Need 2 more ADR's

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by mommapea, Dec 31, 2006.

  1. mommapea

    mommapea Mouseketeer

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    We just added 2 more days to our already lengthy trip in June :cool1: . We've already placed ADR's (and am happy with) for the following:

    Spirit of Aloha
    MM w/ Fant. pkg
    LeCellier
    Alfredo's
    1900 Park Fare
    CP
    CM
    CRT
    WCC
    O'Hana's
    Akershus SPB

    Need 2 more....

    Ideas are: Concourse Steakhouse, Spoodles, Cape May, LTT...even thought about Hoop De Doo....
    DD age 7 wants Rainforest Cafe, but we're on DDP, and can't see paying for that one...especially when we go to the one in Chicago, and sometimes Nashville, TN:confused3

    Suggestions:confused: ? Even something we've not thought of?? I'm posting here, because you all are so awesome!!! and so knowledgable!!! love ya!! Thanks!!
     
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  3. Starr W.

    Starr W. DIS Veteran

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    I would try Cape May or Concourse Steak house, if going out of the park to eat works with your plans. Hoopty Do was fun, and my eldest DS & DH loved the ribs & chicken.
     
  4. dischick4778

    dischick4778 DIS Veteran

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    The Boardwalk is a fun area for the kids and I have been raving about Spoodles on other threads. We also love Fultons in downtown.
     
  5. Cass

    Cass www.casshew.com

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    Hoop Dee doo is a fun night for sure.

    I noticed you only had MM in MGM, how about PTC or Sci Fi? they are both fun options.
     
  6. Mrs.Reese

    Mrs.Reese <font color=darkorange>My name is Dr. Reese and I

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    Boma is also wonderful.
     
  7. Eventer98

    Eventer98 DIS Veteran

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    We love LTT (our 2nd fav) and CMB (our 3rd) You can't go wrong with either!!!:goodvibes
     
  8. daisyduck123

    daisyduck123 <font color=green>I just love those parmesan mashe

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    LTT gets my vote!
     
  9. TigerKat

    TigerKat DIS Veteran

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    Spoodles is now one of our favorites. The appetizers alone are worth going for. We loved it so much we went twice!!:thumbsup2
     
  10. arizonacolbys

    arizonacolbys Owner of 2 Crazy Labs!

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    LTT & Cape May Cafe are on our must-do list every trip. :thumbsup2 We also just tried Spoodles for the first time in October & have included it on our list of ADR's for January since we loved it so much. They're all great choices for different reasons. :)
     
  11. byoung

    byoung <font color=coral>You are keeping us alive<br><br>

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    Concourse Steakhouse, Spoodles, Cape May, in that order are great.
     
  12. tinah159

    tinah159 DIS Veteran

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    Hoop Dee Doo and Concourse! Both are great
     
  13. SassyLassy

    SassyLassy DIS Veteran

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    Spoodles or Concourse......Cape May didnt really float my boat at all....and not because Im from the Northeast....most ppl around me thought the same. I dont think that you can go wrong with Spoodles or Concourse. Good meals for only 1 credit!
     
  14. MJMcBride

    MJMcBride Barely lost is barely found

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    Boma and San Angel Inn would be my choice
     
  15. Cool-Beans

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    I vote Hoop Dee Doo. It is so much fun! I've gone a gazillion times and am always happy to do it again. Food has been slipping a bit, but the show still makes it all good. :)
     

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