Disney World Free Dining: 2024 Dates, Info, and FAQ

Free Dining is by far one of the most popular promotions to be offered at Disney World. This benefit has been offered most years since 2005 but was absent in the years following the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The Free Dining offer returned in early 2024 with a limited offer just for subscribers of Disney+. Here’s what we know so far about Disney World Free Dining in 2024.

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Current Free Dining Offers

At the moment, there are no active Free Dining offers at Walt Disney World in Florida.

The booking window for the most recent offer expired on February 14, 2024. You can see details of the expired offer below, or skip down to a history by year further down the page.

This article also covers general information about free dining offers at Disney World.

EXPIRED: 2024 Free Dining for Disney+ Subscribers

On January 2, 2024, Disney announced a Free Dining Plan promotion for subscribers of the Disney+ streaming service.

Offer Overview

Guests booking a qualifying stay at an eligible resort will receive a free Disney Dining Plan or Disney Quick Service Dining Plan.

  • Booking Window begins January 3, 2024 and ends February 14, 2024
  • Valid for arrivals most nights July 1, 2024 – September 30, 2024
  • Requires purchase of non-discounted 4-night, 4-day vacation package that includes hotel room and theme park tickets with Park Hopper option.
    • Packages may be available for longer lengths of stay
  • The number of packages allocated for the offer is limited (free dining offer may sell out even if rooms are still available)

Eligible Resorts & Room Types

  • Guests staying at a Disney Value Resort, Disney Moderate Resort, or the Cabins at Fort Wilderness will receive a Free Disney Quick Service Dining Plan (and may be eligible to pay for an upgrade to the full table service Dining Plan). Each person will receive:
    • 2 Quick Service Meals Per Night of Stay
    • 1 Snack or Nonalcoholic Beverage Per Night of Stay
    • 1 Resort-Refillable Drink Mug
  • Guests staying at a Disney Deluxe Resort or Disney Deluxe Villa receive a free standard (table service) Disney Dining Plan. Each person will receive:
    • 1 Quick Service Meal Per Night of Stay
    • 1 Table Service Meal Per Night of Stay
    • 1 Snack or Nonalcoholic Beverage Per Night of Stay
    • 1 Resort-Refillable Drink Mug
  • Offer is not valid for:
    • 3-Bedroom Villas (Grand Villas)
    • Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
    • Cabins at Copper Creek Villas & Cabins (Disney’s Wilderness Lodge)
    • Bungalows at Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

Eligible Disney Deluxe Villa Resort Hotels (Free Disney Dining Plan)

  • Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
  • Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
  • Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village
  • Disney’s Beach Club Villas
  • Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
  • Disney’s Old Key West Resort
  • Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
  • Disney’s Riviera Resort
  • Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
  • The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Eligible Deluxe Resort Hotels (Free Disney Dining Plan)

  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
  • Disney’s Beach Club Resort
  • Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
  • Disney’s Contemporary Resort
  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
  • Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
  • Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
  • Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

Eligible Disney Moderate Resort Hotels (Free Disney Quick Service Dining Plan)

  • The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
  • Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
  • Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
  • Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
  • Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside

Eligible Disney Deluxe Villa Resort Hotels (Free Disney Quick Service Dining Plan)

  • Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
  • Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
  • Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
  • Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
  • Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Important Details & Restrictions

  • Must be subscribed to Disney+ streaming service to receive offer on your room package (proof required)
  • The Disney+ subscriber must stay in the room
  • Cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion.
  • Gratuities not included.
  • Children aged 3-9 must order from children’s menu where available
  • The number of packages allocated for this offer is limited.
  • Everyone in the same room must be on the same package.
  • Advance package reservations are required.
  • Theme park tickets are valid for admission beginning on date of check-in and must be used within a limited number of days, depending on length of stay and ticket.
  • Some Table Service restaurants may have limited or no availability at time of package purchase.

