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Yak & Yeti PICTURES in THIS thread

Discussion in 'WDW Parks News, Rumors and Current Events' started by TomorrowlandTyler, Nov 14, 2007.

  1. TomorrowlandTyler

    TomorrowlandTyler New Member

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    Exterior:
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    Interior view from second floor:
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    VERANDA ROOM - ASK TO SIT UP HERE!!!:
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  2. TomorrowlandTyler

    TomorrowlandTyler New Member Original Poster

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    Mandarin Chicken Salad :slurp::
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    Joe Rohde having lunch in the next room over. Trust me, its him...He was walking around after he ordered and was making comments to the other people he was with , such as "we need to hang something dimensional on this wall here", etc. I was polite and didn't barge into the room he was in and stick a camera in his face like some other guests...How rude, seriously.
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    "Express" Menu:
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    Courtyard:
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    And my faviorate, artsy shot of the day, the Yeti Fountain:

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  3. magickingdom55

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    Cool is the food real good. I relly like the look of the courtyard.
     
  4. se8472

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    I got to stop by there today, everything was great!
     
  5. LuLaSue

    LuLaSue Well-Known Member

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    The express menu is small but, does have a salad offering.
     
  6. mousermerf

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    There appears to be 2 menus for the to-go area. Large seating too.

    Anywho, i'm suprised i'm not in any of these photos ;) I got a few shots, will be posting later, did not dine.
     
  7. teebin

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    wow... I knew they would open on time from my recent post... but I had no idea so much was going on in the interior. 60 percent of the restaurant must have been created/in-creation before they ever started to break ground.

    Menu still bites creatively speaking.. but hey, Disney/Landry's had to fight that one out and sell product. It is a theme park after all.

    I am sure jealous of Rhode. That guy has sure kept his boyish design zip and joy. That is admirable for someone in their 50's.

    Thanks for posting first TomorrowlandTyler! I have been waiting for someone to do it!
     
  8. mitchk

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    Thanks, great work!!
     
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    It looks great! I am definatly gona stop by over Christmas!
     
  10. utrythinkinof1

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    Wow, great detail! I especially like the upstairs with the short windows. Great job!:)
     
  11. doop

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    Thanks for the pictures!
     
  12. the-reason14

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    So is this one of those fancy smancy have to have reservations for type restuarant? Or is it just like a walk in and sit down type like Pinocchio's restuarant or the Harbor House? I would think it would be walk in, but the guy serving in one of the pics makes me think otherwise.
     
  13. Slowjack

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    It's both. There's a walk-up counter service place...that's the reduced menu in the pics above, and there's a fancy full menu place, too.
     
  14. phenom1307

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    great pictures....im still not a big fan of the main entrance being that lavender color, ill just have to get use to it i guess
     
  15. TomorrowlandTyler

    TomorrowlandTyler New Member Original Poster

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    Too bad...I'm sure so many of us on here have passed by you, but we don't know who you are, mysterymerf.
     
  16. LoriMistress

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    Thank you for posting the pictures. Now I know exactly what I'm looking for when we arrive in December.
     
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    Anyone got an overall picture of the facade ? The elevation skectch looked awesome...
     
  18. teebin

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    In hinesight, I would say that the elevation drawing was just a concept as the final product bears no resemblance to it. Take a look: http://blog.mousekingdom.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/11/yingandyak.jpg

    On another note, it would be virtually impossible to take a full picture of Yak & Yeti as the complex curves around a corner. Perhaps someone will conjour up a montage.
     
  19. CheriBibi

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    Thanks for the explanation. I just would like to see how much influence it gives to the present theming of this area of the park which lacked serious theming beside the vegetation.
     

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