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Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by TheRatPack, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. TheRatPack

    TheRatPack Under penalty of law this tag not to be removed ex

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    Okay, here is the day that is still giving me issues with booking ADRs.

    Day 1: Magic Kingdom
    • Pirates League
    • Pirates League Parade 4:30
    • Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party 8:00pm

    We have breakfast booked leaving plenty of time for our Pirates League visit. We'll have lunch at a counter service somewhere in the park and then make it back in time for the Pirates League Parade. Supper is where I'm having an issue. We probably need something around 5:30 at the latest so we still have room for the desserts, right? Or should we just eat a late lunch and hold off until the dessert party?
     
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  3. MouseMomx2

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    If it were me, I'd have lunch around 1:30/2:00 and I'd pack or purchase some healthy snacks to have around dinner time. That will keep the kids from getting too hungry before the dessert party.
     
  4. TheRatPack

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    Thanks....I might just do that. I know they will need something before the dessert party that is of substance so it can ward off all that sugar LOL. Still I just didn't feel right about a big meal within hours of the party. Are the sandwiches at the Main Street Bakery pretty decent? We might could grab a couple of those and split them, along with some fruit.
     
  5. jcemom

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    We find that we usually like to have meals 4-5 hours apart at Disney, depending on how big each meal is. Unless we had a pretty late breakfast, we would probably need something for dinner before the dessert party. Maybe you could have something small, or share something. Half a sandwich would make a great light dinner, or chili from Columbia Harbour, or a soft pretzel, something like that. You don't want to be too full to enjoy the desserts! ;)
     
  6. TheRatPack

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    No doubt Jcemom, I want to indulge a bit with those delicious desserts and don't want to be too full. At the same time I have to be a bit sneaky because my family knows that I don't go past 6 for supper so they'll wonder what I'm doing if I'm just splitting a sandwich with them LOL. They have no idea we're going to the dessert party :)

    Definitely going to think the sandwich route through....or an early dinner/late lunch before the Pirate Parade and then just a snack prior to lining up for the party.
     
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    I booked LTT for 2:30, that should leave enough time after the Pirates League and enough time to eat and make it back for the Pirates Parade. We can get a snack for our supper....so we'll have something on our stomachs before filling up on sugary sweets at the dessert party :).
     
  8. juliebug1997

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    That's a great idea! Oh, and the sandwiches are pretty good at the Main Street Bakery.
     
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    Thanks, we've never had a sandwich from there but that's where we were thinking. Maybe we could even share one and a bag of chips or something.
     

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