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Yacht club v charleys v chris's v mortons v shulas

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by disneymom, Aug 4, 2008.

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    :lol: sorry but whats the best place for steak eaters? weve tried lecellier and although its good its not a great steakhouse if you know what I mean? wed like to try a better one next time
     
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    Of those you have there:
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    1) YSH
    2) Shulas

    Offsite
    1) Morton's
    2) Ruth's Chris
    3) Charley's
     
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    ok well I want to try mortons next but out of the others, I REALLY REALLY REALLY enjoyed Charley's! I mean REALLY REALLY! did I say REALLY :lol:

    I felt it was an excellent atmosphere, service was great and the food was way more enjoyable than any of the onsite places including shulas/ysh.

    Tink did mention to me that I'd been to the better of the charleys and I dont think she likes all of them. I cant say which we went to because well, it was outside disney somewhere and thats as much as I know :lol:
     
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    You also had half decent company with you too Keith.
    BTW, the Charley`s we went to was the one on US 192 [that road where I gave you a full blown guided tour having turned onto it heading in the wrong direction at first! :oops:]
     
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    Yes, I remember Keith saying it was the one closest to Disney.

    Charley's is not a bad place by any means, but I do prefer others over it. :yes;

    Charley's is smart though. They have a van that will pick you up at your resort and return you. No fees for taxi. :D

    There is also Mannie's and Vic's Chophouses. The first down south :) the second on I drive. :yes:
     
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    yeah, the company was excellent :D

    See! just to make SURE I was utterly confused and could never get back there, he drove in the opposite direction for awhile :lol:
     
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    Is Charley's outrageously expensive and would we feel comfortable taking a 7 year old with us to dinner.
     
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    It`s around the same as you would pay over here Dawn, however the quality and service are far better.
    There would be no problem in taking a 7 year old as it`s not too fancy, families are welcome.
     
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    Sounds promising. :D
     
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    We went there with a couple of 6yr olds and they had a good time! not as good as I had but they seemed happy enough :lol:
     
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    I thought it really was fantastic value and quality.
     
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    Haven't tried Shula's or Charley's, but agree with Tink on the others. :thumbs_up:
     
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    I love the YSH, shulas and charleys. We havent tried Mortons or Ruth Chris'.:p015:
     

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