101 Delicious Disney World Dining Tips

Walt Disney World has tons of restaurants & snack stands, and dining is part of the fun. In fact, the largest component of WDW vacation planning is dining–and it can also be the most satisfying. Beyond making “good” ADRs and deciding whether to buy the Disney Dining Plan, there are a lot of things that can save you time and money, or improve your trip. (Updated February 2, 2024.)

Many of you have read and enjoyed our 101 Great Walt Disney World Tips post, and since dining is such a big thing, we thought we would see if we could follow that up with one specific to dining. This was no easy task. While there are literally 1,000 tips we could share based on our experiences eating at Walt Disney World, many of those would be hyper-specific, probably too specific, and thus not things we really thought would be good for more than a few slots on the list here and there.

Rather than a list with tons of menu recommendations and things like that, we decided to come up with 101 random tips based upon our experiences in years of dining in nearly every restaurant at Walt Disney World that would be helpful to most readers. These tips consist of both fundamental, high level tips (like the necessity of making ADRs) and some more specific tips (like what to order at Roaring Fork).

You’re going to find that some of these tips aren’t applicable to you–that’s probably a good thing, as following 100+ tips just relating to dining on a single Walt Disney World trip would probably take a bit of tenacity. You may also disagree with some of these tips, but such is the nature of such a list, which offers subjective tips.

We have a lot of ground to cover, so let’s get started with our list of 101 Delicious Walt Disney World Dining Tips…

1. The Disney Dining Plan is a pre-paid meal option that provides a lot of food with the possibility of saving money. If you aren’t a heavy-eater or won’t eat steak (or a few other pricey menu options) at every meal, it’s probably not a good value for you. Read more on our Disney Dining Plan Info & FAQ blog post.

2. Advance Dining Reservations (ADRs) are a must, especially at popular restaurants. You may make ADRs 60 days in advance, and for the more popular restaurants, booking before the 60-day mark is a near-necessity. There are a lot of ins and outs to this, so see our Guide to Advance Dining Reservations for Restaurants at Walt Disney World for everything you need to know, including how the “60+10 rule” works.

3. One of the hardest-to-book ADRs at Walt Disney World is Space 220 Restaurant at EPCOT. We’d actually advise against requesting a table close to the glass, which is the exact opposite of what we recommend at Coral Reef. You’re too close to the screens with a ‘window’ seat here, and it’s hard to see the full space scenery. Instead, request a table in the second-tier where you’ll have an elevated view, can see all of the windows from your table, and won’t have anyone standing (directly) in front of your table for photos or space selfies. This should also be an easier request to have fulfilled since most people will probably want to be as close as possible.

4. Read our Walt Disney World Restaurant Reviews before booking ADRs. Actually, read a lot of different reviews before making ADRs, not just ours. Not all restaurants at Walt Disney World are equal in quality (far from it); due to kitchen inconsistency, servers being stretched too thin, and much more, experiences may vary–even on the same night, ordering the same dishes!

5. Walt Disney World dining still is not 100% back to normal following the closure nearly 4 years ago. See Open & Closed Restaurants at Walt Disney World (2024) for a rundown of what has permanently closed and is temporarily unavailable. It may not seem like much, but some of the ‘missing meals’ are a big deal.

6. The Free Disney Dining Plan promotion is far and away Walt Disney World’s most popular discount of the year with fans, and it is now available for travel dates later in 2024! (Sign up for our email list to be notified when it becomes available for additional dates in 2024!)

7. Longtime WDW diehards love ‘Ohana, but honestly, it’s a bit overrated and first-timers may not “get” what all of the hype is about because they lack the nostalgia and sentimentality for the location. As an alternative, we highly recommend Sebastian’s Bistro: It’s Better, Cheaper & Easier Than ‘Ohana!

8. If you’re overwhelmed by the hundreds of dining options at WDW, see our List of the 24 Best Restaurants at Walt Disney World for 2024. These are our favorites, and what we recommend to family and friends. It’s missing some of the fanciest spots, but that’s on purpose–it aims to be a practical list for families and normal folks with the most iconic, must-do meals around Walt Disney World.

9. One of the best ways to save money on your vacation is by following our Tips for Grocery Delivery at Walt Disney World. We highly recommend this for breakfasts, snacks, and (potentially) even other meals. It’s so easy to have an order delivered to your hotel!

10. Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is our pick for the #1 in-park restaurant on our List of the Top 15 Counter Service Restaurant in Walt Disney World.

11. You can have Amazon ship packages to your hotel before your trip, which is a great way for getting snacks, drink mixes, and more. Walt Disney World hotels sometimes charge a package pick-up fee, but that is hit or miss. For our snack-packing suggestions, check out our Ultimate Walt Disney World Packing List.

12. If you have already seen the Magic Kingdom fireworks from Main Street, we highly recommend making an ADR for one hour before the fireworks at Cinderella’s Royal Table, and requesting a window seat when you check-in to the restaurant. You won’t be able to see the entire show, but being inside Cinderella Castle during the fireworks is a special experience.

13. Magic Kingdom has the weakest restaurant scene of any park at Walt Disney World, which is unfortunate since its where most families spend the most time. Because of that, a strong snacking game is key. See Best Magic Kingdom Snacks & Desserts for 2024 for what to try, as well as the iconic treats to avoid (many are overrated and ordinary).

14. EPCOT’s International Food & Wine Festival is the most popular event of the year at the park. Due to that, it has added many more crowd-pleasing booths and dishes that aren’t exactly ‘foodie fare.’ (We think it’s the weakness EPCOT event of the year as a result.) Read our Guide to the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival Guide for tips, best dishes, and to find out which offerings are for you.

15. Dining at Walt Disney World is just as much–if not more–about the theme of the restaurants as it is the food. You pay a premium to dine at Walt Disney World restaurants, and what sets most of them apart is not the quality of the food. It’s the quality of the theming. Check out our list of the Top 10 Themed Restaurants at Walt Disney World for an idea of what to book.

16. The most iconic bars at Walt Disney World are Trader Sam’s and Oga’s Cantina, which as must-do experiences for first-timers. However, these are not our personal favorites for repeat visitors, or for food/drink quality. See our List of the 23 Best Bars & Lounges at Walt Disney World for more–including several family-friendly hidden gems.

17. Ordering the most expensive entree at Restaurantosaurus might seem like a good way to Maximize Counter Service Credit Value on the Disney Dining Plan, but getting the most bang for your buck also should take food quality into account, and this combo is not good.

18. Share meals. Portion sizes at Walt Disney World are typically large, and in many cases, slightly more expensive menu items are even larger. This goes for both table service and counter service. If a meal is $14 but will feed two people, it’s a better per-person value at $7 each than the meal priced at $11 that will only feed one person.

19. If you’re trying to Maximize Table Service Credit Value on the Disney Dining Plan, restaurants that require 2-credits are, without exception, a poor use of your credits.

20. Toledo – Tapas, Steak & Seafood serves up some of the best steak at Walt Disney World, and in a great location. Somehow, it’s still a hidden gem even after being recognized by the Michelin Guide. (Note: hidden gem status only applies when there’s not a convention at Coronado. It goes from dead to slammed then.)

21. If you’re celebrating a special event at Walt Disney World, make a note of this on the reservation. While you are not guaranteed to receive anything special, you very well might. During our “Disneymoon,” we received a complimentary dessert, champagne, or something else at roughly 50% of our meals. You may receive nothing at all, but it doesn’t hurt to make a note of it on your ADR!

22. The Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party offers an off-center view of the fireworks. We are not fans of this view–you can compare it to other views via photos in our Magic Kingdom Fireworks Viewing Guide.

23. If you’re unable to score ADRs or would rather just be spontaneous, the Walk-Up Waitlist in the My Disney Experience app is a wonderful feature. As the name suggests, it allows you to add your name to the waitlist without visiting a restaurant podium. You won’t find many of the most popular restaurants on here (unless you get lucky), but it’s a great way for grab a table at the last-minute and it gives you an estimated return time so you can keep enjoying the parks.

24. Character meals can be a solid use of credits on the Disney Dining Plan and just a ton of fun for families. Check out our post on Best Character Meals at Walt Disney World for the ones we highly recommend.

25. If you’re not a drinker, try Snacking Around the World in Epcot instead. There are some exceptional bakeries in the World Showcase, and eating your way around it is just as much of an endurance challenge as drinking your way around. Plus, no hangover!

26. Even if you don’t want to get a snack in every World Showcase country, it’s worth noting that Walt Disney World’s Best Snack Spot is in EPCOT (Germany pavilion). Oh, and the best ice cream at Walt Disney World is in France.

