The Disney Dining Plan 2013 does not have many changes to the structure of the plans. Most of the changes are in the restaurants. Here is what you need to know for Disney Dining Plans 2013.
Quick Service Disney Dining Plan 2013
When free dining plans are offered, this is the dining plan typically offered for value resorts.
2 quick service meals, 1 snack per person per night of your stay. It will also include 1 resort refillable mug per person to be filled for free throughout your stay at your resort only.
$37.58 per night ages 10 and up
$14.32 per night age 3 to 9
Disney Dining Plan 2013 (also called Plus Dining)
When free dining is offered this is the plan typically offered with moderate, deluxe, or deluxe villa resorts.
1 table service , 1 quick service, and 1 snack per night per person plus 1 resort refillable mug per person.
$55.59 per night ages 10 and up ($56.94 during peak season)
$17.16 per night age 3 to 9 ($18.16 during peak season)
Deluxe Disney Dining Plan 2013
Remains unchanged at 3 meals (no difference between quick service and table) and 2 snacks per person per night and 1 resort refillable mug per person.
$99.97 per night ages 10 and ($102.27 during peak season)
$26.84 per night ages 3 to 9 ($8.91 during peak season)
Some of the changes for Disney Dining 2013 involving the restaurants include:
Le Cellier Steakhouse at Epcot is now 2 table service credits at both lunch and dinner. Although they are not written in yet, it is likely that the Rainforest Cafe (at both Animal Kingdom and Downtown Disney) and T-Rex Cafe in Downtown Disney will be included in the Disney Dining 2013. The Be Our Guest restaurant located in the New Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom will be serving Quick Service meals at lunch and Table service meals at Dinner.
You can read all about the Disney Dining plan in the Disney Brochure. Need help deciding which Disney Dining Plan 2013 is right for your? Check out our Disney Dining Plans 2013 recommendations to help you find the right one.