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    My DH and I would like to have a romantic anniversary dinner one night during our vacation. We were thinking the Bayou, but we haven't been to DLR since DCA and DTD opened and I know there are a lot of new restaurants. Should we stick to the Bayou or try something new?
    Thanks!



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    Re: Romantic Dinner - Bayou or ????

    Originally posted by abarry90 View Post
    My DH and I would like to have a romantic anniversary dinner one night during our vacation. We were thinking the Bayou, but we haven't been to DLR since DCA and DTD opened and I know there are a lot of new restaurants. Should we stick to the Bayou or try something new?
    Thanks!
    If you've already eaten at the Bayou I'd try the Napa Rose. I've eaten at both. Though nothing can beat the Bayou in ambiance, Napa Rose has better food.
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      yeah Bayou is only good for the environment really, and if you get a table closer to the water rather then by the entrance
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        Napa Rose at the GC Hotel has MUCH better food for the $$ IMHO. But nothing quite beats the ambience of the Bayou esp. if you're seated near the water.....
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          My wife and I just celebrated an anniversary there recently and had a fantastic time. I hadn't been in years and she had never been.

          I would recommend lunch rather than dinner. The lunch menu is less expensive, however the ambiance is the same.

          Definitely call to make a Priority Seating. We were able to get a waterside table because of it.

          While the Bayou may not be the overall best dining experience at the Resort, it's something you should do at least once.
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            Napa Rose is DELISH! But so is the Vineyard Room, which has a great view of DCA. At both, the CMs are fantastic.
            BB, on the other hand, I've only had bad experiences at. *sigh*
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              You might even want to consider Steakhouse 55 at the Disneyland Hotel.
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                I love both the Blue Bayou and Napa Rose. You'll have a great time at either one but I would recommend the Napa Rose after dusk. There's something more magical about the big picture window when it's darker outside. It comes down to whether you want to eat inside or outside the park. I don't believe there is any restaurant in DTD that I would recommend for a romantic evening.


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                  Re: Romantic Dinner - Bayou or ????

                  Originally posted by abarry90 View Post
                  My DH and I would like to have a romantic anniversary dinner one night during our vacation. We were thinking the Bayou, but we haven't been to DLR since DCA and DTD opened and I know there are a lot of new restaurants. Should we stick to the Bayou or try something new?
                  Thanks!
                  Napa Rose has better food, but you cannot beat BB for atmosphere--a romantic water-side table? Are you kidding me?

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                    anyplace but the BB...id rather eat at the corndog cart and sit on the curb...
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                      I say you do lunch at bayou along the river and dinner @ napa rose :] than catch the monorail back into the park and watch the fireworks.

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                        I take my lady to the BB for special dinners at the park. Request Nancy as your server.
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                          Originally posted by French25Fan View Post
                          If you've already eaten at the Bayou I'd try the Napa Rose. I've eaten at both. Though nothing can beat the Bayou in ambiance, Napa Rose has better food.
                          i've eaten at both places too with some girl...napa rose is way more romantic than bayou
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                            I can't say anything about the Napa Rose, but we enjoy the Blue Bayou by the water. We ate at Wine Country Tratorria this trip (over by Grizzly Peak in DCA) and it was very good too.

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                              Re: Romantic Dinner - Bayou or ????

                              Thanks! I have eaten at the BB once but it was several years ago. LOVE the setting - I just don't know that anything else comes close - but I remember being particularly unimpressed with the food. We will definitely at least take a look at Napa Rose. Seems to be the general consensus that they are #1 at the park for food.

                              Thanks again all....and if anyone else wants to add to the list feel free. We will be there for 4 nights so we may do both!


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