Raglan Road - kid-friendly?

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  1. hvanes

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    Can someone tell me about Raglan Road? I thought I'd seen it listed as one of the best QS places for families or maybe for children... but now I can only pull up a TS kids' menu and the QS menu doesn't appear to have kids' options.

    Thank you!
     
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  3. Brook1099

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    Ragland Road is a TS restaurant. Go to allearsnet.com for a complete listing of all restaraunts and there menu's.

    It is a fantastic place to eat for both adults and kids.
     
  4. TDC Nala

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    Raglan Road is not a QS.

    There is an adjoining QS called Cooke's Of Dublin. It is considered a separate restaurant.
     
  5. hvanes

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    Thank you both - maybe it was Cooke's that I saw on this elusive list that I now cannot locate. ;) How is Cooke's?

    I'm looking for good QS places with unique menus. We get so tired of the burger and chicken nuggets fare. I know I read that Wolfgang Puck Express is good, and I'd like to try Mara. We're staying at AoA and I've heard good things about Landscape of Flavors. We like Sunshine Seasons and Flame Tree BBQ. Any other must-try spots?
     
  6. ErinsMommy

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    Love Raglan Road. IMO worth the cost of TS. :)
     
  7. Paradise18

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    If you are staying at AoA you will be within walking distance to Pop Century. We enjoyed the menu options at their food court.
     
  8. bumbershoot

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    If your kids don't mind a loud environment, yes it's kid friendly.
     
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    Ragland's is one of the few TS restaurants that has a an abundant amount of choices for kids! They recognize that not all kids eat just nuggets and pizza, some kids actually eat what their parents eat, just in smaller quantities!

    As far as the show, yes it is noisy but they take little up on the stage, it's great fun! Love it!
     
  10. dvcterry

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    Oh it's great! First time we went wasn't sure what to expect and the kids enjoyed it. We sat next to a family of 12.
     
  11. lovingeire

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    I used to live in Ireland & had wanted to try RR but never seemed to get to DTD for a meal. Squeezed it in this last trip at a friend from Ireland's urging and it was phenomenal! Both my 12 year old & 2 year old loved it. I got to have my beloved Irish cider, Magners, the food was amazing and the entertainment was great! Highly recommend it & a great use of a TS credit!

    We stayed at AoA and enjoyed the varied food choices. Our 2 year old is horribly picky and he was good to go! I highly recommend the surf & surf burger!
     
  12. momneice

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    We couldn't wait to eat there. Heard great reviews and we were not disappointed. The food was AMAZING! We did not get to see the dancers. We are going again this April and are going to request a table near the action.
     
  13. jimmytammy

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    Its fun there, and loud! I dont know about the kids menu, but the adult menu is very extensive and I imagine the kids being somewhat the same. The dancers are fun to watch along with a band. If noise is bothersome, may want to avoid, but food is outstanding IMO.
     
  14. momtwoboys

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    would it be very noisy around 5pm??
     
  15. Hopefully

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    Not terribly. The band doesn't play until later in the evening.
     
  16. lovingeire

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    We ate around 5:30 and the only time it was loud was when the dancers were on stage. It wasn't that loud though.
     
  17. Canooknic

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    Thank you for this! We were thinking of going here because our boys are not chicken nugget/hot dog eaters but now I know we can get Magners it's top of the list!!
    We moved from England 2 years ago and we've missed a good cider on a hot day!
     
  18. momtwoboys

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    thanks! We are interested in the food. Younger DS has a hard time with loudness while eating:sad2: otherwise we love music and dancing....hoping it will be ok at 5:00 :upsidedow
     

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