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Disney’s Advance Dining Reservations

Disney’s Advance Dining Reservations. It sounds simple doesn’t it? To book a restaurant reservation easily, plan ahead and avoid peak hours. Check with the restaurant if you have a large group or want to book a special meal. We’ll look at each of these cases, and give a few tips for making your Advance Dining Reservations go smoothly.

Advance Dining Reservations   Getting Started   Making Reservations Online Last Minute Reservations   Hard to Get ADRs   Large Groups Credit Card Payments/Guarantees   Dietary Needs   Other Helpful Info

What Are Disney’s Advance Dining Reservations (ADRs)?

Disney’s Advance Dining Reservations are not reservations in the “true” sense of the word with definite seating times. They do guarantee, however, that you “will be seated” at the first available table after checking in at the podium for your reservation time. Actually, Disney recommends arriving 15 minutes prior to your ADR time. Waits generally range from a few minutes to a half hour. Think of Disney’s Advance Dining Reservations as Disney’s way of controlling the seating flow in their restaurants. Guests with Advanced Dining Reservations get priority.

Disney highly recommends that you making Advance Dining Reservations for all of your table service, character meals, and buffet restaurants  especially if you have purchased the Disney Dining Plan. Dining ADRs can be made from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m seven days a week (7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m on holidays) by calling 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) or (407) 939-1947. Reservations can be made online anytime using the MyDisneyExperience (MDE) website or app. Online dining reservations open up at 6:00 a.m. EST 60 days in advance.

Guests staying on or off Disney property can make Advance Dining Reservations. Those staying at a Disney owned-resort can book their reservations 60 days in advance. Plus up to 10 days of their vacation stay, which gives them an advantage over other potential diners to book all of their dining reservations at once. Non-Disney hotel guests can book dining 60 days prior, one day at a time for each day of their vacation.

When calculating Advance Dining Reservations dates, WDW guests should use their check-in dates (up to 70 days out) rather than their preferred dining date (check out our ADR calculator for help with this). Guests booking their resort online should connect with MDE in advance. For phone reservations, have hotel reservation numbers ready to book Advance Dining Reservations at once. Note: The Swan and Dolphin, Shades of Green and Disney Springs Hotels are not Disney-owned and would not qualify for the “60 day plus 10” perk.

Signature Dining

Getting Started

Many people find it impossible to plan their daily meals without first consulting the WDW park calendars to determine which parks will have Early Theme Park Entry. It’s useful to have an idea which park you will want to attend on certain days before making ADRs. Information on park hours is available roughly 6 months in advance, but is often subject to change. Park Hours change sometimes.

Plan ahead and know your Advance Dining Reservations booking windows. You can review Walt Disney World menus and dining suggestions on our web site and calculate first possible booking dates using our handy ADR calculator. Make a list of all of the reservations that you would like to book and have a few alternatives handy. You may want to review our list of restaurants that require a credit card to guarantee a restaurant reservation as opposed to those requiring payment in full at the time of reservation. You’ll also want to have your credit card info handy when calling Disney Dining or reserving online. If you have purchased one of Disney’s Dining Plans that covers the meal, your credit card won’t be charged for payment-in-full reservations, but you will still need to provide it as cancellation polices and charges will still apply.

If you’ll be using Disney’s online reservation system, be sure that you first have an account set up with Disney’s website. You must register and sign in to your account to arrange dining experiences on line. Sign into the My Disney Experience mobile app with your account info to make reservations. If your Walt Disney World reservation is not showing in your account, you may use the “Link an existing reservation” feature on the My Disney Experience main page to manually add your reservation information. You’ll need your Disney confirmation number, last name, arrival date, and resort name. No reservation number? No problem. Book restaurants and check reservations online at Walt Disney World.

Using Disney’s On-Line Dining Reservation System

If you use a Disney-specialized travel agency like The Magic For Less Travel, your agent will be able to access the online system and make all of your dining reservations for you, if you wish. Be aware, however, only the LEAD guest cancels the reservation. Those booked through a travel agency may also use the online system to make and manage their own dining reservations.

For the online Dining System, the new day starts at 6:00 a.m. (and sometimes a bit earlier), a one hour jump on those using the phone system. Book Disney Dining reservations online before phone lines open.

