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  • Homan
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    that is perfectly fine, I see people do that at the napa rose as well all the time

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  • Princess Victoria
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    Well, when you do get to go, you can always order from the lunch menu. It's less expensive than the dinner menu, and if you're already doing drinks and an appetizer or dessert, it's more than enough food. I'm not sure that the upstairs desserts are served in the downstairs lounge. Perhaps someone can answer that. I recall there being a different menu downstairs than upstairs, which I think consisted mostly of finger food.

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  • Juni
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    Originally posted by ghosty4 View Post
    Have you seen the prices on the desserts, and the drinks, for that matter? :greedy:
    Still cheaper than doing a full meal and drinks. I ain't broke, but I was going to be paying for me and a friend and two entrees, drinks, etc would have been a bit much.


    I didn't even end up getting to go. My friend got sick and I don't drive so this is the first birthday ever that I have a disney pass and didn't actually go to disney. Sucks.

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  • Jayce
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    Originally posted by ohmyjustin View Post
    If you still feel bad, you can always tip exceptionally well. :P
    Yes always tip well normally but more so in this case.

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  • ohmyjustin
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    If you still feel bad, you can always tip exceptionally well. :P

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  • ghosty4
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    Have you seen the prices on the desserts, and the drinks, for that matter? :greedy:

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  • bayouguy
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    Originally posted by Juni View Post
    Alright, today's my bday and I'm heading to disney as soon as my interminable work day is over. I have reservations for the Carthay but not enough cash really to do a full dinner.

    So I figure I'll just do drinks and dessert. Would that be weird to take up a table just to do that? I have pretty bad social anxiety so I second guess everything. So would it be ok to just do that or will the waiter give me the stink eye when I say I'm just having dessert since it's such a fancy place?
    I'm with you on the restaurant concept. It's a mind set thing. I've worked at a couple of restaurants too, and have served hundreds of people who order drinks and desserts. So, go and order the drinks and the dessert.

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  • Wreckless Abrandon
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    I agree that you'll be fine even if you're there only for drinks and dessert. Love the service there once you're seated! Front desk, not so much.

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  • Juni
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    Originally posted by BroadSword View Post
    Go for it. Your greenbacks are just as good as anyone else's. What you order is up to you. Enjoy your B-day...Carthay is awesome.
    Thanks! I get so nervous about doing things out of the norm, but I really don't want to miss the opportunity of goin gto Carthay.

    ---------- Post added 07-10-2012 at 11:17 AM ----------

    Originally posted by Albieport View Post
    I had a question about the carthy circle. Do you need to make a reservation to dine there or is there also the option of seeing if there are any tables free? I know its supposed to be like blue bayou where reservations are highly recommended but you can also get lucky and a table might be free without a reservation
    It's definitely worth a shot to try for a walk in. I follow DCA Today on facebook and they have posted quite a few times advising that walk ups are available for Carthay.

    I actually made my reservation the very first day reservations opened. LOL I was not going to miss out.

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  • Albieport
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    I had a question about the carthy circle. Do you need to make a reservation to dine there or is there also the option of seeing if there are any tables free? I know its supposed to be like blue bayou where reservations are highly recommended but you can also get lucky and a table might be free without a reservation

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  • BroadSword
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    Go for it. Your greenbacks are just as good as anyone else's. What you order is up to you. Enjoy your B-day...Carthay is awesome.

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  • dfan07
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    There's nothing wrong with only having drinks and dessert. I plan on doing this next time I go to the Carthay.

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  • Juni
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    Carthay Question

    Alright, today's my bday and I'm heading to disney as soon as my interminable work day is over. I have reservations for the Carthay but not enough cash really to do a full dinner.

    So I figure I'll just do drinks and dessert. Would that be weird to take up a table just to do that? I have pretty bad social anxiety so I second guess everything. So would it be ok to just do that or will the waiter give me the stink eye when I say I'm just having dessert since it's such a fancy place?

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