Total rework of ADRs, still need one

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  1. BigTex71

    BigTex71 DIS Dad #536...... Fort Worth, Texas

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    I have totally reworked my ADRs to help avoid too much traveling each day. We are doing the TGM plan this time (I wanted to try it out since I have heard so many great things) so I wanted to plan my meals closer to the parks we will be in. I have all my ADRs ready, but I am still needing a dinner one night - so I am open to suggestions. Here is what I have so far:

    June 3: HDDR @ 5:00pm
    June 4: Crystal Palace @ 8:10am , CRT @ 6:50pm (after BBB @ 5:00pm)
    June 5: Akershus @ 8:30am , Biergarten @ 6:05pm
    June 6: Sci-Fi @ 11:05am , Hollywood & Vine (Fantasmic Package) @ 3:55pm
    June 7: Flying Fish @ 7:00pm
    June 8: Hollywood & Vine @ 8:05am , OPEN DINNER
    June 9: Crystal Palace @ 11:30am , Whispering Canyon @ 6:15pm
    June 10: Tusker House @ 8:10am , California Grill @ 5:40pm
    June 11: Teppan Edo @ 12:00pm , Le Cellier @ 6:10pm
    June 12: Crystal Palace @ 8:10am , Liberty Tree Tavern @ 6:40pm
    June 13: no ADRs - departure day

    So I have a dinner time open June 8. I am thinking about Boma, but I am open to opinions. What is your favorite TS?
     
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  3. CanadianPaco

    CanadianPaco I miss my tags!

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    We've done Boma and the Kona Cafe for dinner! Both were really enjoyable (but very different!) One I'd like to try is the Wave ar the Contemporary. Good luck!:wizard:
     
  4. *Disneygirl23*

    *Disneygirl23* Earning My Ears

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    I ate at Boma in January of 2010. It had a wide selection, even enough for the picky eater in our party. I would highly recommend it! Other restaurants you could consider are Ohana at the Poly...probably my favorite out of all of the places I have eaten at or 50s Prime Time Cafe for a more fun atmosphere and good food. Good luck!
     
  5. BigTex71

    BigTex71 DIS Dad #536...... Fort Worth, Texas

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    Sorry, I guess I should have mentioned that I can't get 'Ohana, though I am trying every day. :)
     
  6. B-Ride

    B-Ride Getting My Disney Fix

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    If you can't get 'Ohana, I would recommend Kona Cafe. A chance to visit the Poly and easy to get to. If you have a car I would also recommend Boma as long as you are willing to try new things.
     
  7. BigTex71

    BigTex71 DIS Dad #536...... Fort Worth, Texas

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    Well, I decided to try Jiko. I have heard a lot of great things about it so I figured I could pay out of pocket for a breakfast to make up for the second TS credit.
     
  8. BigTex71

    BigTex71 DIS Dad #536...... Fort Worth, Texas

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    Thanks for the replies. I was thinking of Boma, but the more I researched Jiko - it just seemed like a no-brainer. Kona was also on my list... maybe the next trip.
     
  9. KELLY

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    Looks great. My brother and his fiance love Jiko's. They go every year. I have never tried it since my kids are 4 and 2.
     
  10. AppleSister1

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    Looks like you'll be in the Studios area on your open dinner day...we love Brown Derby. I enjoyed Jiko as well so that's a good choice.
     

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