Important Notice: Disney’s online dining reservation occasionally has glitches. For guests staying at Walt Disney World Resorts, the 60+10 days may not work. If online booking fails at Disney resorts, call 407-WDW-DINE for reservations. Certain restaurants require full payment. This will clearly show with a dollar amount instead of credit card guarantee. If you are on the Dining Plan, reservations should show as a credit card guarantee in most circumstances for reservations that require prepayment.

This has been happening mainly with Cinderella’s Royal Table bookings on the Dining Plan. To avoid a long refund process or losing the reservation, remove it from your cart if this happens to you. Once you have removed the item from your cart, you can checkout with any other reservations in your cart. Then call the Disney dining line at 407-WDW-DINE to get that particular reservation.

To use Disney’s online Dining Reservation System:

  • Sign into your Disney.com account, and then select your table service restaurant. Alternatively, you can use the “Make Dining Reservations” link on the My Disney Experience main page. Link any Advanced Dining Reservations made via the phone onto My Disney Experience.  You will need your dining reservation confirmation number and the phone number used on the reservation to do so. If you are still unable to see your missing dining reservations, call (407) 939-3463 for assistance.
  • Click on or type in the name of a restaurant you would like to book in the search box. To check availability, you will also need to select a date, time, and party size. Looking to book a large party size?  Check out this booking guide.
  • Disney’s dining reservations allow choosing a date, time, or meal period. You can also search by location and cuisine type. You can search by date and times (leave location & cuisine as no preference and restaurant name blank), and the system will show restaurants and times that are available. If unavailable, system suggests alternate times within 3-4 hours or another restaurant for that day.
  • Disney has made a change and now Guests are able to see dining availability for MULTIPLE days at a time. With a single search, Guests can view available dining reservations for any given restaurant for up to 10 days at a time.
  • Once you have located your desired restaurant reservation, you can choose the people you are dining with from your “Managed” or “Connected” friends list. You may also add the names of those you are dining with to your reservation manually.
  • Some reservations, such as Fairytale Dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table, will require that you use a credit card to pay in full to book. For more information, see our ADRs That Require a Credit Card section. If you have purchased the Disney Dining Plan as part of your reservation, the system will already have that information. Be sure to choose Level 2 or 3 seating for the Hoop Dee Doo Revue dinner show, if you are on the Dining Plan. Level 1 seating is also available for the late show at Hoop De Doo for those on the Dining Plan. IF you have booked a dining package (Standard or Deluxe) you can choose between Disney Dining Plan Guarantee (for credit card guarantee) OR Credit Card Advance Payment. Make sure to read and understand any cancellation policies connected with your reservation.
  • Once you have made your dining reservation, you will see the details for reservation on the following screen. Only the LEAD guest on a dining reservation will have access to cancel it, so make sure and pay attention which name you put it under. Choose primary contact, put in your email address and your cell phone number. You can also indicate any special dietary needs you may have or whether someone in your party has accessibility needs such as a wheelchair. You must read the polices for the reservation. Reservation polices include important information such as restaurant dress codes, cancellation policies, and other information. Agree to the reservation policies before confirming with the “Confirm Reservation” button. Guests will receive an email confirmation. You will also be able to see all of your reservations on the My Disney Experience main page under the “My Reservations” link. If your reservations do not show, you may have used an email address or phone number that differs from the one associated with your log-in account. These reservations may not display when you visit the “My Reservations” page. However, you can manually retrieve them using the “Link an existing reservation” feature and entering your confirmation number and phone number for each dining reservation.
  • Your Disney.com profile stores Dining Reservations. Under the “My Reservations”  Unless otherwise noted, dining reservations may be canceled without penalty. You may have to call Disney Dining to make modifications or cancel reservations paid in full. Refunds of charges take about 30 days. To view or cancel reservations, log in and then click “Dining Reservations” under the “My Disney Vacation” which displays at the top of the page.
  • The online dining reservation system will not allow guests to book more than one reservation for the same timeframe (within 2 hours of another reservation). If a guest attempts to book a reservation that conflicts with one they already have, the guest will receive a pop-up message alerting them to this rule. In order to confirm the new reservation, the guest must cancel the previous booking. To make multiple bookings for different members of your party, call Disney Dining or book online with a different name and email not associated with the resort reservation number. However, this may not be ideal if you’re on the dining plan.
  • For a few special dining experiences, you will still need to call Disney’s Dining phone line to reserve.
  • Guests receive an email reminder 24 hours prior to a dining reservation. The reminder will include the confirmation number, location, date/time and party size. The email will also include a link to modify or cancel the reservation.

