My guess is no, you don't have to be a guest. I have not eaten there, but I am 99.9% sure(unless something has changed) that the most of the eateries in the resort are open to the public. The exceptions are:
1. Club 33 and 1901 do not allow the public and require membership
2. Concierge lounges in the Disney hotels, are only for people staying in a concierge of that specific hotel.
3. Different Bars, located in the resort, where you must be 21 and older to eat at.
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Definitely not! Never stayed at any of Disney's hotels, but I have been to White Water Snacks multiple times. As KellyMcG86 said, the food is pretty decent and not usually crowded. My favorite thing to get is the chicken nachos!
The Mickey Waffle was two small bricks, hard as a rock. The best waffle is at Storytellers , order from the kitchen ,don`t get the waffle from the buffet. You don`t have to be a resort guest to eat at the resort restaurants except for the Clubs
. . . but the key word here is snacks. I would put it on par with 7-11
The 7-11s in your area must be a little bit better than ours. The name says "Snacks," but you're still in the Grand Californian, so it's an attractive, upscale woodsy atmosphere for a "snack bar." We like to hang out in the Grand Californian's lobby after we eat.
The kids meals at Whitewater Snacks have the same bad, microscopic burgers as the rest of the resort,
but we also get the fruit plate, and I've had delicious grown-up burgers and (healthier) chicken sandwiches here. Nice staff too! They bring your order to your table after you order at the register.
Check out the specials on their signs when you go in.
Get there via the Grand Californian exit in the west side of DCA to conveniently sneak away from the thicker crowds in the Disneyland Resort.
Explain, please. I haven't had it and I'd like an honest opinion of why I shouldn't. Thanks in advance.
I was excited to try this sandwich, but I found it inferior to the others there.
Maybe the master chef was having a bad day, or maybe my recent preferences for healthier fare unfairly underrated the 1762. I liked the other sandwiches I've had there (good value for the D.land resort), and we