Doug, I saw you mentioned that you didn't think that the signature restaurants were worth the 2 credits. What have your experiences been like? Would your opinion be different if it was free dining? Pay for QS OOP and do signature dining or 2 separate TS?
- Asked by Kathleen from GA on 12/29/2010
Let me clarify.
I love a lot of the restaurants that 'cost' two table service credits on the Dining Plan. California Grill, for example, is my family's single favorite restaurant in the world (as in, 'the whole world', not just Walt... read more
What are the cancelation policies for the table service restaurants? Character meals? Signature restaurants? Can you cancel the day of your reservation? Thanks for all your help.
- Asked by Carmel from MN on 2/5/2008
We have had to provide credit card information when booking the Grand Floridian children programs, Cinderella’s Royal Table and for large group dining. Each restaurant has its own cancelation policy. I have seen the restaurants listed below (there... read more
Does the Cinderella's Royal table have a dress code?
- Asked by Tabitha from NY on 11/9/2009
I personally always wear my tiara, but then again, I always wear a tiara when mingling with royalty - just kidding! As with most restaurants at Disney World, dress is very casual. You will probably find many little girls dressed... read more
We have a 9:15 reservation at the California Grill on March 2. The fireworks are at 8:00. Can we arrive early for our reservation and watch the fireworks from the Observation Deck?
- Asked by Megan from IL on 12/20/2010
One of my favorite things to do at Disney is eat. And I love California Grill not just for the fine dining experience but for the spectacular view. It doesn't get much better than that!
Although the restaurant is on the 15th floor... read more
We will be visiting WDW in June and would like to dine at The California Grill,do you think my 9 yr old son will like it?
- Asked by danielle from SC on 1/26/2008
The California Grill is one of the nicer restaurants at WDW. With it's "business casual" dress code, there is a level of formality here that you won't find in the restaurants in the theme parks. It is also one of my children's favorite restaurants... read more