Toddler at Le Cellier and Shula

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  1. Meredisney

    Meredisney DIS Veteran

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    I just want to commend you on your tact. This was very well thought out and written. I couldn't have written it better. Kudos to you!!:thumbsup2
     
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  3. chloelovesdisney

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    My son is well behaved at this point and I am comfortable taking him to any restaurant. We go early and are walking out the door when most people are just starting to show up. If he was acting up I would take him out, but that hasn't happened yet.

    I would not go to Shula's at 8pm, but would have no problem going at 5pm.
     
  4. julie4423

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    I've only been to LC, and there were plenty of little ones there. I would look at it the same as I would any other restaurant. The only time kids are an issue is when they're totally out of control. If people can't handle a baby babbling or an excited kid who is talking a mile a minute, that's their problem. Even when I'm out with just the hubs I enjoy cute little ones just doing their thing.
     
  5. Hoosier Mom

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    We did several table service places with our 18 month old. I remember LeCellier let us order our desserts as soon as our entrees were delivered. That way there wasn't a long wait after dinner to get dessert. It was perfect.

    I know we took him to Coral Reef. I believe they did the same thing for us.

    Enjoy your trip!!
     
  6. anelson81993

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    Thanks! :)
     

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