Where would you eat tonight?

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Where would you eat tonight?

I real really really wish that I were having dinner at Disney tonight. I am craving tacos and empanadas on the water in Mexico, and maybe a Dole whip for dessert.

If you were at Disney tonight, where would you eat?

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I would eat at the Garden Grill, rotating or not mickey

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Yachtsman steakhouse! Mmmmmm, steak.

Then, maybe a cupcake from the Boardwalk Bakery for dessert. biggrin

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Umm...so many choices but I would say La Cantina de San Angel and get a Dole whip with Rum...yummmy.

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Either the Yachtsman Steakhouse or Shula's Steakhouse. Can you see the trend here. muchlove my steaks.

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Oh so many choices.... I would eat at Be Our Guest.

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Tonight I would have to go with Fultons. The last dish I had there was amazing. I do not remember what it was called but it was a oven roasted chicken with gnocchi. It did have a lite sause of some kind on it and it came with a roasted lemon. Once I squeezed a bit of that over everything it was devine. I usually almost always go for a steak but thought I would try this. I was not disappointed. It is the meal I talk about the most from our last trip.

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Yachtsman or Flying Fish.

Or Raglan.

Or Tokyo Dining.

Or.... oh, I can't choose!

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Pot roast at 50's Prime Time! muchlove

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I would go to Tutto Italia for their lasagna and sangria.

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As I already had dinner, a strawberry cupcake on the Boardwalk after Illuminations!

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Liberty Tree Tavern - pot roast and ooey gooey toffee cake for dessert!

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Pork tenderloin at Kouzzina!! Especially since I'll never be able to have it again sad

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For some reason, Sanaa sounds really good to me. I've never eaten there, but I could totally go for their bread service tonight.

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'Ohana or Kona Cafe

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hmmm...I'm going to go with Tony's. I love the Pistachio Creme Brulee there!

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California Grill - window seat for fireworks, nice bottle of wine, and a cheese board!!

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Via Napoli..... I am craving a delicious pizza...

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Wine Country Trattoria for World of Color and a delish glass of wine.

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I'm thinking leCellier for a juicy filet with poutine fries. After that I'd hop over to France for some ice cream just prior to Illuminations.. Yeah!! That about sums it up for me... Oh, and the cheddar cheese soup for an app of course..

Btw, nearing the 100 day mark for F&W festival... Whoaboy!! What better time than to celebrate the occasion with a juicy filet, poutine fries, and cheddar cheese soup courtesy of the DW. Wink

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Ollie wrote:
California Grill - window seat for fireworks, nice bottle of wine, and a cheese board!!

Ollie, stop over and say hi, I'll be at the Sushi counter watching the Chefs do their thing and sipping on a Manhattan! biggrin awesome

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MrHub wrote:
Ollie wrote:
California Grill - window seat for fireworks, nice bottle of wine, and a cheese board!!

Ollie, stop over and say hi, I'll be at the Sushi counter watching the Chefs do their thing and sipping on a Manhattan! biggrin awesome

Ill be a with Mr Hub enjoying some sushi !!

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One night, one meal, no park running? Just a hot dog at Casey's to watch the castle I'll save the big meals for the trips.

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before I have been this year I'm going with Be Our Guest but the lunch service not dinner I want me some roast pork!!!

however after this years holiday I have feeling this will change!!!!!

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California Grill for the Spicy Kazan Roll! For sure!

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Teppan Edo - chicken and shrimp!

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Such wonderful dinners from everyone!

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I'm in the mood for sushi so tonight I'd head to Kona Cafe for some lamb chops and a caterpillar roll. awesome

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For me, it's Yachtsman's Steakhouse at the moment. Been a long time since I had really good steak.

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RobNLyn2 wrote:
MrHub wrote:
Ollie wrote:
California Grill - window seat for fireworks, nice bottle of wine, and a cheese board!!

Ollie, stop over and say hi, I'll be at the Sushi counter watching the Chefs do their thing and sipping on a Manhattan! biggrin awesome

Ill be a with Mr Hub enjoying some sushi !!

awesome

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Chefs de France for sure! Oh and a stop at the Karamell Kuche for some yummy dessert to eat well I stroll around Epcot.