Can you request a server?

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  1. eventsdj

    eventsdj Mouseketeer

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    With some of the posts about great/ bad servers,
    I'm wondering if I can write in my disney notes to ask for "so and so",.
    Considering they may not be there, have a few choices.

    Is that rude? We don't get to DW often, and this is our first time doing ANY sit down ressies, and if I get a stinky server, I'm not likely to be too keen on it, paying for the dining plan and all.

    Also, can you request to be right by the tank at Coral Reef?
     
  2. mickeysaver

    mickeysaver <font color=blue>WINNER of the world's worst limer

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    In December of 2005 we had an awesome server at Kona Cafe. We asked if she was working the morning that we went back to Kona last year in September. She was and we were seated in her section. She remembered us right down to the table that we sat at 9 months prior. We were impressed again last year with her service and plan to ask for her again next month when we dine there again.

    I don't think it's rude, especially if you are a good tipper! :thumbsup2 Maggie
     
  3. kaytieeldr

    kaytieeldr Reserving the right to make jokes out of typos - b

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    Yes, you can absolutely request a server! Keep in mind, that person may not be working while you're there, or you may have a long wait.

    Ditto for requesting to be right down by the tank. I didn't think it was such a great seat - I could only see one section, and everything looked blue.
     
  4. eventsdj

    eventsdj Mouseketeer

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    good tip on the tank, thanks.

    I don't mind being a few "tiers" up, I know pretty much every seat in the house is good.
    My issue is my 4 year old wanting to be one of the pests that wants her face right up at the tank the whole time, and having to force her to sit away from it.
     

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