Our Sept ADRs - input welcome!

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Our Sept ADRs - input welcome!

Hi All!

Today our TA just sent us our requested ADRs. One was a second choice, but in all they are what we asked.

Day of arrival 4:30 50's Primetime (Tuesday)
Narcoossee - dinner (MK closes early)
Yak and Yeti - lunch (AK day
Boma - dinner
Be Our Guest (dinner for late MK)
Wishes Dessert Buffet

We really wanted the Yahtsman, but she said it was packed full with no wiggle room. Sigh .....next time.
The rest were all our request. We are happy with the others as they are exactly what we planned.

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Looks great! You'll really enjoy BOG! Don't give up the ship er Yacht just yet keep trying you never know about cancellations.

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I've only been to 50's Prime Time and it was great! I can't wait to hear what you think about Yak and Yeti and Boma as they are ones I plan on trying. I've also been thinking about booking the wishes dessert party mickey

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Looks ok to me also..There are do many good restaurants at WDW it's hard to pick out the ones you fancy..We have changed our mind three times now..But next month will be our 180 day so it's sealed in an envelope.. clapping

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Spook wrote:
I've only been to 50's Prime Time and it was great! I can't wait to hear what you think about Yak and Yeti and Boma as they are ones I plan on trying. I've also been thinking about booking the wishes dessert party mickey

We've done Boma and Yak & Yeti a number of times and love both very much. My husband in fact, is having a love affair with the duck served at Y&Y.

We are not going to pursue the Yahtsman as my husband saw the menu of Narccoossee, the time (just before Wishes), and the view and we are not planted for that one.

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Were you looking for a specific time for the Yachtman's steakhouse? I find it hard to believe that it would be entirely booked up this far out as there are times available every night we are there the 1st week of September. You could also try walking up - we got in at 6pm on a Friday night with no reservation in January. It was by far our favourite dinner during our recent trip. mickey

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Yak and Yeti is amazing. The miso salmon is the best and do not skip dessert. The wonton dessert is one of my favorites. We are trying out Narcoossee's when we go but can't wait to hear what you think of it. Keep trying for Yachtsman, sometimes spots open up. It is one of our favorites. Sounds like lots of good eating well in Disney. awesome

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Thank you all!

We will stay with Narcoossee this time as my husband saw steak and lobster in the same menu and knowing we are on DDP, it's a order without regret! We can't do both Yachtsman and Nacoossee because of the number of table credits. The other option we gave her was Jinko and then drop Yak and Yeti and Boma, but as jhugo mentioned the food there is quite good and my DH has this date with a duck on a plate there.

Since we have two days planned at F&W we were able to use the extra credits for the more special place. King Fergus is correct as there are soooooo many wonderful places to choose from, it's hard to settle on just these.

Hmmmmm I think that is another reason for King Fergus to cross the pond again an a couple of years, don't you all think?

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Looks great to me, one change you could make is swap BOG to lunch if yachtsman comes up while your away. I'm sure disney would swap your BOG ADR for the lunch time fast pass option. Just a thought.

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Philhowelldesign wrote:
Looks great to me, one change you could make is swap BOG to lunch if yachtsman comes up while your away. I'm sure disney would swap your BOG ADR for the lunch time fast pass option. Just a thought.

Thanks for the idea, but we will be down to one TS credit left at that point and we are also doing Wishes Dessert Buffet, so staying in park saves time. We don't eat that much, but DH will pay that much for a seat and not a full crowd pushing him.

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