Jellyrolls-Tell me all about it!

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by devine5829, Apr 30, 2004.

  1. devine5829

    devine5829 Mouseketeer

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    Is there food or just drink?

    What kinds of drink ("Pub"ish with mostly beer?? Do they have wine?? Martinis??)

    Tell me about the "Dueling Pianos".

    Is it still fun if we got there early-9:00PM?

    Have you ever left your kids at one of the resort clubs to go here?

    Do you need a reso?

    Is there a wait?
     
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  3. wdw_dine_junkie

    wdw_dine_junkie DIS Veteran

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  4. Maleficent13

    Maleficent13 <font color=blue>Heh Heh, you're all gonna die<br>

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    When I was there in November, the cover was $7.00. So worth it though. It's a TON of fun!

    Re: food...we usually eat somewhere at the Boardwalk or YC/BC and then hit Jellyrolls.
     
  5. Daddy Daughter Day

    Daddy Daughter Day Earning My Ears

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    We went to Jelly Rolls during Easter Week. It was one of the highlights of our trip. We got there early and there was no wait. There is also a better chance of them playing your requests when the crowd is lighter. Have fun!
     
  6. Robert P

    Robert P GLOBEX - taking over your world one country at a t

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    Pretty much agreeing with the previous posters. $7 in October 2003. 9:00 p.m. is when it does start to pick up and tables are scarce or non-existent by 10:00, probably even sooner. And the salty popcorn description is an understatement (it was loaded up with salt).
    Another point is that Tuesdays appeared to be cast member night, and the place was SRO well before 10:00, with a major log-jam near the door.
    If you get there early, that's your best chance for having requests played, especially if they aren't super piano bar popular, i.e. Piano Man or Hey Jude.
    Rob
     
  7. Tarheel Tink

    Tarheel Tink Cosmos mariner-destination unknown

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    After years of going to WDW and numerous stays on-site I STILL haven't made it to Jellyrolls! Always too tired, too full,etc. We are going on our next visit no matter what! I have 2 questions-

    Waiting to go after watching Illuminations is going to be too late?

    What are some good songs to request that they would enjoy doing that aren't the everyday requests?

    Thanks!
     
  8. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala 1937, what a year that was Moderator

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    I always post this on Jellyrolls threads.

    Remember, Jellyrolls isn't run by Disney and they won't take your WDW resort room key charge to pay for drinks. You should bring some other method of payment.
     
  9. NancyIL

    NancyIL DIS Veteran

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    I love going to Jellyrolls, but it can be very smokey there.
     
  10. elinore

    elinore Earning My Ears

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    Is this place age restricted - 21 and over only? 18 and over?
     
  11. NancyIL

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    You must be 21.
     
  12. kguenther

    kguenther Proud USAF Wife!

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    Where is jellyrolls? (We're staying at Shades of Green)

    What time does it close?
     
  13. devine5829

    devine5829 Mouseketeer

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    On the boardwalk across from Yacht/Beach club.

    Time??
     
  14. Dalpal

    Dalpal <font color=ff00cc>Has a brand new granddaughter!<

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    We went last year and it was fun.
    The thing is we had to leave before we wanted to because it was so loud that you couldnt understand what they were playing....It was distorted.
    We sat in the back too. We stayed for some time , thinking someone would hear that it was to loud and fix the volume, but no one did. after an hr. or so we gave up and left with aching heads and ringing ears.
    It was a shame because Its the kind of thing we would have enjoyed.
     
  15. tinkerb

    tinkerb pxydust

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    tuesday nights are when cast members go there.....
     
  16. zumbergc

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    Do they still allow smoking at Jelly Rolls.
    I thought all the DD bars went non-smoking,
    how did they get around that?

    Thanks,
    Connie
     
  17. Crazy Hakim

    Crazy Hakim DIS Veteran

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    The law in Florida depends on the amount of Food Sales. If a place does not sell food, there is no restrictions. I know there is some sort of % for a bar that only offers light snacks.
     

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