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    California Grill Question

    Hi there, Disney experts-here is a disney/fashion question for you (Guys, don't get scared away!!)
    Going to the World end of January, and will be spending a day at the MK and then heading to the CG for dinner with my family. I was told on the phone when I made my reservation for dinner that the attire is casual/dressy-what does this mean? Must I bring a change of clothes if we head from the MK? I can't wear my typical tourist garb? Just wondering from those that have eaten there before what I should consider dressing in for the day.-Yikes, heels and a dress doesn't sound like the best way to spend a Disney day to me! Thanks for the help everyone!
    I am in need of some Disney magic!!

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    Never eaten there, but "casual-dressy" makes me think of outfits like khaki or black pants with a nice blouse/button down shirt/ sweater. I assume that you do not wear that to the parks, so I think you have to change. Again, I haven't eaten there, just my impression of what you said they told you to do.
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    Not at all. I had originally planned on getting a little more dressed for the Cali Grill for my wife's b'day in Dec., but time constraints and freezing weather had me showing up in cargo pants and a sweatshirt. Although I would have rather been a little dressier, I was not the only one that was so casual. The only restaurant with a dress code is Victoria & Albert's
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    Thanks!

    Thanks. I had not been to the restaurant and was suprised a bit when the operator making my PS told me casual dressy was "requested". Maybe it's a new thing, but it's good to know my casual family should be OK. Thanks all!
    I am in need of some Disney magic!!

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    The key word there is "requested"...they won't throw you out if you don't have the attire specified. They would have to say "required" for that!
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    Certainly would damper my vacation to the happiest place on earth to get thrown out of a spot for poor dress!
    I am in need of some Disney magic!!

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