We have been coming to this character breakfast every year for the past six years. Time was every seat was filled, the characters came around within a few minutes of your being seated, and children were invited to join in a sing-along and a dancing parade around the restaurant. They’ve gotten rid of the singing and parade because “it took up too much time,” so the only thing there is is waiting and waiting (something little kids don’t do well) for one of four characters to come to their table. If you happen to be seated at the wrong time, you can wait an hour and a half — at least 45 minutes after you’re done eating — to see all the characters. It is SUCH a disappointment. The food is great — a big country-style breakfast buffet — but for the price, I believe the kids should be entertained and participate in fun rather than sit for an hour and a half waiting for one minute of character attention. I also think they should have organized seatings like Cinderella’s Royal Table so the whole experience takes less than an hour. Small wonder on one of the busiest weeks of the year, the place wasn’t near full. Won’t be going back.
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