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Birnbaum's Walt Disney World Dining Guide 2011 [Paperback]

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25 Nov 2010 Birnbaum's Walt Disney World Dining Guide
The newly updated 2011 edition includes tips on how to stretch even the tightest of budgets, updates on the ever-popular Disney Dining Plan, detailed descriptions of Walt Disney World's newest eateries and meticulously researched and updated indexes to help guests select the dining destinations that best suit their needs. Fascinating food facts and secrets to the best spots for eating and enjoying the parades are included in this perfectly sized gastronomic guide to the world's most popular theme park.

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Product details

  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: DISNEY EDITIONS; Revised edition edition (25 Nov 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1423123794
  • ISBN-13: 978-1423123798
  • Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 10.2 x 20.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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1.0 out of 5 stars Sooo dissapointed 29 Jan 2011
I am so dissapointed. What a waste of money. This book describes the restaurants in a paragraph each. You can get that for free on the Disney website. Not recommended. The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World does a much better job.
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5.0 out of 5 stars You can stop searching, this is the book you have been looking for. 27 Nov 2010
By W. ANDERSON - Published on Amazon.com
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While the information found in the book is found in larger Disney guide books, this is the only book with the dinning info that is small enough to fit in a pocket and be carried all day. Since at Disney you walk a marathon each day, you really don't want to lug along one of those all inclusive phone book sized guide books, leave them in the hotel room and just carry the dinning guide with you. The listings have enough basic info on each restaurant that you will know what you are getting into and what they offer. Just got back from a trip to Walt Disney World and I would warn you that Disney has really recently jacked the food prices. Two years ago when I was last there, it wasn't so bad, but this time it was a real shocker. A hot dog and fries was $8, a burger and fries was $10-12, a fast food lunch for one, will run about $12-15. Thank goodness I packed a lot of food along for quick in the room breakfasts for a quick start in the morning and had lots of snacks along for the kids, nothing like getting back to the room after a long day and one of the kids announces that he is "starving". Ended up packing my food in my backpack (a real must at WDW) and supplementing our meals and drinking from our water bottles to keep our food costs down. Was able to keep a meal for a family of four, to about $25-35 by skipping sodas, and having the kids share an adult meal like a pizza instead of buying two kids meals for $5 each that they don't finish. Best bargain was the full size pizza at the "All Star" hotel restaurant for $14? and it fed the four of us. Another bargain is the non-Disney restaurants like the "Rainforest Café" located just outside the Animal Kingdom park, which have not jacked their prices and are now bargains compared to the Disney food services. This all makes having the Dining Guide all the more important to have, since each meal at Disney is now a major investment, if you are going to pay out big money, you should at least be able to pick a place that has food that you like.

I saw a lot of people packing in food, which I had not seen before. The high food prices also makes the Disney food plan (if you stay in a WDW hotel) more of a bargain, which I understand from conversations with WDW employees was the reason why the prices were increased, to force people into buying the food plan. There is an off season special offer where they throw in the food plan for free with a full price room, instead of offering the room 40% off normal price. Next WDW trip I am thinking of packing MREs.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Really good basic info 22 Oct 2010
By Ginger Orlich - Published on Amazon.com
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This book has really good basic info, but I was hoping for a more detailed format. I was looking for actual restaurant menus, and more info on the restaurants themselves...maybe some pictures of the restaurants and/or their food would be a real treat!
5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE THIS BOOK!!! 11 Dec 2011
By Ernesto Maldonado - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a fan of the Brinbaum guides for Disney, I found this one to be a perfecect addition to the guides I already have. Yes, in the big guides you have information about the different restaurants in "the world", but this book trumps over them for two main reasons; being as to how this is a Dinnig guide well I found it to be a little more detailed about the kind of food they sell at every place, the price range, if it is included in the Disney Dinning Plan and some comments on the service. And the other big reason is the size; it has the right size to be a "carry on" book on your next vacation, it could fit in a regular shirt pocket or a purse.
2.0 out of 5 stars Not really useful. 30 Oct 2011
By Careful Parent - Published on Amazon.com
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When I bought this I thought there would be pics of the restaurants and/or food in it but ther descriptions of what the restaurants serve and then costs are generic. You can get better information about the restaruants at Walt Disney World from [...] or other books including Birnbaums Walt Disney World book. Don't waste your money on this on, it doesn't add anything.
3.0 out of 5 stars I expected more 15 Aug 2011
By A. Grinton - Published on Amazon.com
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This was an average book describing the various restaurants within Disney World but I found it a little disappointing. I expected that it would have more "inside tips" and information that would not be found in the brochures. Not bad but just average
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