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Old 06-14-2007, 11:02 PM   #31
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Personally, I don't care for the S'mores. If I recall correctly, it is a graham cracker with marshmallows toasted on top and chocolate syrup drizzled over them.

If I want a S'more, I want it with real chocolate - not chocolate syrup.

I think that I would choose the Brownie Sundae or the Apple Cobbler instead.

(BTW - I have had the fried chicken and the pot roast and I would recommend either of them. )
The smores are a full graham cracker with 1/2 of a hershey's bar (it is real hershey brand chocolate) with 8 large marshmallows toasted on top. There is a chocolate sauce drizzled on top and decorating the plate.
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Old 06-14-2007, 11:04 PM   #32
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Everything sounds YUMMY.

I am soooo glad to know that you can substitute the vegtables. I want to go back to 50's Prime Time soooo bad but when my daughter saw the menu, she said YUK to the veggies that they had on the menu!

WHAT IN THE WORLD IS ROOT VEGTABLE HASH?

DO THEY REALLY SERVE CORN? I didn't see corn anywhere on the menu.

WOULD FRENCH FRIES COUNT AS YOUR VEGGIE?
Root Vegetable Hash is various root vegetables sauted in olive oil and fresh herbs with garlic. The veggies include carrots, potatoes, rutabegas, parsnips and turnips and is surprisingly not bad (I expected far worse when I first tried it and now I am a fan of it).

You can get corn, green beans, southern greens for your veggies. If you really wanted you can get fries as a veggie, but you will likely get fussed at first.
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Old 06-14-2007, 11:06 PM   #33
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Does anyone remember if the pot roast is well done or is it served pink?

Also, was the apple pie served warm?
The pot roast is cooked for hours and very well done but also extremely moist and tasty. No apple pie, but there is a warm apple cobbler.
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Old 06-15-2007, 12:25 AM   #34
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The pot roast is cooked for hours and very well done but also extremely moist and tasty. No apple pie, but there is a warm apple cobbler.
Sounds perfect!
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Old 06-15-2007, 09:13 PM   #35
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Are all the tables set up like your in a little kitchen or do they only have a few of those?
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Old 06-15-2007, 09:30 PM   #36
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We love the Prime Time! It is always the same each time...

DH always eats the pot roast, DS always gets the steak (and gobbles down the root veggie hash, even though he doesn't like most veggies! He even wanted the recipe for me to make at home!) and DD and I split the meatloaf.

Apps-onion rings and fried cheese

Dessert-brownie sundae

Enjoy your meal, and have a great trip!
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Old 06-15-2007, 10:23 PM   #37
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Yummy

We were just at the 50's Primetime last Sat. for the first time. It was AWESOME. Our server was the babysitter, Liz and she was excellent. We had such fun with her. I ordered the fried cheese for an appet....love, love, love Boursin cheese. For the entree, I had the fried chicken, green beans and mashed potatoes and gravy. Dessert was the Smore's, and I loved them! My DD had the onion rings, chicken sandwich and a sundae. She really enjoyed the PB&J milkshake!

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Old 06-15-2007, 10:27 PM   #38
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Everything sounds YUMMY.

I am soooo glad to know that you can substitute the vegtables. I want to go back to 50's Prime Time soooo bad but when my daughter saw the menu, she said YUK to the veggies that they had on the menu!

WHAT IN THE WORLD IS ROOT VEGTABLE HASH?

DO THEY REALLY SERVE CORN? I didn't see corn anywhere on the menu.

WOULD FRENCH FRIES COUNT AS YOUR VEGGIE?
I think the potroast looks great but I don't want the carrots and stuff on top. Will they let you substitute greens as a side instead??
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Old 06-16-2007, 06:30 AM   #39
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We were there last week and I had the salad, meatloaf and smores. It was one of my favorite meals on the trip. My DS had the pb&j shake which he remembered from the last trip. He loved it.
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Old 06-16-2007, 10:48 AM   #40
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I think the potroast looks great but I don't want the carrots and stuff on top. Will they let you substitute greens as a side instead??
I had the pot roast when we ate there a few weeks ago. The carrots and stuff on top were only a few matchstick sized pieces, placed there merely for decoration. There was not a substantial serving of them at all. (I was a bit disappointed by that, to be honest....).

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Old 06-16-2007, 11:01 AM   #41
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make sure you get what you will eat

I love this place but make sure you order food you will eat or be ready to be teased for not cleaning your plate. I went with what came with my chicken and it was some nasty green stuff as I eat my chicken I piled my bones on top of it, when the waitress came to clear the plate she announced to the whole room look she is hiding her food thinking I am stupid, now lets play plane and everyone had to make a plane sound while she feed me one spoon of nasty green stuff. As we were enjoying our meal a mans cell phone went off a waitress walked over and stood over him and said we don't talk on the phone while at the dinner table and she stood there till he hung up everyone was lol at this, she saw saying while standing there you can call them back after you clean you plate. the entertainment there is worth the trip over there. We have added it to our must do list for Disney
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Yeah, they're tricky there too, they HIDE veggies underneath your meat, lol. I was really hungry when I went so I ate everything, including the "hidden" ones and when the server came to take my plate she said "wow, you even found the hidden vegetables".
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Old 07-30-2010, 12:58 PM   #43
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You have to try either the POT ROAST or the TUNA CASSEROLE for an entree.

And the BROWNIE SUNDAY for desert
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Old 07-30-2010, 01:58 PM   #44
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....If you really wanted you can get fries as a veggie, but you will likely get fussed at first.
When we were there this summer my son wanted the mashed potatoes that came with his meal but he wanted fries instead of the vegetable. Of course, he mumbles, and the waitress was talking fast - but I thought I caught something when she read it back. So I asked her again on his and she had fries instead of potatoes...and the regular vegetable. I said that no he wants the mashed potatoes, but he doesn't want the "green beans" so she asked if he wanted corn. It became complicated because everytime he said he wanted fries she tried to get rid of the potatoes. Finally she said he could substitute a starch with a starch (mashed or fries) and a vegetable for a vegetable, but not a starch for a vegetable. After she left another son commented that corn is a starch so that didn't make sense I don't remember what he wound up getting - I was so confused by the time she left.
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Old 07-30-2010, 05:20 PM   #45
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We went to 50's for lunch last week, and I highly recommend the wedge salad and the pot pie (shared the pot pie with our oldest son - we both loved it.) I also loved the electric lemonade with the glow cube.

My husband ordered the fried chicken, but I think he should have gone with the pot roast.

Our youngest loved the chicken noodle soup, and our middle son enjoyed the mac and cheese.
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