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To see the entire list of restaurants for the Walt Disney World property, click here:

Complete Dining List

To see the list of Character Dining options, click here:

Character Dining

Theme park dining has gotten a bad rap in my opinion.  Most people equate dining in a theme park to overpriced rubbery hamburgers.  Although the overpriced part is true,  Disney has much more to offer than hot dogs and fries.

After one particularly good meal at Disney (at Le Cellier), my husband said to me "I had no idea Disney even HAD food that good!".  That pretty much sums up what most people think when they hear "amusement park dining".

Please don't make the mistake of not making dining reservations.  If you think you can just walk up and request a table, think again.  Those rubbery burgers I mentioned above?  If you don't make dining reservations, then you should get used to them.

Dining reservations can be made for most dining establishments 180 days in advance.  If you are staying on property, you can make your entire vacation's dining reservations 180 days before the first day of your trip (unless your trip is over 10 days).  This is yet another benefit to staying on property!  There are certain dining establishments that you should indeed make reservations 180 days in advance, even during slow periods, and ESPECIALLY during free dining times!  Those are Cinderella's Royal Table, Chef Mickey's, Ohanas, Be Our Guest and Le Cellier.  Other establishments that fill their spots quickly are Princess Storybook in Norway, Coral Reef,  1900 Park Fare, and California Grill around fireworks time.  For more dining facts and information, click HERE