I have a question


#1

Ok, some of you know that we like to sit at the bar in some restaurants and eat. It’s fun for us to watch the goings on.

My question is - how difficult do you think is it to get into a restaurant like the Flying Fish (during free ddp) and get a seat at the bar for dinner, without an ADR.

I am sure they don’t make ADRs for seats at the bar

Soundgod? anyone?


#2

I’m not at all sure how hard it would be to get a bar seat at Flying Fish.
I do know that the “kitchen counter” which is around the corner from the bar tends to be popular and that is ADR territory. But I seem to recall the actual bar usually having a seat or three open.


#3

[QUOTE=Soundgod;995140]I’m not at all sure how hard it would be to get a bar seat at Flying Fish.
I do know that the “kitchen counter” which is around the corner from the bar tends to be popular and that is ADR territory. But I seem to recall the actual bar usually having a seat or three open.[/QUOTE]

ok, thank you for that. I know that we don’t really want to make dining plans on this trip but we don’t to miss out on the good places and the good food. That’s why I thought it might be possible to do it this way.

thank you~ :happy:


#4

It would be kind of hard to know - I guess you’d have to go to each restaurant and see. Probably pretty easy to get in - most people dining at Disney tend to head straight to the dining rooms. Didn’t I pick you up in a bar?:happy:


#5

I think the later in the evening you go the better luck you will have.


#6

I’m going a week before you and had no problem getting ADR’s for Chef Mickeys and The Princess Dinner in Norway. Which, I just booked a week ago. If crowds are this light, I would expect the Flying fish to be pretty easy to get in to.


#7

shsssshhhhhhh… :rolleyes:
people might think that I am a bar fly :redface:


#8

I think you will have no problem getting a seat at the bar! Oh, how I would love to sit at the bar!!


#9

All too soon your munchkins will be adults. Don’t wish the time away :wink: