Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by poohfriend, Mar 4, 2010.
can I send my teen daughters (WELL behaved) to CRT without me?
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I would just call dining and ask.
Denise in MI
How old are they?
My best friend and I ate at Ohana by ourselves when we were 18. No one questioned it, we just charged the meal to our KTTW card.
I can't imagine there being any kind of restriction on teenagers dining alone. That is so outside my way of thinking I can't even wrap my head around it.
I went to Cali grill w/ my boyfriend when i was 16. We woulda never thought of calling to check to see if were allowed!
I would *think* that the age to eat alone is probably same as the age required to be wandering around the park unsupervised--which is 10 years old.
I asked about teens dining by themselves about a month ago and got the same answer. I am taking my dd (15) and her bff/cousin (16) on our upcoming trip. They are extremely well behaved and this was a special trip to celebrate their 16th birthdays. So, we are planning on letting them have 2 dinners by themselves with us close by. Everyone has cell phones and we are on the DDP, so I am not too worried about it. Everyone that answered my questions about it earlier made me feel like it would be just fine.
I made an ADR two years ago for my daughter and niece (14 & 13), because I couldn't get my niece added to my LeCellier ADR, the CM said it was fine, it was for Rose and Crown. Now in the end, I cancelled it and they were able to eat with us.
They should have no problem dining alone, especially if they of high-school age. I can't imagine anybody even questioning them being at the restaurant alone.
By the time kids are 15 or 16, they are regularly dining out alone with friends at home. I see no reason why that would be unacceptable at Disney.
We sent our 13-year-old boys by themselves to dinner at Tony's while we went to V&A. It was not a problem and they had fun.
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