27. The water parks both have reputations for having lackluster dining options, and that’s generally true. However, there are a few gems mixed in. Check out our Typhoon Lagoon Dining Guide and Blizzard Beach Dining Guide to find the diamonds in the rough.

28. Now that Connections Cafe has open, it’s the main counter service option at the front of EPCOT. With that said, Sunshine Seasons is once again a good option after trending downward for years, but it’s grab and go for dinner–meaning the prepared food stations are mostly (or entirely) closed. So if you’re going to eat here at all, do lunch.

29. Drinking fountain water at Walt Disney World tastes bad and is often tepid. You can get free cups of ice water on the go from any counter service restaurant at Walt Disney World. Or, bring a Brita Water Filtered Bottle so you can filter your own water on the go!

30. Drinking Around the World? Ha! that’s old news. Try the Disney Skyliner Sip & Stroll for the latest way to drink and dine your way around Walt Disney World–without park admission!

31. If you are on the Disney Dining Plan, save your snack credits for EPCOT’s marketplace kiosks at the various festivals. The items at these kiosks can be pricey, making them a great use of Disney Dining Plan credits if you want to get plenty of bang for your buck!

32. We don’t typically recommend EPCOT dining packages for the various concerts, but Candlelight Processional at Christmas is the big exception. To avoid overpaying by too much, check out Spice Road Table, which we think is EPCOT’s Best Candlelight Processional Dining Package in terms of bang-for-buck.

33. Speaking of the holidays, several restaurants take on a different atmosphere this time of year. See our List of the Top 10 Walt Disney World Restaurants at Christmas for recommendations. We really love Biergarten at EPCOT, making it another great Candlelight Processional pick!

34. Character meals are a great way to meet characters in air conditioning and without waiting in line, but keep in mind that you do pay a premium for the characters being present at the meals.

35. The Hollywood Brown Derby is a pricey Signature restaurant (that we really like), but you can have a filling meal for under $30 while enjoying the great ambiance and trying two of their flagship menu items, the “Famous Cobb Salad” and “Brown Derby Original Grapefruit Cake.”

36. The restaurants in the Magic Kingdom Resort Area are, for the most part, far better than the restaurants in the park. Consider taking the monorail or a ferry to a nearby hotel for a midday meal break from the park.

37. If you are attending Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party or Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and want to start it out with a table service meal, book an ADR in the Magic Kingdom for between 4 pm and 5 pm. You can use these tickets to enter the park starting at 4 pm (the parties themselves start at 7 pm), making those few extra hours a great time to eat so you don’t waste precious party time on eating.

38. Gideon’s Bakehouse at Disney Springs is an incredible cookie shop that’s also very trendy and has one of the longest lines in all of Walt Disney World. We discuss whether it’s worth the wait here.

39. At Walt Disney World buffets that serve both breakfast and lunch, make the latest possible breakfast ADR and eat at a leisurely pace. You’ll be able to enjoy both breakfast and lunch options.

40. Three Bridges Bar & Grill offers great value open air dining and has waterfront views of Walt Disney World fireworks!

41. To take advantage of the “Free Dining” promotion, you forfeit a room-only percentage-off (or other) discount. For many guests, the room-only discount is better. You need to do the math to figure out whether Free Dining is the best promotion for you. There’s more analysis in our Is Free Dining Worth It? blog post. If you determine that Free Dining is the right promo for you, here are our other Walt Disney World Hotel Recommendations During Free Dining.

42. The Barbecued Brisket & Burnt Ends and Country-style Baked Meatloaf at Roaring Fork are two of the best counter service meals at Walt Disney World, making it a great midday escape from the crowds and culinary scene at Magic Kingdom.

43. Toy Story Roundup Rodeo BBQ is not a character meal! This is a common question and area of confusion (see our review to determine whether it’s for you).

44. The Great Magic Kingdom Snack Debate is Dole Whip vs. Citrus Swirl. Choose your allegiance wisely. We love both, but the unique-to-the-Magic Kingdom Citrus Swirl gets the edge. Added benefits to Sunshine Tree Terrace for the Citrus Swirl instead of Aloha Isle for the Dole Whip are the shorter line and that you can sit on a ledge by the Tiki Room, as opposed to sitting or standing by a smoking area.

