Best Kids’ Restaurants in Orlando
Hangry. I get it. You get it. Your kids definitely get it.
Hangry is a portmanteau of hungry + angry — and we’ve all been there. You’re on vacation with the little ones and it’s been a long, exciting and hot Florida day at Orlando’s awesome theme parks. Everyone is exhausted and a little bit hangry — so hungry that they might just be a tad mad. Well, maybe a little grumpy anyway. You want something quick, but not fast. You want to sit down with your family, relax and recount the days’ adventures at a fun place that your kids will remember forever.
There are so many choices, where do you begin?
Cirque Magique is a highly interactive show featuring circus performers from around the world including a comedy magician, clowns, acrobats, jugglers and performing pups. During the show, dinner and dessert is served. The show is designed for families with children, and some lucky tot will have the opportunity to perform in a skit on stage. It could be yours!
Chivalry, rivalry, revelry! Say that three times fast. Step back in time to medieval Spain and behold horsemanship, swordplay, falconry, knights, jousting, and of course, dinner. You can even upgrade your experience with packages including everything from a VIP Lanyard to Priority Castle Access. Give your little prince and princess the gift of myth and legend at this very popular attraction.
If your little buccaneers are more into pirates than clowns or knights, well then, arrrgh Matey, are you in luck!
This show is set aboard an authentically replicated 18th-century Spanish galleon anchored in an enormous indoor lagoon and the audience is seated on one of six surrounding ships. Voyagers have their own fearless pirate mascot whom they cheer on as adventure (and dinner) unfolds! Blimey, it’s a swashbucklin’ good time.
There are several Gator’s Dockside restaurants in the Orlando area and the location closest to Reunion Vacation Homes is in lovely Clermont (Lake County – Four Corners). Tuesday nights are kids’ nights. Head out for an evening of casual dining in a fun atmosphere. And yes, gator tail is on the menu.
Travel back 200 million years for a Jurassic adventure and megalosaurus-sized eats. Your family will enjoy the sights and sounds of a prehistoric world when you explore this dinosaur-themed café teeming with hands-on discovery zones and dino-mite dishes that will please your herbivores, omnivores and carnivores alike.
What? Yep! Sure, you can go to McDonald’s anywhere in the U.S. – in 118 other countries around the globe too, in fact – so why go to this one? Because it’s Epic MCD, The World’s Largest Entertainment McDonald’s & PlayPlace.
Your little hamburglers will be the envy of all their friends back home when they boast about their big adventure here! It includes a Kid’s Club Tree House PlayPlace® with a special toddler area, over 100 card-swipe arcade games and events such as gator shows, concerts and much more.
Plus get all your McDonald’s favorites and their chef-prepared Bistro Gourmet menu items such as paninis, pastas, pizza and hand-dipped ice cream. A great place for birthday parties as well and it’s open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
…these are just a few of the numerous funderful (fun + wonderful, if we’re still doing portmanteaus) places to cure your kids of their hanger and make your family’s Orlando vacation one to remember.
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