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Old 04-14-2013, 09:25 PM   #91
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"Open the gates and seize the day. Don't be afraid and don't delay. Nothing can break us no one can make us give our rights away. Arise and seize the day" Newsies is one of my absolute favorite Disney movies. I love your trip report and I've been following the live report since you started it. You're doing an awesome job
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I was just changing around some ADRs for our upcoming trip and ended up with an empty lunch space on one of our MK days. Thanks to your review, I just filled it with Whispering Canyon Cafe!

I was able to grab and ADR for Be Our Guest on the night we were originally planning on eating at Artist Point. I hope we don't regret it! The cobbler looks delicious but we might just have to stop by the Territory Lounge for some fondue and cobbler so we don't miss out!
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Old 04-14-2013, 10:37 PM   #93
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I am here!!! Just got all caught up and have enjoyed reading these dining review reports and I am thinking of doing one as well when I return!! Can't wait to hear more.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:32 PM   #94
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Can't wait to read about your Artist Point experience...I'm on the fence about this one for our September trip!
I hope you climb on down from the fence and give Artist Point a try.



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Subscribed, you've got me hooked.
Now just patiently waiting for more posts.

First reaction, whoa that's a lot of ketchup on that table.
Mojito your DD ordered looked delish.

Thanks for reading and thank you for your patience. Due to the more urgent demands of the Live Thread, my reviews here are progressing very slowly. But I will eventually get through my 30 or so dining reviews, I promise.




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Great start and I cannot wait for more. I love dining reviews with some trip report mixed in. Best of both worlds!

I have to say it's so fun to finally read reviews where you were able to actually taste the food!!

Your chicken sandwich from WCC looks sooo good. I have to put that on the list.

Yes, our lunch at WCC turned out to be a very pleasant surprise.





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Great start!!!

We've never stayed at WL but we did make it over there on our last trip for dinner at Artist Point. We absolutely fell in love with the Territory Lounge. Brucie, our bartender, was one of the best we've ever had the pleasure of meeting at any WDW resort and those little Drunken Doughnuts after dinner were pure heaven!

We hadn't stayed at WL since 2006 so this was a nice change for us. It is a beautiful resort and has some great dining choices, including Territory Lounge.




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So I am back home from Disney myself and I have been getting my TR and DR started and getting the laundry done, catching up with work, etc. I finally get some time to catch up on TR's and Dining Reviews and this ??? A CLIFFHANGER ??? Hahaha. Can't wait to read what happens. Loving your DR so far !!

I know my DH would love Artist point, but we rarely eat at signatures because the kids are so picky.

I need to get over and read your DR, Susan. Between my DR, the Live Thread, and my busy "LIFE" Thread, I haven't been able to yet...but I will.




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I'm so sorry that the soup was so salty! I had it in November and it was delicious...hopefully (and sadly for you) it was just an off batch.

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I'm certainly willing to give it another shot sometime.




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Glad to know the salmon redeemed the meal! That's a pathetic portion for the soup.... and it's still $10?? That's too bad that it was a disappointment.

But that cobbler! Awesome!

I'm with your DS, I love the bread with the butter.

Yes, the new portion size for the soup makes sharing totally out of the question.



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Now with all the salt though maybe it was better to have a small portion?

Yay Paula...for turning a negative into a positive!





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I'm on a cliff on this one and I think the cobbler would make me tumble over the edge. I love the idea of Artist Point but I don't like salmon and it seemed to be the best option but honestly your son's chicken looked delicious. But I think I would have been very sad to pay 10.00 for that dollop of soup.

I've been chuckling over Miss Benedict and Mr. Arnold all morning.
Can't wait to hear more.

If you aren't completely sold on the idea of Artist Point, you can always hit up the Territory Lounge for a cobbler fix.

And I'm glad that my weird sense of humor made you chuckle.



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Barb, just got caught up and I can't help laugh that you and your DH ended up doing most of the driving. Chase just got his license yesterday and he promises he will do some of the driving on our upcoming trip, but I'm guessing he will also be sleeping while I'm driving.

Everything you guys ate at WCC looks delicious. I must try it someday if we ever stay at WL.

I'm so sad the salad has changed at Artist Point. I really loved it last time I ate there. And hopefully the salty soup was just an error of the chef on that night. Glad you and your family loved the salmon and the cobbler.

Can't wait to see what else you've got in store for us.

Welcome to the club of families with new male drivers under the age of 24! After you have paid your next car insurance bill, you might not have any money left to go to Disney World.





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The salmon does look quiet good, need to put that on my bucketlist!
Hi Lori! Can't wait to see how many things you are able to cross off that list on your upcoming trip.
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Enjoying your report!! More!! More!!
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Old 04-15-2013, 02:57 PM   #96
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So far you've convinced your family to try AP for dinner AND make park open! You are very influential! Great job!
Yes, very influential! Maybe I should write a book? Then again, despite my best efforts, I was still only able to get my entire family to one sit-down breakfast during our week at Disney World. So I think I'd better keep my day job.




