Planning dining - thoughts?
We will be staying at the Wilderness Lodge for 14 nights. We will be on the dining plan. I am in the middle of making dining reservations. I found last trip we had surplus quick service left at the end of the holiday due to days we had outwith Disney. This time I want to avoid this. I will be doing 1 table service breakfast and 2 signature dinners. We tend to use our snacks for breakfast each day. We will have 4 days outwith Disney at Discovery Cove, Sea World, Legoland and Aquatica.
From experience would you advise a TS or QS after a day at Discovery Cove or Legoland?
Not really finding this part of planning the holiday to be a lot of fun.:confused3 Would be interested to hear your thoughts.
I would just eat at Roaring Fork (WL quick service) for your days not at Disney, we have not done Lego land but whenever we leave property that what we do...
I would choose Artist Point as one of your signatures really fantastic restaurant right at your resort :thumbsup2
I also really love Jiko, Flying Fish, and Hollywood Brown Derby :)
My Favorite 1 credit restaurants are Boma, Sanaa, Yak and Yeti, Whispering Canyon :thumbsup2
Thanks for the advice re days out of disney. We have a car so could always head for Downtown Disney. I liked Cooke's of Dublin and WPE. I have heard that Roaring Forks is much better than Beach Club (we were at Yacht Club last time).
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