Mom And Son On Run
  • On Jul 24, 2011
    Cynthia from ON Asked

    Our dining plan covers 1 quick service, 1 snack, and 1 table service. I was wondering if reservations are required for the quick service meals(used for lunch) or just the table service meals(used for supper)?

    Not only are reservations for quick-service meals not required, Cynthia, they are not accepted.  Quick-service restaurants serve guests on a first-come basis.  It is recommended, though, that you make dining reservations for any table-service meals your family is interested in.  Some table-service restaurants can accept walk-ins, but the only way to ensure a table is to make reservations.  Also, just so you know, you are not required to use your quick-service meal credits for lunch; you are free to opt for a sit-down lunch at a table-service restaurant if you so desire.  In that case, you could visit a quick-service location for dinner.  Or you could use two table-service credits in one day and two quick-service credits the next day.  It's completely up to you.  I hope that helps!
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