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Posted: Nov. 04, 2003 7:49 am/pm Quote

:) Hi!
Does anyone know if there are any character meals at MGM? If not, what do you recommend for my theree year old twin boys and 5 year old girl? Are the movies at the sci-fi dine in too scary? Any help would be appreciated....
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Posted: Nov. 04, 2003 8:03 am/pm Quote

The only MGM character meal was discontinued last April.  For the age group you have, I would still recommend going to the Hollywood & Vine for dinner.  It's a buffet with great desserts.  Here's a review you can check out: Hollywood & Vine Dinner Review

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Posted: Nov. 04, 2003 10:58 am/pm Quote

For character meals for your age group kids I'd recommend "The Crystal Palace" and "Chef Mickeys".  We just got back from a trip to WDW 2 weeks ago.  I've got 2 girls ages 4 & 6 and they loved both of these character meals.  They also loved the 2 Princess breakfasts "Cinderella's Royal Table breakfast" and the "Princess breakfast in Norway", however I'm not sure how your twin boys would react to it.

As far as the Sci Fi diner goes, my wife and I loved it my kids were a little more lukewarm about it.  The movies weren't scary but my 6 year old thought they were strange.  My 4 year old was more receptive to the movies.  

If you're interested, I've got full reviews of all the restaurants we went to in my trip reports that I've posted over in the Polynesian section of the board.  Feel free to go check them out.  If I can answer any questions let me know.

Have a great trip !

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