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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    Blue Bayou is unbeatable overall. In Tomorrowland, Redd Rocket's is reasonably good. Then there are churro carts.


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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    Another vote for Cafe Orleans, expecially if you want the Monte Cristo and can't make it to the Blue Bayou for lunch. BB is great for atmosphere, (the cookie boat is awsome as well) but is much more expensive. As far as the Monte Cristo goes, portions in both places are huge. The sandwich is identical, at BB it comes with potatoes and a wedge salad, at Cafe Orleans it comes with some grapes. My family of 4 usually orders 2 and an order of the garlic fries and splits it 4 ways and everyone always leaves full.

    In DCA, the Pacific Wharf Cafe serves up some great bread bowl chowders. They have them in NOS as well but there are more choices at Pacific Wharf Cafe.

    Oh, and there is also the House of Blues in DTD.

    DL does lack high end choices but there are some great food choices at DL, just not nearly as many as WDW.

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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    corn dog cart...dont miss it!!!!
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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe Necrosis View Post
    My personal favorite place to eat at the resort (besides Club 33) is the Storytellers Cafe located inside the Grand Californian Hotel. I only recommend doing the buffet if you're going to do breakfast there. If it's dinner time, Storytellers is one of my favorite places to get grilled salmon (don't get the salmon salad for lunch - you'll be disappointed).
    I have to agree with Storytellers. I had the dinner buffet last week, which was a little pricey, but the food was excellent. I especially loved the halibut. Everything was delicious though, and the dessert section was amazing!!

    It's totally worth it for a nice, semi-fancy dinner.

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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    An Alice character greet! I am there!

    Blue Bayou is a definite for me, I have to eat there at least once.

    And a corn dog cart?! How cool is that!

    I also am on a mission to find the churro carts, must have a churro at Disneyland.

    Storytellers, interesting, I will have to check out the menu.

    Thanks so much for everyone's input it's REALLY helpful! My list is getting bigger. LOL

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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    Another vote for Storytellers. The Grand Californian is spectacular in and of itself, and I thought that what you get for your money at Storytellers is excellent. We actually prefer it to the Blue Bayou!

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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    ~Carnation Cafe is my favorite breakfast spot, though you can't go wrong any time of day there, everything I have ever had is wonderful...(My breakfast favorite is the croisant benadict, so yummy)
    ~Storytellers has a wonderful breakfast buffet, and I like the dinner buffet as well. You can also order off the menu rather than the buffet there. (The Nebraska Corn chowder is AMAZING)
    ~Blue Bayou, still my favorite atmoshpere in the park, but pricey. If budget is a concern you could go for dessert only.
    ~I personaly love French market (Fried chicken with red beans and rice) particulary if the musicians are playing outside.
    ~Cafe orleans I like too (hmm, I think I like NOS the best... )
    in DCA I love the Trattoria....yummy!
    I havn't tried it yet, but my parents and brother all tried Catel this summer, after their rave reviews it is on my must try next trip list (they are huge foodies, all of them, so I totaly trust their opinions)
    those are my favorites...

    there are a ton of good places to eat all over both parks, DTD, and the hotels.

    Have fun with whatever you choose
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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    blue bayou is a def yay!!! if ur willing to spend the money... the BB is one of those have to experience if only once sort of things... I could def go for its wedge salad, monte christo, and creme brle trio. yummmy!
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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkerbelle View Post
    ~Blue Bayou, still my favorite atmoshpere in the park, but pricey. If budget is a concern you could go for dessert only.
    Can you really make ressies at Blue Bayou and then order dessert only?

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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    Where is the Cove Bar located again?

    Also, Napa Rose looks like a wonderful restuarant but I need to know, is it worth it?

    Is there a dress code for NR?

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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    Quote Originally Posted by SummerInFL View Post
    Where is the Cove Bar located again?

    Also, Napa Rose looks like a wonderful restuarant but I need to know, is it worth it?

    Is there a dress code for NR?
    The cove bar is tacked onto the back of Ariel's Grotto, facing the Paradise Pier lagoon and on the way to California Screamin'.

    I love the Napa Rose, and I think it's worth it for special occasions. It's the best restaurant in Anaheim, in my opinion.

    There is not a dress code, and you'll see all types of dress there. Weekend evenings seem to draw a dressier crowd, but they won't turn you away.

    Ask for the chef's counter if you're dining without kids - it's educational and a lot of fun.

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    Re: Dining - Where to eat?!

    Quote Originally Posted by JosieGirl71 View Post
    Can you really make ressies at Blue Bayou and then order dessert only?
    as far as I know, yes.
    If someone knows something contrary to that, feel free to correct me.
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