If you are heading to Walt Disney World and using one of the Disney Dining Plans, an essential part of your planning process will be figuring out what restaurants you want to go to and making reservations at those restaurants. As you decide where to eat, the number of table service credits you have may be a factor in making those decisions. Many restaurants require one table service credit. However, some dining experiences require two. These are referred to as Signature Dining experiences. There are also some shows that can be booked on the Disney Dining Plan with two table service credits.
What Restaurants Require Two Table Service Credits at Walt Disney World?
You will find the restaurants that offer signature dining experiences throughout the Walt Disney World Resorts. There is at least one in every park, at some of the resorts, and at Disney Springs. Many of these options are quite popular and well-known so if you are hoping to eat at one of them, getting those reservations as soon as you are able to will be important. Also, please note that Signature Dining locations do have a dress code for all guests.
Here is a list of restaurants by location, each of which requires two table service credits:
Cinderella’s Royal Table
Be Our Guest (dinner only)
The Hollywood Brown Derby
Walt Disney World Resorts
Jiko – The Cooking Place
Jaleo by Jose Andres
In addition to the many signature dining experiences at various restaurants, there are also some dining experiences that include shows, redeemable for two table service credits.
During the various festivals at Epcot, you may choose to dine at one of several different restaurants and then get VIP seating at one of the concerts during the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival when you reserve one of the Garden Rocks Dining Packages. During Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival, you may opt to reserve an Eat to the Beat Dining Package. Both of these options require two table service credits and you enjoy a meal at your choice of one of several restaurants in Epcot. During the holidays, you may also opt to reserve a Candlelight Processional Dining Package, also for two table service credits.
At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the Festival of the Lion King is one of the best shows available in my opinion. Now, you may utilize two table service credits at Tiffins to get VIP seating for this show. This is called the Festival of the Lion King Signature Dining Package.
There are two other dinner shows available at Walt Disney World Resorts that can be booked using two table service credits on the Disney Dining Plan. The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is a dinner show at the Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. Guests can book this dinner show using a Disney Dining Plan in seating categories 2 or 3.
At Disney’s Polynesian Resort, guests can book Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show. Like the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue, there is an option of category 2 or 3 available with the Disney Dining Plan.
Whether you are looking to have fine dining, enjoy a fantastic show or eat inside Cinderella Castle and meet some of your favorite Disney Princesses, there are many different options available for two credits on the Disney Dining Plans. Many of these offer a unique dining experience and are great choices for everyone, whether you are a foodie or a family looking for somewhere different.
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