-We're kind of crazy, apparently, because we're going to Disney for our honeymoon
-But we're not that crazy, because we're using a travel service
-But really we are crazy, because we're driving the whole way
After consulting The Unofficial Guide, asking friends and coworkers, and weighing our priorities, we decided we wanted to go ahead and get the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan. [That link takes you to the official Disney website which explains what's included in this plan and how it works.] I'll save you the gory details of this particular decision-making process...we have heard that this dining plan gives you way more than enough food, but we figure it's better to have too much food than not enough, and we'd rather have one less thing to need cash for while we're there.
So where will we be spending those dining credits?
Once again, The Unofficial Guide proved invaluable in deciding on Disney restaurants. They rated the food and ambiance at each restaurant, and even gave recommendations for what to order. Since Mr. Geek and I had been to Disney before, we'd already eaten at a few places, and decided we wanted to try something new. The Unofficial Guide also gave recommendations for which places need reservations in order to get a good table at a decent hour, so we made a list of all the places we definitely want to eat at and when, and gave that list to Kim from Dreams Unlimited so she can make our reservations for us.
|Cinderella's Castle at Magic Kingdom // via InteractiveWDW|
|Yak & Yeti // screen capture taken from Disney's website|
|Hollywood Brown Derby // via|
|Biergarten Restaurant // via|
|Yachtsman Steakhouse // screen capture taken from Disney's website|
|The Crystal Palace // via|
|Trail's End Restaurant // via|
|Disney's Contemporary Resort // photo via About.com|
|Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano // via|
|Les Chefs de France // screen capture from Disney's website|
Phew! That's a lot of food! Where are your favorite places to eat in Disney World? Have you ever used a Disney Dining Plan?