45. If you’re doing the math and judging from a strict economics perspective, refillable mugs are rarely “worth it.” However, they might be worth it to you for convenience’s sake, among other things. Read our Walt Disney World Refillable Mug FAQ for more insight. SPECIAL BONUS TIP: refillable mugs can be microwaved…so there’s that!

46. Chef Mickey’s is the most popular character meal at Walt Disney World, but we think it has the worst food and a loud atmosphere. If you do go here, do breakfast–it’s much better than dinner!

47. Think outside the box! Theme parks have a reputation for being nothing but burgers and hot dogs, but at Walt Disney World, that reputation is entirely undeserved. Most of the best food in the parks, especially at counter service restaurants, is the unorthodox stuff.

48. Breakfast at table service restaurants is almost always cheaper than lunch or dinner, but so is the value of the meal. If good food is your priority (and not, say, meeting characters), we recommend avoiding table service breakfasts, with few exceptions to this general rule. Breakfast at Walt Disney World just isn’t worth it, even at the lower price points than lunch or dinner.

49. From the DisneyWorld.com Dining Page, you can click each restaurant’s name and then click ‘View Menu’ to get an idea of what they serve before your trip. Note that restaurants are known to change out some menu items with frequency, and these menus aren’t always 100% accurate–but they’re usually really close.

50. The “Sand Pail” of ice cream available at Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks is a delicious, great value that serves 3-4 people. You’re a true Sand Pail Champ if you eat it all by yourself and go in the wave pool right afterwards! (Or you’re just plain crazy.) This is a great alternative to the Kitchen Sink at Beaches & Cream, which is a lot of fun, but a little bizarre.

51. Since morning hours are the least busy time of day in the parks with the shortest wait times, considering skip table service breakfast unless you can be done with your meal before park opening.

52. Toppings bars are non-existent right now, making both Pecos Bill and Cosmic Ray’s far less desirable of restaurants. See “The Death of Pecos Bill” for more on this disappointing development.

53. If you are an international guest (or American with a smaller appetite), think twice before purchasing the Disney Dining Plan on your first visit to Walt Disney World. American portion sizes, including those at Walt Disney World, might be more than you need, and you might find yourself splitting meals among your party.

54. Via Napoli in Epcot’s World Showcase is the best pizza at Walt Disney World.

55. Request an extra (or extras) tray when dining at counter service restaurants with toppings bars. This way, you don’t have to stick together in a clump as you go through the toppings bar line.

56. You are allowed to bring food into the Walt Disney World parks, so feel free to bring your own snacks or full meals. Just no hard-sided coolers.

57. If you are staying at Pop Century, request a non-preferred room in the 60s wing, closest to the Generation Gap Bridge. This will give you easiest access to both the Pop Century and Art of Animation food courts, without paying a preferred room rate.

58. Eat at off-hours to avoid the crowds. Counter service restaurants are least busy between 2 and 4 pm, and at the end of the night.

59. 50’s Prime Time Cafe features a ‘shtick’ in which the servers are part of your family (usually older relatives of yours) who will admonish you if you don’t eat your food and will make other types of familial interactions. If this does not interest you, dine elsewhere. The servers will take the hint and leave you alone if you don’t engage in the interactions, but if you don’t care for this ambiance, there are better restaurants for you.

60. If you’re Drinking Around the World at Epcot, avoid the pre-mixed frozen drinks like the slushes in France and the Margaritas outside in Mexico…unless you like frozen sugar-water with a dash of alcohol.

61. BaseLine Tap House is a Hollywood Studios hidden gem.

62. Walt Disney World has a sponsorship with Coca-Cola, meaning you won’t find any Pepsi products on-property. Pepsi is contraband at Walt Disney World…be caught with it on property and be thrown into Mickey jail! (Okay, not really…)

63. Sanaa is the most underrated table service restaurant at Walt Disney World. It’s rarely busy, because it’s a bit of a commute out to Kidani Village at Animal Kingdom Lodge. If you make the trek, you will be rewarded with incredible ambiance and cuisine.

64. Behind and off to the side of Flame Tree BBQ, there is a somewhat-secluded waterfront seating area that offers a great view of Expedition Everest. This is one of our favorite spots in Animal Kingdom.

65. Columbia Harbour House is one of the Magic Kingdom’s better restaurants, and if you dine here, we recommend sitting in the quaint and somewhat secluded and under-utilized upstairs seating area. We love grabbing a table by the window, charging our phones, and watching the hustle and bustle of the Magic Kingdom below.

