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The Vineyard Room - dinner review - December 30, 2005

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  • The Vineyard Room - dinner review - December 30, 2005

    For anyone who's interested, I've posted a new dinner review of the Vineyard Room in DCA. Here's the link:
    http://www.colddeadfish.net/dlrrests/vineyardroom123005.html.

    Thanks!

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    Re: The Vineyard Room - dinner review - December 30, 2005

    Thanks for taking the time for the review.

    I've got to try that smoked salmon and the ribeye steak. They are some of my favorites!

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      Re: The Vineyard Room - dinner review - December 30, 2005

      As we were waiting for our first courses, we heard an announcement being broadcast in the park that because of the large crowds, Disneyland would actually be offering a third performance of Fantasmic that evening. At first, we thought it was an odd announcement to make in another park, but given the probably large numbers of people who could visit both parks on the same day, it was probably a convenience to let them know about the added show.
      I would guess that DCA would be closed by the time that third Fantasmic! show started.

      I didn't count exactly, but there seemed to be about 100 different flavors to the meal!! Sounds extremely tasty (empahasis on "extreme").

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        Re: The Vineyard Room - dinner review - December 30, 2005

        Thank you for sharing your review and menu of the Vineyard Room!!!
        As a fellow "foodie" and a restaurant person, did you try the cheese course? It looks interesting and is usually my fave for dessert.

        And the accompaniments to the DayBoat Scallops seem to try too hard to mask that they are frozen at this time of year... hmmmm )

        Gotta ask, are the descriptions of the dishes on CDF site - DL's or your's? Esoteric I know, but I am involved in producing 80+ menu's a year!

        Sounds like even with the cold, wrong wines (???hrmm I'm thinking new wait staff), lots of kids AND the ELP you had a lovely time! :thumbup:

        thank you for sharing!
        "AND CONGRATULATIONS MICECHAT! WE HAVE NOW GONE INTO RELIGION, POLITICS, AND RACISM ON ONE THREAD! HELLS HAT-TRICK!"
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          Re: The Vineyard Room - dinner review - December 30, 2005

          Aren't the only people in DCA those who have APs or paid the extra $20 for a park hopper?

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            Originally posted by Princess Picard
            As a fellow "foodie" and a restaurant person, did you try the cheese course? It looks interesting and is usually my fave for dessert.
            Nope. I love cheese, but I rarely ever order cheese at restaurants. I also just don't think of cheese as a dessert, more as an appetizer.

            Originally posted by Princess Picard
            Gotta ask, are the descriptions of the dishes on CDF site - DL's or your's? Esoteric I know, but I am involved in producing 80+ menu's a year!
            The descriptions are exactly as written on the restaurant's menus. I don't make 'em up!

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