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Disney Springs and Open Table

Postby Alacrity » Jan Mon 15, 2018 1:44 pm

Saw that some Disney Springs Restaurants are showing up in Open Table. Raglan Road and the Boathouse for example and the new editions, Maria & Enzo's and Enzo's Hidaway (In the Edison) are available. If you use Open Table it's another way to snag resies!
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Re: Disney Springs and Open Table

Postby horizons1 » Jan Mon 15, 2018 2:12 pm

Hmm, I may just have to check that out next time I am in town.
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Re: Disney Springs and Open Table

Postby Radiomaniac » Mar Thu 01, 2018 5:56 am

I'm going next month to visit Walt Disney World. I can't wait. I haven't told anyone. Its gonna be suprise for everyone. What place do you recommend?
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Re: Disney Springs and Open Table

Postby Alacrity » Mar Thu 01, 2018 10:33 am

Radiomaniac wrote:I'm going next month to visit Walt Disney World. I can't wait. I haven't told anyone. Its gonna be suprise for everyone. What place do you recommend?


Disney Springs specifically or all around? Pickey eaters? Sit down or quick service? Price range? Romantic or the whole crew?

Some places off the top of my head...

In Disney Springs we liked The Polite Pig and Earl of Sandwich has been pretty good for us for quick service places. Sit down places, Homecoming, The Boathouse, Raglan Road have been really good. Haven't been to the new spots in The Edison but we'll have a look at them come May!

Our go to places in MK: The Plaza, Sleepy Hallow, Liberty Tree. We've also visited Tony's Town Square that past couple times too and enjoyed it.
Studios: Brown Derby, Mama Melrose, 50s Prime Time.
Epcot, Sunshine Seasons, Monsieur Paul's, Tutto Gusto. Rose and Crown, also good and the Fish and Chips stand is good too!
AK: Yak and Yeti (sitdown and quick)
Around the resorts: California Grill (Contemporary), Artist Point (Wilderness Lodge), Yachtsman (Yacht and Beach Club), O'hana (for a feed! at The Polynesian), Kona Cafe (Poly). I also like The Wave at the Contemporary. Not the most inexpensive places though.

If you are there during the Flower and Garden Fest and especially the Food and Wine Fest, check out the food booths at Epcot! We make it a point to hit those for lunch/dinner if we're there at the right time.
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