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  • On Jul 5, 2023
    Janice 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.

    Hi,ADR is pretty soon, we are staying at POFQ and Poly,can we make them for the whole trip or do we have to start over for Poly? Never had to do it this way :-) Trying out new restaurants this time!! Hope to get the ones we want.Thanks for all your help!!

    Aloha, Janice!

    Welcome back to planDisney and mahalo for bringing us your Walt Disney World Resort vacation planning question. I'm excited to hear that you're planning another visit to The Most Magical Place on Earth! Janice, you'll be staying at one of my favorite Disney Deluxe Resort hotels: Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. The theming, location, and dining options available at this tropical oasis make it my favorite place to stay when visiting the Walt Disney World Resort!

    Soon, it'll be time to make dining reservations for your upcoming trip - are you ready!? Guests of Disney Resort hotels can make dining reservations starting 60 days before their scheduled arrival. Janice, since you have two separate Resort hotel reservations at two different locations, you'll also have two separate 60-day dining reservation windows. (Sometimes, Resort hotel reservations can be "linked" together, but only if they are at the same location and of the same room type.) Your first dining reservation window opens 60 days before you arrive at Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter and your second 60-day window opens 60 days before you check in at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. Janice, this might mean two early wake-up calls for you, but it'll all be worth it when you sit down for the many incredible table-service meals you've reserved!

    Janice, my family loves trying out new restaurants during our Walt Disney World Resort vacations. Of course, we always return to our familiar favorites, like Steakhouse 71, Garden Grill Restaurant, 'Ohana, and Liberty Tree Tavern. However, we do make a point to visit at least one or two dining locations that are "new to us" each visit!

    Since you'll be staying at two Disney Resort hotels with fabulous dining offerings, I want to share a few quick-service recommendations that are "not-to-be-missed" in my opinion. At Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter, swing by Scat Cat's Club for some fresh, warm Mickey-shaped beignets. When the Cast Members ask you which dipping sauce(s) you'd like, be sure to order both the strawberry sauce and the chicory chocolate ganache. Dip them both together for a delectable chocolate-covered strawberry-like treat! Once you move to Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, I recommend an order of Poly Chips from Capt. Cook's, which pairs well with a Skipper Sipper from Trader Sam's Tiki Terrace. (This snack combo is my "go-to" for enjoying Movies Under the Stars or the Electrical Water Pageant!)

    Janice, I hope you find this information helpful. I'd like to wish you an enchanting visit to The Most Magical Place on Earth and an absolutely wonderful Resort hotel "split-stay!" If you have any additional questions, stop back by planDisney again anytime. We're here to help you make the most of your Walt Disney World Resort vacation!

    Magic awaits,

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Meet the Panelist: Lauren, Michigan

Hello friends! I'm Lauren M. from the Mitten State. I'm a mom, scientist, runDisney enthusiast, Disney Vacation Club Member, and self-proclaimed connoisseur of Disney snacks! For my family, it's a mix of both new and nostalgic that keeps us returning to the Walt Disney World Resort year after year. Throughout my life, I've been fortunate enough to experience many milestones and unforgettable moments at Disney Destinations and I can't wait to help you make magical vacation memories of your own! Learn More About Lauren

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