DINNER BEFORE SPECTRO in DEC.

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  1. goldenears

    goldenears DIS Veteran

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    I need to pick a restaurant to eat at before Spectro in December. Places that I am planning on eating at on another day in the MK area include:
    WCC
    CP
    CRT
    We have also already eaten at CM and 1900 PF on prior trips. I was thinking of 'Ohana or Liberty Tree Tavern. Any input would be greatly appreciated. I am also open to other suggestions.
     
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  3. Kristineamb

    Kristineamb Disney Diva & Pop Tart

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    I know it has gotten mixed reviews but we've always enjoyed Tony's...the portions are big enough that my DH and I each order a house salad and then share the spaghetti and meatball entree. I try to make our ADR about 1 1/2-2 hours before Spectro is scheduled to begin...then when we are done with dinner all we have to do is walk out on the veranda/porch and watch it go by...we usually take off after it passes us, so its bonus we are close to the exit! :thumbsup2
     
  4. JanaD

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    I would have to say pick Liberty Tree Tavern. It is one of my family's favorite restaurants, and if you can time it right, you can finish dinner and step right out and watch SpectroMagic turn the corner! A good dinner and a good parade spot, all in one!
     
  5. goldenears

    goldenears DIS Veteran

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    Thanks for your replies! Can you tell me about how long dinner lastsat these places?
     
  6. Kristineamb

    Kristineamb Disney Diva & Pop Tart

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    approximatley hour-hour & half once you are seated has been our experience... :)
     
  7. goldenears

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    Thanks!
     

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