Which restaurant for Christmas dinner?


#1

LeCellier or California Grill?

I have only been to LeCellier for lunch, and I have never been to California Grill…

Thanks for any suggestions!


#2

Spoodles…


#3

Artist’s Point - Wilderness Lodge is SO Christmasy!


#4

I think you missed MY recommendation. I don’t see the point in continuing the discussion after that.:mad::laugh:


#5

Oh, I SAW your recommendation.:dry:

Since you’ve been out of touch, WOMEN got the Vote.:dry:


#6

Oh hahahahahahahaha! :laugh:


#7

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

I agree with LLama, but if you really just want to choose between LeCellier and California Grill, I would choose CG.


#8

OK, how about this – LeCellier earlier in the week, and then CG for Christmas itself?

I am getting really excited… less than 60 days till I can make PSs… er, I mean ADRs!


#9

That sounds perfect, MissDis :happy:


#10

We’re excited too!! Our first (actual) Christmas away from home. I’m going to miss not decorating but I’m NOT going to miss putting ALL the decorations away this year!! :laugh:

I think we’ve decided to do Trails End Buffet for Christmas. Not your main-stream Christmas meal, but it feels homey and cozy, and we always love their food! I also think it will be less crazy busy over at Ft. Wilderness that day…but we’ll see!


#11

Since the poster was asking specifically about CG and LeCelliar, California Grill without a doubt.


#12

BDavis, actually, yoiu have given me a great idea of adding Trails End to our week! We hav eneve rbeen there, and I love to try new places each trip!


#13

It’s Christmas, do California Grill.
Besides, where would you rather eat? A room with few windows and views of the outside world, or 15th floor views through panoramic glass of the Magic Kingdom and Seven Seas Lagoon?


#14

We did 1900 Park Fare for christmas and Le Cellier for Christmas eve (candle light processional)


#15

OK – semi-final ADR plan:

Dinners:
O’hana
LeCellier
Hollywood Brown Derby
California Grill (Christmas)

Breakfast:
Crystal Palace

Lunch:
Biergarten

I know I have to add some more places, since we have decided to use the DDP (thanks for doing the math Dana!). So far, the short list of places to add is:
Boma
Trails End
Whispering Canyon Cafe
Tony’s
Coral Reef


#16

Looks like a winner. Glad you have Tony’s in there. It’s one of the best kept secrets


#17

CC – Keep hearing about Tony’s but I have never eaten there! Hard to believe, since I have always mentioned that I thought MK needed a great place to eat. I am a certified wacko, I guess. But I can fix it this trip by going to Tony’s!


#18

If you’ve already been to one, then I would opt for California Grill. They have very good food and the best view of the fireworks!


#19

You wont be disappointed. Good simple italian food.


#20

Your choices look great. We will be there at the same time as you. Unfortunately, I haven’t even thought about where we will be eating this trip. Maybe once I am out of school for summer break and only have Grad school to worry about, then I can sit down witht eh family to come up with ours ADR’s. Thanks for reminding me about Tony’s. I always say I want to try it, but never remember when we are planning our meals.