June 23, 2017

Walt Disney World: 4 Must-Read Dining Guides

what we ate with mickeyIf you’re thinking about a trip to Walt Disney World, there’s no doubt that eating out and meeting up with favorite characters will be a part of your daily agenda. Before you go, take a look at these four guides (well, three, plus a really good blog post that should be a guide) to help you best organize your dining experiences at Walt Disney World.

What We Ate with Mickey: Free today only (6/12), grab this e-guide to Disney’s Quick Service Dining Plan if you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World. Inside you’ll find a pictorial tour of everything Dana White’s family ate during a recent stay, including best bets and dining tips for your next Disney trip. For more from Dana, check out her blog, A Slob Comes Clean.

56 Must Read Disney Dining Secrets: Not technically an ebook, but it should be since you’ll find so many fabulous tips to help you eat well, eat where you want and save money in the process. If you’re gearing up for a Disney vacation, you’ll also want to check out The Disney Food Blog for more tips and must-knows about dining at Walt Disney World.

Birnbaum’s Walt Disney World Dining Guide: Inside this 160-page guide, you’ll find handy tips to help you figure out where to eat and map out your meals during your stay at Walt Disney World. Look for honest advice, a listing of restaurants participating in the dining plan, including new ones, and even pictures to help you make your decisions.

Walt Disney World Character Meals and Fun Restaurants: Where to Find Them, How to Book Them and What to Expect: Boy, that’s a long name for a book, but it’s packed full of what you need to know when taking little ones to eat and meet their favorite characters. Just $2.99, this ebook has helpful hints and what you need to know about character meals and best-bet restaurant across Walt Disney World.

Do you have any dining tips for eating out at Walt Disney World? Let me know in the comments section.

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