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Old 11-04-2006, 02:12 PM   #31
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Brenda,

Can you PM me? I have questions about Crohn's disease. I was just hospitilzed with Ulcerative Colitis & am wondering about certain foods that you should stay
away from & foods that are "safe". I know Crohn's is a little different than what
I have but I'm curious. I now berries & such are out for me. Can you tell me what you stay away from??? WOW-that Tonga Toast is a must for me in April!!!
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Disneyfan61 - just PMd you. Hope you are feeling better - Crohns and Colitis are just awful to deal with when they are acting up. I'm fortunate that my Crohns is pretty well under control with daily medication, but I try to be careful about my diet, too. Feel free to ask me anything you'd like - I hope I can help a little with the things I've learned in the 5 years since I was diagnosed.

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Can you PM me? I have questions about Crohn's disease. I was just hospitilzed with Ulcerative Colitis & am wondering about certain foods that you should stay
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I have but I'm curious. I now berries & such are out for me. Can you tell me what you stay away from??? WOW-that Tonga Toast is a must for me in April!!!
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Awww, you're killing me Brenda, killing me...with those photos and review of Kona Cafe. PLUS..now I've got Barry Manilow stuck in MY head

But, really, great photos and reviews. I've never been to Kona, but I think that's gonna change!
Jo, I say our first DISmeet should be at the Kona...Kona Cafe...the hottest spot north of ....oh nooooooo, now it's in MY head!!

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Looking forward to more Brenda. Is the F&W Festival before or after we cruise next year?

Also, just wondering...any "Viva Le Mochaccinos" at the Kona Cafe?

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Nancy my dear,

the Food & Wine Festival takes place at EPCOT from the end of September through the middle of November, so to answer your first question: yes!

Viva le Mochaccino only applies to the Cove Cafe as far as I can tell. While the kona blend coffee was good, I cannot classify it as the nectar of the gods.

BTW - did you like my Manilow knock-off?


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Also, just wondering...any "Viva Le Mochaccinos" at the Kona Cafe?

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Loving the reviews and pic's. Can't wait for more!!!
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I am loving your dining report. That's one of the sad parts of traveling solo, though I am completely comfortable dining alone, I'll have no dinner conversation, or antecdotes to include in my reviews.
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Day 3 Continued...Pub a dub dub!

Hi everyone! Sorry for the delay in finishing the third day, but I hope to make the wait worth your while. And, I think it's safe to say that there will be no more Barry Manilow songs today.

Thanks for reading so far...now, let's get to the good stuff.

Rather than getting bogged down in the details of our time between meals (you can read my 10-day trippie soon...I'm working out the publishing details with my editor... ) I'm going to try to get to the point fairly quickly. But I make no promises...you know how I love to talk!

This visit to WDW marked our first stay at SSR and we were only there for 3 days. Early on Friday afternoon we decided it might be a good idea to figure out where we could get some food and beverages at the resort. If I have a single issue with SSR it is the fact that it is so spread out and the food choices are limited, to say the least. I admit that Jay and I have been spoiled by our past stays at the Beach Club Villas where there are so many choices for tummy yummies that it makes my head spin just thinking about it. I liked being able to walk to Downtown Disney from SSR, and we did that quite a bit, but when we're looking to spend the afternoon at the pool, take-out from across the lake just isn't real convenient. Now that we've completed some reconoissance we'll be better prepared for future visits.

Anyway, once we figured out how to get back to the Carriage House on foot from our villa in Congress Park, we found that we had two choices for lunch: Artists Palette or the Turf Club. Considering that we had dinner ressies at Raglan Road and that it was still pretty hot outside we opted for a light lunch at AP where we could also use our DVC membership card to get a 10% discount.

