best restaurant for large groups?

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  1. mouselover75

    mouselover75 Earning My Ears

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    we have a group of 15 including three small kids, some on dining plan some not. Can anyone make a suggestion for ANY restaurant that you think may be able to accommodate us.

    Our goal is to have the whole group together for just one meal, then break into smaller groups for the remainder of the week.

    any suggestions would be most helpful!

    Thanks, Lea Ann
     
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  3. shellbelle1971

    shellbelle1971 7 young DIS-ers in our castle

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    Our group (which varies between 12-15 people depending on which meal) was able to get ressies at every restaurant we really wanted, including:

    Fantasmic dinner package at Hollywood & Vine
    Dinner at Whispering Canyon Cafe just before MNSSHP
    Dinner at Rainforest Cafe
    Princess lunch at Akershus in Norway
    etc...

    The nice people at Group Dining were very helpful!

    The only place we've been unable to make ressies is Cheesecake Factory...but we can't blame Disney for that, right?
     
  4. mkygrl

    mkygrl DIS Veteran

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    Our large parties have eaten at Wispering Canyon, Chef Mickey's,Ohana and Park Fare. They were all great!
     
  5. DVC~OKW~96

    DVC~OKW~96 <font color=green>I'm not big on gold as a color.

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    Cape May's New England Clambake Buffet has something for everyone, even non-shellfish/fish lovers! The childrens corner has the standard macaroni and cheese and pizza, but often has a variety of other options not always found on children's menus at WDW. Of course they can fill their plates from any side!

    The salad, cold selections side is extensive and there is a nice variety there.

    A hot pasta dish, hot vegetable dish, roasted chicken, beef dish, barbecue ribs, and mash of some sort are featured on the non seafood side.

    The seafood side has steamed mussels, steamed clams, steamed shrimp (hot, peel and eat) a fish selection (usually the boring old salmon, but sometimes it's mahi mahi or tuna) red skin potatoes, corn on the cob...

    There is cornbread. Other types of rolls are available too.

    Soup is usually clam chowder, with another hot pot of Walt's favorite chili, or another soup.

    Desserts are included and there is a really nice selection to choose from there too!

    I usually book here when the group number starts getting beyond six or so. I've not been disappointed yet in the quality of the food or the service.

    Pitchers of beer, cocktails, wine and other drinks are also available (they are not included).

    DDE applies.
     
  6. Tucker710

    Tucker710 Earning My Ears

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    The Biergarten restaurant at Epcot would be great. It is a wonderful German buffet (more bang for your buck) and the seating is family style so everyone can sit together. They have a great band and it is a fun, upbeat atmosphere. Have fun!!
     
  7. KIRSTIN'S MOMMY

    KIRSTIN'S MOMMY <font color=0099FF>Creates edible masterpieces<br>

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    We have a group of 19, and have ADR's at:
    Hoop de Doo
    LeCellier
    'Ohana
    LTT
    50's PT
    Sci Fi
    Mitsukoshi Teppanyaki
    WCC
    Chef Mickey's
    Fantasmic package at Mama Melrose's
    This is the second time we've gone with a group, the last one was a group of 16. We've always been happy with group dining. We have been put at different tables, but close together. It's hard to find a table that will seat 15, lol. Have a great trip!
     

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