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Old 01-24-2013, 06:10 AM   #1
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Thanksgiving 2013

My DD and I will be at WDW for our first ever thanksgiving in the USA (we live in Australia) - where could we go to get a traditional dinner within the resort area? We are staying at AoA resort. I thought table service would be nice too. Thanks
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:28 AM   #2
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My DD and I will be at WDW for our first ever thanksgiving in the USA (we live in Australia) - where could we go to get a traditional dinner within the resort area? We are staying at AoA resort. I thought table service would be nice too. Thanks
Do you mean a "turkey and stuffing" traditional USA Thanksgiving dinner?
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If you don't mind battling the crowds at MK on Thanksgiving, I would HIGHLY recommend doing Thanksgiving dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern. You don't get much more quintessential American Thanksgiving than that!
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If you don't mind battling the crowds at MK on Thanksgiving, I would HIGHLY recommend doing Thanksgiving dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern. You don't get much more quintessential American Thanksgiving than that!
If we're talking inside a park,
Epcot will be easier to negotiate and the meal at The Land's "Garden Grill" offers
traditional American Thanksgiving fare, too.

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Family style Dinner - Farmers Salad, Char Grilled Beef Strip Loin, Roasted Turkey Breast, Fish of the Day, Garden Fresh Vegetables, Smashed Potatoes, and Turkey Dressing, Strawberry/Rhubarb Crisp, with Vanilla Ice Cream

Plus, it is a "character meal" with Mickey, Chip & Dale, and Pluto.
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:07 AM   #5
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We ate at Coral Reef this past Thanksgiving. They had a delishious traditional meal along with regular menu. Best pumpkin pie I ever had!
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