Here's a picture of the inside of AP:


The interior is very light and airy thanks to all the windows and the high ceilings. Don't you love the colored glass hanging above the tables and the canvases suspended above the windows? From what we gathered during our scouting mission this is the primary feeding grounds for SSR guests - it's very similar to the Marketplace over at the Beach Club but much more spacious. The food is pretty much what you'd expect - not terrible and not great. What distressed me the most is that I desperately wanted a tuna fish sandwich for lunch - something light is not too much to ask for, is it?

Apparently it is. I couldn't find any cold sandwich options for lunch - everything was hot (other than the salad and you don't really want to read about why I can't eat salad, do you?). This was the first time on the trip - but not the last - that I ran across this decidedly strange situation. I don't know about you guys but when it's 90+ degrees outside and we're going to hang at the pool the last thing I want to eat is a hot meal. Gimme the tuna fish and no one gets hurt.

Well, when all else fails, I order things like this instead:


I love junk food. And I love hot dogs. Now, I know you're probably thinking, "But Brenda, you just said you didn't want anything hot for lunch." And you're right, I did say that. But a hot dog, by definition, is served hot, and therefore I had no choice in the matter. And it was a pretty good dog - not quite up to the standard set by Casey's, but still enjoyable. The chips, by the way, were nasty - randomly soggy or stale. It's a good thing that I'm not a big fan of chips.

Jason ordered a turkey caesar sandwich and it did look good, but I don't really like turkey so it wasn't an option for me. He said it was tasty and I guess we'll just have to take his word for it.



Our dinner reservation at Raglan Road was at 7:30 PM. In researching this restaurant I had read that they have live music starting at 8PM on weekends and Jason and I love good folk music, especially music of Celtic origin. We were both very much looking forward to this dinner and as you will soon see, we did our best to eat and drink our way through the Emerald Isle. This dinner was something of an impromptu baseball celebration for us, seeing as the Cardinals had shocked everyone by making it to the World Series beating the Mets in game 7 of the NLCS the night before. And, with my parents scheduled to join us at WDW the next day, we figured we'd better make the most of what might be our last dinner for two of the trip.

Here we are before setting out for a night of drunken gluttony:


And here is the front entrance to Raglan Road:


We arrived about 15 minutes early and did I ever feel vindicated for making ADRs six months in advance! We waited in line for about five minutes just to check in at the podium and were then given a pager and an escort to the bar. This bar was just stunning and we tried to take a picture but with all the dark wood and the mirrors we couldn't get it to turn out very well. And quite frankly we were more interested in libations than we were in photography 101.

I ordered a Celtic Sangria. I don't recall the ingredients but this was a great drink - light and refreshing, not too sweet and not too bitter. Here's a picture of me looking really dumb while I drink - I was definitely not ready for my close-up.


Jason ordered a pint of Murphys Red. He's a Guiness-man, but is always willing to try something new. I really liked this beer (he let me take a sip before telling me to get one of my own), but that's to be expected - I prefer a beer that doesn't have to be chewed.


I don't think we waited more than 10 minutes before our pager went off and we were being seated. Allow me now to offer up heartfelt thanks to the great and glorious restaurant seating gods because Jay and I were given a great table. Along the back section of the main dining room there is a long, curved leather-couch seating area with tables primarily for two - we were given a table at the very end of this section with a direct view of the stage and just across from the table where the Irish dancer was going to be doing her cool dance steps ala' Riverdance.

To make things even better, we discovered on the menu that there were both beer tasting flights and whiskey tasting flights! So many choices, so few liver cells.

First off we decided that we needed an appetizer because we were going to be in this place for the long haul. We ordered the Dalkey Duo - dalkey battered cocktail sausages with a dalkey mustard dipping sauce. Dalkey, dalkey, dalkey...I don't know what it means or where it may be but I like the way it feels on my tongue when I say it over and over again!


This was surprisingly good. I'm not a fan of deep fried foods but this was not the grease-fest that I feared it might be. The batter was actually pretty light and had a nice flavor and the sausages were just yummy. And the mustard sauce was like a mild dijon - very smooth.

At this point the rest of our alcohol showed up. We really needed a second table by now, but Jason didn't spend his formative years playing Tetris for nothing.

