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Walt Disney World Dining

I was SOOOO excited to see these Disney restaurants added to Restaurant.com

Kimonos – Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin
House of Blues – Downtown Disney
Il Mulino New York Trattoria – Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort
Shula’s Steak House – Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort
Todd English’s bluezoo – Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort
Garden Grove – Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resorts

I just purchased 7 certificates, valued at $175, for…drum roll….$14.00!!! Honestly, I don’t even know if I needed seven BUT for $2 each…why not? I am really excited about Kimono’s. We have had the sushi there and it is delicious!

Remember! The 80% off code SUMMER expires TONIGHT and I don’t expect the Disney restaurants to be there long. If you have never shopped through Restaurant.com, check out my tutorial HERE

Other than The House of Blues, all of these are located in The Swan and Dolphin hotels which are BEAUTIFUL! We stayed here a few years ago and can’t wait to go back. The beds are UH-MAZING (much better than the beds in the Disney Resorts). They are the only non-Disney hotels located on Disney property and are very easy to get to. They are connected by a walkway to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Epcot, the Boardwalk Resort, and the Yacht and Beach Club Resorts; none of which require walking on open roads. It is actually a really nice walk. My husband and I did this last year and really enjoyed it. Though not Disney-run hotels, the Swan and Dolphin are part of the free bus network at Walt Disney World. Direct routes are available for Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom as well as Downtown Disney. Other destinations will require transferring. You can also get there via Monorail although you could literally get there quicker on foot through Epcot. You can catch the ferry to the hotels from Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Boardwalk Inn resort, the Yacht and Beach Club resorts and Epcot.

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