Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Jun 14, 2011
    Martha from OH Asked

    I'm trying to make ADRs & I'm getting "Please note that your party may be seated at more than one table". What are the chances that my party of 6 will actually be seated at the same table?

    Hi Martha,

    Go ahead and book those reservations.  Those  Advanced Dining Reservations are sometimes hard to get when it's a really popular restaurant or a very busy time at Walt Disney World.

    Try to arrive a little before your scheduled time and let the Castmember who is checking you in know that you want to be seated at a table together.  They will try to accommodate you each time.  This has happened to me many times during my visits to Disney, and it has never been an issue.   The worst possible scenario is that they split the group, but they will seat you at two tables that are close to each other.  Again, I wouldn't worry about it...they like making their Guests happy!

    Have a wonderful time!
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