66. Sunshine Seasons and Connections Cafe at Epcot, Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom, Backlot Express in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Restaurantosaurus in Disney’s Animal Kingdom all have free, self-service drink refill stations. These are the only in-park restaurants where you can get free refills as of right now.

67. Disney uses powdered eggs at all of its counter service restaurants. We highly recommend skipping many/most egg-centric counter service meals.

68. The Mini Donuts at Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach are incredible, especially with the chocolate dipping sauce. You will eat more of these than you expect.

69. If you’re going for touring efficiency, the best time for a table service ADR is doing a late lunch, around 1:30 pm. This is when crowds in the parks peak, making it a great time to sit down and eat in the air conditioning after getting a lot accomplished in the morning and before the afternoon.

70. If you are able, we recommend dining in the West Wing at Be Our Guest Restaurant for the best experience. Just don’t sit at the table right in front of the rose, or you will constantly have people around your table.

71. ‘Ohana technically has a Magic Kingdom fireworks view, but only some tables, and kids often crowd the windows near these tables. Instead of trying to time your meal during the fireworks here, time it to be finished before they start, and head out to the beach of the Polynesian Village Resort for a much more pleasant experience.

72. Speaking of ‘Ohana, it makes our List of Overrated Table Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World for 2024.

73. In the interest of balance and non-negativity, here’s our List of Underrated Table Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World for 2024.

74. The sit-down dining at Disney Springs is largely exceptional, offering both better quality and value for money than what you’ll find in the theme parks. Check out our Best Table Service Restaurants at Disney Springs list for our top picks.

75. Tusker House (lunch) is one of the least popular character meals at Walt Disney World, but we think it has some of the best food and great atmosphere.

76. If you’re a WDW regular looking to mix things up, make a “Disney Dining Bucket List” and spend part of each trip accomplishing a certain theme on that. For example, you could focus on character meals one trip, “succulent steakhouses” another trip, and cupcakes (for snacks) another trip.

77. When traveling with kids, an early dinner reservation can be ideal. It allows you to energize for the night ahead, and not miss either parade or the fireworks!

78. Sonny Eclipse at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe is an incredibly entertaining alien (Audio Animatronics) performer who provides an experience basically unrivaled outside of Walt Disney World. If you love his act as much as I do, you can legally download the full audio here.

79. The Potato Leek Soup and French Onion Soup on the lunch menu at Be Our Guest are excellent ways to see this cool restaurant without spending a lot of money. The French Onion Soup is delicious and reasonably filling!

80. At most character meals, character attendants do not walk around with the characters to take photos. However, if you let an attendant know you’d like them to take your family’s photos in advance of the character arriving at your table, most will be happy to oblige. Or just ask guests at an adjacent table–most people are happy to help, especially if you will reciprocate.

81. Trail’s End is one of the best values for table service at Walt Disney World, and it’s an easy ADR!

82. Dining Reservations during the fireworks at California Grill are highly coveted, but window seats are limited. We recommend finishing your meal before the fireworks and going to the rooftop area outside the restaurant. Bonus: if you show your receipt from earlier in the evening, the restaurant will allow you to return and watch from this spot.

83. At Walt Disney World buffets and family-style restaurants, kids under age 3 eat for free off of a parents’ plate. This can be a huge swing in cost over the course of a trip, so book that birthday trip before their actual third birthday.

84. Flying Fish on Disney’s Boardwalk is the best seafood restaurant at Walt Disney World. They also serve a highly-regarded steak!

85. There has been an explosion in plant-based cuisine throughout WDW in the last few years. See our Vegan & Vegetarian Walt Disney World Dining Guide: How to Find Plant-Based Foods for what to eat and what to avoid.

86. If you have special dietary needs or requests that necessitate ordering off-menu or some other accommodations outside of ordering off the standard menu, make a note of it in your ADR. This way, the kitchen will be prepared when you arrive, rather than having to wing it at the last minute. The chef may even come out to speak with you and your party.

87. Many table service restaurants take ADRs right up until park closing. Make an end-of-the-night ADR and enjoy a leisurely walk out of the park after it has closed. This is especially enjoyable in Epcot’s World Showcase, where we love doing the post-closing nighttime stroll.

