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Dining at Disney for a birthday lunch or dinner

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We're going to be spending a day at the Magic Kingdom to celebrate my girlfriend's birthday in September. We're staying close to Disney at LBV. I'm looking for advice on somewhere to go either in the Magic Kingdom for a nice, special lunch or, alternatively, somewhere for dinner. We're going to have a car so we can leave and come back to MK if we want to - which we will as we want to see the fireworks that night. So that opens our options up a little further I think.

Wanting a nice sit down meal, great service, openminded on price at this stage. I see we might have missed out on a few options within Disney due to the 90 day reservations.

What would you suggest folks? Look forward to you sharing your thoughts, thanks :)

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