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  • Disneyland Dining Options!

    Hey all, I will be heading to DL from sunny Massachusetts June 7-10 to celebrate my parents 25th Anniversary. My younger sister and I will be going with my parents for 4 days at DLR and then they are off for a 6 day driving tour of CA.

    I should mention I took a solo trip to DL last May, and this will be their first time on the West Coast and to DL. We have booked Priority Seating at Minnie and Friends at Plaza Inn, Carnation Cafe, Goofy's Kitchen, Rainforrest Cafe.

    We wanted to go out for a really nice meal to celebrate their Anniversary while we are there, and The Napa Rose, The Vinyard Room, and Granvilles Steakhouse all sounded amazing. Do any of you have any particular favorites? and is one more cost effective than the other? I know they are all in the $30 and over category but I thought there might be one that you could do for less per person..... and any menu items you enjoy as well...
    I know this is alot but I want this to be special for them.
    Thanks!!!!!!!!
    " And we can dream our dreams forever, dream our dreams together, we open our hearts make a wish on a star in the sky..."
    Light Magic 1997-1997

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    Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

    Napa rose is the BOMB!
    For more info on the menu items go to mouse planet and they have a good review section on restaurants and stuff. But Im not kidding about the Napa Rose, it is probably the best restaurant within a 25 sq. mile radius!
    Last edited by Flash Me Mountain; 05-29-2006, 08:50 PM.
    5.6 miles away from the entrance of POTC!

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      Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

      Would you um..... care to elaborate on that?
      " And we can dream our dreams forever, dream our dreams together, we open our hearts make a wish on a star in the sky..."
      Light Magic 1997-1997

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        Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

        "Cost effective" is out the window when you're talking these places.

        I'd vote for the Napa Rose or Granville's. The Vineyard has been too inconsistent for our tastes.

        Anything steak at Granville's would be terrific.

        Have a blast!

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          Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

          I like Vinyard Room, it's not THAT expensive. I've always had really good food there. No complaints. The portions are HUGE, you might be able to share a few things off the menu and get a couple appetizers and then it is even cheaper.

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            Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

            Originally posted by Flash Me Mountain
            Napa rose is the BOMB!
            For more info on the menu items go to mouse planet and they have a good review section on restaurants and stuff. But Im not kidding about the Napa Rose, it is probably the best restaurant within a 25 sq. mile radius!
            Thanks so much I did look at the site and it was greatly helpful. Looks like we got it narrowed down to The Napa Rose and Granvilles Steak House. Let's see where we go from here.
            " And we can dream our dreams forever, dream our dreams together, we open our hearts make a wish on a star in the sky..."
            Light Magic 1997-1997

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              Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

              The "menu items you enjoy" is tough, since the Vineyard Room and the Napa Rose (and Catal, which no one has mentioned), all change their menus seasonally or frequently.

              In case you're the type of person that collects "votes", and then goes towards what's mentioned most, allow me to be redundant and put my vote firmly in the Napa Rose restaurant category. It may not be below $30 per person (although it could be), but it's a very, very, very, well run restaurant with excellent chefs and staff (and food!).

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                Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

                Rain forest, its awsome to see and the food is not that expensive at all. fun and pretty inside. sooooo pretty with all the fish tanks music, and well you have to see it to believe it!!

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                  Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

                  My favorite is Grandville's.

                  You can check out the menus at http://www.dlresortinfo.com
                  judimouse

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                  http://www.dlresortinfo.com

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                    Re: Disneyland Dining Options!

                    Thanks so much, I looked it up and printed the menus... even if they are not up to date they still give a good idea of the kinds of food and pricing!
                    " And we can dream our dreams forever, dream our dreams together, we open our hearts make a wish on a star in the sky..."
                    Light Magic 1997-1997

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