We have dinner resrv at Narcousses and saw no tank tops are allowed. Since it will be June and HOT, me and my daughters were planning on wearing tank top "dresses" or a skirt and dressy tank top. Would that be ok since we will be dressed up.
- Asked by jaime from OK on 4/20/2008
Hi there Jaime! Narcoosee's is one of Walt Disney World's signature restaurants, which means it's a step up in ambience and formality. Of course "formal" takes on a whole new meaning at Walt Disney World, where most folks are relaxing and on... read more
Hi! I made dining reservations for my trip in May but I can't remember when?! Who can I contact to find out what reservations I have and when they are? Thanks!
- Asked by Kristianne from AZ on 4/16/2008
Don't worry, I'm sure your reservation information is floating around somewhere in Mickey's great big computer. Try giving Disney Dining a call at 407-WDW-DINE. They will be able to do a search on your name or phone number and pull up your... read more
I've heard two differnet things when it comes to dining at Albert's and Victoria's, one is that you can not use the disney dining plan there and the other is that you can it would cost you 3 signature dining credits/points and then you just pay gratuidity?
- Asked by bonnie from WI on 4/15/2008
Victoria & Albert's is a fine dining experience that is not a part of the Disney Dining Plan. It is a fixed price per person menu, plus gratuities, and this must be paid out of pocket - they do not accept dining plan credits.Here is a... read more
Hi Guys! re: "signature" restaurants and the dress codes (like Yachtsmans' Steak House) I have seen nothing about shoes? Can you wear (nice)flip flops? Sandals? Or do they require more "business casual" appropriate footwear?
- Asked by Laurel from NY on 4/13/2008
I have never see a specific shoe requirement for the signature dining restaurants. Other than at Victoria and Alberts, where the dress code is quite strict, you will see a fairly broad interpretation of what "business casual" means to different... read more
Hello Moms and Dad, My husband & I and our 3 young adult daughters are having dinner at Cinderella's royal table - I am confused on the pictures they take beforehand - are they included in the price of the meal-it sounds that way?
- Asked by Normilda from MI on 4/4/2008
Hi Normilda,Yes, the picture package is included in your dining experience and in my opinion is a great added feature (something nice to take home as a souvenir of your wonderful dinner in the Castle). I have eaten here on many an occasion... read more