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Old 04-23-2013, 10:49 PM   #1
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FSFB Hours Info

I'll be headed to Disney in a month to work in FSFB. I was researching different restaurants and I noticed a lot of them didn't offer breakfast. So I was curious, if you get a restaurant that is only open for dinner service, do you strictly work nights? Or are there tasks for FSFB people that you also get morning/noon hours to work?

I really would like to work in a place that is open all day to have flexibility of working both days and nights. But If I don't get one, I'll definitely still enjoy it. Was just curious about how the hours worked for FSFB.
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Old 04-24-2013, 09:02 AM   #2
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There are few Full-service restaurants that serve breakfast. The majority are either QSR or Buffet (Ohana, Boma, etc.).

Unfortunately, you wont find out until you get to casting.
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Old 04-24-2013, 09:36 AM   #3
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Additionally there are very few "dinner only" locations if any. Almost all serve lunch starting at 11am. With prep time I'm sure shifts start at these locations before 10 am.

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I worked FSFB for my first program at Coral Reef Restaurant in Epcot. The restaurant only served lunch and dinner, and was opened from 11:30am-9pm. The earliest I ever had to be there was 11am (unless we had a meeting, then it was 10:30am), and the latest I ever stayed was 10:30pm. However, if you end up getting trained as a General Teller (which I did), depending on how your particular restaurant operates, you could be there as late as 1am on the days you GT.
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