There’s no better way to get a hard to get dinner reservation than talking to a real human being. Sure technology is great, but sometimes calling 407-939-3462 and talking to a Disney representative can give you better luck. Plus, the representative is usually more willing to find you a reservation spot and do whatever it takes. But of course, I still recommend to always check for dining reservations during every free second you have.
If fresh foods, vegan eats, and veggies are your thing, then the flower & garden festival is just for you. Usually runs from early March to mid May.
Sometimes the options on the kid’s menu aren’t that great, so if your child prefers something on the adult menu but doesn’t need such a large portion, ask you server if you can get a kid’s sized portion of the meal.
By paying for your meals and snacks with a Disney gift card, you’ll be able to budget your money better. Plus, it’s a great way not worry about taking out your wallet every time to pay since some of these gift cards can go around your wrist. This is perfect for Epcot during the Food and Wine Festival.
By visiting the store portion of Ghirardelli at Disney Springs, you’ll get a free sample of one of their square chocolates, usually filled with caramel.
It’s time to experience the world with your tastebuds. Disney World is a place where you can be adventurous, and that applies to food too. I recommend you try new foods that you never would ever think about trying. The World Showcase at Epcot is the perfect testing ground. Who knows, you might surprise yourself.
You don’t need to go to a restaurant with characters in order to have a great time because there are plenty of other options that are just as fun. For example, you can sit in a retro car and watch classic sci-fi flicks at Sci-Fi Dine-In, or you listen to and participate in traditional German folk songs at Biergarten, just to name a few. The options are endless.
Yes the parks are magical, the parades spectacular, and the entertainment is world class, but dining can be just as magical. When I think about my favorite moments at Walt Disney World, dining a certain restaurants and those experiences associated with them are easily in my top 5.
Looking to save some money on food. Go to the Shades of Green for their breakfast or dinner buffet. It’s cheap and pretty tasty. Plus they even have a fresh seafood buffet!
Located right next to the Boardwalk Inn and Yacht Club, the Swan and Dolphin have some really swanky and tasty restaurant options. Check em out, you might be surprised what you find.