Dining Discuss WDW dining "To do" or "Wish List" in the Vacation Planning forums; Well we always eat at O'Hana's 2x during our visit, and the Rainforest. So this year we are trying some new places. Still going to O'Hana's the first and last ...
Well we always eat at O'Hana's 2x during our visit, and the Rainforest. So this year we are trying some new places. Still going to O'Hana's the first and last night of our trip, but in between going to Oliva's over at Old Key West, and eating at Mama Melroses at MGM, Japan (Teppanyaki) in Epcot. Going to eat at the new Irish Pub as long as it's open in Dec when I get there.
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So many meals... so little time...
Jiko is on my To Do list for December, and I would like to "research" V&A's (for the benefit of the DWT family only, of course)
Let's see.... Restaurant Marrakesh (if I can find someone to go with me), bluezoo, House Of Blues.... that's a good enough start.
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New on the list for our upcoming trip (in 15 days if anybody is counting):
Chefs de France
Whispering Canyon Cafe
Columbia Harbor House
The Electric Umbrella
Beaches and Cream
They call me "Nana"
We always eat at 'Ohana
at least once If were lucky
we squeeze in twice
But on my to do list....
I'm going to Disney at the end
of november with my parents
who have been to Disney a bunch
of times but never tryed 'OHana
so thats my goal is to get them there
*I'm just a Ragdoll Waiting for my Pumpkin King* Yummy !!!!! Who's the leader of the club That's made for you and me? M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E!
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Funny, I have them written down on a big legal pad and I cross them off as I visit... as I've admitted before I am a big Disney geek!
Aunt Polly's (TSI) - I've always wanted to sit on the porch eating a sandwich and wave to the people on the riverboat.
Bistro de Paris, Marrakesh, Bongo's, Fulton's, Jiko, Flying Fish Cafe, Chef Mickey's (I can't believe I've never been there!), Maya Grill, Citricos, V&A, Palio (Italian at the Swan - supposed to be the best Italian on property), Cape May, Yachtsman Steakhouse.
And of course, Hoop Dee Doo, which we hope to go to for my mom's 50th b-day shindig in Feb.
I've actually had the priviledge of eating at every table service restaurant at WDW not on the above list (with the exception of Swan & Dolphin restaurants). Not trying to rub it in, I'm just thankful that my years working for Mr. Mouse afforded me the opportunities.
To everyone: HAPPY EATING!!!
Raising the 3rd generation of WDW fanatics!
here's a list of the stuff on the list for my honeymoon:
Spirit of Aloha show
50s Prime Time Cafe
Sci Fi Dine In Theatre
L'Originale Alfredo di Roma
Cinderella's Royal Table Breakfast
San Angel Inn
Hoop Dee Doo Revue
1900 Park Fare
Tony's Town Square
Les Chefs de France
I think that's about it. I know it sounds like a lot, but we're gonna be on a dining plan that includes a table service meal 3 times a day.
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