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21-09-2008, 08:45 AM
I've done it, I've booked. :smiley4::smiley4:

I'm going Feb 6th - 8th staying at Sequoia Lodge.

I'm taking the half-board plan as it seems easier for me,so I can eat at the following places:

La Cantina (Disney's Hotel Santa Fe®)
Chuck Wagon Cafe (Disney's Hotel Cheyenne®)
Crockett's Tavern (Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch®)
Agrabah Café (Disneyland® Park)
Plaza Gardens Restaurant (Disneyland® Park)
Rendez-Vous des Stars (Walt Disney Studios® Park)
Annette's Diner (Disney® Village)
Hunter's Grill (Disney's Sequoia Lodge®)
Beaver Creek® Tavern (Disney's Sequoia Lodge®)
Cape Cod (Disney's Newport Bay Club)®
Parkside Diner (Disney's Hotel New York®, Lunch only)
Manhattan restaurant (Disney's Hotel New York®, lunch only)
Walt's - An American Restaurant (Disneyland® Park)
The Lucky Nugget Saloon (Disneyland® Park)
Silver Spur Steakhouse (Disneyland® Park)
The Steakhouse (Disney Village®)
La Grange at Billy Bob's Country Western Saloon (Disney Village)

I'm going to Walt's, but need to choose one other any advice?

21-09-2008, 08:49 AM
have a great time tinkerbell

never been myself, so loads of photos please :D

we could do with some for the site if you dont mind :D

21-09-2008, 08:52 AM
Wow....bet you never thought you'd be seeing Mickey again so soon :smiley4:
Can't help with your question though as I've never been to DLP either :oops:

21-09-2008, 09:10 AM
Been to DLP 4 times but have only eaten at Annette's Diner.

Great fun if you don't mind a noisy meal with lots going on around you.

Waitresses on roller skates,dancing on the tables and loud loud music!!

Also ate at PH and RFC but hey are not onyour list.
Have fun.

23-09-2008, 07:32 AM
Annettes Diner is great assuming you like the whole American Diner thing, it's really lively, the staff get up on the bar and dance and try to get the guests involved (my son loved this as it meant he got to get up and dance in the aisle during dinner and not get shouted at!)

The Lucky Nugget Saloon is great for character lunches, with an all you can eat Tex Mex buffet and a live band playing on the stage.

Hunters Grill & Beaver Creek Restaurants are ok if you want a quite meal away from all the hustle and bustle of the parks (not my thing really)

The Plaza Gardens Restaurant was really nice for breakfast but I have never tried it for anything else.

Have a great time

23-09-2008, 07:43 AM
Love DLP - had no idea you could buy any sort of Dining package though

23-09-2008, 12:09 PM
Another vote for Annette's Diner. We had a huge, well cooked meal. :D

23-09-2008, 12:41 PM
Had tea at plaza gardens which was very nice

23-09-2008, 02:55 PM
Thanks everyone. It's looking like it's going to be Annette's Diner :)

24-09-2008, 07:11 AM
If you do eat at Annette's and you like your puddings, you have got to order Elvis `The King`

Just don't eat it alone!!

24-09-2008, 10:47 AM
have a great time tinkerbell

never been myself, so loads of photos please :D

we could do with some for the site if you dont mind :D

I have loads of photos of DLP from the last 5 trips (all Christmas) Where is the best place to put them?

The Blue Fairy
27-09-2008, 11:21 PM
Funnily enough we've never eaten at Annettes but have at Walts and it's just lovely :yes:
We usually ask for a window seat so we can watch the parade go by. They can't guarantee it but it's always worth asking :)