Five Dining Tips for Walt Disney World
There are various restaurants in the Walt Disney World that dining is nearly an attraction in itself. There are so many to choose from which look a little bit overwhelming. Meanwhile, here are some tips from Jeff Wilhem over at New Braunfels Roofing, in Texas. They should assist you to get started when planning your dining.
First and foremost, if you have any certain table service restaurants in mind, try to make advance dining bookings. Some restaurants most especially those character dining and the too famous Be Our Guest restaurant hardly has any walk-up available. If you prefer to use them, you need reservations that open 6 months in advance.
Another thing is that you need to put into consideration the Disney Dining Plan. This is a pre-paid plan that allows your family a particular number of credits for the meals on table service, quick service and snacks based on the type of plan you purchase. Whether the Disney Dining Plan is suitable for you or not, based on the eating habits of your family and the kind of dining experiences you prefer during your holiday, if you choose to visit a table service restaurant on daily basis and enjoy taking dessert, then you must consider Disney Dining Plan.
Thirdly, as you are thinking of the type of restaurant you will like to visit, consider Walt Disney World’s resort hotels. Majority of our favorite dining experiences are truly at the resorts and not the parks. There are numerous character meals available at these resorts and some of them could have last minute reservations when compared to those character meals at the parks.
It is not all dining is table service meals but there are many good quick service options all through the parks. More so that there are no reservations here, if you truly want to avoid long queues at lunch, then try to eat at off times. You will find little or no crowd at the quick service counters most especially if you visit the place around 11 in the morning or 1 o’clock in the afternoon instead of going to the place at the lunch time.
Do not be afraid to get creative with snacks more so that there are classic snacks such as ice cream bars and popcorn. However, Walt Disney World is full of some great outside-the-box for guests. The fresh fruits and the Nutella waffle sandwich at Sleepy Hollow are full of fun. Taste their carrot Cake Cookie at eh Writer’s Stop.