You are only allowed one dinner at any park, what would it be?

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  1. nuge67

    nuge67 Mouseketeer

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    And why?
     
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  3. DEA

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    Be Our Guest would be my choice, but I haven't actually eaten there yet, which is a big driver of that decision. Otherwise, Hollywood Brown Derby in DHS.

    Sorry, and for the "Why?": Be Our Guest would be because it seems like it will be a truly wonderful experience. Hollywood Brown Derby would be because it puts out some very good food inside a theme park, which is a tough thing to achieve, it seems. It's a signature dining experience and definitely worth a visit.
     
  4. sephorachick

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    50s primetime is a great time & food is really good too :)
     
  5. KCharming

    KCharming Earning My Ears

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    This is a hard question. There is so much awesome food at Disney. I'd probably pick somewhere I haven't eaten before like AKL or Victoria and Alberts. V&A manly because there is an age requirement and seems to be very romantic. AKL I have heard wonderful things about their restaurants.
     
  6. olecow

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    My wife and I love the atmosphere and cuisine at the San Angel Inn. It was the first restaurant we ate at on our honeymoon 17 years ago and we always go back on every trip.
     
  7. DVC Kelly

    DVC Kelly Mouseketeer Approved Advertiser

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    If it was one restaurant at WDW then I would choose the Hoop De Doo Revue, I enjoy the show and LOVE the food. The chicken is delicious!

    As for one restaurant in a park then my vote would be the Biergarten at Epcot. I think their salad options are great and the Bavarian Cheese Cake is one of the best desserts I've ever had at Disney.
     
  8. Maleficent53

    Maleficent53 Have fun storming the castle...

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    My favorite (and hardly ever can get ressie there!) is LeCellier in Canada/Epcot. We have never had a bad meal there, and especially love the spinach baked cheese appetizer thing served at dinner! YUM!
     
  9. BEASLYBOO

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    I've been to Disney so many times & I've eaten everywhere except V&A and Biergarten! Why not at those two venues, because I can't get anyone to go with me! So, if I had a choice Biergarten it is, though I'm not a fan of buffets, I love German food, alas the family & friends, not so much!

    BTW, we ate at BOG Thanksgiving week, it was fab! It's beautiful, the food was very good and the Beast was there for a nano second!
     
  10. Peter Fan

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    I would say Coral Reef. We have never had a bad meal there and I love watching the aquarium.
     
  11. dvcterry

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    Victoria & Albert's. Reminds me of my honeymoon.
     
  12. ZoZo

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    In the parks? Le Cellier, I've always had great food there. Love the filet, the pretzel bread, yummm.

    Outside of the parks? I like Kona. Again, consistently good food.
     
  13. Peter Fan

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    Yes! We saw Gaston also
     
  14. goofyintoronto

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    For me it would be V&A. Because i have never been and i heard its quite the experience!

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    Rose and Crown in Epcot. I love the food, and on our last trip, we had an outdoor table and planned on watching the fireworks. Of course they extended the hours, and my kids couldn't make it, so we ended it up missing it.... Next time!!!!
     
  16. Peter Fan

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    Oh what a bummer! That would have been perfect!
     
  17. darkwing818

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    Le Cellier is always on our list :thumbsup2 when visiting WDW. You have to make your reservations as soon as possible; I believe it's 180 days out...
     
  18. sheilanne

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    We just got home last night after an 8 day trip and ate at Le Cellier twice. It was the BEST place we ate. Our party of 6 all agreed on this including 'Ohana, Cal Grill, Be Our Guest, Narcoosse's, Brown Derby, Crystal Palace, and Liberty Tree Tavern. Both times at Le Cellier, we watched tons of people being turned away with no reservation. It was sooooo good!!!!!!
     
  19. HM

    HM My tag from the Tag Fairy is now too long to use.

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    I'd either choose Le Cellier or Mama Melrose, in the parks.
     
  20. NateTiff

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    I agree. My husband and I also ate there on our honeymoon this year. It was great food and romantic.
     
  21. disneybass

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    I would have to go to Le Cellier. Love the filet and the pretzel bread!
     

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