Love the site! Im stressed over using our table service meals. I cant find any info on the distance to the resorts from the parks. Ex: We will be @ AK and want to eat @ Trails End How long will it take for travel time on a bus? And is this a T/S Resturant?
- Asked by Amy from NY on 2/18/2008
Hakuna Matata! I just had to tell you not to worry. Traveling to Fort Wilderness can be overwhelming as there are so many options via bus and boat. Instead of stressing, just let me lead you the way. The Trails End Restaurant is at Fort... read more
Making ADR tomorrow! Plan on: Chef Mickeys, CRT, Crystal Palace, Donald bfast in AK, CA Grill, Wh Canyon, Artist Pointe.Recs for lunch/early dinner in AK? Also, recs.(other than V&A) for a romantic evening in MK area? Also, how is 1900 Park for brkfst?
- Asked by Dasa from DC on 2/26/2008
Hi Dasa! You have some great spots already picked out! I just made my dining reservations yesterday for an upcoming trip. I am trying Narcoossee's and Citricos, both at Disney's Grand Floridian. I know both of those offer loads of romance.I had... read more
When we went to reserve for Planet Hollywood for March 28 they said that they only were taking walk-ups. Does this mean it is already full or its just a slow time? Thanks a lot.
- Asked by Kristene from NY on 2/13/2008
I believe the Planet Hollywood in Downtown Disney only accepts reservations for parties of 15 or more. You will be seated at the next available table according to your check in time at the podium.While advance reservations are not accepted, some... read more
If we are dining at Cinderella's Royal Table with children 2 and 4 (using the DDP), will our 2 year old use 2 table service credits? Will we use a total of 8 dining credits or only 6 because of his age?
- Asked by andrea from TN on 2/22/2008
Children under 3 are not eligible for the Disney Dining Plan.You will have two options when dining with your 2 year old at Cinderella’s Royal Table.1- You may order and pay cash for a children’s meal. 2- Your child may eat from your plate at no... read more
We are going to visit WDW in Ap., we are not big planners, and therefore do not want to make dinner reserv. until we get there and see what we want. we will not need character dinners, so is it really neces. to make reserv for every table service meal?
- Asked by Stephanie from KY on 2/24/2008
Stephanie,With the every increasing popularity of the Disney Dining Plan, the table service reservations have become more and more necessary. This isn't limited to the character meals. It is not uncommon for all restaurants to have... read more