Getting conflicting answers?

Christine

DIS Veteran
Joined
Aug 31, 1999
Officially, it's one or the other.

In practice - some people have been reporting that they've gotten both, but it's inconsistent.
Agree. Officially, you can't get a Coke and a mixed drink. But many restaurants will offer that. I never really tried. If I ordered a mixed drink, then I also ordered water. I think some place (can't remember) let me get an iced tea and a mixed drink.
 
  • MarkinNM

    NO SOUP FOR YOU!!!!
    Joined
    May 28, 2003
    Does regular dining plan include a regular drink plus alcoholic drink or instead of?
    We were on the DxDP and did not have any issues ordering both, my wife asked for iced tea and an alcoholic drink each time, this was for sit down type of meals, Ronto Roasters had the alcohol drinks with no issues....
     

    Nancyg56

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    Aug 17, 2005
    I htink some of the table service restaurants ill offer a soft beverage as well. I was given coffee after dinner and I do nto remember ever getting charged for it.
     

    Someone28624

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Feb 14, 2019
    Most character meals and dinner shows include beverages: Hoop Dee Doo, Be Our Guest, Garden Grill, etc. So there you can have an alcoholic beverage in addition to your soft drink. If dining in a resort just bring your mug and fill up. Anywhere else ask and hope. I don't think it would be an issue at most table service restaurants.
     
  • ejgonz2

    DIS Veteran
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    Jul 5, 2014
    I haven’t had any issues getting a soda or something similar in addition to an alcoholic beverage at any TS while on the DP.
     

    disney11fan

    I'm not politically correct
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    Apr 13, 2010
    No trouble with mixed drinks at Le cellier and sci for and some sea food place at Epcot or terlina
     

    Matt'sMom

    DIS Veteran
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    Jan 24, 2005
    We never ask for or anticipate double drinks on the DDP (I usually ask for a glass of water aside a mixed drink). But in our experience at TS during September 2019, our servers frequently offered an iced tea or soft drink for free, after one of us had finished our adult beverage. And at Flying Fish we were given free coffee with our desert, after having had mixed drinks with dinner (but the server did mention this is not always the case on the DDP, and we did indeed pay oop for a press pot of coffee at a different TS restaurant). So if/when you are given a second beverage free-of-charge along side an adult beverage, consider it a magical moment or extra bit of pixie dust. :D
     

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