Articles Tagged with Disney Dining Plan

Jungle Skipper Canteen

Review | Jungle Skipper Canteen Restaurant

The Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen is a table service restaurant located in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Florida. The restaurant is themed after the popular and classic Disney attraction, The Jungle Cruise. Located in Adventureland it’s one of Disney World newest restaurants, but is it any good? Check out my full review after the jump.

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Disney Old Fashioned

Alcohol Included on the 2018 Disney Dining Plan

Up until now, those who wished to enjoy an “adult beverage” while at Disney World had to pay for them out of pocket. The Disney Dining Plan only covered non-alcoholic drinks. Well starting in 2018 this will be changing! Guests will now be able to use their dining credits for beer, wine & cocktails. Hit the jump for more details.

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Cinderella Castle

Mobile Ordering Coming to Magic Kingdom Restaurants

After using the Quick Service restaurants in Pandora – The World of Avatar as a test bed, Disney will be expanding the newly added Mobile Order service to select Magic Kingdom restaurants. This mobile ordering service allows guests to order their food using the My Disney Experience app and simply tap a “I’m here” button at the restaurant to skip the line. Check out which restaurants will be getting the new service after the jump.

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Animal Kingdom

Mobile Restaurant Ordering Coming To Disney World

If you’ve ever walked into a Quick Service restaurant in any of the Walt Disney World theme parks you’ll know they can get quite busy and crowded. Disney is expanding their technology capabilities to hopefully help with that problem. Mobile ordering is on its way to the My Disney Experience app. Hit the jump for more details on when you’ll be able to use it in the parks.

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Magic Kingdom

Disney Testing Single Day Dining Plan at Magic Kingdom

The Disney dining plan is something that divides Disney fans. There are staunch supporters saying it makes things easier and is cost effective¬†while others say it overly complicates things and is not the bargain it’s made out to be. I like the dining plan. I think it can be a bit expensive but it’s nice to have all your meals paid for before leaving on vacation and I don’t think it’s a complicated system at all. The dining plan has traditionally only been offered to guests staying at a Walt Disney World resort. Now Disney is doing a test where guests can purchase a single day dining plan for the Magic Kingdom. Is this a good deal? Hit the jump for more details.

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Review | Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant should seem familiar to fans of Lady & The Tramp. It’s where the duo had their iconic spaghetti kiss! The real restaurant is located in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Florida. It’s in Town Square which is the first part of the park you enter. Even though it’s a big restaurant it can be somewhat hidden. I didn’t even know where it was until I had booked the reservation! I guess that’s the beauty of the theming at Disney World. My full review of Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is after the jump.

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Rumor: Dining Plan Changes Coming


The Disney dining plan is rumored to be slightly enhanced by reducing restrictions around snacks & substitutions. This rumor seems to be making the rounds among the Disney news sites lately, but I haven’t seen anything official from Disney yet. The changes are rumored to already be in effect, so if you’re at the parks now and have the dining plan let us know your experiences! Read about the changes after the jump.

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