TS Restaurants: "outdoor" dining indoors

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TS Restaurants: "outdoor" dining indoors

I'm researching some possible table service restaurants and I'm trying to collect a list of all the restaurants that are really themed; like you're immersed in the theme.

for example: Biergarten (it looks like your outdoors in a Bavarian town), the one Mexican pavilion restaurant where you are dining with the volcano in the background; or the Disneyland New Orleans restaurant where you dine along the start of Pirates of the Caribbean.

What are some of the WDW restaurants that make you feel totally immersed in its theme?

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Sci Fi Dine In -- you sit in "cars" and it looks like you are in an outdoor drive in movie theater. They play old cartoons and movie while you are eating.

50's Prime Time -- you are in an old 50's "house" with Dad's Liquor Cabinet bar and Mom's Kitchen as the resturaunt

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Coral Reef with the large aquarium. TRex and Rainforest Cafe.

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All the ones mentioned above plus...

Ohana....I also think all the restaurants in the World Showcase are themed pretty well to their countries

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Just booked 50's Prime Time Cafe earlier today for April 22. Can't wait. Looks like a museum with a heart beat. lol

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Thanks for the suggestions! More places to research clapping

Enjoy your meal at 50's, TTFN! Will you have kids with you?

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Jess wrote:
Ohana....

I'd would say anything at the Polynesian. There's just something about the whole resort that I find most transporting.

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Don't forget Cinderella's Royal table! It's in the Castle at MK and is themed, well, like a castle. You get to meet around 5 different princesses and the price include a picture of your dining party with Cinderella (taken in the Castle lobby before you're seated). The food is decent, but the real attraction is the character interaction and the location.

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Hi Molitva, No kids yet for me and the wife.

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I'm not sure I'm outgoing enough for 50's prime time. If I had kids I would hide behind them and let them get the brunt of the interaction. But with just us 2, neither of us are that out going so I'm not sure if we'd really get a lot of out 50's prime time. Maybe I'm wrong?

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Molitva wrote:
I'm not sure I'm outgoing enough for 50's prime time. If I had kids I would hide behind them and let them get the brunt of the interaction. But with just us 2, neither of us are that out going so I'm not sure if we'd really get a lot of out 50's prime time. Maybe I'm wrong?


I don't think you have to be really outgoing as long as you can roll with the punches and have fun with the experience. I have been to Whispering Canyon a few times and it's a great time. I wouldn't expect anything less at 50's Prime time.

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