To use Disney’s Mobile Dining Reservation System:

  • If you’re at the parks and have downloaded the ‘My Disney Experience’ or ‘Walt Disney World’ app, you can view and book available dining options on the go. Learn more about ‘My Disney Experience.
  • Make dining reservations at least 20 minutes in advance on the My Disney Experience website or via the My Disney Experience mobile app.
  • Change or cancel reservations in the app.

TheMouseForLess Tips:

  •  To avoid cancellation fees, cancel unused Advanced Dining Reservations in advance. Disney has set up a special number at 407-WDW-CNCL. You can also cancel your reservations online, or at any guest relations location, restaurant podium, or resort front desk.
  •  Lost your list of dining reservations or left it back in your resort room? No problem! Visit Guest Relations or the Front Desk at your Resort for dining assistance. Get your itinerary printed or access it online via ‘My Disney Experience’ app or website.
  •  At the parks, RFID enable devices, either a MagicBand bracelet or Card will allow guests to tap the device against the sensor at the register to pay the bill either with cash or with any Dining Plan entitlements that may have been purchased. Visit our Guide to Disney’s MyMagic+ page to learn about this technology.

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Last Minute Reservations

Things have changed at Walt Disney World! Previously, walk-ins were common at most table service restaurants. With the introduction of the Disney Dining Plan and frequent Free Dining Promotions that has all changed.

Book early to get the restaurant you desire. This is particularly important during peak vacation times, holidays, during Free Dining season, and lately, just about anytime. For more information on crowds at Disney and dates and events that impact them, see our Choosing Vacation Dates page. The more flexible one is with dining plans the better chance of getting a reservation last minute. Consider having lunch instead of dinner at a particular restaurant. Pick a different dining date or restaurant if nothing is available when reserving.

If for some reason, however, nothing seems available during your vacation stay for a restaurant you’ve just been dying to try, here are some tips you can try for getting Advance Dining Reservations at that coveted dining spot:

  • If the reservation is at a non-Disney owned restaurant, such as any of the Disney Springs or Swan and Dolphin hotel restaurants, try calling the restaurant directly to make reservations. Most of these do not have all of their available space in Disney’s Dining Reservation system. You can usually Google for the phone number or make reservations through their online web sites. Sometimes Open Table has availability for certain restaurants at Walt Disney World.
  • By phone, choose off times such as a quarter past the hour rather than on the hour or half hour. You might also try picking the earliest or latest dining times for a particular meal. Popular dining times are 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm for lunch and 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm for dinner.
  • If you are staying at a Walt Disney World resort, you might also try choosing days closer toward the end of your vacation. This helps overcome the overlap caused by guests vacationing at slightly earlier travel dates and using the “60 days plus 10” rule.
  • Split larger groups into several tables or even separate dining reservations booked close to the same dining times. Be sure to let them know at the restaurant podium that you are dining together. Disney tries very hard to accommodate guests.
  • Disney’s Dining system has a rather quirky anomaly. For instance, if you are looking for a reservations for two and have had no luck, try making the reservation for three guests instead. You won’t be denied seating if the number of people differs when you arrive. Keep in mind that this is something you definitely don’t want to do for restaurants that require a credit card guarantee or pre-payment.
  • Keep trying. Guests make their final payment for their Walt Disney World package 30 days in advance. Many people will cancel vacation reservations before making final payment or prior to cancellation penalty dates. With the credit card guarantee on all reservations, most people also cancel unwanted reservations by about 24-hours in advance. It never hurts to keep trying.
  • Once arriving at Walt Disney World, try calling for Advance Dining Reservations again. At Disney resorts, guests can press DINING or *55 on in-room telephones for assistance or ask the resort’s Lobby Concierge to check whether any last minute openings have become available. Check the My Disney Experience app for walk up information. Don’t rely on walk-up seating as an alternative to Disney’s Advance Dining Reservation System. Wait-times for walk-ups, if accepted, can range from a few minutes to an hour or more. During extremely busy times, restaurants may not accept walk-ups.
  • Use your smartphone to locate availability. Guests at Disney World can find nearby table-service restaurants using their device’s location services. Simply search disneyworld.com/dining from your supported browser. Choose to view “map view” of dining results or click on the “Near Me” link OR use the free ‘My Disney Experience’ app.

