1. Order “Smart”
Depending on your budget and eating habits, you will want to order accordingly. If you purchase the Disney Dining Plan, do the math ahead of time to ensure you are getting the most bang for your buck. Admittedly, the plan is expensive upfront so make a point to order more expensive/high-quality menu items. For example, consider dining on the NY strip instead of the chicken salad. (You will pay the same price for either entrée on the plan, so you may as well feast like a king!) On the other hand, if you decidenotto purchase the plan, consider eating at more affordable restaurants. Also, consider drinking water or skipping dessert if you want to shave down on some out-of-pocket costs. There are plenty of options. Just take the time to figure out what is right for you!
Armed with this knowledge, you should be ready to dine at Disney in a way that will satisfy your wallet and appetite. Happy Planning!