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Old 11-06-2013, 09:58 PM   #1
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TS Drink Options on the Dinning Plan

It's been a while and when I went last only had quick service dinning plan.

For Table Services meals, what options are there for drinks. I'm assuming alcoholic drinks are not included.

But for example at 50's Prime Time Cafe would Flavoured Sodas, Smoothie, Floats, Milk Shakes or Malts count as the drink option. If not could it be the dessert option?


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Old 11-07-2013, 12:30 AM   #2
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The dining plans include a non-alcoholic fountain beverage such as soda, coffee, tea, iced tea, lemonade, etc - basically beverages which typically include free refills.

Some of the Disney operated restaurants will allow additional choices, but it depends on the restaurant. We've had milk shakes, smoothies, virgin cocktails, pressed pot coffee and after dinner coffees. If you see something on the menu, you will have to ask because it varies with the restaurant/server.

The third party restaurants are less likely to offer anything, but the standard fountain beverages because they are reimbursed by Disney according to the rules of the dining plan.

You are correct that alcoholic beverages are not included in the dining plan, except at the dinner shows. Also, the plan does not include any drinks that come in souvenir glasses or have glow cubes/characters. These would have to be paid for OOP.
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Many of the Disney owned restaurants will include the smoothies as part of your drink. From my experience I have always got one from Flying Fish, Mama Melrose, Kona Cafe, Le Cellier, Coral Reef, and some more I can't think if right now
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Old 11-08-2013, 05:07 PM   #4
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You can do milkshakes and flavored sodas as your drink at both 50s and Primetime. You can also do milkshakes as your dessert.
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