TheMouseForLess Tips:

If you’ve made last minute vacation plans and just aren’t having much luck getting Advance Dining Reservations, there are several Walt Disney World restaurants that may have space for walk ups. Rainforest Cafe in Animal Kingdom and Disney Springs locations, Yak ‘n Yeti in Animal Kingdom and Planet Hollywood in Disney Springs are restaurants that usually have some tables for walk ups. Here are a few other suggestions by location as best bets for walk ups:


Recent changes, including steps taken by Disney to reduce the number of double restaurant bookings and the introduction of a $10 credit card hold for Advance Dining Reservations at all table service restaurants and character meals, have increased the walk-up availability at many less popular restaurants.

Hard to Get Reservations

There are a few Disney restaurant reservations that can be extremely hard to get. The Chef’s table at Victoria and Albert’s usually sells out the first day it becomes available for booking and is not available on Wednesdays or Saturdays. When reserving The Chef’s Table, be sure to have the names of all party members on hand when making reservations as V&A uses them to personalized menus. You may book this reservation 60 days out by calling V&A directly at 407-939-7707, 407-WDW-DINE (939-3463) or by reserving online. By phone, a prompt will direct you to the Victoria and Albert’s line. To guarantee a reservation, guests need a credit card on file.

Other popular meals at Walt Disney World include dinner at the Be Our Guest restaurant located in Beast’s Castle at Magic Kingdom; most character meals, especially Cinderella’s Royal Table (and especially for breakfast) and Chef Mickey’s Buffet; Fantasmic! Dinner Packages; California Grill during Magic Kingdom firework hours and La Hacienda de San Angel and Rose and Crown during Epcot’s nighttime spectacular hours will also fill up quickly. While it is not a table service restaurant, Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, also takes reservations for entry.

Meals that absolutely require a reservation are Victoria and Albert’s and Disney’s dinner show: Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue.

TheMouseForLess Tips:

  •  When reserving meals specifically for firework viewing at California Grill, La Hacienda de San Angel and and Rose and Crown, plan on on scheduling meals approximately 90 minutes to 2 hours before scheduled fireworks. Arrive at the podium early to let them know you are hoping for a window seat or patio seat.
  •  Ask the Disney Dining reservationist to note special occasions, when making reservations and mention it again at the restaurant. Again, this guarantees nothing, but sometimes Disney does make a little magic happen. For example, Shiki-Sai: Sushi Izakaya in Japan can be great viewing alternative for EPCOT’s fireworks if you can get a window seat. The same goes for ‘Ohana at the Polynesian Resort and Narcoossee’s at the Grand Floridian for view of fireworks in the Magic Kingdom.
  • If you simply can’t get the reservations you want and are dying to dine while watching fireworks over dessert, try making even reservations at the Plaza Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom. The restaurant offers a limited view of the evening fireworks. (Keep in mind, that this may be an obstructed view. People may stand directly in front of the windows, blocking your view.) For EPCOT’s fireworks, show up a little early at Cantina de San Angel in Mexico. No reservations needed for Quick Service restaurant. Patio seats offer good view of nighttime show, but get crowded.
  •  If you can’t get reservations for California Grill during the firework viewing, don’t worry. As long as you have dined that evening, you will be allowed to return and watch the Fireworks from the restaurant’s private viewing balcony on the fifteenth-floor of the Contemporary Resort. Simply remember to bring your receipt! Don’t miss this firework show! Also, you could consider booking the Celebration at the Top Dining Experience. This will guarantee you a view of the fireworks, as well as small plates, desserts, and beverages.

In addition to the special cases listed above, there are a few other restaurants that always book up quickly. The short list is below.

Those using the online reservation system will have a one hour advantage over those calling when making hard-to-get reservations. Online reservations rollover to the current day beginning at 6:00 a.m. EST each day. It does appear that this may be the best way to get hard-to-come-by reservations. To save time and frustration, link your resort reservation in your My Disney Experience account.

Advance Dining Reservations For Larger Groups

Disney Food

Dining with a large group at Walt Disney World can be challenging if it’s important that everyone sit together. A few restaurants, such as ‘Ohana at the Polynesian Resort and Boma at the Animal Kingdom Lodge, can easily accommodate large groups. Disney’s dinner show, Hoop De Doo Musical Revue is also great dining choices for a group.

Groups of 8 people or more who want to ensure that they sit together can make ADRs by calling 407-WDW-Dine and requesting transfer to “Group Dining”. A group coordinator will help to make reservations so that your entire group can sit together. Special rules apply to Advance Group Dining Reservations and include guaranteeing reservations with a credit card. A 24-hour advance cancellation policy will also apply that charges your card a penalty of $10 per person for no-shows. All group dining reservations will have an automatic 18% gratuity applied to the restaurant bill.

