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Best Meal You've Had Inside the Parks

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  • #21
    Hands down:


    The buffet at Club 33!!!!!!! :bow:
    *cougheatenthere3timescough*
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    • #22
      Originally posted by Disneykat
      Hands down:


      The buffet at Club 33!!!!!!! :bow:
      *cougheatenthere3timescough*

      Thanks Katie for rubbing our noses in it.
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      • #23
        Originally posted by Disneykat
        Hands down:

        The buffet at Club 33!!!!!!! :bow:
        *cougheatenthere3timescough*
        And the fourth time, you'll invite me, right?

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        • #24
          A tie between Club 33 and Blue Bayou for me.

          I went back to re-read the original post of the thread and it does specify inside the parks (DL or DCA).

          My immediate choices for the resort would be Granville's or Napa Rose.
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          • #25
            Besides Club 33's brunch I'd have to say the Crab Cakes at Blue Bayou, everytime I've had them they've been delish! Especially when the Nightmare Before Christmas Chocolate Mousse dessert follows,mmmmmmmmm



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            • #26
              Originally posted by KoH
              Thanks Katie for rubbing our noses in it.

              if you need your daily dose of sarcasm, or any form of attitude...I'm your woman!!!!!

              Actually, I used to know a Dr. who had a membership, so my Club 33 going days are probably over...unless I can get a former co-worker of mine to work some magic. I'll let you know!!!
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              • #27
                Originally posted by Disneykat
                Hands down:


                The buffet at Club 33!!!!!!! :bow:
                *cougheatenthere3timescough*
                someday hopefully I'll get to try this.

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                • #28
                  Brunch at Club 33 followed by the Golden Vine.
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                  • #29
                    I love the bengal BBQ in adventure land, however they don't give you a whole lot. I havn't ever been able to get in to BB it's always a long wate.
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                    • #30
                      We had a really nice dinner once at the Plaza Inn- I don't remember what we had, and I remember it being expensive (maybe $40+) but it was sooo much food and it was all soooooo good. Then we watched the Fireworks from Main Street and Fantasmic- very nice romantic evening.
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                      • #31
                        The Monte Cristo at Blue Bayou

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                        • #32
                          I think the only meals I've ever been impressed with inside the Park have been at Club 33.


                          Though I've enjoyed various individual food items though the years, I think the meals they foist on regular guests have always been very sub-standard.

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                          • #33
                            Well, since i've never been to Club 33...I'd have to say pork tenderloin at Blue Bayou...man i love those rolls too!!!

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                            • #34
                              Originally posted by Disneykat
                              if you need your daily dose of sarcasm, or any form of attitude...I'm your woman!!!!!
                              :lol: :lol:

                              so that is what is on the menu.
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                              • #35
                                Originally posted by Disneykat
                                if you need your daily dose of sarcasm, or any form of attitude...I'm your woman!!!!!

                                Actually, I used to know a Dr. who had a membership, so my Club 33 going days are probably over...unless I can get a former co-worker of mine to work some magic. I'll let you know!!!
                                I'm really excited, because I might get a chance to go. My roommate's dad is apparently a lawyer (which she didn't fill me in on right away, but now makes sense because she's so stinkin' loaded!) and one of his clients has a membership. I'm begging her to ask him to get us in just once. I want to eat there just once in my life!

                                I'll go on a hot hot date with a forumgoer if they can get me in! XD

                                How much is it about? I should probably set aside some money. >.<
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                                • #36
                                  Blue Bayou: The prime rib. Succulent.. *drools* I also had clam chowder before this and lots of mint julep (they do NOT skimp on the refills!).

                                  Plaza Inn: The fried chicken dinner. *dies*

                                  I've never been to Granville's or Napa Rose! Explain!!
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                                  • #37
                                    Napa Rose in the restaurant in the Grand Californian and it is amazing! Last April, I ate dinner there with my husband and after dinner, a flight of wines (for myself) and tip, it was over $250. It was crazy but the best food I have ever had. I'll probably go again, but not for awhile (I need to save money first!)

                                    Granville's is the restaurant inside the Disneyland hotel. It's a steakhouse, which makes it really strange that I've never been there!

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                                    • #38
                                      Originally posted by mamabot
                                      Bengal Barbeque. Quick, cheap, and very consistent fare.
                                      Ditto that. Those skewers are delicious! I just wish there were more tables in the area...it's hell to find a place to sit.




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                                      • #39
                                        Honestly, as a vegetarian, I'd say the veg gumbo in a bread bowl beats anything else I've ever had at DL as far as a meal. For several of my teenage years (when I'd save and save for a day at DL) I would go, pack food in, and only eat one meal a day - and the gumbo was always it. When I was feeling rich, I'd splurge on a mint julep. Nothing like tucking into a hot bowl after a day of living on granola bars and a water bottle.

                                        Unless, of course, you count all those times when my parents let me have a hot fudge sundae from Carnation for dinner when I was a little girl

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                                        • #40
                                          1) Best food and atmosphere - Blue Bayou. The prime rib was Excellent, and Yes, zach1, hubby had the huger cut of Prime. He almost couldn't finish it.
                                          2) Most fun place to eat - Tahitian Terrace, hands down. The food was good but it was the show that made this a great restaurant.
                                          Alas, I am one of the great unwashed who have never darkened Club 33's door.


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