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    I am trying to decide if I want to have a couple of sit down meals during my alone time at Disney World. If you had a dream trip to yourself, where would you eat and why? Please say if it would be for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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    Breakfast: Grand Floridian Cafe for the French toast with Vanilla butter. Yum!
    Spend the day at the Grand Floridian Senses spa and indulge (sparkling wine, chocolate, snacks)
    Tea at the Grand Floridian
    Dinner: EPCOT French pavilion Monsiour Paul late dinner and Illuminations

    That would be my perfect alone day!
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    When I am alone, I always eat at Teppan Edo in Japan. I like talking with the other guests at the table. It has always been a fun experience. Good food. Good people. And that way I donít really have to eat alone. Usually do a late lunch. But could be lunch or dinner. And Iíve eaten at a few bars in the restaurants solo. Rainforest bar. 50ís prime time bar. Ect.

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    Rose and Crown and Tangerine Cafe (okay, not a sit-down, but worth a mention!)
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    I would do sushi in Japan and some fish & chip options as Hubbs doesn't eat seafood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    Breakfast: Grand Floridian Cafe for the French toast with Vanilla butter. Yum!
    Spend the day at the Grand Floridian Senses spa and indulge (sparkling wine, chocolate, snacks)
    Tea at the Grand Floridian
    Dinner: EPCOT French pavilion Monsiour Paul late dinner and Illuminations

    That would be my perfect alone day!
    Sounds very relaxing. Have you been to the Senses spa lately?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MNNHFLTX View Post
    Rose and Crown and Tangerine Cafe (okay, not a sit-down, but worth a mention!)
    I could do a cs for lunch and then a sit down for dinner.
    I'll meet you at the Rainbow Bridge.

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    Sounds like everyone likes Japan.
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    Ok. I have ADRs for Monsieur Paul, Teppan Edo and Le Cellier (not mentioned in this thread, but has been talked about frequently on this board in the past.).

    We are trying Marrakesh while the whole family is here, so I'll probably skip Tangeriene Cafť.
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    Should I try Cali Grill? It sounds like it is a romantic date atmosphere. Will it be weird if I'm by myself?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinderelley View Post
    Sounds like everyone likes Japan.
    That's b/c we are the best I think the food is good, not great. But, might be some biased views on that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cinderelley View Post
    Should I try Cali Grill? It sounds like it is a romantic date atmosphere. Will it be weird if I'm by myself?
    I think its very good. And you are kinda weird, so you'll be fine. Try it.

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    I've taken about 15 solo trips, so I've eaten my dream meal-that would be my favorite. Sadly, it no longer exists. My "dream meal" was lunch at Cinderella's Castle before the Princesses were there. I always was lucky enough to get a table by the window, and so I could look out over Fantasyland and also enjoy the peace and quiet and general ambiance of the restaurant. And I remember one day when the characters from Peter Pan kept running around on the balcony, sword-fighting, and waving in.
    Unfortunately I've had a bad experience with tablemates at Teppen Edo, so that's definitely off the table for me. I'd rather BE alone than to wish I were!
    Grand Floridian Cafe is probably a close second to my favorite, but there've been several.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texas211 View Post
    That's b/c we are the best I think the food is good, not great. But, might be some biased views on that.



    And you are kinda weird, so you'll be fine. .

    Lol. I enjoy doing everything else by myself, so why would this be any different, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simba's Mom View Post
    I've taken about 15 solo trips, so I've eaten my dream meal-that would be my favorite. Sadly, it no longer exists. My "dream meal" was lunch at Cinderella's Castle before the Princesses were there. I always was lucky enough to get a table by the window, and so I could look out over Fantasyland and also enjoy the peace and quiet and general ambiance of the restaurant. And I remember one day when the characters from Peter Pan kept running around on the balcony, sword-fighting, and waving in.
    Unfortunately I've had a bad experience with tablemates at Teppen Edo, so that's definitely off the table for me. I'd rather BE alone than to wish I were!
    Grand Floridian Cafe is probably a close second to my favorite, but there've been several.
    I didn't know there was a time when characters weren't in the castle.
    I'll meet you at the Rainbow Bridge.

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    It's a bit spendy, but for just one you might want to splurge on Victoria and Alberts.
    There's a great big beautiful tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinderelley View Post
    I didn't know there was a time when characters weren't in the castle.
    Before 2005, they were only there at breakfast, not lunch or dinner.

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