Cinderella Castle 50th Night
  • On Oct 24, 2022
    Julie from Sussex Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, Do you offer indoor seating if a customer wished to bring their own food? I ask as I have Multiple Sclerosis, and don't want to sit outside eating, if it's raining/windy/too hot etc, or be pushed into buying restaurant food only.

    Hi Julie,

    Welcome to planDisney and thank you for your question! 

    I completely hear you, sometimes eating in the elements can be a bit challenging, but Hakuna Matata! Many of the Quick Service dining locations have either some sort of covering or you can focus on places that allow you to eat inside. Let me give you a few ideas! 

    In Magic Kingdom Park, I love going to either Casey’s Corner or Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café. Casey’s Corner has a few tables and chairs inside very close to where you pick up your food. Maybe send someone in your party over to scout out seats while you’re ordering the food. For Cosmic Ray’s, there’s a ton of indoor seating! 

    In Disney’s Animal Kingdom, there are places like Restaurantosaurus, Satu'li Canteen and Pizzafari that have indoor dining. You should also check out Flame Tree Barbecue, though the seating is outdoors, there are multiple shaded pavilions where you can eat and are a great place to relax. I personally think these seats at Flame Tree Barbecue are Animal Kingdom’s best kept secret!

    For EPCOT try the new Connections Eatery at the front of the Park and for Disney’s Hollywood Studios, think about somewhere like Backlot Express or Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

    Of course, you can also head to Table Service restaurants and places that require a reservation, but the above are just a few places that you can stop when you’re on the move! Many of the above locations have mobile ordering, which allows you to place your order on your phone through the My Disney Experience mobile app (check before heading over). This is SUPER helpful because as your food is being made, you and your party can look for a seat. 

    One final tip: try to do lunch or dinner at different times to avoid the crowds. For example, if you’re ready for lunch, try eating earlier at 10:30 or 11:00 a.m. This might save you time so you’re not waiting too long to receive your food!

    I know that was a ton of info, but I hope this “Bit By Bryanna” is helpful as you prepare for your next holiday at the Walt Disney World Resort. If you have any other planning or vacation questions, please feel free to reach out, I’m always happy to help!

    The Magic Is Calling,

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Meet the Panelist: Bryanna, North Carolina

Welcome to planDisney! My name is Bryanna and I am a "Disney-lifer". I have traveled to the Walt Disney World Resort since my toddler years and I have not been able to get enough of the magic. Whether we are at the one of the Walt Disney World Theme Parks or a Disney Resorts Collection Hotel, it is a way to escape every day life. I have planned many family vacations and now it is my turn to help you. Through my experienced lens, I take joy in being a part of your magical journey! Learn More About Bryanna

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