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  • On Jan 20, 2017
    Eric from OH Asked

    I will be travelling to the park later this year and would like to be do the dining plan, but it says it only works for people 3 and older. What do I do about my one year old with a very healthy appetite?

    Get ready to chow down, Eric! Planning your magical vacation with the Disney Dining Plan makes sitting down to dinner with the Beast a breeze!

    You are completely correct, the Disney Dining Plan is for ages 3 and up! Children ages 3-9 are given child dining credits for the kid’s menu, while ages 10 and older choose from the adult menu. Disney assumes that smaller children (2 and under) will share from a parent’s plate. Seeing that you have a one-year-old with a healthy appetite, much like my daughter, you’ll be able to purchase items like a kids meal or an appetizer a-la-carte. Your family will pay out of pocket for these items, as you would for gratuities, if necessary.

    If you get the chance to dine at Be Our Guest, make sure to try that gray stuff, because it’s delicious. (If you don’t believe me, you can ask the dishes!) Bon appetit! ~Lindsey P.
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Meet the Panelist: Lindsey, Georgia

Hey, y'all! I'm Lindsey, a social media-savvy gal that wears her #Disneyside on her sleeve (along with her trading pin collection!). I'm proud to say that my husband and our two Mouseketeers share my love for the Walt Disney World Resort and all it's magic, so get ready to ask me about new things to see and do on your vacation. I particularly love sharing off-the-beaten-path activities and always encourage visitors to try something new on each trip. Adventure is out there! Learn More About Lindsey

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