Why a blog about what we ate on Disney’s Quick (Counter) Service Dining Plan?
When we decided to go with the Quick Service Dining Plan for our trip to Disney World, I had one concern: I didn’t want to eat burgers and chicken nuggets for seven days straight.
In fact, I was paranoid about it. I began researching on this crazy thing called the internet.
There is a ton of information out there about everything to do with Disney World. I found forums, insider information, sites, all kinds of stuff.
While I gleaned a little here and there about the Quick Service Dining Plan that gave me hope for some variety in our diet for the week, I couldn’t find much in one place about it.
Here’s the thing. Most of the people who write about Disney World . . . are Disney fanatics. They go to Disney regularly and know all of the ins and outs and likely don’t need to stand in the middle of a moving crowd while turning a park map around and around trying to figure out where to head next.
(Like I did.)
These people go to Disney for the nuances. And one of the big nuances at Disney is the dining. The dining in the table-service restaurants. Counter service options are generally an after thought for Disney fanatics.
Sooo, since I’m a blogger anyway and know how the whole start-a-blog thing works, I decided I would create this mostly static site that would answer the questions I had when I was planning my trip, and that perhaps some others would have when planning their trips.
Here are a few of the questions I had:
- Is it possible to have variety when using the Disney Quick Service Dining Plan?
- How exactly does the plan work?
- Are the two meals and two snack credits a day enough?
- What does the food look like? Is it nasty park-food like I’ve had at other amusement parks (non-Disney ones, of course)?
So, are we glad we chose Disney World’s Quick (Counter) Service Dining Plan? Go find out!