Dinner options for nearly 60ppl on a Saturday?

Discussion in 'Planning our Happily Ever After' started by hrhamanda, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. hrhamanda

    hrhamanda Earning My Ears

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    any suggestions? I want to be able to have a private area to ourselves.

    I know about the California Grille.
     
  2. NoOrdinaryPrincess

    NoOrdinaryPrincess DIS Veteran

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    You can rent one of the ballrooms and order one of the "rehearsal dinner" menus. Similary with fireworks shows-you don't have to have desserts, you can have regular food catered.
     
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  4. hrhamanda

    hrhamanda Earning My Ears

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    The only problem I have with this is that I would have to be responsible for all of the decor or pay out the wazoo for it. I would like to have an already themed restaurant with some windows or something.
     
  5. Karin1984

    Karin1984 DIS Veteran

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    I think most signature restaurants in the hotels can accomodate you. Contact the restaurants to find out how many guests fit in the private rooms. Don't think Jiko for example can fit 60 people in a separate area.
     
  6. Gondingl

    Gondingl All you need is Pixie Dust

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    A lot of the Disney Springs restaurants have the space! I am having a dinner for 100+ people at Chef Art Smith's Homecoming but I contacted Bongos; Paddlefish; House of Blues; STK; and Raglan Road can seat up to 70. The Swan and Dolphin restaurants can also accommodate private parties but were more expensive than the options at Disney Springs!
     
  7. mscupcke

    mscupcke Earning My Ears

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    if you are willing to go off grounds you may also be able to have some luck near city walk
     

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