Palo Dinner or Brunch....or both??

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  1. CherylSue

    CherylSue Mouseketeer

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    I cruise in 4 days on the Dream and have been obsessing over the DCL site looking for a brunch opening.....well one just opened at 10am :banana: I snagged it.....but now I'm having booking remorse LOL!

    We have a Palo dinner reservation for valentine's night at 6pm, and the brunch ressie is at 10am the next morning. Should I keep both? Will I be Palo'ed out?? If I only keep one ressie which should it be.....Valentine's dinner or brunch? HELP!
     
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  3. sissy_ib

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    Keep both. Brunch and dinner are completely different experiences.
     
  4. chris44

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    I agree, keep both. They are not the same at all, and we enjoyed doing both!!
     
  5. CherylSue

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    Thanks! I was just worried it might be too much. :goodvibes
     
  6. jdb in AZ

    jdb in AZ It could end up curdled

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    I'm impressed that you were able to book both on a short cruise. :thumbsup2
     
  7. CherylSue

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    When I booked Palo dinner there were no brunch openings so I stalked the DCL site to get one.....I can't believe my luck either! It looks like they open some reservations right before sailing, it's still showing as available.
     
  8. joannalh

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    Ooh, off to look for new brunch openings!
     
  9. TLSnell1981

    TLSnell1981 Tiny bubbles... make me happy... make me feel fine

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    I say, keep both Palo ressies and add Remy...run the gamut!:banana:
     
  10. CherylSue

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    LOL! Don't think it hasn't crossed my mind.....but no Remy reservations available :sad1: I'm going to stalk the site though for another 2 days until they close it to new bookings!
     
  11. woody73

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    Yes, keep both.

    Woody
     
  12. WDW Princess 71

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    Yes, keep both. I'm on the same sailing as you and also have dinner at Palo on v-day and then brunch the following morning. I do wish they were farther apart but it is a short/limited cruise and I wanted Palo dinner to skip pirate dinner which is my last favorite, so it will have to work. And like others have said, brunch and dinner are 2 different experiences and I love them both!
     
  13. yukongirl123

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    Do keep both ressie's....Brunch & dinner are completely different experiences

    Janice
     
  14. MDCruiser

    MDCruiser Earning My Ears

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    I agree, brunch and dinner are two different experiences! The more you can eat at Palo's anytime is icing on the cake!
     
  15. nsiordia

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    Keep both!!! We just did both and high tea and loved them all!
     
  16. com_op_2000

    com_op_2000 DVC Member since '93; One Hour from WDW

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    My vote is keep the brunch.
    The dinner can be just too much, to DW and I.
     
  17. MinnesotaMouseketeers

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    They are two completely different meals and if I could get reservations for both I would. If I could get dinner, brunch, and high tea all in the same sailing I would.
     
  18. lorimay

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    OMG! Valentine's evening...... What a beautiful place to have dinner.
    I must admit I am a bit jealous!!!!!!

    ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY!!!!!!!!:lovestruc
     
  19. Anal Annie

    Anal Annie at least I KNOW I'm a kook...I just can't help it

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    We did both on our Med cruise (first time for us to have brunch) and I really enjoyed it. I think I liked the brunch better than dinner (but that may be bcuz they'd changed the dinner menu & no longer offered the veal dish I was craving). They are totally different so go for it!! And 10:00 is a good time IMO as you'll be done by Noon & still have all afternoon to do whatever else you want to do!
     

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