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Which restaurants for christmas?

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by keith, Jun 20, 2011.

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    Still struggling with the choices :)

    Last time we were at Disney for Christmas we did crystal palace for lunch, nothing special, and I think yachtsmans for christmas eve possibly.

    I'd really like to go somewhere great for Christmas eve, christmas day, news years eve.

    Does anyone know if any of these places has special menus or pricing ;-) or would make a good choice for these special days?

    Victoria and Alberts.. Im guessing they may already be booked up for christmas/new year anyway :/

    California grill?

    columbia in celebration?


    Anywhere else I should be considering? I mean charleys steakhouse is calling to me as well :)
     
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    How about Artist Point in WL?
     
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    yeah that's an interesting thought for sure. I love the lodge and I'm sure it'd feel christmassy
     
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    It's so beautiful during the Christmas season. It's my favorite place anyway, but just imagine huge trees within it's walls. A cabin/lodge screams cozy Christmas warm and fuzzies for me.
     
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    May already be booked, but if you want to be away from Disney for dinner, how about Bern's in Tampa?

    And I would definitely see if you can land V&A first.
     
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    Ooooh, i think you'd have to get a terrible knitted christmas sweater to go with christmas in a cozy cabin! :yes:
     
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    I totally forgot about Bern's! hmmm yeah very good plan
     

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