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    Are any of the sit down places at DCA worth eating at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjdiggs
    Are any of the sit down places at DCA worth eating at?

    DH and I enjoyed our meal at the Wine Country Trattoria inside DCA. I think we both got two different paninis. Here's the menu: http://allearsnet.com/dlr/din/menu/men_trat.htm

    We wanted to eat at the Vineyard room, but that wasn't open every day. And Ariel's Grotto, no clue. I think that is it for DCA. Everything else is counter service.
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    The Trattoria is nice and the Vineyard room is good too. It is open 4 nights for dinner and I cannot remember which ones offhand.

    Ariel's Grotto is very medium. You are paying for a character breakfast not for food quality. It isn't bad, nor it is anything to write home about.

    If you want a nice sit down I recommend DtD. Remember, DLR is very compact - popping out of a Park to go to DtD is a snap. If you are in DCA you can enter the Grand California Hotel, walk thru is, and be in the middle of DtD within a few minutes.

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    Thats a good idea about eating at DTD. It total slipped my mind thank you.

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    That's what I was going to suggest. There are lots of choices at DTD & it is very convienent! (i.e. no busses needed!)
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    RU,

    Is the Jazz Kitchen still in DTD? I don't see it on the DLR resort listing of eateries in DTD: http://disneyland.disney.go.com/disn...ingListingPage

    I did find a web page for it: http://www.rbjazzkitchen.com/

    We tried that on our trip last year for lunch, and really enjoyed it.
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