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DonnaRy
01-23-2001, 06:34 PM
We are planning a trip for our wedding anniversary in March. Any recommendations on where to have a nice dinner at DCA or the Grand Californian? Can we schedule a priority seating at any of the new places?

Blue Bayou is our favorite in Disneyland, but we would like to try something new for a special anniversary dinner.

Any info or suggestions would be appreciated :D

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calbayBWV
01-23-2001, 07:23 PM
What nerve of me, I have not even been yet and I am giving advice, shame on me!

I, based on much research :), would recommend the Napa Rose at the GC and I believe you can book ressies via the DLR central dining number.

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Tink33
01-24-2001, 07:29 AM
I spoke to someone that said Avalon Cove by Wolfgang Puck was a great restaurant. The restaurant overlooks the water in Paradise Pier. Very romantic during the night with the lights. She said it was a little pricey, but great food and atmosphere. :D

danicaw
01-24-2001, 08:04 AM
We are also planning a trip for our anniversary this March. We have our rooms booked but we don't know where to eat dinner either.
So, thanks for posting.
We were in the DL area last weekend and walked around the GC as well as Downtown Disney. The Napa Rose looks really nice. Anyone tried it yet.

Danica
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