I think we ordered the Nations Beer Flight. The restaurant offers three different beer flights for about $8 each - you get to try four baby-sized beers. Ours consisted of Smithwicks, Stella Artois (remember, that's Our-Twa, not Our-Toes!), Boddingtons, and Tucher Hefeweiss.


For the whiskey tasting we ordered the Rock of Cagel, which is the mid-priced Irish whiskey flight. Raglan Road offers six different whiskey flights...3 Scotch whiskeys and 3 Irish whiskeys ranging from $15-$40 for a sampling of three. Neither one of us are very familiar with whiskey, but this seemed like a good time to broaden our horizens while simultaneously blurring them. Our tasting was $25 and consisted of Jameson 12-year, Tullamore Dew, and Red Breast.


There was a very nice if slightly concerned looking couple seated next to us. They took a picture of Jason and me and our booze, wasn't that kind?


So, what can I tell you about the boozieness that was going down at our table? Boddingtons was a favorite of mine prior to this visit and Stella was OK - I like hefeweissen so the Tucher was good and for some reason I didn't like the Smithwicks. Don't ask me why - you guys are lucky that I had enough presence of mind to write down what we were drinking.

As for the whiskey allow me to quote Ralph Wiggum: It tastes like burning.

It took most of the evening for us to polish off the whiskey - we ended up downing most of it with dessert and it seemed to be a lot less harsh with something sweet. There was one whiskey that actually reminded me of a tawny port, but sadly I don't recall which one it was.

For dinner I ordered the fish and chips. This was really good - lightly battered very fresh cod and the waitress didn't bat an eye when I asked for some cheap yellow mustard for my dinner. Mustard is my ketchup...I put it on fish, fries, hot dogs, pretzels...I think that may be all, but I'll get back to you if I think of anything else.


Jason ordered the Planxty (not to be confused with Plankton, who will show up at a later date) which is a roast pork hock served on a bed of mashed potatoes.


I did taste this and it was pretty good - not something I would have ordered but that's alright. Jason is the adventurous one but he always lets me take a taste so I know what I'm missing out on by being picky.

Now during the whole time we were gorging and guzzling the band was playing and the Irish dancer was popping in and out of the dining room and it was just a boisterous festive jolly place to be. The band was actually from Ireland and they played almost non-stop for two hours. They did a terrific job of getting the crowd to participate by telling us the lyrics in advance so we could sing along and by telling us the stories behind some of the songs. At one point there was a group of patrons in an area off the main bar who started a mini-square dancing session during one song. This is the best picture we have of the musicians, just to give you an idea of what it looked like while they were playing.


And then there was dessert - which we shared. I highly recommend you order this if you ever make it to Raglan Road. There was much lip-smacking and spoon-licking at our table with this choice and I'm pleased now to bring you a picture of Ger's Bread and Butter Pudding with butterscotch sauce and creme anglaise. I'm drooling on my keyboard as I type...


Well, by the time we staggered out of RR it was close to 11PM - we enjoyed this experience so much and really can't say enough good things about it. The food was terrific as was the service and the entertainment. We were able to use our DVC discount here, too, although it did not apply to alcohol. We definitley plan on coming back here again when we visit WDW next year.

I must share one other thing with you before closing out this day. We stopped at Goofy's Candy Co. on our walk back to SSR to pick up a couple of muffins for breakfast the next morning. We were moving over to the Beach Club Villas and wanted something quick to help us get out the door on time. Well, on our way to Goofy's we passed by Earl of Sandwich and although we must have walked by this place at least half a dozen times during the last couple of days we never really noticed their signage until we were...very tipsy. This produced the best laugh of the day:


If anyone here at the DIS has a review of Earl's Hot Roast Beef Smoothie I'd love to hear all about it.

And that's how we ended the day...laughing ourselves silly outside the Earl of Sandwich. And you know...it still makes me laugh. It's funny when I'm sober, too!

