Guests who purchase the Magic Your Way Package Plus Dining may now use their meal entitlements for Private (or “in-room”) Dining. This provides even more flexibility and choice for this popular package.
Guests booked on the Magic Your Way Package Plus Dining may use two (2) Table Service meal entitlements from the plan for one (1) Private Dining meal. Guests booked on the Magic Your Way Premium or Magic Your Way Platinum Packages may use one (1) Table Service meal entitlement for one (1) Private Dining meal.
Each Private Dining meal on the Disney Dining Plan includes one serving* of each of the following:
Top 5 Walt Disney World Dining Recommendations (click here)
Disney World Character Dining:
Nothing quite lights up a child's eyes like a face-to-face meeting and hug from one of Disney's famous Characters. It's guaranteed fun for the whole family! And what a great photo opportunity! Priority Seating is recommended for all Character Dining experiences. (Theme Park admission tickets are required for Park meals.)
"Liberate Your Appetite" at The Magic Kingdom® Park
'Ohana Character Breakfast
1900 Park Fare at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Baskervilles Restaurant Character Breakfast at The Grosvenor Resort
Cape May Cafe Character Breakfast
Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort
Coral Cafe Sunday Character Breakfast Walt Disney World Dolphin
Covington Mill Restaurant Character Breakfast at The Hilton
Donald's Prehistoric Breakfastosaurus at Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park
Garden Grove Cafe Character Breakfast at Walt Disney World Swan
Gulliver's Grill Character Dinner at Walt Disney World Swan
Once Upon A Time at The Magic Kingdom® Park
The Crystal Palace Buffet at The Magic Kingdom® Park
The Garden Grill Character Dining At Epcot®
The Princess Storybook Breakfast at Restaurant Akershus in Epcot®
Watercress Cafe Character Breakfast at The Wyndham Palace Resort and Spa
Wonderland Tea Party at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
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Tip: Dinner and a parade? Some restaurants offer packages that include special seating or parades and shows... ask a cast memebr which restaurants offer these deals.
Tip: Annual Pass members get discounts in some the restaurants... ask a CM which restaurants offer the best deal.
Most romantic dinner spot: A table for two at Victoria & Albert's at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Royal Doulton china, Sambonet silver, personalized menus and impeccable service. The Grand Marnier soufflés are heavenly.
Best vegetarian: California Grill has an ever-changing selection.
How to order kosher meals: Kosher meals are available at any table-service restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort. A 24-hour notice is required, and the meals are purchased from an outside vendor. Guests may bring their own preferred kosher products.
Where is Mickey Mouse? The Big Cheese is the most-requested character dinner partner, and he can be found at Chef Mickey's Buffet (breakfast and dinner) at Disney's Contemporary Resort; at Restaurantosaurus (breakfast only) at Disney's Animal Kingdom; at 'Ohana (breakfast only) at Disney's Polynesian Resort; and at Garden Grill restaurant ((breakfast, lunch and dinner) in The Land at Epcot.
Where to find sushi: California Grill at Disney's Contemporary Resort; Matsu No Ma Lounge in Japan in Epcot World Showcase; Wolfgang Puck Cafe at Downtown Disney West Side; and Kimono's in the Walt Disney World Swan hotel. For breakfast, sushi is served at the Grand Floridian Cafe at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
Best steak dinner: It's a toss-up -- Yachtsman Steakhouse with its glassed-in butcher shop at Disney's Yacht Club Resort, the Concourse Steakhouse at Disney's Contemporary Resort, or Le Cellier in the Canada pavilion at Epcot.
The freshest seafood: Coral Reef at The Living Seas at Epcot, with a panoramic view of the 6-million-gallon saltwater aquarium; California Grill at the Contemporary, where the grilled tuna is the most popular dish on the menu; and Flying Fish Cafe at Disney's BoardWalk.
World's best milkshakes: Take your pick -- "Mom's" special shakes at 50's Prime Time Cafe at Disney's Hollywood Studios, or any flavor at Beaches and Cream Soda Shop at Disney's Beach Club Resort.
Afternoon Tea: The afternoon tradition is observed at Garden View Lounge at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Tapas: Mediterranean light bites are on the menu at Spoodles at Disney's BoardWalk.
Family fun experience: Top three choices -- `Ohana's all-you-can-eat feast at Disney's Polynesian Resort, the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground, and Whispering Canyon Cafe at Disney's Wilderness Lodge.
Best table for viewing "IllumiNations": Sit on the outdoor terrace at the Rose & Crown Pub & Dining Room in the United Kingdom.
Best desserts on the run: Norwegian delicacies -- rice cream with strawberries and almond pastry rings -- are featured at the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe at Norway in Epcot World Showcase. Nearby in France, the little Boulangerie Patisserie offers fresh-baked croissants, brioches, eclairs, fruit tarts and chocolate mousse. If you're in Future World, Fountain View Espresso & Bakery has a great selection of sweets. At Disney's Hollywood Studios, head for Starring Rolls Bakery for sandwiches and sweets.
Best place to pack a fancy picnic basket: Gourmet Pantry at Downtown Disney Marketplace.
Most unusual tableside entertainment: The authentic bellydancers in Morocco in Epcot World Showcase.
Best hot dogs: Sunset Ranch Market at Disney's Hollywood Studios sells Rosie's Red Hot Dogs, kielbasa, footlongs and turkey dogs -- don't forget the sauerkraut, onions, peppers, chili, cheese and onions. And there's beer on draft.
Most exclusive table at Walt Disney World Resort: The Chef's Table in the kitchen at Victoria & Albert's. Seats up to six, and it's booked six months in advance. Chef Scott Hunnel takes extraordinary care of his guests.
Most unusual wine list: Jiko-The Cooking Place at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge features the most extensive collection of South African wines in North America. The wine list is exclusively South African, and most of the 65 vintages are available by the glass.
Kids are people too: Young guests can don a chef's jacket and toque for a quick culinary lesson in the free Junior Chef Program at Epcot and many of the Walt Disney World Resort restaurants. Chefs assist kids in tossing a salad for their family, for instance, or decorating their own desserts. To participate, just ask a server at any sit-down eatery.