Character Meals in Walt Disney World can be a tricky thing to figure out. Luckily, Erin Foster created a great breakdown to help you decide exactly which character meal is going to fit your family’s needs! The focus of this information is the level of noise at each character meal, so if you value relative quiet — or a loud, boisterous meal — this is for you.
Erin Foster originally included this factor for Character Dining consideration because she often saw inquiries about noise level at meals when she was answering questions for what was known as the Disney Moms Panel. The questions were typically from the parents of children with sensory integration or autistic spectrum issues, or parents of teens who wanted a more low-key character experience. She noted: “I haven’t found any official source for noise level at Disney Restaurants, so this is my 100% unscientific, personal assessment of character meal volume.”
Click any of the links below to learn more about each restaurant!
- Garden Grill
- Topolino’s Terrace Breakfast à la Art with Mickey & Friends
- Story Book Dining at Artist Point
- Cape May Cafe Minnie’s Beach Bash Breakfast
- Cinderella’s Royal Table
- Akershus Royal Banquet Hall — Princess Storybook Restaurant
- Tusker House
- Minnie’s Seasonal Dine at Hollywood & Vine
- Trattoria al Forno Bon Voyage Character Breakfast (Currently Unavailable)
- The Crystal Palace
- ‘Ohana Best Friends Breakfast
- 1900 Park Fare (Currently Unavailable)