While I really enjoyed our dinner at Cali Grill, I would warn you that, IMO, it's really not that kid-friendly, even though they do have a kids' menu. Our dinner there was wonderful, but the pace was very leisurely, and our kids, who are well beyond toddler stage, and know how to behave in a nice restaurant, would have gotten bored, sitting there for more than two hours. Our adults-only dinner ran about three hours. Also, while watching the fireworks is a big attraction, the timing may not work out well, trying to coordinate a toddler's energy level, and "stomach clock." When my kids were much younger, we ended up with a dinner after 7PM, and, even though we gave them a substantial snack, at their normal dinner hour, they did not do well at all, and, subsequently, we did not get to enjoy our dinner either. Carefully consider the timing, and make sure the kids are well-rested and not too hungry, and be prepared to walk them around. The one signature dinner that did work out well for us, with kids, was Jiko, at the Animal Kingdom Lodge. When my younger daughter got antsy, we had sufficient time for my husband to take her outside to the animal observation area while waiting for our food-it's a short walk from the restaurant. The food was great, too. My older daughter ate two kid's steak meals-the meat anyway. It's not near the MK, though. My choice would actually be Artist's Point at the Wilderness Lodge, simply because it is easier to walk the kids around to look at stuff, and they would enjoy the boat ride. The meal was faster too. If the food and fireworks were the only consideration, then Cali, for sure, but having done a lot of Disney restaurants with kids 5 and under, I think it's a bit risky, to try to get them to behave for a long meal.