Epcot at Dusk
  • On Nov 21, 2022
    Jennifer from IL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Does the 60 day dining reservation window mean 60 days from your first day in the park (covering your entire trip) or 60 days from the day you want the reservation?

    Hiya, Jennifer! Welcome to planDisney! 

    When it comes to planning my Walt Disney World Resort vacations, nothing makes me more excited than making a list of all the food and snacks I want to try! There's nothing better than looking forward to eating at new and favorite dining locations during your trip to The Most Magical Place on Earth. I'd love to help get all of your Donald Ducks in a row before making your advance dining reservations

    Jennifer, you can begin making advance dining reservations 60 days prior to your arrival date, starting at 6:00 AM EST. I like to have a cup of coffee ready and make sure that I'm freshly logged into my My Disney Experience account at around 5:45 AM EST. If you're staying at a Disney Resorts Collection hotel, you'll be able to make these reservations starting 60 days prior to arrival for the length of your trip (up to 10 days). If you happen to be staying off-property, you can make your reservations 60 days prior to each day you'd like a reservation.

    With so many amazing and immersive restaurants to choose from, it's important to make an advance dining reservation so you can be sure to eat at your desired dining location! For example, you may want to eat at San Angel Inn Restaurante located in the Mexico pavilion in EPCOT. This restaurant will allow you to dine under a "nighttime" sky at the base of Mayan ruins, making it a perfect respite from the Florida sun. Located right next to Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros, you'll be able to duck out of the restaurant and hop right onto a relaxing boat ride after your meal! While the other two caballeros, Panchito and José, are looking for our feathered friend Donald, you'll still be dreaming about the dulce de leche ice cream you just had for dessert. 

    If you have any other questions, such as restaurant suggestions or making your theme park reservations with the Disney Park Pass system, please visit us again! 

    Adios, amiga!
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Meet the Panelist: Michelle, Pennsylvania

Hello from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, also known as Pittsburgh! My husband and I live in a little town that we affectionately call Main Street, U.S.A. where we often find ourselves seeking out ice cream, finding new adventures, and having lightsaber battles in our backyard. While we love to travel to galaxies far, far away, we consider Walt Disney World Resort our second home and I can't wait to help you add even more magic to your Disney vacations! Learn More About Michelle

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