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Old 02-25-2013, 01:34 PM   #1
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Question Dining Plan Question.. Appetizer as an Entree?

I have a question concerning Raglan Road. I LOVE their batter dipped sausages, but it is an appetizer. I am on the dining + plan which doesn't allow appetizers.

I want to go there for lunch, but would like to have the sausages as my entree. Is that allowed? or is everything categorized and I am stuck with choosing a listed entree?

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I have a question concerning Raglan Road. I LOVE their batter dipped sausages, but it is an appetizer. I am on the dining + plan which doesn't allow appetizers.

I want to go there for lunch, but would like to have the sausages as my entree. Is that allowed? or is everything categorized and I am stuck with choosing a listed entree?

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Generally the third party (non-Disney owned) venues stick very closely to the requirements of the dining plan (one entree, one drink, one dessert). So it's unlikely that you'll be able to get an appetizer for an entree.

The battered sausages are on the Cooke's of Dublin menu as well, so you might be able to get them using a quick service credit. I can't remember if there were any entree restrictions at Cooke's on the dining plan (there are dessert restrictions).
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Generally the third party (non-Disney owned) venues stick very closely to the requirements of the dining plan (one entree, one drink, one dessert). So it's unlikely that you'll be able to get an appetizer for an entree.

The battered sausages are on the Cooke's of Dublin menu as well, so you might be able to get them using a quick service credit. I can't remember if there were any entree restrictions at Cooke's on the dining plan (there are dessert restrictions).


Oooo... Thanks! That would even be awesomer! I wanted to do lunch at DTD and save my TS for another meal... I assume those are listed as the mini irish sausages?
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Oooo... Thanks! That would even be awesomer! I wanted to do lunch at DTD and save my TS for another meal... I assume those are listed as the mini irish sausages?
Now you have me wondering. They're listed as "Mini Irish Style Battered Sausages" on the Allears.net menu (dated Feb 2013), but "Mini Irish Sausages" on the Raglan Road/Cooke's of Dublin website. However, they have the same price point, so I'm thinking they're the same. You can email Raglan Road/Cooke's of Dublin to make sure.

http://www.raglanroad.com/contact
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Now you have me wondering. They're listed as "Mini Irish Style Battered Sausages" on the Allears.net menu (dated Feb 2013), but "Mini Irish Sausages" on the Raglan Road/Cooke's of Dublin website. However, they have the same price point, so I'm thinking they're the same. You can email Raglan Road/Cooke's of Dublin to make sure.

http://www.raglanroad.com/contact
I'll check it out.. thanks
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