Further details are available on the Disney+ Perks page and Disney World Special Offers page. You’ll need to be logged in via the same account you use to access Disney+.

Important Eligibility Tips:

  • Make sure that your Disney+ subscription is associated with your Disney World account if you plan on booking this offer. You can check your memberships and passes ahead of time to be sure you don’t run into any roadblocks when it’s time to book.
  • If booking via your trusted Disney Travel Agent, let them know the email address that’s associated with your Disney+ account. They’ll need it to secure the offer for you.

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What is Free Dining at Disney World?

Disney World Free Dining Plans: Chef Mickey Mouse greets guests at a restaurant

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Free Dining is a promotional offer which adds a free Disney Dining Plan onto your Disney World vacation package.

This free Dining Plan gives you a certain number of entitlements that can be exchanged for meals and snacks during your vacation. Any unused credits expire at 11:59 PM on the day you checkout.

Each year’s Free Dining offer is different, but historically the offers have included conditions such as:

  • Available only for certain travel dates
  • Must be booked within a certain booking window
  • Available only for certain hotels or certain room types
  • The number of rooms associated with the offer could be limited
  • Likely requires paying full price for your hotel room, theme park tickets, or other package elements
  • May require a minimum/maximum length of stay
  • May offer different levels of dining benefits depending on the hotel/room booked
  • May be offered only to certain groups, such as Disney Visa Cardholders, Disney+ Subscribers, residents of a particular country such as the UK or Canada, or “Bounceback” guests who book their next Disney vacation while still on their current vacation

When Does Disney Normally Announce Free Dining?

The timing of each year’s announcement has varied over the past two decades, but releases now tend to happen in early January. You’ll find a complete history of Disney Free Dining announcements at the bottom of this page.

Even the Disney Dining Promo Card Offer (which essentially took the place of Free Dining during the aftermath of the pandemic) was first announced in January of 2023.

The return of Free Dining after a multi-year absence was announced on January 2, 2024.

Is it Hard To Get Free Dining at Disney World?

It’s not necessarily difficult to qualify for Free Dining – it’s as simple as booking a reservation for the right dates and location. But it can be difficult to secure that qualifying reservation.

Flexibility is Key

Free Dining offers are usually tied to specific room types, hotels, and travel dates. And availability can be limited.

The more you’re able to roll with the punches, the more likely you are to succeed.

Disney's Contemporary Resort

If your first resort choice isn’t available, have an alternative in mind.

I suggest having a first, second, and third choice of specific travel dates, hotels, and room types. This way, you (or your travel agent) can quickly research possibilities and confirm something before everything sells out. Speaking of selling out…

Demand is High, so Acting Quickly is Important

Being ready to jump on offers as soon as they’re announced will give you the best chance of getting your first choice.

Free Dining draws an astonishing amount of interest among travelers. It is quite simply the most-demanded offer Disney does all year long.

Because of that, getting a reservation can be frustrating.

Historically, phone lines at 407-W-DISNEY have been jammed for hours on days when Free Dining is released.

Trying to book it yourself through the Disney World website can be just as bad; the site can become so overloaded that you’re stuck in a virtual waiting room before you can even get in to look at what’s available.

Screenshot of WDW Almost in Orbit Website Waiting Room

Elements © Disney

But fortunately, there is a way to avoid all of that.

The Easiest Way to Book Free Dining at Disney World

We wholeheartedly recommend that you skip all the stress of trying to book Free Dining yourself.

The easiest way to book free dining at Disney World is to let a Disney Travel Agent handle it for you (at no additional cost).

Thanks to their network of fellow agents and exclusive call-in lines, they may have better luck connecting with Disney to secure your reservation while everyone else is still waiting on hold.

In our view, the best Disney Travel Agent to book Free Dining is The Vacationeer. Many of their agents are veterans of multiple past Free Disney Dining launch days and know all the tips and tricks to secure the best possible offer for you.

