Characters to Stay for Dinner at Tusker House Starting March 8, 2015

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Tusker House at Animal Kingdom has featured characters donning safari attire for breakfast and lunch, and starting March 8, 2015, they will be staying for dinner service as well, according to the Disney Parks Blog.

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Donald, Daisy and Goofy will entertain guests will a celebration occuring approximately once and hour.

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Breakfast features both African and American flavors, from bacon and eggs to bobotie. You can see our review of Donald’s Safari Breakfast here. At lunch, you’ll find Spit-roasted Chicken, Carved Beef, and Kenyan BBQ Pork Loin, along with Vegetable Samosas, Curried Rice, Pita and more. “Kid-friendly” options are also available, with items such as Corn Dog Nuggets and Mac & Cheese. Banana-cinnamon Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce (below) is served at all three seatings, and you’ll also find Chocolate Fudge Volcano Cake, Cherry-Apple Cobbler, and a Passion Fruit Tart at the later seatings.

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Breakfast ($29.99 $16.99 ages 3 to 9) is served from 8am until 10:55am; lunch ($34.99 and $17.99) from 11am until 3:30 pm; and dinner ($41.99 and $19.99) starts at 4pm. Reservations can be made by calling 407-WDW-DINE or visiting disneyworld.com/dine.

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4 responses to “Characters to Stay for Dinner at Tusker House Starting March 8, 2015

  1. Honestly, I’m a little disappointed. Table service options in Animal Kingdom are so few, and we typically steer clear of character meals (it’s just my husband and I, no kids). Guess it’ll be Yak and Yeti for table service from here on out. I’m sure there will be a lot of happy parents though!

  2. When Matt and I went for breakfast, I made sure I made my way to the buffet to avoid the interaction with the characters. I don’t care for character meals (or buffets in general), but breakfast was somewhat reasonably priced to be able to experience the restaurant. Perhaps they are hoping to start getting people to stay later in the park, too. Offering a character meal at dinner might keep families there longer.

  3. Sarah we do the same thing, so do our kids (12 & 14) – They have no interest in the characters, but we love eating here.

  4. I was never really a fan of the character meals, even as a kid. 🙂