Bring back..............

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by CHIPSTER, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. fla4fun

    fla4fun DIS Veteran

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    Add me to the list of those who miss the Concourse Steakhouse. I loved that restaurant so much I would stop on my way home from work two or three times a week just to have dinner. There has never been another Disney restaurant I felt that way about. I think it was a combination of the atmosphere and the good, yet simple, food. I have tried to like the Wave, but it just isn't the same at all.
     
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  3. Kae

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    Another one who misses the old Chef Mickeys. The Souffle oven at CG.

    Kae
     
  4. Teddys~Mom

    Teddys~Mom Those that matter never mind, those that mind neve

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    Spoodles. I used to love their food!
     
  5. Uncleromulus

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    Actually we liked Ariels a lot--went there 3x before it closed. But as JimmyV says, most likely FF killed it off.

    I sort of wish Fireworks Factory would come back---and Seasons at the Disney Institute.
     
  6. izzy

    izzy "It's not the heat -- it's the stupidity"

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    I will second and third the breakfast at Tony's!! They had the best french toast, and they gave you a cinnamon roll to start off the meal.
     
  7. kgsmith

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    My husband and I miss breakfast at Boatwright's. We loved the Crescent City French Toast! I think the first time we stayed at POR (it was Dixie Landings back then), I ate that just about every day.
     
  8. cwt580

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    some of the best meals i ever had were here.....
     
  9. wcpamotm

    wcpamotm It's never too late to have a happy childhood

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    I agree with a lot of the above, and would add Bonfamilles. While not a "destination", it was a pleasant setting with a good breakfast. I think FQ needs its own sit-down restaurant, though Mickey clearly disagrees with me.
     
  10. mickeynut1

    mickeynut1 DIS Veteran

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    I second this :thumbsup2. We loved Concourse Steakhouse and were so sad when it closed :(.
     
  11. Mick West

    Mick West Mouseketeer

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    I can't remember the name of it! It was in AK and they converted it to a buffet a few years back. Still has a little bakery window out front - I think it's right near the Safari Ride entrance. It was the bomb!! Tuskerhouse???
     
  12. Travelingdad

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    I had high hopes for Kouzzina but we thought food was good, not great. Atmosphere and service were okay. Overall nice but not outstanding.
     
  13. sephorachick

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    Alfredos for freshly made alfredo! I have the recipe & make it at home now & then :)
     

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