88. Victoria & Albert’s is the most expensive restaurant at Walt Disney World, but it is well worth the money in terms of cuisine offered. Unlike many Walt Disney World restaurants that charge a premium due to their location, this charges a premium due to its exceptional food and impeccable service.

89. Of restaurants that are not Victoria & Albert’s (it’s really in a league of its own and isn’t fair to compare to the rest), there are several Signature Restaurants is our Top Table Service Restaurant at Walt Disney World that are fantastic. Takumi-Tei and Monsieur Paul, in particular, are very highly regarded World Showcase options!

90. The waffle sandwiches at Sleepy Hollow in the Magic Kingdom are incredible, and in-between snack and entree size. We recommend ordering one of each and sharing them for the perfect mix of savory and sweet. We also highly recommend doing so via Mobile Order, as the line is often long and slow-moving.

91. Although they are not Disney-owned hotels, since they are within walking distance of Epcot, we feel it bears mentioning that the Swan & Dolphin resorts have some of the most highly regarded restaurants on-property at Walt Disney World.

92. Of the Epcot restaurants with fireworks views, La Hacienda has the best view, but they often don’t take table requests. In the Japan pavilion, Shiki-Sai: Sushi Izakaya’s view is often blocked by guests outside the windows. As such, Spice Road Table and Rose & Crown are the best options. Make late reservations that are at least 30 minutes before the fireworks, arrive early to them, and request a window table. They won’t guarantee you a window table, but this strategy is often successful.

93. While Docking Bay 7 is the best restaurant in Star Wars Land, Ronto Wraps are the addictively-good, must-have food item in Galaxy’s Edge.

94. If you are paying for the Disney Dining Plan and find yourself stocking up on Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie Treats to take home counts, you are wasting credits. Consult our Worst Uses of Disney Dining Plan Snack Credits to avoid common pitfalls.

95. Enchanted Rose Lounge is the new-ish Beauty and the Beast bar at the Grand Floridian. It’s overrated and skippable.

96. Be sure to check whether the restaurants you’re booking accept the Disney Dining Plan, as not everywhere does–and some spots require 2-credits (making them a poor value). See the Full List of Restaurants on 2024 Disney Dining Plans (and What’s Missing).

97. If you are dining at Coral Reef, we recommend arriving early to your ADR, requesting a tankside table, and indicating that you’re willing to wait for it. The difference in the experience dining tankside versus in one of the other tiers is dramatic, we think.

98. Tonga Toast is a must-try Walt Disney World breakfast item in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. It’s available in Kona Cafe, a table service restaurant, but is considerably cheaper at Captain Cook’s (counter service), so get it there.

99. If you travel during respiratory illness season–or just when the weather is nice–eating outside can be a smart or enjoyable option. See our List of the Best Outdoor Dining at Walt Disney World for top options in each park and beyond.

100. Minnie’s Seasonal Dine is a great holiday splurge. We’re particularly big fans of Minnie’s Holiday Dine at Christmas and Minnie’s Halloween Dine. With the value proposition of both Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party being more and more dubious, these meals are great alternatives.

101. Green and Blue Milk in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge are divisive drinks that are worth trying for yourself. Just know that they don’t hold a candle to Butterbeer.

Phew, that’s it…for now! The thing about Walt Disney World dining is that it’s complex, has a ton of options, and is very subjective. If you vehemently agree or disagree with any of these specific tips, or feel we are missing something essentially, sound off in the comments!

Planning a Walt Disney World trip? If you’re interested in learning more about hotels, our Walt Disney World Hotels Reviews page is a good place to start. For where to eat, try out our Walt Disney World Restaurant Reviews page. If you want to save money on tickets or determine which type you should get, read our Tips for Saving Money on Walt Disney World Tickets post. Our What to Pack for Disney Trips post takes a unique look at unconventional things you should take on your trip. Once you arrive at the parks, our Walt Disney World “Ride Guides” are great for determining what to do and when to do it. For overviews of all of these topics and so much more, the best place to start is our comprehensive Walt Disney World Trip Planning Guide to make the most of your experience!

Your Thoughts

What are your favorite Walt Disney World dining tips? Any good ones we missed? Any tips we have that you think are bad? Questions about how to put the advice here to use? Agree or disagree with our recommendations? Hearing from readers is half the fun, so please share them or any questions you have about these tips in the comments!

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