News! Participating Restaurants for the 2013 Disney Dining Plans Updated

Great news! Walt Disney World has now updated the 2013 Disney Dining Plan brochures with the completed list of participating restaurants.

Guests headed to Disney World in 2013 will want to check out the new information before planning their Advance Dining Reservations. These updates are effective January 1 – December 31, 2013.

To see changes to the overall 2013 Disney Dining Plan, click here!

New Restaurants on the 2013 Disney Dining Plan

Lots of new spots have opened in Disney World this year, and that means there are new restaurants on the list! Check out Be Our Guest Restaurant, Monsieur Paul Restaurant, and Splitsville with your DDP credits this year!

Interestingly, Gaston’s Tavern seems to be missing; however, this may be an oversight as we know from the Gaston’s Tavern Menu that there are DDP snack options available. We’ll watch for further updates.

See all 2013 Disney Dining Plan restaurants here!

Be Our Guest Bridge Entrance

2013 Disney Dining Plan Brochures

Quick-Service Disney Dining Plan

Standard Disney Dining Plan

Deluxe Disney Dining Plan

Premium Disney Dining Plan

Platinum Disney Dining Plan

Previously, we reported on changes (and price increases) to the 2013 Disney Dining plan. Don’t forget that Le Cellier in Epcot will now be a two-credit table-service restaurant at both lunch and dinner!

For more information, check out our Disney Dining Plan resource page.

We wish everyone happy dining in 2013! Let us know what you think about the 2013 dining plans in the comments below!


  1. Jennifer says

    I checked the 2013 brochure because I saw that Splitsville was mentioned as being on the DDP this year but I couldn’t find it under Downtown Disney. Am I missing it somewhere?

  2. Marc says

    The price increase from 2012 to 2013 seems a bit steep! Am glad that we use the Tables in Wonderland and not take the Disney Dining Plan, we get the appetizer that we like and usually don’t take a dessert. Plus the 20% savings funds the 18% gratuity.

  3. Kim LaPaglia says

    You can see the different package terms by clicking on each individual plan above. Basically, the deluxe covers three meals per day (quick-service or table-service). The Premium Plan has everything that the Deluxe plan offers with the addition of pre-paid recreation, theme park tours, admission to La Nouba, and more. The Platinum package takes it one step further by offering childcare, fireworks cruise, and more.

  4. Kim LaPaglia says

    Hi Jennifer. If you look under the Disney Dining Plans (standard and above), you’ll see Splitsville listed under Table Service restaurants, then under Downtown Disney. It’s a TS credit for lunch and dinner. :-)

  5. Kim LaPaglia says

    Hey Marc,
    The flexibility of Tables in Wonderland membership is a big-plus and works better for our family too!

  6. Tricia says

    Still trying to decide how we are doing the next trip. Husband and I love to eat good food, and it has been three years since Disney, but Deluxe is a bit high for ten days. Now I am thinking split stay….

  7. Kim says

    Hi Tricia,
    If you do a split stay, you may find it less expensive to pay for food out-of-pocket and perhaps get an annual passholder discount on your lodging and then purchase the Tables in Wonderland discount. Let us know what you decide! It’s always helpful to hear budgeting tips!

  8. Tricia says

    Thanks Kim,

    As a DVC member and Annual Pass Holder I keep thinking about TIW but, I like having my food prepaid for and not worrying about how much we are spending.

  9. Kim says

    Tricia, I hear ya. Many Disney guests like the pre-paid option as well. I would look at some menus and figure your budget. You could always pre-pay by purchasing Disney gift cards and then using them to pay for your food. Best wishes planning your next trip!

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