View Full Version : Dinner Strategy - Comments Please

01-20-2007, 07:33 PM
We are spending 5 nights at WL in April. These are our 5 Dining Plan sit down dinners. Fire away and feel free to make comments & suggestions. Now we are not real formal folks. Certainly not bringing any dressy clothes, so V&A is out.

Day 1 - Settle in and Fireworks at the MK - Kona Cafe ( & fireworks on the beach @ Poly)

Day 2 - Epcot and our 25th Anniversary Dinner - Alfredo's...(our fav WDW restaurant)

Day 3 - Sleep in and MGM - Dinner @ Le Cellier (ya I know it's in Epcot, but we've never been to this place and want to try it)

Day 4 - No particular plans - Late Brunch at Chef Mickey's

Day 5 - Goofing off - Dinner @ Whispering Canyon

Key Counter services.....
- Earl of Sandiwch for a nice lunch.
- Pecos Bills for a burger
- Sommerfest in Epcot for a Brats & a beer

01-20-2007, 08:16 PM
I think you will really like Le Cellier and it will most certainly be worth the trip from MGM to Epcot. We eat here at least once on every trip, twice if we can swing it.

I also think the Kona reservation for your first night will be nice. We did the same thing on our first night last month and watching Wishes from the beach at the Poly was special. It could have been quite romantic if we hadn't brought the children with us.:goodvibes

Hope you have a great trip.

01-20-2007, 08:21 PM
Kona Cafe and Le Cellier were our favorites last trip. I think you have made great choices. Have Fun!

Rella Bella
01-20-2007, 09:10 PM
Sounds like a perfect relaxing vacation! Happy Anniversary! (a little early)

01-20-2007, 09:18 PM
Sounds like a perfect relaxing vacation! Happy Anniversary! (a little early)

The anniversary just passed in actuality. Jan 2. We have two boys who are high school wrestlers though, and April was the first time we could schedule after the season ends. Funny thing is a similar thing happened when we were married. Had to go straight back to work the following Monday, and didn't take our Honeymoon until spring.