Most Common Party/Table Sizes


#1

Hello all! I am working on ADRs for a party of 7 for last minute trip 1/25-1/28.

The party of 7 has me wondering if it would be best to search for party of 8, parties of 6+1, parties of 5+2, parties of 4+3? What is most commonly available?

I have been able to score parties of 3 for some reason at BOG breakfast and lunch, both at later times than I'd like, but workable I think.

Are pre-RD ADR at BOG, around 820 still worth it with the new opening scheme? I pretty much just want early access for photo opps! :wink:


#2

I've wondered this myself. I've had a hard time with 5 at times, and with 3 at times. I've instead searched for 6 and 4 with good results. For a couple of them, I ended up booking that way. I think as long as most of my party is there, it won't be an issue. And if it is, then I will pay the $10 if I have to. My point is, change your party size and you will find some open ADR's that you wouldn't find otherwise.


#3

Think of it as even numbers. tables for 2, tables for 4, etc. They have to put a party of 3 at a table designed for 4. Even round tables are designed in even numbers.


#4

I had the same issue when trying to make reservations for my group of 11 people. Each restaurant has a different maximum number that they will allow on 1 reservation. I found the link below useful. It lists each restaurant and the maximum party size you can book.

http://wdwprepschool.com/booking-large-groups-for-dining-at-disney-world/