As an Earmarked Diamond level Authorized Disney Vacation Planner, their agents book tens of thousands of Disney vacations every year for families just like yours. They’re Disney fans themselves, and they know how important getting free dining is to controlling the cost of a Disney World vacation.

Best of all, they don’t charge any planning fees, so you won’t have your savings gobbled up by pointless surcharges.

We recommend that you connect with The Vacationeer now so they can book your trip the instant that promotions such as Free Dining are announced.

They can even book your trip early and automatically apply new discounts and promotions as they become available, should your trip be eligible.

Can You Add Free Dining to Existing Reservations?

Tony's Town Square Restaurant

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

If your existing reservation meets the eligibility requirements for the offer (or you’re willing to change your travel plans so it qualifies), then you may be able to add Free Dining to your reservation.

This is where booking through a Disney Travel Agent has its advantages. A good travel agent is an absolute hawk when it comes to newly-announced promotions. Based on your prior discussions about what’s important to you, they can automatically add newly-announced promotions to your trip – possibly before you’ve even heard that Free Dining was announced!

If you booked on your own, you can check your existing reservation on DisneyWorld.com or within the MyDisneyExperience app to see what options you might have. You can also call 407-W-DISNEY, but expect long waits to get in touch with a Cast Member.

A word of warning: be sure to thoroughly check prices and components before committing. Why?

  • Any prior discounts you got on your existing room will be forfeited.
  • The base rate for the room may have increased since the time you first booked it (much like how airfare fluctuates); you’ll have to pay the new price to get free dining.
  • If your original package didn’t include the required theme park tickets/options — or if ticket prices have changed since you purchased — you could see additional costs.

Is Free Dining Worth It?

On the surface, getting free food seems like a no-brainer. But is it really worth it?

For many people, the answer is an easy yes. But for some travelers, it might not be the best deal.

Here are a few things to consider to determine if it’s right for you:

Is There a Room Discount Offered at the Same Time?

Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

Image © Disney

Free Dining usually requires a full-priced room. Historically, Disney has typically offered a separate room-only discount promotion (as much as a 35% discount) at the same time that it offers free dining. You cannot combine the two offers, so you would need to pick one or the other. It might be a better deal to take advantage of any available room savings and pay out of pocket for food. This is especially true if:

  • You don’t eat that much: If you regularly skip meals and/or order the cheapest thing on the menu, you won’t get as much value out of a free Dining Plan.
  • You usually skip dessert: The Dining Plan includes dessert at most meals; if you don’t normally order dessert, you’re not actually saving any money by getting it free.
  • You have a smaller travel party: Food savings are per person, but room savings are per room. A big room discount could be larger than dining savings for a party of two.
  • There are more kids than adults: The Dining Plan forces kids to order from the lower-priced children’s menu, meaning you get a bit less bang for your dining plan credits.
  • You prefer deluxe hotels and quick service meals/snacks: Free Dining usually offers the Quick Service Dining Plan for Value resorts, and the Standard (table service) Dining Plan for Deluxe Resorts. If you prefer quick service meals but stay at nicer hotels, you could be “wasting” some of your food savings. It gets a bit murky when considering Moderate resorts, which have fluctuated between full and quick service dining plans over the history of the offer.

Do You Need Length-of-Stay Theme Park Tickets?

Park Entry Point

Using a MagicBand to enter a theme park | Image © Disney

Free Dining often requires purchasing length-of-stay theme park tickets; if you don’t need those tickets, the extra cost could cancel out your dining savings.

  • You want to take some rest days: Planning to spend a day or more at the hotel pool, water park, golf course, the beach, or at Universal Orlando or SeaWorld? You won’t need a Disney theme park ticket for those days but you might still have to buy one to get free dining.
  • You already have an annual pass: If your admission is already covered by an annual pass, buying length-of-stay tickets is an unneeded expense that can quickly offset the dining savings.

Does the Required Stay Match Your Vacation Habits?