Stay tuned for Day 4 which will be somewhat spare until dinner at the Rose and Crown Pub.

Thanks for reading!
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You have written the BEST reviews that I have seen in a long time. Plus, you visited several of our favorite restaurants. Thanks a lot!

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Brenda, this is wonderful so far (as usual)! It amazes me that I can learn so much from your reports when I am a native Floridian AND a passholder to WDW. I HAVE to have the Kona Toast. And Raglan Road sounds like a blast.

As an aside, I lived in Britain for 3 years (college) and Stella Atrois (TWA!) was the lager of choice among the celebrities. Except they shortened it to Stella. So everytime I ever read the tabloids, my flatmates would be subjected to me shouting STELLAAAAAAAAA!!!! and then peeing myself laughing.

I can't wait to read more about the Food and Wine! I started a review of the World Showcase myself which I have neglected for the past few days for no reason other than sheer laziness. I intend to finish it today or tomorrow. At any rate, the link is in my signature.
Ireland was my faaaaaaaavorite booth.

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Brenda,
I have really enjoyed your reviews. I called DH in to see the pictures and reviews too, he demanded I make an ADR at Raglan Road so I just got off the phone with Disney Dining and made a ressie for our January trip! We already had breakfast reservations at Kona (our 1st time there for Breakfast) and he was really excited about the coffee- he is a coffee LOVER and can't stand the "generic" Nescafe coffee found EVERYWHERE else in WDW and the Tonga toast. Thanks so much for taking the time to write the reviews and include pictures!
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Ewww... Hot Roast Beef Smoothies

OMG so much beer and whisky in muliple glasses in front of you guys, there is no way on earth I could handle something like that. I'd be sliding under the table.

The food looks great though, maybe I missed something? the sausages were impaled on the forks, right? what were the little fried balls in the bowl?
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Those things in the bowl were more tasty fried sausages...I'm not sure why some of them were served impaled on forks unless our wait staff was trying to imply that we should have been sharing them with others.

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OMG so much beer and whisky in muliple glasses in front of you guys, there is no way on earth I could handle something like that. I'd be sliding under the table.

The food looks great though, maybe I missed something? the sausages were impaled on the forks, right? what were the little fried balls in the bowl?
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Ha ha ha!! Great minds think alike...I had to restrain myself and Jason on more than one occassion from bellowing "STELLAAAAAA" both at Epcot and at Raglan Road.

The Ireland food booth was pretty good, wasn't it? I'll be checking out your latest masterpiece verry soon.

Thanks for the kind words.

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Brenda, this is wonderful so far (as usual)! It amazes me that I can learn so much from your reports when I am a native Floridian AND a passholder to WDW. I HAVE to have the Kona Toast. And Raglan Road sounds like a blast.

As an aside, I lived in Britain for 3 years (college) and Stella Atrois (TWA!) was the lager of choice among the celebrities. Except they shortened it to Stella. So everytime I ever read the tabloids, my flatmates would be subjected to me shouting STELLAAAAAAAAA!!!! and then peeing myself laughing.

I can't wait to read more about the Food and Wine! I started a review of the World Showcase myself which I have neglected for the past few days for no reason other than sheer laziness. I intend to finish it today or tomorrow. At any rate, the link is in my signature.
Ireland was my faaaaaaaavorite booth.

Looking forward to the rest!
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Laura,
thanks for reading - I hope you and your DH have a great time in January. The kona coffee is excellent!

Be sure to let me know what you think once you get back.

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I have really enjoyed your reviews. I called DH in to see the pictures and reviews too, he demanded I make an ADR at Raglan Road so I just got off the phone with Disney Dining and made a ressie for our January trip! We already had breakfast reservations at Kona (our 1st time there for Breakfast) and he was really excited about the coffee- he is a coffee LOVER and can't stand the "generic" Nescafe coffee found EVERYWHERE else in WDW and the Tonga toast. Thanks so much for taking the time to write the reviews and include pictures!
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