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That cinnamon bun does look dry around the edges! Very different from the icing-soaked goodness of a MSB offering. That sucker can send you into a sugar coma first thing in the morning.
Yes, I'm very anxious to see how the MSB cinnamon rolls are affected by the changes being made to the bakery. I hope they don't mess up a good thing.




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I think "open the gates & seize the day" is from Newsies, but I admit that I don't know anything else about the play. Being so close to Broadway you would think we would get to see some plays but alas, we do not!

You are quite right, Vicki! And the first to recognize the reference. Good job!



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And I Newsies! So glad the Broadway hit brought it back to life!
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Great reference; I love Newsies! But, I am not at all interested in the Broadway version since I found out they changed Denton into a woman! Argh! I'll keep my Christian Bale and Bill Pullman, thank you.

Just wanted to ask a quick question as well...did you take the bus because the boat does not run that early? Thanks!
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"Open the gates and seize the day. Don't be afraid and don't delay. Nothing can break us no one can make us give our rights away. Arise and seize the day" Newsies is one of my absolute favorite Disney movies. I love your trip report and I've been following the live report since you started it. You're doing an awesome job
Bonus points to all the Newsies fans!

And to Li Li regarding the boat question, yes the boat was not yet running so the bus was the only option at that time. However, even when the boats were running, we took the busses to/from MK as they seemed faster.





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I was just changing around some ADRs for our upcoming trip and ended up with an empty lunch space on one of our MK days. Thanks to your review, I just filled it with Whispering Canyon Cafe!

I was able to grab and ADR for Be Our Guest on the night we were originally planning on eating at Artist Point. I hope we don't regret it! The cobbler looks delicious but we might just have to stop by the Territory Lounge for some fondue and cobbler so we don't miss out!
Oh, I hope you enjoy your lunch at WCC but sad that you won't be going to Artist Point now. But a visit to Territory Lounge would be the next best thing!


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Glad you're here and you should definitely do a dining report!



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Enjoying your report!! More!! More!!

Thanks so much! And I will!! I will!!...try to get another installment written soon.
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My last installment left off with my family finishing up their breakfast snack from Gaston's Tavern right around 8:30 a.m. Now is when our early start paid off in a big way. For the next 3 hours we rode every ride on our "to do" list without ever having to get a Fast Pass...Haunted Mansion, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Space Mountain were all pretty much walk-ons. And DH kicked our butts on Buzz Lightyear, not once but twice.


Here is his score from Round II...






When asked what the secret was to his success, his reply was, "I have no idea!"


We actually did all of this in about two hours, so even had time to take a half-hour nap at (um...I mean see) the Hall of Presidents show.

It was then time for our 11:30 lunch ADR at...







Now of course, my family has a history with Liberty Tree. Yes, we go way back...almost to Colonial times when it first opened. When the kids were young, we enjoyed the character dinner here several times. Here is a picture from what I think was our last visit to LTT's Character Dinner with Goofy, Pluto, Chip and Dale, and Minnie, all dressed in their colonial attire.




DS and Minnie



Since that time, we have only been to Liberty Tree once and that was for lunch in March 2010. This was before my family allowed me to take pictures of our food, so sadly there is no photographic evidence from this last visit. I can tell you though that it was less than impressive. Our entrees were fine (we all got either a burger or the pot roast), but nothing really memorable. I do remember though two things about this experience. First is that the service was terrible and then more importantly...the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake was a total failure. It was very hard and cold, like it had been sitting in a refrigerator up until moments before it was placed on our table. Consequently, there was nothing Ooey or Gooey about this dessert...I was so disappointed. And so, I felt no need to return to Liberty Tree Tavern, that is until I began hosting the Live Thread. Liberty Tree Tavern was one of the most popular live update locations and nearly all of the reporters enjoyed their food there...especially that infamous Ooey, Gooey Toffee Cake. I posted picture after picture of that delicious looking dessert, coveting each and every one, until I was finally convinced that our experience had been an anomoly. It was time for us to give Liberty Tree another try, and so...


Hear ye, hear ye, now seating the jabead family of Illinois!



Here is the menu we were presented with...













Let's start with my DS's choice...





Angus Chuck Cheeseburger topped with bacon and cheddar cheese, served with sweet potato fries - His Rating 3/5


He said this was a standard burger and the sweet potato fries were good, but not as good as the ones at Whispering Canyon.




And of course, DD and DH shared an entree...




1/2 share of the New England Pot Roast... Our Tavern Keeper's Favorite - braised beef in a Cabernet wine and mushroom sauce served with mashed potatoes and garden vegetables - Their Rating 4/5



They both enjoyed this, in fact, DH enjoyed his 1/2 portion so quickly that I felt obligated to share my entree with him...




Colony Salad - Washington apples, sweet pecans and Applewood smoked cheddar, dried cranberry Craisins, and grilled chicken tossed with field greens in honey shallot vinaigrette - Our Rating 5/5


Holy Moley...Colony Salad, where have you been all my (Disney World) life? This salad was a delicious combination of sweet and savory.
I wouldn't change a thing about it...it is salad perfection!




Now everyone was trying to talk me out of ordering dessert...

"Too full"

"Too fattening"

"Too tired"


But my reply to my traitorous family...

