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Which are the best dinner shows?

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by chipndale, Jul 15, 2009.

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    We've looked at the Disney website and it looks like they have one at the polynesian resort which looks ok but are there any others??
     
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    There's also the Hoop-de-Doo Musical Review at Fort Wildnerness (campground). Having seen both, if I were to choose just one, it would be the Hoop-de-Doo! :thumbsup:

    Web page here: Hoop-de-Doo

    Marvelous fun!

    Tom :)macwave:... Howdy pardner!)
     
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    I 2nd this recommendation!
     
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    Check out our new guide for evening/dinner shows HERE, it may help you :thumbsup:
     
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    hoop-dee-doo is my fave show anywhere :yes: but do have a look at Isafari's guide because there are some great options on there that I didnt even know about
     
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    We did the luau back in 2004.

    We really enjoyed it.

    The food was also very good, and although it is an "all you can eat", its not a buffet, and the server brings the food to your table...

    The food was delicious! very hawaiian :)

    The show starts almost as you are done with your meal, it is not Disney themed (I was expected maybe Lilo & Stitch, but nope) it is very well done, the dancing is nice, and I really enjoyed the fire part.... like a real Hawaiian luau.

    However, I wouldnt suggest it for families with small kids, since, apart from a little dancing (if they want to go up to the stage) it is more adult oriented, or at least that was my perception.
     
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    I have done Hoop De doo several times and love the show a lot but the food is ok at best. We did the Luau 2 years ago and it was fun and the food was alright. We also did the backyard BBQ a few years back and the kids had a blast dancing with Goofy and there were great opportunites for character photos. If I had to choose it would be Hoop Dee Doo the entertainment alone is worth it and there is unlimited beer to boot.
     

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