|01-13-2013, 10:30 AM||#1|
Earning My Ears
Join Date: Aug 2003
I know it's a little early but for those who have been at DisneyWorld for Thanksgiving dinner, I would appreciate your input. Good, bad, whatever.
|01-13-2013, 03:22 PM||#2|
Earning My Ears
Join Date: Dec 2012
This past Thanksgiving, we ate at Olivia's at Old Key West Resort. It was delicious and a very friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Our server was wonderful. Turkey and all the trimmings were served family- style. One daughter is picky and preferred to order from the regular kids' menu which was fine. Afterwards, we took a relaxing boat ride to Downtown Disney.
|01-13-2013, 03:58 PM||#3|
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Join Date: Aug 2000
Location: 15-min from WDW.
1) I like good food at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
2) But, I also want a different atmosphere.
3) So, I have an off-the-wall and out-of-the-way favorite.
4) Trail's End Thanksgiving & Christmas Lunch/Dinner Buffet
2012 prices - Adult: $28.75, Child: $15.97 (tax included)
. . . Seafood Bisque
. . . Hearty Vegetable Soup
. . . Salad Bar with Mixed Greens
. . . Garden Vegetables
. . . Carved Smoked Turkey Breast
. . . Mustard-glazed Ham
. . . Fried Chicken
. . . BBQ Pork Ribs
. . . Baked Salmon with Cranberry-Orange Butter
. . . Pasta with Cannellini Bean Sauce
. . . Country-style Green Beans
. . . Steamed Buttered Broccoli
. . . Butternut Squash with Cranberries
. . . Mashed Potatoes
. . . Corn Bread Stuffing
. . . Pumpkin Pie
. . . Pecan Pie
. . . Red Velvet Cake
. . . Soft Serve Ice Cream
. . . Non-Alcoholic or Non-Specialty Beverage included
There are several WDW eateries with traditional Thanksgiving
and Christmas food. I don't think there are any bad choices.
Turkey is pretty much turkey, and I can get that at home. So,
I go for atmosphere I can't get at home. Fort Wilderness fits
the bill perfectly. PLUS, the price is right.
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