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  • On Nov 14, 2010
    Misty from AR Asked

    thanks for your recent advice on the stroller. You panel has been very informative to me. Two more question we have the DDP my family is not big eaters do restuarants allow you to share a meal if you are on this plan (Ex. Whispering Canyon) Also, would

    Hey, Misty! Oh, you're certainly welcome for the advice. I'm glad that you find our panel helpful in planning your Walt Disney World vacation.

    Yes, if you are on the Disney Dining Plan (DDP) and are eating at an a la carte, table-service restaurant, you can share a meal.  Guests on DDPs may not share at any restaurants that are buffets, serve family style or include entertainment such as Character Meals or Dinner Shows. That was my experience recently at The Wave restaurant at The Contemporary when we had three adult meal credits left and four adults.  My 13-year-old daughter and I shared a salad, an entree and the dessert, and of course, paid for one of our drinks out of pocket. (My husband and 16-year-old son each enjoyed an adult credit on their own!)  Plus, we've also split a kids' meal as a snack at a quick-service restaurant, too.

    Your second question was not visible to me.  Therefore, you may want to submit it again. Thanks for visiting me on the Moms Panel, and I hope you have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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