Best Birthday Restaurants for Seniors

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Best Birthday Restaurants for Seniors

Where would you all suggest taking Grandma (who likes a very bland diet) to celebrate her birthday at Walt Disney World?

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I'm trying to remember when I was a kid in my 50s if I was making plans for my parents!
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My mum likes buffets where she can help hersel to what she likes - quite choosy!!
She loves the food at Chef Mickeys but isn't too bothered if characters come or not
What about afternoon tea at the Floridian
I suppose it depends on how many are in the group too
If there are younger children then she might like to see them with Mickey n friends
Whatever you decide I'm sure she will appreciate it xx

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I think maybe the 50's Primetime cafe. The entrees are classics and the atmosphere might be nostalgic for her!

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I would say 50's Prime...it's good food that everyone used to eat back in the day! haha

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I haven't been to 50's prime, but I think she would enjoy Cosmic Ray's too! What a fun birthday!

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Great ideas guys! Thanks!
I remember the food at Chef Mickey's being fairly straight forward, and I hadn't thought about the nostalgia factor of Prime Time.

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I am an early Boomer, I like Prime Time, but I think it's more for those who were kids in the 50s. I always enjoy Trails End, food is usually good and you can find something for everyone!

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