ADRs for the "Fortune Cookie Surprise Trip to Disney" :-)

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by lynninpa, Mar 12, 2006.

  1. lynninpa

    lynninpa <img src=http://www.wdwinfo.com/images/smilies/pop

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    As many of you know, my DH and I recently surprised our kids, their spouses and our grandkids with an all-expense-paid trip to Disney in August.
    DH and I are going, too!
    If you would like to read just how we surprised them, click here!http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1049847 :blush:

    Many of you have asked us to share our "pre-trip" plans and so we are excited to post our ADRs!
    It will be a first-time experience for each of us at all of the places we have "booked!" :wizard:

    :teeth: Dinner at Cinderella's Royal Table for our first night

    :teeth: Dinner at Boma on our AK day

    :teeth: Breakfast at The Crystal Palace 8:05 am! on our MK day

    :teeth: Dinner at LeCellier on our EPCOT day

    :teeth: Late dinner at Ohanas on our water park day

    Well, that's it as of now. Still deciding if we should make one more for everyone together on our MGM day, or leave one day open for everyone to "do as they please" for dinner :scratchin
     
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  3. sassymom

    sassymom Does the tag fairy have any little fairies at home

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    :woohoo: DD can't wait for the first one....It is all she talks about, and makes sure to tell everyone that we are eating IN the castle and she will have her picture taken with Cinderella herself.
     
  4. lynninpa

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    Any suggestions for our MGM day? ;)
     
  5. pedro2112

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    If you are a fun bunch (and you sound like you are!), then I'd recommend The 50s Prime Time Cafe
     
  6. lynninpa

    lynninpa <img src=http://www.wdwinfo.com/images/smilies/pop

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    It does sound like a fun place! I was just worried about the service. I have to admit that i would be so disappointerd if say we had a "blah" server while others had a very "animated," fun server! :confused3
     
  7. mjmcca

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    Even a blah server is great in that place. The little TVs with the clips from the old shows are really fun to watch as you eat.
    The food is pretty good too.
     
  8. Hopefully

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    You could also choose to leave MGM for an early dinner and eat at a restaurant at the Boardwalk or the YC/BC depending on your desires. It is a short walk or a bit longer boat ride each way.
    There is the Cape May Cafe for a "clambake" dinner. Flying Fish for an upscale dinner. Spoodles has many loyal followers. The Yachtsman Steakhouse for fine dining, and all of the restaurants at the Swan/Dolphine.
    There are many choices just outside the "doors" of MGM.
    Enjoy!
     

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