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  • Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

    I will be visiting DCA in June with a couple other people, what are some good dining options? We are not into hot dogs/hamburgers.

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    Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

    I hear there's a pretty cool theme park next door that offers some superior dining options.


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    • #3
      Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

      Originally posted by Datameister View Post
      I hear there's a pretty cool theme park next door that offers some superior dining options.


      (Sorry I can't be of more help! )
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        Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

        Does Taste Pilot's Grill still have the ribs? I liked those.

        That said, I think Downtown Disney is a better bet for food than DCA.
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        • #5
          Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

          Yes Taste Pilot's has ribs still( at least last time I was there Fall '07) and if we find ourselves in DCA for dinner we usually go there & for snacks we like Schmoozies for a smoothie...they are very filling....Mango one is good as well as the Strawberry-Pineapple.

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            Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

            I love the Pacific Wharf. Some great choices, and the cheddar and broccoli in a bread bowl is delicious.
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            • #7
              Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

              The Wine Country Trattoria is one of my most favorite restaurants on property. Their food is always wonderful.



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              • #8
                Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

                Originally posted by PretzelSouls View Post
                I will be visiting DCA in June with a couple other people, what are some good dining options? We are not into hot dogs/hamburgers.

                Breakfast:
                Lunch:
                Dinner:
                Snacks:
                Breakfast: Storyteller's Cafe (inside Disney's Grand Californian Hotel)
                Lunch: Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill or Pacific Wharf Cafe
                Dinner: Wine Country Trattoria or Napa Rose (inside DGCH)
                Snacks: Burr-bank Ice Cream, Baker's Field Bakery or White Water Snacks (inside DGCH)

                I gave you two dinner options because both locations differ in price.

                It may greatly benefit you to set up priority seating in advance (except for the locations I listed for lunch and snacks). You can do this by contacting Disney Dining at 714-781-3463.

                I find AllEars.Net to be very helpful in checking out menu options for restaurants at WDW and DLR... http://allears.net/dlr/din/dining.htm
                Last edited by Code90; 05-26-2008, 04:11 PM.

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                • #9
                  Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

                  Our family's favorite is Pilot's grill for there great ribs.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

                    Yeah, the Pacific Warf area had some delicious stuff when we were there.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

                      if you like character dining, then Ariel's Grotto is good, but I would much rather go into GCH to eat at Napa Rose for dinner. That place was delicious!!!

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                      • #12
                        Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

                        wine country trafforia by far for dinner... pizza oo mow mow for lunch my two favorites i like trafforia better than blue buyu

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                        • #13
                          Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

                          Ariel's Grotto looks like a fabulous restaurant. Haven't had the chance to eat their yet though.

                          I personally like Taste Pilots Grill's criss-cut fries.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

                            Like the others, I like the Trattoria. It's a very good value and the food is quite good.

                            We spent 1/3 less there compared to Blue Bayou, and the lunch included two glasses of very tasty wine.
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                            • #15
                              Re: Dining At Disney's California Adventure?

                              Breakfast: Pancakes at McDonald
                              Lunch: A turkey sandwich at subway 6"
                              Dinner: Chickens Fries at BK or Turkey Legs!
                              Snacks: Bring Cheese-Its with you.
                              Total Price for a person: $22

                              Just hoping to save you big bucks.

                              If you want to spend money then here:
                              Breakfast: Having a relaxing breakfast at the Storyteller's Cafe ... until you see your bill.
                              Lunch: Chow down on the finest Monte Cristo's around at the Blue Bayou!
                              Dinner: Head on over to the Napa Rose and have a nice elegant meal.
                              Snacks: Enjoy a nice apetizer at any restaurant. Tell them you are going just for apetizers. I suggest ordering Shrimp from the Blue Bayou as a snack.
                              Total Price per Person: $115
                              Last edited by Sillyup10; 05-26-2008, 09:01 PM.

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