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dixiedizfan
12-28-2006, 09:18 PM
We're going next month, so chances are we'll get some cool weather. I'm thinking the counter-service restaurants in World Showcase pretty much all have outdoor seating. I know England and Mexico do, for sure, so we'd have to avoid those on chilly days. How about Morocco, could we eat there and stay halfway warm? Any place else?

Aimeedyan
12-28-2006, 09:31 PM
Japan has inside climate controlled seating.

Morocco has open entries and no climate control but you are under cover and have some protection from the wind if there is any.

France has some inside seating that a lot of people don't know about - tables inside the area where the film is.

Norway is covered but open on the sides.

Mexico is completely open.

Germany is covered but has huge open doorways.

I believe USA has inside seating, but we never eat there or even go in.

China has covered and pretty good seating, though it is open on a few sides.

UK has completely open seating.

Hope that helps some =)

DMRick
12-29-2006, 12:29 AM
Last January, when it was so cold, they had outdoor heaters on in Mexico..and I was hugging them LOL! It actually worked out fine.
For UK..the Fish and chips we just took our food over to watch the British invasion, and it was sort of closed in with the buildings, so we weren't cold.
America is a nice big inside building. China was pretty closed up, with heat blasting.

dixiedizfan
12-29-2006, 08:26 AM
Thanks to both of you for the info!

patsal
12-29-2006, 11:02 AM
When we were there last December there were a few chilly days. We took our food in to go containers (from China and Moracco) and met the kids in the USA (they wanted burgers) and we all ate in there. Another choice that is indoors if the weather is very bad would be Sunsine Seasons in the Land.

dixiedizfan
12-29-2006, 01:34 PM
Thanks, patsal. There are four of us and I know we'll be splitting up to get our CS food in World Showcase, so wanted somewhere to meet up with indoor seating. Guess we'll plan to meet up in the good ole USA!

The Sweetness
12-29-2006, 03:45 PM
Being a floridian, I enjoy our *cold snaps*. But would a warm soup or drink help you feel cozy? Or an extra layer of clothes?:idea:

dixiedizfan
12-29-2006, 05:58 PM
Being a floridian, I enjoy our *cold snaps*. But would a warm soup or drink help you feel cozy? Or an extra layer of clothes?:idea:

Thanks for the sarcastic reply. We're always very comfortable walking around the parks in what we're wearing, and certainly don't need warm soup or extra clothing. But on some days it would be more comfortable to dine inside, rather than out.

disnut8
12-29-2006, 10:53 PM
Thanks for the sarcastic reply. We're always very comfortable walking around the parks in what we're wearing, and certainly don't need warm soup or extra clothing. But on some days it would be more comfortable to dine inside, rather than out.

Oh, I can certainly understand the need for eating where it's warm. I live in Atlanta and we go tailgating for the Falcons games. I can't stand to try and eat hot food off the grill when it's 40 degrees in the morning. And I am dressed warmly in so many layers I can hardly move. It's just not comfortable to me.

Dixiedizfan - you got it. Have everyone get their food from the country they want and then meet back in America. Someone else mentioned The Land but that food court is usually very busy due to it's location right next to Soarin'. The Electric Umbrella in Future World also has indoor seating.

dixiedizfan
12-30-2006, 08:53 AM
Thanks disnut8 ... Yep I got it ... Great minds think alike! Happy New Year to you and yours.