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Using the Dining Plan at Value and Moderate Resorts

The Dining Plan makes life so much easier while you’re in the parks, but it can also be used at all of the Walt Disney World Resorts. Whether guests have the Quick Service Dining Plan or the Disney Dining Plan, value and moderate Resorts have countless dining options to choose from. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks are always served at the quick service locations at all of these resorts. For guests who would rather eat on the go, the quick service locations also offer lots of grab-and-go options to bring with you. Don’t forget that all dining plans include a resort refillable mug that is good for your entire length of stay! That means you can fill up your cup at any quick service location at your resort as often as you would like.

Value Resorts offer some of the largest selections of quick service offerings out of all of the Walt Disney World Resorts. While these resorts may only have quick service restaurants, they have so many different options to choose from and are set up by stations that include grab and go options, pizza, sandwiches, salads, pasta—whatever you’re craving, you most likely can find it! For a quick and easy snack or meal, the pool bars at each resort also offer a limited selection of salads, sandwiches, and snacks.

  • Art of AnimationLandscapes of Flavor (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)The Drop Off Pool Bar

  • Pop Century

    • Everything Pop (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    • Petals Pool Bar

    • All Star MusicIntermission Food Court (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    • Singing Spirits Pool Bar

  • All Star Movies

    • World Premiere Food Court (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    • Silver Screen Spirits Pool Bar

  • All Star Sports

    • End Zone Food Court (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    • Grandstand Spirits Pool Bar

Moderate Resorts When making the jump from a value resort to a moderate resort, not only are your rooms a little bit bigger, you are also receiving more dining options! Moderate Resorts have large quick service locations that feature multiple stations to choose from, but they also have table service restaurants. Most moderate resorts also have some form of a “lounge” that serves drinks and a limited food menu in addition to their pool bar. Snack credits can be used in most grab and go locations, quick service locations, and cafes along with most pool bars that feature items like, but not limited to single servings of pretzels, chips, and ice cream.

  • Caribbean Beach Resort

    • Spyglass Grill (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    • Banana Cabana (pool bar/lounge)

    • Centertown Market (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    • Centertown Market Grab and Go (Quick Service Grab and Go Options)

    • Sebastian’s Bistro (Table Service Dinner)

  • Port Orleans Riverside

    • Riverside Mill Food Court (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)

    • River Roost (Lounge)

    • Muddy Rivers (Pool Bar)

    • Boatwright’s Dining Hall (Table Service Dinner)

  • Port Orleans French Quarter

    • Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory (Quick Service Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)

    • Scat Cat’s Club (Lounge)

    • Scat Cat’s Club (Cafe)

    • Mardi Grogs (Pool Bar)

  • Coronado Springs Resort/Gran Destino Tower

  • Table Service Restaurants

    • Toledo Tapas, Steak and Seafood (Signature Dining- Dinner)

    • Three Bridges Bar and Grill at Villa del Lago (Dinner - does not require dining reservations)

    • Rix Sports Bar and Grill (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)Maya Grill (Dinner)

  • Quick Service

    • El Mercado de Coronado (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    • Cafe Rix (snack credits)

    • Siestas Cantina (Lunch, Dinner, pool bar)

  • Bars/Lounges

    • Dahlia Lounge

    • Barcelona Lounge

    • Laguna Bar

Commonly Asked Questions:

What does a quick service meal include?

A quick service meal will include one complete meal and one single serving beverage. Adults 21 and older can choose a single serving alcoholic beverage for no additional cost. Keep in mind that your dining plan comes with a resort refillable mug. To get the most value, choose an alcoholic beverage, juice, milk, or a specialty beverage with your meal.

What does a table service meal include?

A table service meal will include different items depending on the restaurant you choose to dine at. At an à la carte restaurant, a meal will include one entrée, one dessert, and one beverage. At a buffet, one meal will include a full buffet and a beverage. At a family-style restaurant, the meal will include one family-style meal and a beverage. Keep in mind that at buffets and family-style restaurants, dessert is already included with your meal. Guests 21 and older can choose to enjoy an alcoholic beverage as their drink at no additional cost.

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