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Old 08-12-2013, 09:41 AM   #1
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diningplan with two year old

How does the diningplan work when your travelling with a two year old. Do they order a childs meal or eat from parents plate?

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The 2 y/o won't technically be on the dining plan since they only do packages for 3 & older. You'll either have to pay out of pocket for a child's meal or let them eat off your plate. HTH!
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At buffets you can fix them their own plate, and at CRT they are given a plate free of charge. At others you can have them eat from your plate, or order a kids meal out of pocket.
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Buffets, family style, fixed price restaurants and dinner shows they eat at no charge. A la carte or CS, you can share with the child or you can purchase a meal specifically for them. If you choose to get the child a meal, then you pay for it, as children under age 3 are not considered to be on the dining plan.
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You can either pay OOP for a child's meal, or share from an adults plate, this is for restaurants with a la carte menus. Buffets you can get them their own plate from the buffet, for this reason we did mostly buffets & all you can eats when our son was under 3.
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Great info thanks all of you,

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Old 08-15-2013, 10:46 AM   #7
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what restaurants do you recommend for quick-service with small "picky" kids....lol
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what restaurants do you recommend for quick-service with small "picky" kids....lol
Picky how?

Most have typical kid food - burgers, chicken fingers, Mac and cheese, etc.
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