1900 Park Fare - Dress Code RESORT CASUAL??

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  1. tmccullough

    tmccullough Mouseketeer

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    Under the 1900 Park Fare, the dress code states that it is "Resort Casual". My DD's will be wearing princess costumes, but for me and DH and DD14, are shorts and sandals OK? I'll probable wear capris along with DD14 but DH was asking if he should take some dockers. HELP! :confused3 :confused3
     
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  3. bradk

    bradk She runs to get away from you.

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    anything that's allowed in the parks is allowed there.
     
  4. disneyfanUSA

    disneyfanUSA DIS Veteran

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    Nope dont hav to wear anything fancy!
     
  5. daisyduck123

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    We eat dinner there every trip & always wear t-shirts, shorts, & our Tevas.

    (We'll be there next Wednesday night, all 8 of us, wearing exactly that!!) :banana:
     
  6. tmccullough

    tmccullough Mouseketeer

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    Thanks to all!! That answers my question. DH will be especially happy that he can wear his cargo shorts! This forum never ceases to amaze me with the vast information that everyone pitches in and supplies!! :cool1:
     
  7. kathyanderson28

    kathyanderson28 Earning My Ears

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    I have an 8:00pm dinner reservation on Sunday, May 13. Could someone help me out, about how long is the average meal there? Somewhere I read to plan 2 hours for a character meal. Is that about acurate?

    Thanks!
     
  8. ReggieB

    ReggieB DIS Cast Member<br><font color=red>I don't kiss ca

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    I would imagine anything but your bathing suit is just fine.

    We never stick around much longer than an hour at most restaurants, including the character ones. However if it's busy, sometimes you may have to wait a little longer for all the characters to get to visit your table. So I think 1 1/2 - 2 is probably a generous allowance. You wont be rushing through it all either.
     
  9. kathyanderson28

    kathyanderson28 Earning My Ears

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    Thank you for the input!! I can get a better idea for planning now.
     

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