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    i know it is difficult toget adr at the more popular restuarants is there a stand by list





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    No. They either book it for you or they don't. You can always get there at opening and hope for a walk in, and we've had some pretty good success with that, but not at the ones that have all the hype attached like CRT, and Le Cellier, Chef Mickey's... and of course not Victoria and Alberts.






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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 218494
    i know it is difficult toget adr at the more popular restuarants is there a stand by list
    yeah it can be really frustrating especially as a lot of ADRs go unused but also uncancelled :(

    As Tink says, the best you can do is keep calling or using the online system to see if availability opens up and then if not, try again on the day!
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    I really think that a lot of the unused ADR problem would go away if Disney would just start taking a CC hold at the more popular places.





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    i agree with this





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    i have just made an adr for california grill and had to leave my credit card details





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    I think I did too.






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    I know I mentioned this before, but I had to put a credit card hold at MaMa Melrose . Keep checking robertcraig, there's always a chance that there will be a cancellation . Good Job getting an ADR at Cali Grill . You can always try for Yachtsman Steakhaus which also serves an excellent steak .

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    Mama Melrose has a cc hold due to it being a Fantasmic package.

    I've always had to give a cc for CA Grill.












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    If you are staying at the Disney resort, the concierge desk normally quite helpful and often go further than they should.

    In my experience the best time to do this is when there is no queue so they are under less pressure with time to find information for you




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