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  • On Apr 29, 2012
    Chandra from MO Asked

    When making dinner reservations do you count children under two in the party count for the night?

    Hello, Chandra!

    Yes, you should count children under the age of two in your dinner reservations at WDW for two reasons: fire code and table size.

    Little princes and princesses count when the Fire Marshal is looking at the capacity of a restaurant, so you want to be sure to include the little one in your reservation. In addition, any little ones under two will still need a space at the table (they'll want to sample the flavors as well as chime in on the conversation, I'm sure) so including them in your reservation will also ensure that you'll have the space for the high chair / booster seat.

    Have a wonderful time! Send more questions as you think of them! We love to help! :-)
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