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  • On Aug 11, 2022
    Chelsea from NC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Can I split my party for dining reservations? If I want to go to one resturant and my party wants to go somewhere else?

    Hi Chelsea, and welcome back to planDisney!

    In every vacation party, it can become necessary to split up your dining preferences because everyone has different tastes. If for some reason, everyone wants to have separate dining experiences, you can certainly do that. When you make your reservation, it will ask you which guests you are making the reservation for. If you want to split up the party, be sure to include everyone on your Family & Friends List so you can manage their reservations. The good thing about having different dining experiences is that you can come together after the meal is done and discuss your likes and dislikes about what you just experienced. For my family, we will have a taste for multiple meals and I have to plan accordingly. I hope this helps.

    Please return should you have additional questions; we are here if you need us.

    Have a magical meal!

    Raquel
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Meet the Panelist: Raquel, Texas

As a mom of two children 6 years apart in age, it takes some creative planning to give each child a memorable Disney experience. Adding in a sprinkle of surprise pixie dust makes each vacation special for everyone.
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