If you could only do one event at F&WF...

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Which would you choose for the value and experience?

  1. Exquisite Evenings

  2. Party for the Senses

  3. Sampling the various food booths on your own

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  1. donaldsgal

    donaldsgal First row for Tower of Terror, Rock-n-Roller Coast

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    ... which would you choose? Assuming money was not a problem (just have to work a couple of extra shifts to come up with it).

    Also, assuming we aren't big drinkers but would be willing to try some things. Meaning, if the whole event is about the alcohol, no thanks, but if it's a wine pairing, that'd be okay (don't really see the appeal of wine but I've been told I haven't found a good one for me and haven't had good matches with my meals).

    Thanks!
     
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  3. buzz5985

    buzz5985 DIS Veteran

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    When DH and I went - we wished we were able to get into the Samual Adams Beer tasting. Plenty of room for the wine tasting - but Sam Adams was sold out.
     
  4. Mackey Mouse

    Mackey Mouse <font color="blue">Me read the Navigator? I don't

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    I voted for party for the senses, I thought it was incredible....something I am glad we took in when we went to the Food and Wine... it was nice to meet the chefs from various resorts and sample their cooking for this event.
     
  5. donaldsgal

    donaldsgal First row for Tower of Terror, Rock-n-Roller Coast

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    Thanks voters and posters! :thumbsup2
     
  6. shellybaxter

    shellybaxter Dis Veteran <br>Disney Restaurants for one hundre

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    We are only going to one ticketed F&W festival event and we've chosen Sweet Sundays. Got to love those desserts
     
  7. Tamar

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    Here's a vote for PFTS. DH doesn't drink, but he loves to eat. I'm a seafood/vegetarian, so there are lots of offerings I can't eat, but I love to sample all the wines. It's an event we can both enjoy. Plus performers from La Nouba and very nice souveneir wine glasses.
     
  8. yearbook50

    yearbook50 Mouseketeer<br><font color=darkorchid>I gave all o

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    Chances are the EE is sold out, so I would go for the PotS.
     
  9. kabuki

    kabuki <font color=green>It's free if you pass out in the

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    DH and I have voted for PFTS! We are doing two this year and can't wait!
     
  10. Ms.Mouse

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    I think its better to sample booths as you go....
     
  11. donaldsgal

    donaldsgal First row for Tower of Terror, Rock-n-Roller Coast

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    That's good to know. We aren't big drinkers and were told that PFTS would be a bit of a waste if we didn't drink. I'm glad to know you don't find it a waste - we may reconsider. Thanks!
     
  12. donaldsgal

    donaldsgal First row for Tower of Terror, Rock-n-Roller Coast

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    This is actually for 2008, but it's still good to know some events sell out early. Thanks!
     

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