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Monet is a senior majoring in journalism at Florida Gulf Coast University. She is a Disney AP holder and a Disney College Program alum. You can find her covered in pixie dust singing along to the Festival of Fantasy parade soundtrack while dreaming about dole whips and blogging her life away.

7 Places to Get a Drink on Walt Disney World Property

Duffy Cup Beer

6. The World Showcase Honestly, you can never go wrong with any drink inside the World Showcase at Epcot! There’s a reason why so many people who turn 21 want to celebrate their birthday at Epcot by attempting to drink around the world. Many of the best drinks aren’t even in a ‘bar’ type setting, but if you’re craving that ...

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7 Places to Get a Drink on Walt Disney World Property

Abracadabar

7. AbracadaBAR This magical little bar sits at Disney’s Boardwalk and has some pretty cool drinks for you to try. It’s set as a social club in the age of magic and illusion, and that theme transfers well into the cocktails you can have. From Exilir to a Pepper’s Ghost and a Parlor Trick, there’s a little something for every ...

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7 Places to Get a Drink on Walt Disney World Property

AbracadaBar

Many people see Walt Disney World as a vacation spot strictly for families with young children. While they do visit the parks quite a bit, and probably make up a good chunk of the guests that visit yearly, Disney is not just for families with young children and there are plenty of things to do if you’re older. If you ...

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Walt Disney World Dining for Rookies – 8 Things You Simply Must Know

Fried Chicken

1. Book 180 days in advance Your best bet to eat at all of the popular restaurants on property is to book your reservations 180 days out from when you plan to dine. There’s no guarantee you’ll get every reservation, but you have a better chance of getting them than if you wait and don’t book anything at all. Navigating ...

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Walt Disney World Dining for Rookies – 8 Things You Simply Must Know

2. Check dining reservations 24 hours before you want to eat Disney World restaurants allow you to cancel your reservation up to 24 hours before the reservation time, and people are always cancelling their reservations. If you didn’t get a particular reservation, it’s really worth checking 24 hours before to see if any have popped up. My parents have gotten ...

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Walt Disney World Dining for Rookies – 8 Things You Simply Must Know

Hamburger

3. Larger party sizes have more availability Have you ever noticed that parties of 2 sometimes have a lot less options to choose from in terms of dining reservations? Yeah—there’s a reason for that. Many Walt Disney World restaurants don’t have that many two person tables, meaning that in order to accommodate you they’ll most likely be putting you at ...

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Walt Disney World Dining for Rookies – 8 Things You Simply Must Know

Disney Dining Plan

4. Research the Disney Dining Plan If you’re planning a family vacation and plan on being at Disney for a good amount of time, I’d highly suggest looking into the DDP. Disney offers a few choices based on what kind of meals you’re looking to have and how often you plan to eat. It doesn’t hurt to do a little ...

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Walt Disney World Dining for Rookies – 8 Things You Simply Must Know

Citricos

If you’re planning your very first trip to Disney World, you are absorbing a lot of information in a short amount of time. On top of figuring out where you’re going to stay, how to order your Magic Bands and which fastpasses you should be booking, you also have to think about dining—even though your trip may be months away. ...

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Walt Disney World Dining for Rookies – 8 Things You Simply Must Know

Free Water

8. Free cups of ice water at quick service locations One of the biggest mistakes I see Disney guests making is buying multiple bottles of water throughout the day. Instead of paying $3+ for a bottle of water, save that little bit of extra cash and ask for a cup of ice water at any quick, or full, service location. ...

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Walt Disney World Dining for Rookies – 8 Things You Simply Must Know

Snacks

7. Order kids meals at quick service locations If you’re grabbing a quick meal while in the parks, you may want to check out the kid’s menu before spending $11+ on a similar meal. Often times, kids meals are smaller portions of the regular menu meals and they’re significantly cheaper. They even come with a drink and a snack in ...

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