Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Mar 18, 2013
    Ritva from NJ Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We're coming to WDW in June. We have a 3yr old & 4 mos old. We dont know what to do for table service since he cant sit in a highchair. We have a double stroller, would the restaurant let us to bring that in if hes sleeping in it or do we have to hold

    Hi Ritva,

    Most restaurants in Walt Disney World, just like anywhere, simply do not have room to accommodate a double stroller among the tables. A carriage that has a car seat carrier for an infant would work well since you could simply scoop up a sleeping baby in the carrier and bring him to your seat. If your little prince is asleep when you arrive at a table service restaurant, explain your situation to the Cast Member at the podium. You may find there is a way to make room for your stroller, but I would plan on carrying your sleepy little guy to the table due to the space restrictions in most restaurants. A double stroller blocking the way would be a hazard for servers, characters, and guests.
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