View Full Version : Question about space between tables at Chefs de France
08-07-2006, 11:47 AM
Are the tables at Chefs de France as close together as they are at Alfredos? We added the DDP for our Oct. trip, and I'd love to try this restaurant. However, we have a baby who will be 10 months-old during this trip. If she falls asleep in the stroller, I'd like to just park the stroller beside the table so we can enjoy a quiet dinner. We have done this at many Disney restaurants, but we've thus far avoided Alfredos because we don't see how the stroller would fit there. Should we also avoid Chefs de France for this reason, or could they accomodate a sleeping child in a stroller?
08-07-2006, 12:22 PM
No problem. Been there, done that...at both of those. Girlie is older now, so we use the stroller primarily as a baggage cart and leave it outside, but we see lots of babies sleeping through dinner in their strollers.
08-07-2006, 12:37 PM
Awesome! How did you ever fit a stroller in at Alfredo's, though??? DH and I ate there once about 10 years ago, and we were so close to the table next to us that we made friends w/the other couple dining next to us during dinner :teeth: Are there other, more spacious tables there now? It seemed like they packed people in like sardines back then at least. I'd add Alfredos to our ADRs if this is definitely the case!!
08-07-2006, 12:44 PM
Both restaurants are probably as crowded as you remember, but you just bump chairs with the stroller going in, and bump them again going out. Everybody understands. If it's really jammed, you just fold the stroller up and carry it in and then put her back in when you get to the table.
If you like those two restaurants, I sure wouldn't let a stroller change my plans. The restaurants deal with hundreds of strollers a day.
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