My 180 is TOMORROW

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by MrsT2013, Mar 5, 2013.

  1. MrsT2013

    MrsT2013 Earning My Ears

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    Right, so my 180 days is tomorrow!

    Can everyone just throw some restaurants at me?
    I'm a non red meat eater, and my future DH is an eat everything man! :rotfl2:

    Any recommendations on food would be AMAZING!

    Also, the advance booking number, how many digits should it be? And if anything goes wrong, does anyone know a number to call from the UK?

    Thanks!!
     
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  3. zhazhazsu

    zhazhazsu DIS Veteran

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    Saana ( book for early dinner on your AK day)
    Via Napoli
    Be our Guest

    Also where are you staying? Do you have a car? I always wanted to try Cape May & Turf Club, but never made it over.
     
  4. hooch11bear

    hooch11bear Mouseketeer

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    I see that you will be staying at POR. If you have time, I would suggest taking the boat to Downtown Disney and eating at Raglan Road. I would also leave some time open one evening to see Yeeha Bob. He puts on a great show. You could have a few drinks and appetizers.
     
  5. MrsT2013

    MrsT2013 Earning My Ears

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    We're staying at POR, but no car, (it's way too expensive to hire!)
    I ate at Cape May on my last trip and loved it!
     
  6. auprincess

    auprincess DIS Veteran

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    I know some love it and some don't ~ but we really enjoy O'hana for dinner. I also don't eat red meat, and my husband will eat anything, lol!
     
  7. disnmooner2013

    disnmooner2013 DIS Veteran

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    Sanaa
    Via Napoli
    Mama Melrose
    Yak & Yettl
    Teppan Edo
     
  8. jmcghee2024

    jmcghee2024 DIS Veteran

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    Boatwrights at POR is great!
    I agree with the Raglan Road suggestion
    Also, Ohana, Be Our Guest, and Boma
     
  9. tinkerhon

    tinkerhon DIS Veteran

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    "BoG" !!!!!!!!!!!!! And "Mama Melrose", and from all we are reading...

    "Via Napoli"--- "Saana", and "Raglan Road"--- trying all three for 1st time this month !!

    :cool1::cool1:
     
  10. elyse43230

    elyse43230 Is this real life? I feel funny...

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    I recommend looking at menus and planning around your touring plan.

    One person's MUST DO is another's BLEH! I think reading menus, looking at foodie pics, and planning your meals around where you will be in the world is best!

    But, Citricos is amazing and Yak and Yeti has one of the best desserts on property (fried wontons!).

    And if you're going to DTD, I have had 2 amazing meals at Wolfgang Puck's Cafe in 2009 and 2012. Just love that place! (But T-Rex is a close second!)
     
  11. MrsT2013

    MrsT2013 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks everyone, I'm on my way home from work now, so I'll be straight on the computer to book...
    Were there for 17 nights so we have plenty of time for trying these places!
     
  12. kimber11

    kimber11 Kimberley

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    Be Our Guest for sure if you can get a reservation, Chef Mickey's for breakfast and we really enjoyed Rainforest Cafe at Animal Kingdom. Hollywood and Vine was good too if you have children.
     

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