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    Excuse me if this is a dumb question but I am going to DLR in a few weeks and was curious about character Dining.Do you have to stay at the Disneyland hotel to eat at Goofys kitchen? How do you make reservations? Is it worth it? Any info would be great thanks micechatters

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    Re: Character Dining

    Anyone can go, the kids love it.

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    Thanks can you make reservations? If so how?

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    Re: Character Dining

    You do priority seating which is the first avaiable table for your party size. The number is 714-781-DINE
    No you do not have to stay at the hotels to eat there.
    Character dining is fun because you do not need to wait in line to have face time with a character.




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    We just did the character breakfast at the Plaza Inn, and it was terrific. We got lots of attention from the characters. Chip and Dale were even fighting over my daughter's autograph book. We made reservations about 3 weeks before we went.

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    Thanks Micechatters you guys always come through with the info

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    Re: Character Dining

    Quote Originally Posted by bonofiededge
    Excuse me if this is a dumb question but I am going to DLR in a few weeks and was curious about character Dining.Do you have to stay at the Disneyland hotel to eat at Goofys kitchen? How do you make reservations? Is it worth it? Any info would be great thanks micechatters
    Not a dumb question, in fact a question I asked here several months ago! Everyone advised me to do Goofy's Kitchen. I went for my 37th birthday and I had a GREAT time. The food is good, the Character encounters were fun, the little entertainment they have it cute and fun. All and all worth every dime! You can make reservations by calling the D-land hotel. If you look on the website you'll see the number to call. It's a good idea to make reservations for any size party because if you don't you can end up waiting a very long time to eat.

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