Yak & Yeti Ressies?


#1

Arg.

When will Disney list Yak & Yeti on their website??? It’s killing me! Are they not accepting ADRs? Is it a “secret?” Victoria wants to know! :pinch:


#2

I just read at another forum (can’t remeber which one) that it was opening, I think October 8th, and was accepting ADR’s now.

Have you tried to call?

Sorry I’m not 100%, I don’t usually answer if I’m not, but I didn’t want to see your thread get lost!


#3

Lauren I dont think they are opening to November now but not sure …


#4

We were there Labor day week and they were not open yet.


#5

Is this a new sit down…nice resturant?? Do tell…


#6

Here is some info on it. It was created by Schussler Creative who started RFC. They sold to Landry’s so this looks like another non-Disney restaurant.
I can’t get past the name, I don’t hear it like Yak AND Yeti. I hear it as YakING Yeti and picture the EE Yeti tossing his cookies:blow:.
AK surly could use a good sit down eatery. I used to like Tusker but now that it is becoming a buffet I probably won’t be returning because I don’t want a buffet for lunch.

Did you know there is a hotel in Nepal India with the same name?

Yak and Yeti - Opens November 14, 2007

HOUSTON, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ – Landry’s Restaurants, Inc. (NYSE: LNY - News), one of the nation’s largest casual dining, entertainment and hospitality companies, announced that it has acquired 80% of the restaurant concept T-Rex: A Prehistoric Family Adventure, A Place to Eat, Shop, Explore and Discover® from Schussler Creative, Inc. for approximately $7.6 million, including reimbursements for research and development costs, accounts payable, construction draws and preopening expenses. In addition, under the agreement, based on the ultimate success of the venture (combined profits of all stores exceeding $20 million), Landry’s can acquire Schussler Creative’s 20% interest for an amount up to an additional $35 million.

About Landry’s Restaurants, Inc.
Landry’s Restaurants, Inc., is one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing casual-dining and entertainment companies. Publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange, Landry’s owns and operates more than 300 properties, including Landry’s Seafood House, Joe’s Crab Shack, The Crab House, Rainforest Cafe, Charley’s Crab, Willie G’s Seafood & Steak House, The Chart House and Saltgrass Steak House. Landry’s also owns several icon developments, including Downtown Aquarium complexes in Houston and Denver, Kemah Boardwalk, a magnificent 40-acre, family-oriented themed entertainment destination and the Golden Nugget hotel-casino properties in Las Vegas and Laughlin, Nevada. The Company employs over 30,000 workers in 36 states.


#7

I agree - AK needs another experience for fine sit down dining. On vacation, I am all for the sit down dinning! Especially now with the DDP!!

Thanks for the info


#8

Fine sit down dining in a place called “Yak and Yeti”?
That’s like “Hurlburt’s House of Blue Cheese”.


#9

:blow:

Maybe if there is a picture of a Yak in the logo - it might help take away the other imaging :blow:


#10

We live by the same philosophy. We do DDE not DDP though.