Mexican?

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  1. DisneyCrazyMomma

    DisneyCrazyMomma DIS Veteran

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    Hi! Is there a mexican restaurant in Epcot that has a boat ride in it, and you can eat by the water, and it's like a village? Or is that in days past?
     
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  3. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala <font color=red>1937, what a year that was<br><fon Moderator

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    You are describing San Angel Inn, which is still at Epcot, inside the Mexico pavilion.
     
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    The San Angel Inn, inside the Mexican pavilion in World Showcase overlooks the boat ride, it isn't "in" it. It feels like you are in a dimly lit village at night, and it over looks the volcano.
    It is very nice. We enjoyed our dinner there very much
    Enjoy
     
  5. DisneyCrazyMomma

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    Thank you! I remember that from when I went as a kid, and I want my son to experience that! :goodvibes
     
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    i have never eaten there but i would like to try it. isn't there another Mexican restaurant outside near the lake? If so, has anyone tried it?
     
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    La Hacienda de San Angel is the one outside the main pavilion, by the lagoon. When you are booking them remember which is which, since both have "San Angel" in their names.

    San Angel Inn = INNside
    La Hacienda - outside
     
  8. DisneyCrazyMomma

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    This is GREAT! Thank you! :)
     

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