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  • [Question] Thanksgiving at Disneyland

    We are going to Disneyland this Thanksgiving and I was wondering where is a nice place to eat that isn't gonna make us go broke?? I know everywhere is going to be pricey..but which is a little less pricey? How about the Blue Bayou? Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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    As my family has slowly moved back to Indiana and my kids have grown older and have their own thing going on, I have often frequented the parks on both Thanksgiving and Christmas, having meals on both occasions. I would personally suggest Plaza Inn for Thanksgiving as it is more of a "homey" feeling inside for some reason (at least to me) and derfinitely suggest Blue Bayou for Christmas as it is more of a special occasion.

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      I second the Plaza Inn. We ate there one time for Thankgiving and it served its purpose well and didn't kill my dads wallet.

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        Thanks so much for the info!!!

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          Re: Thanksgiving at Disneyland

          Originally posted by MrsJackSparrow1383 View Post
          How about the Blue Bayou? Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
          If you looking for cheap, BB is the last place.
          The lowest priced "meal" at lunch is $24 and I think that's a salad.
          Quote by Al:
          To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
          -Al Lutz


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            Re: Thanksgiving at Disneyland

            Originally posted by DLFreak71 View Post
            If you looking for cheap, BB is the last place.







            Well, inside the Park, I would say that is correct.

            But overall, the Thanksgiving Feast in the Grand Ballroom of the DLH is the big daddy of them all.

            But well worth it!

            We've been there 7 years in a row and will be making it eight this upcoming T-Day.

            Enjoy!

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              Re: Thanksgiving at Disneyland

              Storytellers in GCH. Awesome thanksgiving buffet. Not too expensive, nice atmosphere.


              "Look kids, right over there, thats the toilet Eisner's going to flush my park down"

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