Room types, resorts, and travel dates required to get the offer might be outside of what you’d normally do. Are you really saving, or are you spending more money than normal just to get something for “free”?

Calculating the Savings

It’s best to run some calculations (I know… math… gross) to figure out how much your trip would cost with or without the Free Dining offer. It’s easy enough to do, though perhaps a little tedious.

  • The Cost Without Free Dining: Add up the following…
    • How much you would normally spend on food (either per-meal or paying the regular cost of the Disney Dining Plan).
    • The cost of the hotel room (including any available discounts you might be eligible for)
    • The cost of the tickets you need to get into the parks (not necessarily the tickets you would be required to buy to get Free Dining).
  • The Cost With Free Dining: Your package price should include…
    • The full-priced rate for the hotel room
    • The full-priced cost of any tickets required by the Free Dining offer

Compare these two numbers, and see which one is a better deal. We offer a Disney Cost Calculator and a Disney Dining Plan calculator to help you get an idea of trip costs.

Better yet, have your dedicated Disney Travel Agent run the numbers for you. They’re experts at looking at all available offers and finding the one that will save your family the most money.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Free Disney Dining Plans

What’s Included in a Free Disney Quick Service Meal?

Columbia Harbour House quick service restaurant

Columbia Harbour House

Each Quick Service Meal entitlement will usually include an entrée and side item (or a combo meal if offered), along with a beverage. Dessert is not included.

What’s Included in a Free Disney Table Service Meal?

Space 220 table service restaurant

Space 220 Restaurant at EPCOT

Each table service meal includes an entrée and side item, along with a beverage. Dessert is also included, except at breakfast. Some restaurants may also offer a buffet or prix fixe menu option. Appetizers are not included.

Are Dinner Shows Included in Disney’s Free Meal Plans?

The Disney Dining Plan allows you to exchange two table service meal credits (per person) for Dinner Shows such as the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review. If your Free Dining offer includes the standard (table service) Disney Dining Plan, it can be used toward dinner shows.

Is Signature Dining Covered by Free Dining?

Citricos signature dining restaurant

Citricos | Image © Disney

The Disney Dining Plan allows you to exchange two table service credits (per person) for fine dining at signature restaurants such as Citricos, California Grill, or Narcoosee’s. If your Free Dining offer includes the standard (table service) Disney Dining Plan, it can be used toward these experiences.

Is Character Dining Included in Free Disney Dining?

Character meals are covered by table service credits on the Disney Dining Plan. Depending on the restaurant chosen, they will require either one or two table service dining entitlements per person.

If your Free Dining offer only covers Quick Service meals (rather than Table Service meals), you’ll have to pay out-of-pocket for character meals.

Is Alcohol Included in Free Dining Plans?

Guests who are of age may enjoy a beer, wine, or cocktail during their free quick service meals and free table service meals.

Snack entitlements cannot be used for alcohol.

Does Disney Free Dining Include Dessert?

The Disney Dining Plan (and therefore the Free Dining offer) includes dessert during table service meals only. Dessert is not included at breakfast (even if table service), nor for quick service meals.

Are Appetizers Included in Free Disney World Dining?

Appetizers are not included with the Disney Dining Plan, and therefore are not covered by Free Dining.

Are Snacks Included in Free Dining?

A menu board showing Disney Dining Plan snack options at a food cart

Disney Dining Plan snack options indicated by purple icons

Yes, the Disney Dining Plan (and therefore the Free Dining promotion) includes one snack per person per day.

Is Gratuity/Tip Covered by Free Dining?

Tips are not included with the Disney Dining Plan, and therefore are not covered by Free Dining.

Is Room Service Included in Free Dine Plans?

The Disney Dining Plan allows you to exchange two table service credits (per person) for an in-room meal. If your Free Dining offer includes the standard (table service) Disney Dining Plan, you can use it toward room service / private dining.

