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    What happens at the prime time cafe? I've read some stuff but still dont really know what kind of meal and interaction there is



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    The meals are pretty much down home American style cooking. Normally when you are seated there will be a container containing silverware and napkins. If you don't get them yourself you may be told "That table doesn't set itself you know". If you put your elbows on the table you may get "reprimanded". When your name is called they may say something like "the xyzname kids, your table is ready". If you don't eat all your veggies they may feed you a forkful or two. Things like that.





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    its so funny, im a bit of a shrinking violet and i left some mash potatoes i thought i was gonna get away with it they cleared everyones plate away then was fed potatoe via an areoplane it was funny although i wanted to die i was so red :)

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    And THAT is why I'll never dine there!






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    I hate attention of any sort but I still love Prime Time Cafe, it depends on your server how much interaction there is, last year we had a great one got all her tables interacting with each other - she took one poor girls ID and passed it around all her tables so we could see how cute 'cousin x' was now She made my kids stand up as she was convinced they had hidden their veggies under the table. She made DH a hat with 'Sparky' written on it and proceeded to call him that at every opportunity

    Touch wood I have never really been picked on as DH is a pretty good target - I'm sure I'll be eating my words next year though :rolleyes008:






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    I'm sure I've told you this before, but once (ages ago) we were standing outside the restaurant reading the menu. A CM opened the door and shouted, "Are you two going to get in here and eat your dinner, or WHAT?!" Freaked me right out! That was enough for me! I'll stick with the Tune In Lounge and their fabulous milkshakes. :D

    I don't feel like I'm missing a thing! (I am genetically incapable of keeping my elbows off the table. Ask Mama). :D






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 55320
    I'm sure I've told you this before, but once (ages ago) we were standing outside the restaurant reading the menu. A CM opened the door and shouted, "Are you two going to get in here and eat your dinner, or WHAT?!" Freaked me right out! That was enough for me! I'll stick with the Tune In Lounge and their fabulous milkshakes. :D

    I don't feel like I'm missing a thing! (I am genetically incapable of keeping my elbows off the table. Ask Mama). :D
    Sorry Tink but that did make me laugh a little I can imagine how that would have put you off though! :shocked025:






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    Oh it was funny, to be sure! It's just that it startled me pretty badly (which was funny in and of itself) and took care of any curiosity I had!

    I know it is a very popular place though, and I'm sure so very many folks have a wonderful time there!






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    Uncle Tim made me clean up when I spilt my milkshake.

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