Help! Suggestions please!

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by DancingBear, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. DancingBear

    DancingBear DIS Veteran

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    120 days out is tomorrow for Sunday, December, 8, the second day of our vacation, time to make PSs! We are eating a quick breakfast in the room (Contemporary) that day then going to MK. These are the possibilities for the rest of the day:

    Sit-down meal for lunch in MK. Lighter dinner at Downtown Disney after MK closes at 6 pm (Puck's Express).

    Sit-down lunch at a monorail resort (GF Cafe?), or WL or FW (Trails End?), light dinner at Downtown Disney.

    Counter service lunch at MK, sit-down dinner at Downtown Disney.

    Counter service lunch at MK, dinner in the Boardwalk area (Spoodles) followed by visit to see the Osbourne Lights at MGM.

    Further info: group is me, DW, my 71yo parents, and 2yo son. We will be doing LTT later in the week before MVMCP.

    Lots of possibilities here--let me know your thoughts.
     
  2. tinagirl

    tinagirl DIS Veteran

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    Wow, Those are a ton of options.

    If it was me, I would do one of two things:
    #1 - Eat Lunch at CRT (get either Bruno's or Mr. Domo's...very good food, IMO, and there are no characters at the time, so the atmosphere is much more mellow) followed by a counter service dinner (perhaps Tangeriene cafe at Epcot or a quick sit down at downtown disney.)

    #2 - Eat Lunch at trails end, which has a ton of variety at an excellent price, followed by a nice boardwalk dinner. (flying fish perhaps).

    Hope this helps...again, it's just my opinion.

    ~Tina
     
  3. drenkey

    drenkey Mouseketeer

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    For a seated lunch at a monorail resort, we recommend Kona Cafe at the Polynesian. The food tends to have an Asian/South Pacific flair, but the menu has enough variety to please almost everyone. My husband absolutely loves the grilled mahi-mahi sandwich on the lunch menu. Another plus is the Kona Cafe is just steps from the Polynesian's monorail station.

    Good luck planning! :)
     

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