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What are Disney’s three dinner shows?

Disney has three different dinner shows, more extravagant dining experiences that serve family-style meals where you can eat as much as you desire and enjoy a show with live performers as you do.

Mickey’s Backyard Barbeque

  1. Where: Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

  2. What’s on the menu: A host of classic barbeque foods, including hot dogs, hamburgers, ribs, smoked chicken, macaroni and cheese, and corn on the cob.

  3. What the show’s about: Loaded with iconic Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, and Chip ‘n Dale, the hoedown-themed show fits perfectly into the theme of the backyard barbeque. Characters will periodically go into the crowd and interact with guests, bringing what’s reminiscent of the classic character dining experience to a dinner show.

Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show

  1. Where: Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

  2. What’s on the menu: Ribs and roasted chicken make a return, but this Hawaiian-themed show brings in aloha pulled pork, mixed greens, and salad with a ginger-lime dressing.

  3. What the show’s about: A full-blown luau, Disney’s Spirit of Aloha mixes authentic Hawaiian dancing with a fire-knife performer and dancers. It’s the most energetic of the three dinner shows and might be one of your best options for keeping the attention of excited children.

Hoop-De-Do Musical Revue

  1. Where: Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

  2. What’s on the menu: The comfort food meal brings back the ribs again but also features fried chicken, baked beans, salad, and cornbread. The show is known for its strawberry shortcake, too. If you’re 21 or older, you get unlimited wine, sangria, and draft beer.

  3. What the show’s about: Hoop-De-Do is rowdy and Vaudeville-style, so you can expect an interactive show filled with classic songs that you’ll no doubt recognize. The skits are one-of-a-kind and make this a cannot-miss show.

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