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tink_n_pooh
12-29-2006, 11:02 AM
Ok, so I'm usually pretty good with these kinds of things but I have seriously slacked when it comes to planning for this trip. We will arrive on January 4th and spend 3 nights at WL. We will then spend a night at SSR before finishing up at BWV (leaving on the 12th). I've only made one ADR for Le Cellier - that's it for the whole trip! :guilty:

I don't even know where we should try this time. Some places that we love are Le Celliar, Brown Derby, Alfredo's, Sci-Fi. We didn't like San Angel - yuck :scared:

Any ideas where we should try? No fish, I'm allergic and DFi doesn't care for it either.

We like "normal" food. You know, pasta, steak, chicken, that kind of stuff. I would love to try something else but I just don't know where. I've looked over the menus many times but I just don't know what we should try.

Any advise?

:bride:

DisneyMomx7
12-29-2006, 11:18 AM
At this late date I would try some of the "overlooked" restaurants. Some suggestions would be Grand Floridian Cafe, Yacht Club Galley and the Plaza. We've had luck getting last minute reservations for Alfredo's and Biergarten. Good luck. We arrive on the 4th too!

figaromeetsmarie
12-29-2006, 11:30 AM
I would try the Pepper Market in the Coronado Springs Hotel.

Here is the Menu:

Mexican Kitchen

Beef or Chicken Quesadilla served with black beans and rice $11.95
Chicken or Beef Fajita Platter - $12.95
Catch of the Day Tacos - served with black beans and rice $11.95
Wet Burrito - $10.95
Taco Salad - $9.95
Market Nachos - $9.95

Wok Kitchen

Roasted Pork - with peanut ginger sauce and noodles $12.95
Bourbon Chicken - with rice or Oriental noodles $12.95
Spicy Chicken Kung Bao - $11.75
Stir Fry Beef - $11.75
Sampler - any two of the following: roasted pork, bourbon chicken, spicy chicken Kung Bao or stir fry beef and an egg roll $15.95
Egg Roll - $2.99

Soup Kitchen

Soup with French bread $5.50


Deli Station
Sandwiches include choice of cole slaw or chips

Ham and Cheese $7.50
Tuna and Shrimp Salad Combo $8.95
BBQ Beef $7.95
Turkey Breast $7.50
Today's Chef Choice - Market Price
Fruit Cup $2.50
Caesar Salad - $6.25
Caesar Salad with grilled chicken - $9.50
Chef's Salad - greens, ham and cheese - $8.95
Prepared Salads - small $4.25; large $7.99

Grill Station

Ribeye Steak, Potato, Vegetable - $18.95
Grilled Tuna w/Rice Medley & Veggies - $15.95
Carved Roast of the Day - Market Price
Half Rotisserie Chicken with French Fries - $10.75
Chicken Sandwich with French Fries - $8.25
Cheeseburger or Hamburger with French Fries - $8.25
French Fries or Veggies - $2.99
Baked Potato with Toppings (Dinner only) $3.95

Pizza Kitchen

Homemade Individual Pizza - Two Toppings - $8.50
Pepper Market Special - All Toppings - $9.50
Calzone - Cheese and Pepperoni - $9.25
Chicken Calzone - $9.50


Pasta Kitchen

Fettuccine-Linguine-Penne - with choice of Alfredo, Primavera or Marinara Sauce $8.25
Pasta Primavera with grilled chicken - $9.95
Today's Chef's Choice - market price

Kid's Kitchen

Chicken Strips, chips and a cookie $4.75
Hot Dog, chips and a cookie $4.25
Pizza, Fresh Fruit, and a cookie $4.25
Pasta, Fresh Fruit, and a cookie $4.25


Beverage Station

Orange Juice $2.99
Soft Drinks $1.99

Coffee or Tea $1.69
Milk $1.29

House Wine (Glass) - $4.50

Soft Serve Ice Cream $3.50
Smoothies $3.95

Draft Beer Imported $5.25
Draft Beef Domestic $4.65
Fiesta Margarita $6.95


Bakery (individually Priced)
Strawberry Shortcake
Homemade Flan
Carrot Cake
German Chocolate Cake
Chocolate Mousse Cake
Cheesecake
Creme brulee
Oreo Cake
Key Lime Pie
Fresh Fruit Tart
Eclair



Pepper Market is the open air Food Court at Coronado Springs. Upon entering, you are escorted to a table and presented with a ticket. You walk around selecting the foods you want, your ticket is stamped. When you exit the Market you pay your bill. A 10% gratuity is added automatically.



It usually is easy to get into!!

summerlandjeff
12-29-2006, 11:33 AM
I have found that going to some of the less visited resort spots doesn't necessarily require ADR's. Try Olivia's in Key West, Maya Grille in CSR, Boatwrights in PORS or Shutters in CBR. I've tried them all, without ADR's and only had minimal wait times.

latexscooter
12-29-2006, 12:19 PM
I'd try 'Ohanas for dinner. I was able to get January 8 when I booked last week so you may have some luck as well. I'd also try for some places that don't have characters. Why don't you try Spoodles, WCC, that sort of thing.

At this point I'd make a list of the things I like and then call, you may have some difficulty making ADRs for the first part of your trip because it's marathon weekend. You may have better luck the later part.

Good luck.