By the co-author of The easy Guide to Your Walt Disney World Visit 2020, the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook series ever.

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The Comprehensive Guide to Epcot-Area Dining

By Dave Shute


The Comprehensive Guide to Epcot-Area Dining 3-14 from yourfirstvisit.netThe image rates the Walt Disney World table service restaurants in the Epcot area–in the park, and in the WDW resorts nearby.

It rates them based on both appeal to kids (up and down) and appeal to adults (right to left).

This information allows you to pick your dining choices based on kid appeal, adult appeal, or both!


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1 peggy { 01.19.13 at 7:08 pm }

hi i just booked our vacation to disney we are soo excited. i was told by friends that if i use my disney visa i can get discounts in disney. she also said i get discounts on things like behind the scenes that i book. is this true? if it is true, my disney visa is expired . we have been using our royal caribbean visa becaue we have been on a cruise. please let me know if this is true so i can reaply for my disney visa thanks

2 Dave { 01.20.13 at 8:35 am }

Hi Peggy! I don’t have a Disney visa (they turned me down!) so I don’t really track its benefits…sorry…but here’s something I found for you:

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3 Dana { 04.18.15 at 4:13 pm }

They do also have a disney debit card connected to Chase checking acct. It has basically the same perks minus earning points towards dollars that can be spent at Disney.

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