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Old 11-14-2012, 10:12 AM   #1
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Trail's End or POR Boatwright's for Christmas Day dinner?

I'm debating between these two restaurants for our Christmas Day dinner.

Our original plan was to have dinner at Kona Cafe and then watch the EWP and Wishes from the beach. Well, a wrench was thrown into my plans with the change of the Kona menu, so I cancelled that ADR.

I got an ADR for Boatwright's at POR. My plan was to head to the Poly afterwards to still watch EWP and Wishes.

Then I read the list of restaurants serving Christmas meals and Trails End was one of them. I got an ADR there for 4:20pm. I have gotten hooked on the idea of having dinner at Trail's End, then taking the wagon ride to see the decorations and then still heading to the Poly to watch EWP and Wishes.

Just wondering which would be a better choice for dinner? The biggest issue I have is wondering if the Trail's End Christmas buffet is only traditional Christmas food...turkey etc. or if it's a mixture of their regular buffet selections as well as Christmas dinner selections? My husband is allergic to both chicken and turkey.

Oh, we will have dinner at Trail's End and do the wagon ride to see decorations on our arrival day evening...is it 'too much' to do it twice in one trip?
Past Trips: November 2004 POR / November 2005 POR / May 2008 Pop Century / May/June 2009 Pop Century / December 2010 Pop Century / December 2012 Art of Animation
Upcoming Trip: December 2013 Pop Century

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