There are two dinner shows available. Because they don't necessarily take place every night, you should check the show schedules as soon as you make your trip plans. Families with young children should consider whether or not their children would find the entertainment interesting. These popular shows sell out quickly. If you want to see one, you should call WDW-DINE for reservations as soon as possible.

These are some of the most expensive dinners at Walt Disney World even though the price for children is substantially discounted. Keep in mind that these are dinner shows, and the show is the primary reason for going. It would be hard to justify these prices for chicken and ribs.

Polynesian Luau: Polynesian
This tropical luau offers plenty of excitement for fans of island rhythms and dancers. It does not feature any Disney characters, however, which suggests that it's not your best choice for young children. The food is only fair. Reservations are required. $$$$$$$$$$
Hoop Dee Doo Revue: Fort Wilderness
This popular western hoedown at Pioneer Hall is great fun; audience participation is encouraged. There are no Disney characters. While you enjoy an all you can eat dinner, you are entertained by good old fashion country western singers, dancers and comedians. Be prepared for slapstick, corny jokes, and lots of singing and dancing. Your meal, includes fried chicken, pork ribs, corn on the cob, and strawberry shortcake! Unlimited beer, sangria and soft drinks are also included. Reservations are required. $$$$$$$$$$