Disney theme parks and the surrounding resorts and lodges have a variety of entertainment options for dinner. Why make the kids sit through a stuffy dinner when they can experience a fun show instead? Consider the Hoop-dee-doo Musical Revue and Disney's Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show.
"Head over to Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground for a one-of-a-kind, Wild West musical where you will laugh until you cry and enjoy an all-you-care-to-eat style dinner of fried chicken, BBQ ribs, salad, baked beans, cornbread and strawberry shortcake," says Kirsi McCrea, a former Disney cast member and travel coordinator at Epperly Travel.
If you're in more of a Hawaiin spirit, Disney also has that option. "Another one-of-a-kind dinner show that features traditional hula dancing, fire dancing and vocals allows you to escape from the chaos of the Disney Parks crowds into the Polynesian Village Resort for some much-needed relaxation," McCrea says.