Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 22269
menus and prices http://wdisneysecrets.com/reviews/showcat.php/cat/4Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 22246
not really, but as i said ive not looked to see whats out there....a nice steak would go down well thoOriginally Posted by Johnie, post: 22307
in all the time ive been a member on a disney forum, ie UOG in 2003 ive never been interest or knew about adr's, i just do what i know about, but now i have to find out more which is good so it adds to th eholiday really
We have lots of favorite places.
'Ohana at the Poly is nice. We always meet friends there. If you time it right, you can see Wishes.
We love breakfast at Whispering Canyon Cafe at Wilderness Lodge. It is cheap and filling. There is also all kinds of rowdy entertainment. Alysia really likes dinner there too. They have all you can drink milkshakes.
50's Prime Time Cafe at Hollywood Studios is another favorite. The pot roast is yummy and quite large. There are also lots of fun antics as well.
Le Cellier at Epcot is very nice for a good steak. It is not a rowdy restaurant.
Cape May Cafe at the Beach Club has an all you can eat seafood buffet at night. It is very good for a buffet.
Beaches and Cream is at the Beach Club and has the best hamburgers. They also have HUGE desserts. No ADR's there though. It's wait for a table.
Boma at Animal Kingdom Lodge is just awesome. They have lots of unusual things and enough normal stuff so that everyone can find something to eat.
I could go on and on