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  • Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

    We will be at DL on Saturday night, but, have a son coming to town who can't get into DL til Sunday, because he bought a 2 day parkhopper...so...I am looking for suggestions for 4 adults, for dinner on Saturday night. My son is 28, so, not a child.

    I'd love to know what you suggest for resort hotel restaurants??? And, why you like it? I'd like mid-range price-wise, as none of us can afford a $200 dinner!

    Thanks gang!

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    Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

    I've always liked Storytellers Cafe, but it's not the cheapest. Not the most expensive either.

    Rainforest Cafe has great food as well. I like that place better than ESPN Zone.

    Have fun!

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    • #3
      Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

      If you are looking specifically for resort hotel restaurants, none of them are particularly inexpensive. We really enjoyed Yamabuki in the Paradise Pier.

      There are also plenty of restaurants in DTD, House of Blues, Ralph Brennen's.


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        Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

        I stay away from storytellers now. We've eaten there 3 times and 2 of the times were very ill afterwards.

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        • #5
          Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

          Google Disneyland Menus and you will find a couple of sites that have the menus for the hotels and DTD. That should help you make a choice.
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            Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

            I've been to Storytellers several times and haven't had any problem.

            One reason that might be a good place to have dinner with your son is that you'll actually be able to hear him talk. Many of the places in DTD are pretty loud.
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            • #7
              Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

              Don't forget to use your AP for discounts!! Depending on what you have, whether you appetize or dessert afterwards, Hook's Pointe is nice...great views (be sure to tell them you're celebrating!).
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              • #8
                Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

                Yeah, Hook's Pointe would be a nice mid-range Resort eatery. Great food!

                Enjoy!

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                  Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

                  I love Hooks Pointe and they are one of the less expensive resort restaurants. My daughter and I ate there on our last trip and we just ordered four different appetizers instead of a meal for about the same price. And all four appetizers were delicious! The clam chowder is really good too!

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                    Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

                    Originally posted by I Heart Disneyland View Post
                    We will be at DL on Saturday night, but, have a son coming to town who can't get into DL til Sunday, because he bought a 2 day parkhopper...so...I am looking for suggestions for 4 adults, for dinner on Saturday night. My son is 28, so, not a child.

                    I'd love to know what you suggest for resort hotel restaurants??? And, why you like it? I'd like mid-range price-wise, as none of us can afford a $200 dinner!

                    Thanks gang!
                    If you don't order expensive wine, the four of you can get out of Napa Rose with a starter and an entree for under $250.

                    714-300-7170 after 5pm for reservations. Ask for "Saucy" to be your server. You'll never have service like that anywhere ever again.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

                      Originally posted by All4dISNEY View Post
                      Don't forget to use your AP for discounts!! Depending on what you have, whether you appetize or dessert afterwards, Hook's Pointe is nice...great views (be sure to tell them you're celebrating!).
                      Where is Hooks Point??

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                      • #12
                        Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

                        Hooks Pointe, is my personal favorite DLR restaurant. Located in the DLH (adjascent to Lost Boys Bar, near the Pool)
                        I just ate there on Thanksgiving. They were very sweet as we ordered the special Turkey dinner, which came with desert, and as I am diabetic, they sent someone over to Goofy's Kitchen and brought me back a sugar free slice of cheese cake!
                        Delicious mesquite grilled food, by the way.
                        Have fun!!!

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                        • #13
                          Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

                          Hooks Pointe
                          Rainforest Cafe
                          ESPN Zone

                          Are my favorites.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

                            Napa Rose is my favorite. It is quiet and as long as you are careful with the wine list your meals are not too expensive. The food if great and the service is excellent.
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                            • #15
                              Re: Resort Hotel Restaurants...what's great??

                              Are you talking about this Saturday Dec 1st? Some of the restaurants maybe fairly packed depending on what time you want to eat because of Candlelight. They did dinner packages at some of the restaurants, so you may have to wait till the dining package people are done. I could be wrong, they may have kept some reservations open for people not on the dining packages.
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