In my quest to visit Disney World in every month of the year (and the guilt of not taking my son with us next month) we have decided on a family trip in March! We are taking the week that my son is on spring break and heading down for a 8 night stay at Pop Century. We have a fantastic deal on room and dining along with our Annual Passes and free flights gained during Hall of Fame means this trip will be super cheap for us.
The next major step is to plan out the Dining Reservations that you want and often need up to plan them 180 days ahead to ensure that you get them. Knowing what parks you are visiting helps you decide when to get the reservations, but you may have to change your plans a bit if you can't get the time or date you really want. Since we have the Dining Plan for this trip, we have 8 sit down credits to use(one for each night in the hotel) and I'll go over each meal and why we chose it.
We plan to be done in the park by 3pm or so and will then head to Downtown Disney where we will have dinner at the amazing Raglan Road. Irish cuisine and a proper Guinness are just what the doctor ordered. My entire family has a blast watching the Irish dancers in the center of the restaurant. Above is a video of my son trying to dance like the Irish Dancers after we left the restaurant.
Cinderella's Royal Table with a lower cost and same group of princesses. This meal is served table style, but there is also a buffet that has an assortment of fruits and breads.
Via Napoli review here.
I know this has been a lot of info, but I wanted to make sure I explained what we wanted out of the trip and then how to go about planning it all effectively. Be sure and let me know if you have any questions or need anything described in further detail.