How to survive for an 8 PM dinner show ?

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  1. pooh2001

    pooh2001 been there, done that, TRYING to go back

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    If you see an 8 PM dinner show - how to you hold off hunger ?
    We can get a discount at the later shows - but to eat dinner at 8:30 PM is a bit to late for our kids (ages 11 & 15)
     
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  3. snomofinn

    snomofinn Queen of MY castle

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    :cool1: For us 8:00 would be great..when were in Disney, we tend to eat dinner later. Our kids 13 and 20 have no problem eatting late. They usually grab a light snack around 4 or 5 and that holds them over. popcorn::
     
  4. Aimeedyan

    Aimeedyan <font color=blue>Why get all excited about somethi

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    8pm is a great dinner time for us, actually.

    Now, we did the 930 HDDR last year and we opted to have appetizers at the bar in the WL about 7pm so we wouldn't be starving. Worked out great!

    Why don't you just move your meals up a little? Eat breakfast around 9am, eat lunch between 1-2, and eat dinner at 830?
     
  5. Stacerita

    Stacerita DIS Veteran

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    Eating late for us is not really a problem at WDW. The 3 hour time difference helps us. So eating at 8 is actually an early dinner time for us. I would just adjust my day so I wouldn't be starving before the dinner. Eat a later lunch or have a snack to hold you. And at 11 &15 they should be able to snack and hold off till 8.
     
  6. sarah4770

    sarah4770 DIS Veteran

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    In august we had 2 big breakfasts, one at cape may, the other at yacht club galley. They held us all day.
     

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