I wanted to eat at Hollywood and Vine for breakfast. There hours start at 8am, but the Hollywood Studios park doesn't open until 9am. Does that mean we can't eat there until 9am?
- Asked by Dana from PA on 3/9/2014
Hello Dana Early advance dining reservations are a great way to enter the Walt Disney World theme parks prior to the regularly scheduled opening time for that day. If you have an 8:00a.m. advance dining reservation at Disney's Hollywood Studios... read more
If I cannot get an ADR, can I still go to a restaurant and wait for a table - specifically, for T-Rex. It's not clear to me if this is an option. Thanks!
- Asked by Mindy from IL on 3/8/2014
Hello Mindy, T-Rex is located in Downtown Disney Marketplace and is a popular favorite for families with its over the top prehistoric dining experience. You can, absolutely, walk up and have your name put on a waiting list, it is not mandatory to... read more
Planning my honeymoon in Dec. I know I can book dining 1st wk in June but wondering if dates for MVMCP&Candlelight Processional will be announced by then? We'll be planning our dinning around those events & don't want to miss out on popular places
- Asked by Elizabeth from NY on 3/8/2014
Hey Elizabeth! Welcome to the Disney Parks Mom Panel! Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is my favorite special event at Walt Disney World. There's nothing like walking down Main Street, U.S.A. of... read more
Hi! Can I arrive early to a dining reservation? I booked a dining reservation at 7:05pm but can I arrive like a half hour early and be able to be seated?
- Asked by Maria from Puerto Rico on 3/8/2014
Hi Maria, While this can't be guaranteed, it never hurts to try. It is always better to be a little early than late. You may still have to wait just a bit, but even by waiting a little bit, there is still a chance that you are seated prior to the... read more
Hello Wilma! I am a friend of Julia. We will visiting WDW March 27-30. We would like to make dinner RSVPs for a nice dinner one of these nights. We will have 3 kids ages 13- 17,(all picky eaters) and 3 adults. Any suggestions?
- Asked by karen from NC on 3/6/2014
Hi Karen, Nice to meet you! I'm always happy to talk about great places to eat at Walt Disney World. When you have picky eaters, I think the buffets are a good choice. They all have basics such as macaroni and cheese, chicken nuggets, pizza... read more