Holiday Dining Hours extended


#1

For all of you who will be at WDW during Thanksgiving and Christmas, here are the extended operating hours for some of the restaurants:

Thanksgiving Extended Hours Nov. 17-25, 2012
[B]Boma[/B]
Offer dinner from 4:00pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
Thanksgiving Day (11/22) standard holiday hours
[B]Cape May Café[/B]
Offer breakfast until 11:30am (1⁄2 hour later)
Offer dinner from 4:30pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
Thanksgiving day (11/22) standard holiday hours
[B]Chef Mickey’s[/B]
Offer dinner from 4:00pm (1 hour earlier)
Thanksgiving day (11/22) standard holiday hours
[B]‘Ohana[/B]
Offer breakfast until 11:30am (1⁄2hour later)
Offer dinner from 4:30pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
Thanksgiving day (11/22) standard holiday hours

[B]Whispering Canyon[/B]
Offer dinner from 4:30pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
Thanksgiving day (11/22) standard holiday hours
[B]Mickey’s Backyard BBQ[/B]
Additional Shows 11/20 and 11/27
Thanksgiving day(11/22) standard 2 extra shows
[B]1900 Park Fare[/B]
Offer breakfast until 11:40am (1⁄2 hour later)
Offer dinner from 4:00pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
[B]California Gril[/B]l
Offer dinner from 5:00pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
[B]Le Cellier[/B]
Offer dinner until 9:30pm (1⁄2 hour later)
[B]The Garden Grill[/B]
Offer dinner from 3:00pm (1 hour earlier)
[B]Rose & Crown[/B]
Offer dinner until 9:30pm (1⁄2 hour later)

Christmas Extended Hours Dec. 16-31, 2012
[B]Boma[/B]
Offer dinner from 4:00pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
Christmas day (12/25) standard holiday hours
[B]Cape May Café[/B]
Offer breakfast until 11:30am (1⁄2 hour later)
Offer dinner from 4:30pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
Christmas day (12/25) standard holiday hours
[B]Chef Mickey’s[/B]
Offer breakfast until 12:30pm (1 hour later)
Offer dinner from 4:00pm (1 hour earlier)
[B]‘Ohana[/B]
Offer breakfast until 11:30am (1⁄2 hour later)
Offer dinner from 4:30pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
[B]Whispering Canyon[/B]
Offer dinner from 4:30pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)

Christmas day (12/25) standard holiday hours

[B]Mickey’s Backyard BBQ[/B]
Additional Show 12/18 and Christmas day 12/25 (1 show)
[B]1900 Park Fare[/B]
Offer breakfast until 11:40am (1⁄2 hour later)
[B]Offer dinner from 4:00pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
California Grill[/B]
Offer dinner from 5:00pm (1⁄2 hour earlier)
[B]Le Cellier[/B]
Offer dinner until 9:30pm (1⁄2 hour later)
[B]The Garden Grill[/B]
Offer dinner from 3:00pm (1 hour earlier)
[B]Rose & Crown[/B]
Offer dinner until 9:30pm (1⁄2 hour later)

As of today (April 11, 2012), dining reservations can only be made through the beginning of October, but hopefully this list gives you a head start on planning your holiday vacation!


#2

Awesome info, Iris. I re-posted this on my page with a big thanks to you. Hope you don’t mind!:heart:


#3

Spoodles isn’t offering extended hours…and it never will. :crying:


#4

heck no I don’t mind. I am suppose to send it out to “my online friends” so I do and then you’re suppose to run with it. With this insidEARS they get all sorts of free marketing

:glare: I think we are informing everyone right out of quiet times at Disney


#5

[QUOTE=Dopey;1107184]heck no I don’t mind. I am suppose to send it out to “my online friends” so I do and then you’re suppose to run with it. With this insidEARS they get all sorts of free marketing

:glare: I think we are informing everyone right out of quiet times at Disney[/QUOTE]

That is more quiet time for me…lol They have discounts for summer up until the week before I get there, then nothing until the day I leave. I seriously am banking on that keeping the crowds away!


#6

[QUOTE=Dopey;1107184]heck no I don’t mind. I am suppose to send it out to “my online friends” so I do and then you’re suppose to run with it. With this insidEARS they get all sorts of free marketing

:glare: I think we are informing everyone right out of quiet times at Disney[/QUOTE]

Given how many people I regularly help in saving their vacation, I don’t think enough people know how to plan for WDW. (You telling me there’s more than one park down there? What’s the dining plan? We like to sleep in on vacation.) Quiet time is safe.


#7

good, we’ll go with that. How about the shtoopid question “what do you do after you’ve done all the rides?”


#8

“Is there really that much to do there? We were planning on seeing it all in a couple of days and then going to Universal.”