What time are the restaurants open until?

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  1. torres_fan

    torres_fan Mouseketeer

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    On one of our days (Sunday 29th March) the park is open until 10pm. We want to eat at silver spur for our anniversary meal and was wondering what time the latest reservation I would be able to make? Also do you think we will need to book before hand or will it be ok to book on Sunday morning?

    Also we will need to eat at annettes around 5pm on Monday will it be open this early?

    Thanks
     
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  3. DLPdaft

    DLPdaft <font color=royalblue>Cannot stop singing "Just li Moderator

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    Thats the press weekend isn't it? I would definitely book in advance for restaurants you're sure you want to eat at.

    Annettes opens before lunch each day, and is open right through until 11pm.
     
  4. cap'njack.

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    Yes, I beleive that Annettes is open all day from around 9 or 10am.

    They are certainly open at 5pm as we ate there on Monday 2nd feb at 5pm :thumbsup2
     
  5. jillrobinson

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    I queried the latest weekend times for the restaurants and was told 9.00pm was last reservation time when the park was open until 10.00pm, Sat & Sun. :)
     
  6. torres_fan

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    Thanks for the info guys. I guess Il book a meal about 8.30/9 then for Sunday. I hate ringing up (yess big wuss) Are the reservation team french? Also staying offsite so am I still able to book in advance?
     
  7. DLPdaft

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    The Dining reservation team are French, but in my experience, as soon as they hear you saying "hello" they switch to excellent English.

    And yes, you can book a table at any restaurant regardless of where you are staying :).
     
  8. torres_fan

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    Thanks, il pluck up the courage to ring up (or get my boyfriend to do it when he gets home :rotfl: )

    Thanks for your help. :)
     
  9. Bolanette87

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    Thats my system too usually! :lmao: However, I had to ring and book the trip with Disney on my own and I was terrified.... I had no need to worry though as they were excellent... :thumbsup2

    Bob xoxoxoxox
     
  10. Architect

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    Is there a separate number for advance dining reservations or is just the usual general number? We're arriving on Saturday 18th and, although it's the tale end of Easter, we're concerned that anywhere nice will already be fully booked for that evening.

    Mind you, we're staying at the Disneyland Hotel so I'm not sure if that's the problem it might be at some of the other hotels.
     
  11. DLPdaft

    DLPdaft <font color=royalblue>Cannot stop singing "Just li Moderator

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    Hi,

    Yes, there is a different number for Dining reservations - its
    0033 160 304050.
     
  12. Architect

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    Many thanks!
     
  13. howlongtillsummer?

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    When you ring you are asked to press 1 for french and 2 for english.

    I did it last night and got everything sorted that I wanted for easter week. It wasn't very scary and I really hate doing things like that.

    I was very quick! Phew!!:thumbsup2
     
  14. Architect

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    Je parle francais mais malheuresement j n'aime pas les automated telephone system utilise par Disney! C'est l'accent...... :scared:
     
  15. torres_fan

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    Got my boyfriend to ring up and the only time they could do the silver spur for was 6.15pm as it was fully booked after then, so im very pleased we rang up before and not waited until we get there. Its a bit early for us, but its fine, We can enjoy time after in the park as its open untill 10pm.

    Looks like this weekend will be very busy. :eek:
     

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