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Cinderella's Royal Table

American

Disney WorldMagic Kingdom

$$$$Perfect For:KidsUnique Dining ExperienceSpecial Occasions

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It’s worth eating here at least once, particularly if you have small children or are a Disney princess fanatic. They’re open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but the best move is to come for an early morning reservation before the park opens so you’ll already be inside during rope drop. Book the earliest possible time slot, and you’ll be finished with your meal in time to be first in line for Seven Dwarves Mine Train, get a front-row spot for the Magic Kingdom’s opening ceremonies, or simply run around a nearly-empty Fantasyland taking photos.

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