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    Blue Zoo is on my list of places to go. When we visited Citrico's last year they gave us champagne before dinner and a dessert after to celebrate our anniversary. There were couples on each side of us also celebrating an anniversary.






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    Tink, we wont have a car, so we want to stick to Disney

    Blue Zoo, is that in the swan/dolphin? Would kids be allowed?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mari, post: 300003
    Tink, we wont have a car, so we want to stick to Disney

    Blue Zoo, is that in the swan/dolphin? Would kids be allowed?

    Yep, it is located in the Swan/Dolphin complex.
    Children are allowed, and each time we have been there we noticed some children were dining with their parents.
    It is more suited for the older/well behaved children though as it is not the sort of place where you expect to see out of control kids running around the place,




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    Thank you

    Mine usually behave, of course you never know with kids!


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    BlueZoo got its name from Todd English's son.

    It's a bit dark in there, Mari but really neat. They try to replicate being under the ocean and they do a pretty good job of it.

    As long as children stay seated it will be fine. (But that holds true for any restaurant).

    I have a relative who allows her son (he's now 13!!!) to wander around the table, and to other tables (that are set, but have no people). The child touches the other settings, gets in the way of the servers, etc. I don't dine with them because of this. I will say at least now with being 13 he does sit (albeit desultorily) at the table!

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    I dont let mine wander around, but you just never know if its a long meal, how long they will stay calm.

    I understand how you dont dine with them Tink, it woul make me feel uncomfortable to be out with a teenager behaving that way!


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    Havent been to CITRICOS but love both CALIFORNIAN GRILL and NARCOOSES





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