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Old 03-22-2014, 08:47 AM   #1
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We are wondering where we should look at to eat Thanksgiving? We really aren't sure where has a good spread or menu.
Thank you for suggestions!
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We are wondering where we should look at to eat Thanksgiving? We really aren't sure where has a good spread or menu.
Thank you for suggestions!
I like Liberty Tree Tavern on Thanksgiving.
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Old 03-22-2014, 02:02 PM   #3
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We have been a few times over Thanksgiving week and my favorite Thanksgiving meal was in DownTown Disney at the Fulton's restaurant (the boat restaurant). They had no trouble getting us in without reservation day of (Thanksgiving day). We enjoyed shopping before hand, and then the Chef had a fantastic Thanksgiving menu. My kids are not in love with turkey comfort food, so my eldest got filet mignon off the kid menu, which was delightful. They were able to accommodate our allergies and it was just so nice to sit there and watch the water, the people, the birds outside. We had usual turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, but some twists, too (like lobster in the squash soup and a house made cranberry relish that was so delightful). I would definitely dine there for Thanksgiving again. Also, if you stay at a resort that can reach DTD by boat, it is a very relaxing trip back to POR or SSR.
Another spot that tastes like Thanksgiving year round is the Garden Grill rotating restaurant in Epcot. (I may have gotten the name wrong?). That was fun and fantastic when coupled with a Seeds Tour in the Land Pavillion.
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Old 03-23-2014, 07:12 AM   #4
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Thank you for these suggestions. We will look into them!

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I have also posted looking for Thanksgiving recommendations and got a couple that I'll share... I got a pretty big response suggesting Whispering Canyon, as well as Liberty Tree Tavern. Got one for Captain's Grill too. We personally went to Cape May Cafe last Thanksgiving and we thought it was great!! We thought the Thanksgiving selections were very good, and the crab legs were SO good!! Would definitely recommend it. We wanted to try somewhere else this year, but we haven't decided where yet! Good luck, maybe we'll see you there!!
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I agree. Garden Grill too. These are more homestyle,,,like Thanksgiving dinner.
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I have also posted looking for Thanksgiving recommendations and got a couple that I'll share... I got a pretty big response suggesting Whispering Canyon, as well as Liberty Tree Tavern. Got one for Captain's Grill too. We personally went to Cape May Cafe last Thanksgiving and we thought it was great!! We thought the Thanksgiving selections were very good, and the crab legs were SO good!! Would definitely recommend it. We wanted to try somewhere else this year, but we haven't decided where yet! Good luck, maybe we'll see you there!!
Great! Thanks!

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I have also posted looking for Thanksgiving recommendations and got a couple that I'll share... I got a pretty big response suggesting Whispering Canyon, as well as Liberty Tree Tavern. Got one for Captain's Grill too. We personally went to Cape May Cafe last Thanksgiving and we thought it was great!! We thought the Thanksgiving selections were very good, and the crab legs were SO good!! Would definitely recommend it. We wanted to try somewhere else this year, but we haven't decided where yet! Good luck, maybe we'll see you there!!
Where is the Cape May Cafe?
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I have also posted looking for Thanksgiving recommendations and got a couple that I'll share... I got a pretty big response suggesting Whispering Canyon, as well as Liberty Tree Tavern. Got one for Captain's Grill too. We personally went to Cape May Cafe last Thanksgiving and we thought it was great!! We thought the Thanksgiving selections were very good, and the crab legs were SO good!! Would definitely recommend it. We wanted to try somewhere else this year, but we haven't decided where yet! Good luck, maybe we'll see you there!!
Where is the Cape May Cafe?
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Where is the Cape May Cafe?
That is right in the Beach Club. You go in through the front entrance, it's all the way to the back right. The buffet is great, lots of options for dinner and dessert. You will enjoy it!
Here's the link to the Disney website where you can see everything they offer. https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/di...cape-may-cafe/
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