View Full Version : Dining Central -- August

06-30-2001, 06:30 PM
Hello fellow adult and solo travelers,

Breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a snack?? Ė Is anyone out there interested in linking up with other adult or solo travelers? Well then youíve come to the right place.

Are you new to solo travel or a little nervous about going for a meal by yourself? This might just be a good way for some newer solo travelers to feel more comfortable going for a nice sit down dinner. This could give you one more thing to enjoy on your next trip to the world!!

Are you comfortable alone but just think you might want some company or conversation for a meal or two? Maybe youíre just interested in meeting some other vacationers like yourself that travel either solo or without the kids. This could be the ďE-ticketĒ for you.

This isnít just for solo travelers but for anyone on these boards, but certainly targeted for the adult or solo travelers. I just know that some solo travelers are a bit reluctant to dine alone so Iíve dwelled on them. I remember; Iím usually a solo and was very reluctant at first.

Let others know of your interest, right here. Post your travel dates and specifically any dates that you might want to meet to share a meal or a snack. Please specify any preference for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack. Let us know if you already have a Priority Seating somewhere that you wish to share, and the time.

Maybe, if you would please, when youíve confirmed plans with someone and are booked, edit your original reply here to let others know.

So who is up for some company for a meal in August?


07-01-2001, 12:28 PM
Great idea. I was just going to post about a meal.

Solo Princess seeking solo princess or prince to dine at Cinderella's Royal Table for breakfast on Aug. 22. PS at 8:50 am.

A friend was going to make the trip with me but her DH won't let her go so I'm now solo. My DH won't go in August plus we just went in April for our 10th anniversary.

07-01-2001, 01:38 PM
:bounce: Bumping up!

Belle1962, I'm not going until September or I would enjoy going to Cindy's. I've never done that and would really like to try it. I would for my September trip but I think that my dance card is getting filled quickly. I've got to save some time to do the parks!!

07-02-2001, 11:24 PM


07-03-2001, 01:42 PM
for around that time. Since my son is going to be back in school I'll have to find someone responsible to stay with him.

If I can work out air travel and 'son sitter' I'd love to go. I should know more when relatives return to town this coming weekend.

I'm also planning to eat at Bomas. I haven't thought any further than that. I'd like to see Cirque (have AP for discount) and maybe have dinner in DD.


07-03-2001, 03:36 PM
Okay, I'll post! I will be arriving at WDW Aug 10th for just the week-end. I want to check the Poly out because DS and I will hopefully be staying there next year. I was thinking of making an 8:30 PM PS at Ohana's (window seat)for Friday (the 10th) so I could view the fireworks over MK. Anyone want to join me?

TC :cool:

07-04-2001, 10:04 PM

07-11-2001, 11:25 AM
HI! We will be in WDW from August 4-10. Here is a list of where we will be eating.

Aug. 4:
Espn Club (Boardwalk)

Aug. 5:
Le Cellier (Epcot, Cananda)

Aug. 6:
Brown Derby (MGM)

Aug. 7:
Chef Mickey's Breakfast (Contemporary)
Kona Cafe' (Polynesian)

Aug. 8:
Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)

Aug. 9:
Whispering Canyon (Wilderness Lodge)

07-23-2001, 01:07 AM
Bump the Dining Central threads and lining them up. Make sure that they are noticed at least a bit more than normal until everyone is used to coming up to them when making new travel and meal plans.

TDC Nala
07-29-2001, 12:38 PM
How nice to find this board!

I'll be at WDW solo from August 26 - Sept. 1. I love that WDW is a great solo vacation destination - plenty to do and good transportation. A friend was supposed to come with me, but she wound up getting pregnant, and WDW in August is too hot for her - not to mention that she wouldn't be able to ride many e-tickets! I haven't planned any PS's for any of that time - I'll be eating lots of counter service, I think, especially at Epcot - but I definitely plan to get a seat at Jiko's counter on August 31 for dinner. I'd like to sit there and watch the chefs. It may be a start to visiting the other open-kitchen restaurants to sit at the counters and observe.
I love the Adventurers Club and will probably be there on 3 or 4 evenings. The AC is a great place to meet up with other Disney fans.