Recommendations for Candlelight Processional

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  1. LlamaGuy

    LlamaGuy Earning My Ears

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    This will be our first time in the World for Thanksgiving, we would like to do the Candlelight Processional - any suggestions on which restaurant and which seating to do??
     
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  3. Dana49

    Dana49 <font color=FF3300>No longer lonely without a tag<

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    We're planning on attending an 8:15 P.M. show and we're dining at the Biergarten at 5:30 P.M.

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  4. DreaminDisney

    DreaminDisney <font color="purple">The TFs converted another BEL

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    We're planning on seeing 6:45 show and dining at Le Cellier 3:30ish. I think Le Cellier is going to be 1st restaurant w/CP Pkg to sell out. Here is link with Narrators and tiers w/pricing of CP Pkg.
    http://www.wdwinfo.com/holidays/candlelight_processional.htm
    Don't know if you know but you can call Monday (July 2) to book Candlelight Processional Pkg.:santa:
     
  5. TigerKat

    TigerKat DIS Veteran

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    We're planning on the 8:15 show with dinner at Chefs at 5:00!!:thumbsup2
     
  6. tinkerbell60

    tinkerbell60 DIS Veteran

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    Are the later shows better than the 5:00pm show?? Also, is there a special menu if you book the package or is it the regular menu??
     
  7. Swimnoid

    Swimnoid DIS Veteran

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    One year we did Rose & Crown for dinner. Last year we did LeCellier for Lunch. both were good.....really good. But I think we will do Rose & Crown again this year.
     
  8. danielle782001

    danielle782001 DIS Veteran

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    We eat at Le Cellier and loved it! The best table service in all of Ecpot, possibly Disney. There was not a special menu. We were able to order one app, entree, dessert, drink per person. The food and service was excellent. The place is so beautiful. We went with our two small children and would not do that again. Although they were behaved, we could not appreciate the meal as much because we worked hard to keep them quiet and occupied. It is expensive but really worth it if you can sit and relax. We arrived at the show about 20 minutes before it started. They let us right in. Our seats we off to the right but very close to the front. The line to get in gets very long, so the package it worth it no matter which place you choose. I would not want to wait on that line, especially if you have kids!
     
  9. Pats Dragon

    Pats Dragon DIS Veteran

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    We love the processional and usually go at 5 but last year they changed to the rule where you have to eat before your show. We ate at LeCellier at 2 and had terrible service. If they let people eat after their 5 show it would be the best time for the processional to me.
     
  10. Jets fan

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    We did Chefs de France for dinner and then the 8.30pm show. It was a great atmosphere and the food was great.
     
  11. JennyDrake

    JennyDrake Darkwing Duck's Biggest Fan

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    Usually it works that you get one appetizer, one entrée and one dessert. We did CdF in December and it was "meh" for me. The appetizer was great, the entrée was a mixed bag and the dessert was so-so. I am a self proclaimed Foodie, but am not terribly picky.
     
  12. DisneyHolidayFan

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    If we can get reservations, we plan on booking LeCellier for the CP. We have done Garden Grill, Rose & Crown and the restaurant in Japan on previous trips. All were good but we do love LeCellier. Hope it is not sold out!!
     

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