Max number of people in Garden Grill booth?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by jakal, Nov 27, 2010.

  1. jakal

    jakal Earning My Ears

    May 1, 2000
    HI all-

    I have reservations in a few weeks and it has been awhile since I dined at Garden Grill and can't remember a couple things.

    Do they only have booths or are there booths and tables? Also, how many adults would you say could fit into one of the booths?

    Thanks everyone :santa:
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  3. pixarmom

    pixarmom DIS Veteran

    Oct 20, 2009
    We love Garden Grill! I don't have an official answer to your question about maximum adults per booth, but we've been to Garden Grill many times and I can share our experience.

    They have semi-circle booths on the lower level and tables on the upper level. We have comfortably fit up to 4 adults and a child in a standard lower level booth. Currently, our family of 2 adults and 3 children fits in a standard booth. But I've also noticed a couple larger booths on the lower level that would accomodate more (at least six adults, I think.) We'll request that for our party of 4 adults and 3 children in February. Otherwise, I know they can accomodate us at a table on the upper level.

    Enjoy! :wizard:
  4. rjmum

    rjmum Mouseketeer

    Jul 11, 2010
    We ate there in June w/ a group of 6. They put us at one of the booths on the lower level. There was a larger table and a smaller table. They put us at the larger one and we were VERY cramped. We asked if we could use both tables and they happily combined them for us. :) We probably could have put another person or two in there comfortably.
    Hope this helps. :)
  5. kendzee94

    kendzee94 Registered

    Feb 21, 2005
    We went there with 4 adults and two children and again with 4 adults with 4 children (they combined the two booths at the bottom level).
  6. PrincessArlena'sDad

    PrincessArlena'sDad DIS Veteran

    Aug 5, 2009
    Can they put a high chair on the lower level, or only the tables on the upper level?
  7. carrie6466

    carrie6466 DIS Veteran

    May 17, 2007
    We had 4 adults, 3 small kids; a 4 & 6 yr old and a high chair for the 1 yr old. We sat on the lower level. :)
  8. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper You learn a lot from observing.

    Aug 8, 2000
    1) Booths on the lower level, tables on the upper level.
    2) The booth does not have facing seats.
    3) It is a long booth with a open middle section.
    4) They can put a bridge over the center to make a long booth.
    5) For several people, it is tough to talk, as you are in a straight line.

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