Two table service entitlements can also be exchanged for a whole pizza at some resorts.

Which Disney Restaurants Offer Free Dining?

Most restaurants at Disney World participate in the Disney Dining Plan and therefore accept Free Dining entitlements. You can find an updated list on Disney’s website.

Does Free Dining Cover Breakfast?

You can use your free meal entitlements for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner as you wish.

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Complete History of Free Dining at Disney World: Announcements and Dates

Free Dining premiered in 2005 and was offered each year through 2020.

Free Dining was not offered from 2020 through 2023 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath.

It returned in 2024, starting with a special offer for Disney+ subscribers.

Below, we’ve listed the primary Free Dining offers that have been offered to U.S. residents since 2005. Note that we’ve left out a few so-called “Bounceback” promotions, which offered free dining to guests who booked another vacation while already in-house at a Disney World hotel.

2005

  • Earliest versions of Free Dining promotions were offered on select dates from August 2005 through October 2005

2006

  • April 2006: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2006 through September 2006. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.

2007

  • April 2007: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2007 through September 2007. An Early Booking Perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.

2008

  • April 2008: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2008 through September 2008. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.
  • September 2008: Release of Free Dining on select dates from September 2008 through December 2008

2009

  • March 2009: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2009 to October 2009. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.
  • July 2009: Release of Free Dining on select dates from October 2009 to December 2009. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.

2010

  • April 2010: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2010 through October 2010. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.
  • August 2010: Release of Free Dining on select dates from October 2010 through September 2011

2011

  • May 2011: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2011 through September 2011. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.
  • August 2011: Release of Free Dining on select dates from October 2011 through March 2012.

2012

  • March 2012: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2012 through September 2012. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.
  • July 2012: Release of Free Dining on select dates from September 2012 through December 2012. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.

2013

  • May 2013: Release of Free Dining on select dates in September 2013. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.
  • August 2013: Release of Free Dining on select dates from September 2013 through December 2013

2014

  • May 2014: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2014 through December 2014. An early booking perk was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders.

2015

  • April 2015: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2015 through December 2015

2016

  • April 2016: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2016 through December 2016
  • April 2016: Release of Free Dining for Disney Visa Cardholders on additional select dates in August 2016

2017

  • April 2017: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2017 through December 2017

2018

  • April 2018: Release of Free Dining on select dates from August 2018 through December 2018

2019

  • January 2019: Release of Free Dining on select dates from July 2019 through September 2019
  • April 2019: Release of Free Dining for Disney Visa Cardholders on select dates in August 2019
  • July 2019: Release of Free Dining on select dates from September 2019 through December 2019

2020

  • January 2020: Release of Free Dining [canceled due to pandemic*] for a handful of dates in June 2020 through September 2020
  • January 2020: Release of Free Dining for Kids [canceled due to pandemic*] for dates in late May 2020 and most of August 2020

*Disney Dining Plans were suspended when the parks closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the suspension of the Dining Plan meant the cancellation of the previously announced Free Dining promotions.

2021

The Disney Dining Plan remained suspended and no Free Dining was offered.

2022

The Disney Dining Plan remained suspended and no Free Dining was offered.

2023

The Disney Dining Plan remained suspended and no Free Dining was offered.

Disney did, however, announce two Disney Dining Promo Card Offers (providing a free Disney gift card that could be used only at Disney World restaurants and food kiosks).

  • January 2023: Release of Disney Dining Promo Card Offer on select dates from June 2023 to September 2023
  • September 2023: Release of Disney Dining Promo Card Offer on select dates from October 2023 through March 2024

Additionally, Disney announced that the Dining Plan itself (but not yet free dining) would be returning in early 2024.

2024

The Disney Dining Plan itself returned, along with the first free dining offer of 2024.

  • January 2024: Release of Free Dining for Disney+ Subscribers on select dates from July 2024 to September 2024

Why Did Disney Free Dining Return in 2024?