"Too bad"


There was no way I was leaving Liberty Tree Tavern without trying the...




Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake - vanilla cake with a gooey toffee filling, vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce - Our Rating 5/5


My family took one look at this dessert and all of their previous objections were long forgotten. The battle of our four spoons was on and we quickly devoured every last morsel. Ahhh...now we finally get it!!!



So in conclusion, Liberty Tree Tavern has now earned a place on my Disney "Must Do" list. I have a feeling that I will be dreaming about that Colony Salad and Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake tonight.

Hope you too have some sweet Disney dreams...


Good night everyone!


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Barb, I am finally here!!

I'm so behind with everyone's TRs and DRs but am slowly catching up

Firstly, yay for Wilderness Lodge! This is our absolute fave resort

We have eaten at WCC for lunch once before and it was awesome and although we had a lovely evening at AP, I do remember everything being a little high on salt.

As we are staying at the Lodge in December we will probably go to both again!

LTT is on our list of potential lunch spots so it's great to see another good review. I simply HAVE to try the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake!

Looking forward to reading more of your fab reviews
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Boo to your AP experiences continuing to fail to impress your family members! I think I may be the only person in the world who thinks that portion of soup was more than enough? I split it with my husband in November and we were both more than satisfied. I have no idea how I would finish the entire bowl... let alone the previous bowl!

And oh my word... your meal at LTT was perfection!! Isn't the Colony Salad divine? I don't know why it is so exceptional but I seriously think about every time I order a salad back home . And the OOTC is so good when it is done right. So good that it is almost wrong .
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Aww man Barb... I didn't have LTT on my dining list for May and now you are making me reconsider!

Too many choices!!
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We did LTT on our Honeymoon in 09 and Loved it!! I was trying to do places we haven't been on this trip or I would have booked it this time!! P.S. That cake looks amazing & would LOVE to have some right now!
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Barb, I am finally here!!

I'm so behind with everyone's TRs and DRs but am slowly catching up

Firstly, yay for Wilderness Lodge! This is our absolute fave resort

We have eaten at WCC for lunch once before and it was awesome and although we had a lovely evening at AP, I do remember everything being a little high on salt.

As we are staying at the Lodge in December we will probably go to both again!

LTT is on our list of potential lunch spots so it's great to see another good review. I simply HAVE to try the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake!

Looking forward to reading more of your fab reviews

Welcome back, Linda! Your love of the Wilderness Lodge definitely influenced my decision to stay there again. We all really enjoyed our stay and I'm now trying to decide if I want to stay there or back at my favorite Epcot resort, the Boardwalk, for my December trip. I know how beautiful the WL will be in December, all decked out for the holidays, but I love the Epcot resort area and being able to walk to my favorite park. Decisions, decisions.

But anyway, speaking of the December trip, I should put together a list of possible locations for DISmeet meals and start a chain mail out to everyone...I know of 7 DISers from the Dining Review board that will (or possibly will) be there at that time and might be interested in doing some meals together. I mean, it seems kind of mandatory that our meetings involve Disney food...oh, and maybe some adult beverages too.




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Boo to your AP experiences continuing to fail to impress your family members! I think I may be the only person in the world who thinks that portion of soup was more than enough? I split it with my husband in November and we were both more than satisfied. I have no idea how I would finish the entire bowl... let alone the previous bowl!

And oh my word... your meal at LTT was perfection!! Isn't the Colony Salad divine? I don't know why it is so exceptional but I seriously think about every time I order a salad back home . And the OOTC is so good when it is done right. So good that it is almost wrong .

I probably would have thought nothing about the soup portion if I hadn't known that the soup bowls had previously been much larger for the same price. But other than the apps (salty soup and boring salad), I would say the rest of our meal was a success. I don't think I'll have a problem with getting my family to dine at AP again in the future.


And I definitely know what you mean about now comparing all salads to the LTT's Colony salad. Since returning home, I've had similar-type salads from Wendy's and Panera, and both paled in comparison to the Colony.




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Aww man Barb... I didn't have LTT on my dining list for May and now you are making me reconsider!

Too many choices!!

Sorry Paula! Can't wait to see what you do end up choosing.





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We did LTT on our Honeymoon in 09 and Loved it!! I was trying to do places we haven't been on this trip or I would have booked it this time!! P.S. That cake looks amazing & would LOVE to have some right now!

Oh, from your ticker it looks like you are going to be at Disney World very, very soon. How exciting! Have a great trip!!!
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Welcome back, Linda! Your love of the Wilderness Lodge definitely influenced my decision to stay there again. We all really enjoyed our stay and I'm now trying to decide if I want to stay there or back at my favorite Epcot resort, the Boardwalk, for my December trip. I know how beautiful the WL will be in December, all decked out for the holidays, but I love the Epcot resort area and being able to walk to my favorite park. Decisions, decisions.

But anyway, speaking of the December trip, I should put together a list of possible locations for DISmeet meals and start a chain mail out to everyone...I know of 7 DISers from the Dining Review board that will (or possibly will) be there at that time and might be interested in doing some meals together. I mean, it seems kind of mandatory that our meetings involve Disney food...oh, and maybe some adult beverages too.
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