View Full Version : Are Appetizers Included on the Deluxe DDP?
09-01-2007, 11:01 AM
I know appetizers aren't included on the regular DDP in 2008, but will they be included with the deluxe plan? TIA.
09-01-2007, 11:15 AM
This is from the Dreams Unlimited Website:
2008 Magic Your Way Package Plus Deluxe Dining
The Magic Your Way Package Plus Deluxe Dining offers you three meals a day at a wide variety of participating Disney restaurants.. And as a Disney Resort Guest, all the Disney Resort benefits are available to you.
This package includes:
* Stay 1 -10 nights at a Disney Resort
* Magic Your Way Base Ticket
* This package includes everything listed in the starter Disney package
Includes the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan:
Choose from participating Disney restaurants.
For each night of your package stay you will enjoy three meals per person, per night at a choice of:
Table Service Restaurants
Full buffet & non-alcoholic beverage
Appetizer, entree, non-alcoholic beverage and dessert (except at breakfast)
Quick Serve Restaurants
One entree OR one complete Combo Meal
One dessert (Lunch or Dinner) or one juice (breakfast)
One single serving of a non-alcoholic beverage
2 Snacks Choice of: a frozen novelty ice cream, popsicle or fruit bar, single serving grab bag of Frito Lay's chips, one 20 oz. bottle of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite or Dansani Water, single piece of whole fruit, medium fountain soft drink or apple juice
Resort Refillable Drink Mug 1 per person, per package
09-01-2007, 11:21 AM
Thanks. So a TS breakfast includes an appetizer as well? If I have the deluxe DDP, I'd definatly be doing some TS breakfasts other then buffets, like Boatwright's and Kona. So I'd get an entree and an appetizer?
09-01-2007, 11:26 AM
Theoretically, yes, but I don't think any breakfast menus have an appetizers section
09-01-2007, 12:04 PM
Theoretically, yes, but I don't think any breakfast menus have an appetizers sectionIt looks like both Kona and Boatwrights do. It's not even that I really need appetizers at breakfast, I just want to eat at those two restaurants since I want to try the sweet potato pancakes at Boatwrights and the macadamia nut - pineapple pancakes at Kona, and I noticed both of those menus have appetizers.
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