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Old 10-05-2012, 11:56 AM   #1
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7:45 ADR, 8:00 park closes. =/

We had to get a 7:45 ADR for 50's Cafe for our upcoming trip. Park closes at 8pm that night. Will we have to rush or take it to go? Will they still cut up with guests that late?
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The park closing means the rides close...fantasmic probably doesnt start until 8 if its happening that night...you will be fine and have a great dinner and most importantly - enjoy the experience of walking out of the park when its mostly empty!!
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Thank you! Still learning as I go!
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Old 10-05-2012, 03:26 PM   #4
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We had to get a 7:45 ADR for 50's Cafe for our upcoming trip. Park closes at 8pm that night. Will we have to rush or take it to go? Will they still cut up with guests that late?
I've done plenty of meals near the end of the night and walked out of an empty park (mostly at Epcot). They will not rush you per se, but they may ask you for your dessert order a little earlier than normal just in case the kitchen starts to clean up. However, we've never had a problem getting our meals.
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Old 10-05-2012, 04:21 PM   #5
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1) They will not rush you with a late ADR.
2) For ala carte items, they should all be available.
3) In some cases, all buffet items might not be available.
. . . they would need to make a new batch of something
. . . with only a few guests, there would be a lot of waste
4) Usually a nice walk out of the park when it is empty.
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