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Old 10-26-2013, 10:18 PM   #91
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Ah - so sad your reviews are over.

Sorry your final Disney meal was less than stellar. I am always tempted to try Tony's, but the reviews are never great. It looks so pretty from the pictures that I suppose we will try it one day for the atmosphere and to stifle a pasta craving if nothing else.
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Old 10-27-2013, 02:13 PM   #92
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Thank you for all your reviews and your wonderful final post.
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Old 10-27-2013, 02:23 PM   #93
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Just starting to read dining reviews again, yours was great, thanks!!! Just reminds me again the DH and I have to make it back to the world!
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Old 10-27-2013, 04:23 PM   #94
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Thanks for the great reviews. We ate at most of the same restaurants last month that you did and enjoyed them all.
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Old 10-27-2013, 05:29 PM   #95
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Really enjoyed your food report - this is the first one I've read!

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Ah - so sad your reviews are over.

Sorry your final Disney meal was less than stellar. I am always tempted to try Tony's, but the reviews are never great. It looks so pretty from the pictures that I suppose we will try it one day for the atmosphere and to stifle a pasta craving if nothing else.
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Thanks for the great reviews. We ate at most of the same restaurants last month that you did and enjoyed them all.
Thank you so much, everyone!! It was a pleasure to write this DR, so I'm glad some people read and enjoyed it!
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:29 PM   #96
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Nice reviews
Helps put meals/places I've never eaten at in a perspective of trying them or not
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Old 10-31-2013, 01:12 AM   #97
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Three Broomsticks looks so good! With the cm's preventing you from sitting without food and then seating you, does it make it less crowded in there? It was so crowded everywhere in Hogsmeade! I know it's done so well and HP is so great...but it was hard to enjoy it all bumping elbows with everyone all over the place! Although, since it was so hard to browse, it probably saved me quite a few galleons!

Also...what exactly is in a cornish pasty? Is it just the ground beef or are there a few other things? I'm not too familiar with meat pies, except chicken pot pies so I don't know what would really be inside!

Sounds like you really hit it out of the park with your Epcot CS choices! I'm glad they were all successes!

The Rosita looks very pretty! But unfortunately I'm not into floral flavors very much either. I love margaritas...I love that there's so much you can do with them, but the standard ways are pretty great! The rest of the meal sounds like it was great! I feel like Mexican can be done so well or so cheaply and so I'm usually pretty scared to try new places, but it sounds like we may have to head over there sometime!

Love your reviews! So sad it's over! When's the next trip?
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Old 10-31-2013, 11:47 AM   #98
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I love reading about place I've never considered-- that's how we decided on Artist Point in 2011. It wasn't on my radar until I read a review that had a pic of the glorious pork belly-- I was sold, and it ended up being our favorite meal of the trip! Just one of the many reasons I love these boards!

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Three Broomsticks looks so good! With the cm's preventing you from sitting without food and then seating you, does it make it less crowded in there? It was so crowded everywhere in Hogsmeade! I know it's done so well and HP is so great...but it was hard to enjoy it all bumping elbows with everyone all over the place! Although, since it was so hard to browse, it probably saved me quite a few galleons!

Also...what exactly is in a cornish pasty? Is it just the ground beef or are there a few other things? I'm not too familiar with meat pies, except chicken pot pies so I don't know what would really be inside!

Sounds like you really hit it out of the park with your Epcot CS choices! I'm glad they were all successes!

The Rosita looks very pretty! But unfortunately I'm not into floral flavors very much either. I love margaritas...I love that there's so much you can do with them, but the standard ways are pretty great! The rest of the meal sounds like it was great! I feel like Mexican can be done so well or so cheaply and so I'm usually pretty scared to try new places, but it sounds like we may have to head over there sometime!

Love your reviews! So sad it's over! When's the next trip?
Hogshead didn't feel too crowded, but Three Broomsticks did, if only because the tables are just SO close together.
The cornish pasties were just fried meat pies with ground meat and minced potatoes/herbs. So simple and so yummy!
Yeah, the Rosita was a case of a drink looking a lot prettier than it tasted. Zach is SUPER picky and he loved La Hacienda, so I'd definitely give it a try!
Thanks for reading, girl!
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i know this is late but i just stumbled upon your reviews. i have to ask, how is the upside down caramel macchiato made??
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i know this is late but i just stumbled upon your reviews. i have to ask, how is the upside down caramel macchiato made??
Hi! So the idea with the upside down caramel macchiato is that the shots of espresso are in the bottom of the cup, instead of poured on top. According to Zach, this means you taste the espresso all the way through/it mixes better.
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Old 01-05-2014, 12:44 PM   #101
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I loved reading your reviews. They are the perfect length for my taste. Uh oh, pun not intended.
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Old 01-05-2014, 04:20 PM   #102
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I loved reading your reviews. They are the perfect length for my taste. Uh oh, pun not intended.
Thank you!! I'm glad you enjoyed them!
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