question about dining with large group-HELP!!

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by mrsturtle, Jul 12, 2009.

  1. mrsturtle

    mrsturtle nj mom of 2 boys

    Jul 23, 2008

    i have 2 questions actually. 1st is: Is it possible to ask for 2 tables near each other when arriving for dining? There are 2 families in our party and we would like to sit next to/near each other but not together. We would make 2 separate ADRs. I am assuming making ADRs for 2 tables would be confusing??

    2nd question: If you dine all together, is it a major pain if 1 family is on the DDP and the other is paying OOP?

    thanks for your help.
  2. Wild4Walt

    Wild4Walt DIS Veteran

    Jul 28, 2008
    You certainly can request tables close by, but depending on the time you wish to dine it may be rather difficult to get them close to each other.

    If you sit at the same table, but some are OOP, it's not a problem. We have done this before and they have done 2 seperate checks.
  3. shellybaxter

    shellybaxter Dis Veteran <br>Disney Restaurants for one hundre

    Sep 20, 2003
    Be cautioned that if they seat you "together" they may consider you a party of 6 or more and add the automatic gratuity
  4. miraged

    miraged miraged

    Mar 25, 2006
    They will do their very best to accomodate you. They truly will. If they are required to charge you more for being a larger party that would not put me off at all, I would assume they would have to have more than one server to attend you and co-ordinate the meal. and I would be more than happy to have that number of family and close friends with me. I don't think the joy of being there together has a price or even a tip that matters in the long run. That kind of love and joy has no price. My favourite memories are doing nice things at Walt Disney World for people I don't even know. but i will remember.
    have a wonderful time,
    and do something nice for someone you don't know,
  5. kaytieeldr

    kaytieeldr Post hoc, ergo propter hoc

    Jun 11, 2005
    Not "may" - will.

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