We long believed that free Disney Dining would probably return in 2024. There are several reasons we thought so:

1. The Disney Dining Plan Has Returned

Before we can have Free Dining, the Disney Dining Plan itself must exist. After all, the Free Dining offer is nothing more than a no-cost Disney Dining Plan.

Dining Plans were suspended in 2020, so there had been no Free Dining since then.

But the Disney Dining Plan is finally back in 2024, which paved the way for a Free Dine offer to be added at any time.

2. There Was a Trial Run Last Year

Disney offered some limited special dining promotions in 2023 which seemed to be a trial run for the eventual return of a proper Free Disney Dining deal.

These special promotions offered a Disney Dining Promo Card (essentially a Disney Gift Card that could only be used at restaurants and food kiosks). Much like a regular Free Dining offer, the promotion was based on the type of accommodation and dates of travel.

It was the closest thing to “Free Dining” that Disney could offer without having a regular Dining Plan in place; so it was reasonable to conclude that it was a limited test before bringing back the regular offer in 2024.

3. The Parks – and Travel – Are Getting Back to Normal

Most of the major additions to the theme parks are now at or near completion. Operating hours are closer to normal. Virtually every attraction and restaurant (with a few exceptions) that had been shuttered in 2020 is back up and running.

Separately, it seems that a lot of the pent-up travel demand after the “lost summer” of 2020 has started to dissipate. Familiar old travel patterns are starting to set in. And travel to Florida as a whole seems to be ebbing for a number of reasons.

Free Dining has traditionally been an important part of maintaining the “normal” rhythm of park operation, specifically as a way to draw additional people to the resort during times of lower demand.

So it wouldn’t have been surprising to see the Free Dining Plan return to serve this purpose.

4. Free Dining was One of the Few Things Still Missing

As mentioned above, most attractions/rides, restaurants, and hotels are back to normal – but Free Dining was still missing.

It’s unusual for Disney to leave something so wildly popular off the table for very long. After all, they wouldn’t have offered Free Dining repeatedly from 2005 – 2020 if it were to be causing them to lose more money than they made from it.

The Verdict: Disney Free Dining Was Due — Maybe Overdue — to Return

Because of these reasons outlined above, we believed the timing was right for Disney to announce a new Free Dining promotion.

Of course, this was all just speculation until January 2, 2024, when the announcement was officially made.

Final Thoughts on Free Food at Disney World

Disney’s popular Free Dining promotion draws a lot of attention and is one of the most highly-anticipated announcements of the year.

While the offer can be tempting, it’s important to do the calculations to determine if it is truly worth it for your family and how you vacation. For many people the answer is an easy yes; but for some, they find they’ll save more by paying for food and taking a room discount instead.

If Free Dining is right for you, it’s best to be flexible with your dates and hotel choices. The deal often has limited availability and high demand, so your first choice might not be available. Acting quickly is key to getting the best possible bargain for your trip.

Get Help Booking Free Walt Disney World Dining Packages

Our favorite Disney Travel Agency, The Vacationeer, offers free help planning your Walt Disney World vacation will booking your vacation package for you.

One of the many reasons to book Disney with a travel agent is the fact that they can secure your reservation now, and monitor for future promotions such as free dining. If a better deal comes along, they will automatically apply the discount for you!

Securing free dining through a travel agent saves you from waiting hours on hold! And because you’ll be assigned a single, dedicated agent (no giant call centers), they’ll take the time to understand what’s important to you and make suggestions that meet your wishes and needs.

Get a free consultation and your no-cost, no-obligation quote today!

For further research, be sure to review our articles on the best restaurants at Magic Kingdom, best places to eat in EPCOT, best Animal Kingdom restaurants, and best dining at Hollywood Studios, and Michelin Guide restaurants at Disney World. We also have reservation calculator which will help you determine how soon you can make your dining reservations.

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