Six people or more are charged an automatic 18% gratuity. This amount is added to your bill as a gratuity charge for the entire cost of the meal. This amount could be an unexpected expense on the Dining Plan and may require payment at check-out. Automatic gratuity for larger groups applies to the Free Dining promotion as well.

Advance Dining Reservations That Require Payment in Full or Guarantee

Walt Disney World restaurants, shows or dining packages that accept ADRs all require a credit card to either guarantee the reservation or full credit card payment at the time of reserving. These reservations will also have specific cancellation policies. They will need to be adhered to prevent your card from being charged or to be credited a full refund. Generally, credit card guarantee policies specify canceling reservations at least 24 hours in advance or risk being charged a $10 per person penalty. Restaurants requiring a credit card guarantee will not charge the card except for no-shows or when cancellation penalty applies. At these restaurants, you may pay for your meal after dining by cash, room charge, credit card or Dining Plan credits. Certain restaurants requiring pre-payment in full will refund payment only if reservations are canceled a full day in advance.

Restaurants Requiring a Credit Card Guarantee with Varying Terms

  • Victoria & Albert’s (including Chef’s Table) – Grand Floridian Resort and Spa – $25 per person penalty; cancel 48 hours in advance for Chef’s Table
  • Citrico’s Chef’s Domain (6-course meal in a private dining room ) – Grand Floridian Resort and Spa (407-939-7707 for reservations) – $100 penalty; cancel 48 hours in advance
  • Fantasmic! Dinner Package – Select Disney’s Hollywood Studios Restaurants – cancel 48 hours in advance
  • Candlelight Processional Dining Package – Select Epcot Restaurants during Holiday Season – cancel 48 hours in advance

Restaurants requiring a pre-payment will refund the payment in full as long as reservations are canceled a full day in advance. Otherwise, full payment is forfeited.

Those on Disney’s Dining Plan should mention at the time of reserving reservations for these restaurants intentions to use table credits to pay for the meal when calling by phone. No charge for reserving with your credit card, but cancellation policies may apply.

In order to make canceling your unnecessary reservations easier, Disney has set up a special number at 407-WDW-CNCL for easy cancellation. You can also cancel your reservations online, or at any guest relations location, restaurant podium, or resort front desk. To avoid any applicable penalty, the cancellation must be made two hours in advance of the reservation.

Special Dietary Needs

Most Walt Disney World Resort table service restaurants can accommodate food allergies and food intolerances, such as gluten or wheat, shellfish, soy, lactose or milk, peanuts, tree nuts, fish or eggs, with advance notice. When making Advance Dining Reservations online or by calling Disney’s Dining line, indicate any allergies you may have at the time of making the reservation. Call a representative at 407-824-5967 once you have booked your dining reservations, at least 14 days in advance. Additionally, chefs at Disney table service restaurants are always happy to take time to talk to guests about their dietary needs or answer questions about menu selections.

At Quick Service restaurants, ask for Oodies brand hamburger or hotdog buns – they are dairy-free and gluten-free and many counter service restaurants carry them. All Quick Service counters have ingredient lists available for items made on site. Quick Service counters should also be able to suggest safe substitutes when available. Tofutti brand soy products are available everywhere Disney sells hand-dipped ice cream. Soy milk is available in the grab ‘n go sections of most Walt Disney World resorts. Walt Disney World Resort does not have separate kitchens to prepare allergen free items or separate dining areas for Guests with allergies to dine. Some restaurants may have dedicated fryers for those with gluten allergies, however. You’ll need to inquire when ordering.

Each park has a designated quick service location for severe food allergies.

  • Magic Kingdom: Cosmic Ray’s
  • Epcot: Sunshine Seasons
  • Hollywood Studios: Backlot Express
  • Animal Kingdom: Flame Tree BBQ

Kosher meals must be requested at least 24 hours in advance by calling (407) 939-3463. A 48-hour notice is needed for table service restaurants at the Swan and Dolphin resorts, Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Animal Kingdom, and both Rainforest Cafe locations. Teppan Edo and Shiki-Sai: Sushi Izakaya do not offer Kosher meals. Kosher orders require a credit card guarantee; however, your card will not be charged unless the reservation is canceled in less than 24 hours or the party is a no-show.

