Walt Disney World Dining

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Posters on the DISboards are reporting that the "Hot Cheese Sauce" (also known as "plastic cheese") that can be found on condiment bars at several counter-service restaurants has been removed.  This was previously available at Cosmic Ray's, Casey's Corner and Pecos Bill's, among others.  It may be available behind the counter if guests request it, but there's no indication if this is a permanent possibility or if that supply will go away too. This is the second time the cheese has been removed; the first was a few years ago after Disney was sued when a young boy's lip was burned by the hot cheese.

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NOTE: The age range for children's dining at the Disney restaurants, buffets, dinner shows and character dining is 3 - 9. The Disney Girl's Perfectly Princess Tea Party is 3 - 11 and the Wonderland Tea Party is ages 4-12.



Seasonal Disney World Dining Information

During seasons of high demand, Disney raises the prices at most of the prix fixe restaurants.

Below are the restaurants where you can expect to pay more. On average, it's $4.00 more per person ages 10 and up, $2.00 more per child ages 3 -9.


NOTE: This list is subject to change without notice and does not exclude other dining venues. There is no impact on guests using the Disney Dining Plan.