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  • [Question] Ariel's Grotto?

    I am going to the park this Saturday and me and a friend want to eat at Ariel's Grotto and I was just wondering should I book at table before we go or on the day we go to the resort???
    Happy Halloween!!!

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    Re: Ariel's Grotto?

    Originally posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
    I am going to the park this Saturday and me and a friend want to eat at Ariel's Grotto and I was just wondering should I book at table before we go or on the day we go to the resort???
    Book before, they fill up really fast.
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      Re: Ariel's Grotto?

      Exactly how much is it to eat there anyway?

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        Re: Ariel's Grotto?

        Book ahead of time!!!! It runs around $40 a person. It's expensive but if you're into character/atmosphere dining it's worth it.

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          Re: Ariel's Grotto?

          Originally posted by LovelyLocks View Post
          Exactly how much is it to eat there anyway?
          I think it's 26.99 from what I can remember. I've never eaten there before, but I've looked at the menu.

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            Re: Ariel's Grotto?

            It's worth going just for the breathtaking decorations. I love the glass mosaic myself.
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              Always book ahead for any sit down restaurant that allows you to book ahead. Period. You may be fine, it may be the off season, but you never know. Just play it safe and always book ahead. The more ahead, the better.

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              • #8
                Re: Ariel's Grotto?

                ^It is the offseason, but it is also Spring Break.

                Book it.


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                • #9
                  Re: Ariel's Grotto?

                  Prices and menus:

                  Ariel's Grotto Menu - Disney's California Adventure

                  Kids Menu:

                  Ariel's Grotto Kids' Menu - Disney's California Adventure




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                  • #10
                    Re: Ariel's Grotto?

                    Absolutely book ahead. Not only that, but show up about 15-20 minutes prior to your scheduled reservation. They seem to call people down the stairs in the order they arrived. You'll get a head start if you're there early.

                    The food is surprisingly good for DLR (not great, and it's overpriced, but it's no Village Haus either). My kids love it there.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Ariel's Grotto?

                      I'm another one that says use Disney Dining to make your Priority Seating arrangements for ANY restaurant that they offer it for. Why waste the time standing in line or worse yet (like so often with the Blue Bayou) be turned away and told to come back another day?

                      Though if you are looking to enjoy it this w/e, you might be out of luck for P-S arrangements. They do "sell out".

                      Enjoy!

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                        I think you should book first...
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                        • #13
                          Re: Ariel's Grotto?

                          Thanks guys I booked today and got my table at 6:30 tomorrow! I cant wait!!!
                          Happy Halloween!!!

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