Request Halal meals 24 hours in advance by calling (407) 939-3463. Please know there may be a higher wait time due to the special care we take to provide a halal meal. Halal meat options will vary at all locations. In some cases only vegetarian or specific seafood meals will be available.

Mickey Check Disney’s “Mickey Check” gives health-conscious parents a recognizable shortcut to identifying Kids’ Meals that meet the Disney Nutrition Guidelines on counter service menus throughout Walt Disney World Resort. Following the U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the Disney Nutrition Guidelines also encourage the limitation of sodium, sugar, and saturated and trans fats. To meet these guidelines, meals carrying The Mickey Check must contain at least three of the following: 1) fruits and vegetables, 2) low-fat dairy, 3) whole grains and 4) lean protein, beans, eggs, and/or nuts. Kids’ meals must be ordered without substitutions to meet Mickey Check guidelines.

For more information on special dietary needs, or a list of Quick Service locations that carry special dietary or Kosher/Halal meals (with no advance notice needed), visit Disney’s web site or email SpecialDiets@DisneyWorld.com.

You can also find information about dining Gluten-Free on our web site or Disney allergy-free dining on AllergyEats’ Disney microsite. We also have tips for visiting Disney World as a vegetarian. The following 2010 Microsoft Word documents from Disney are also available for download from our web site. Some info may have changed and information should be considered as a loose guideline only:
Allergy-Free Chicken Tenderloins Locations
Food Allergy Dietary Reference Sheet
Guest Dietary Letter
No Gluten Added Products WDW
OP Allergy Menus for Epcot
Water Parks Menu Items
This information has been provided by Disney; request updated information by emailing specialdiets@disneyworld.com or calling (407) 824-5967

Other Helpful ADR Information

  • Write down or print Advance Dining Reservations numbers when reserving restaurant meals and take them with you to the restaurant. This is your proof of a dining reservation. It’s also good to reconfirm your reservations before leaving home.
  • If you are staying on Walt Disney World property, you can request a list of all of your ADRs at anytime from the Lobby Concierge of your resort.
  • If your Disney’s Advance Dining Reservations are prior to park opening, Disney runs special buses for early breakfast in the parks. Be sure to bring your confirmation number as the cast member at the park turnstile may ask for it before admitting you to the park. You will still need to have a park admission ticket to enter the park early for breakfast.
  • All Walt Disney World Resort restaurants are non-smoking.
  • Most Walt Disney World restaurants have a “resort casual” dress code, meaning shorts are okay. No bathing suits. No tank tops for men. A few restaurants require dressier clothing and information will be provided when making your reservations.
  • As of this writing “business casual” dress requiring dress slacks or shorts & shirts with a collar for men and dress slacks or shorts or a dress for women is required the following “Signature” restaurants: Jiko – The Cooking Place (Animal Kingdom Lodge), Flying Fish Cafe (BoardWalk), California Grill (Contemporary Resort), Citricos and Narcoossee’s (Grand Floridian Resort), Takumi-Tei (Epcot) and Yachtsman Steakhouse (Yacht Club Resort). Also included at the Swan and Dolphin Resort are Il Molino New York Trattoria, Shula’s Steakhouse, and Todd English’s bluezoo. Victoria & Albert’s at the Grand Floridian resort requires a suit and tie for men and evening wear for women.
  • Specialty celebration cakes are available for an additional charge and should be ordered 48 hours in advance by calling the Cake Hotline at (407) 827-2253. Guests may request a 6″ cake (non-personalized) upon arrival at the dining location for a charge of $21.00 plus tax and gratuity. (No advance notice required)

Be Our Guest Restaurant

The Mouse For Less Tips:

  •  Walt Disney World guests can now request their favorite WDW restaurant recipes via a special form distributed at the restaurants. Requested recipes can be either emailed or sent to your mailing address. The form states that recipes have been converted from large batches to smaller serving amounts and thus may taste slightly different than those experienced in the restaurants.
  •  If you’ll be driving your vehicle to one of the EPCOT or Magic Kingdom resorts and plan to dine, be sure to have your confirmation number handy. Guards are strict about allowing only authorized personnel to park in the resort lots.
  •  As a special service, The Magic for Less Travel will make Advance Dining Reservations directly though Disney for clients. There is no charge for their services. You may contact them filling out a quote form to receive a no-obligation quote or to learn more about the special incentives and services they offer.
  •  Visit our Money-Saving Dining Tips page to get lots of advice on dining at Disney as well as money saving tips and coupons.
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