I've never seen that required on any Disney menu. Last time I was there (January of this year), the menu was a shell of its former self with a pretty drastic reduction in offerings and quality. I hate the idea of a prix fixe meal here, but it has a somewhat decent number of options?
The ONLY thing I've seen enforced with consistency is the "no hats for gentlemen rule." Bizarre when some of the outfits people wear are far more ghastly than a ball cap.
Yep, have said this many times but in the 90s Disney hired a guy named Dieter Hannig to oversee F&B resort-wide. His goal...
There's two types of problematic guests for CG and they often overlap:
1) Guests who just eat apps/dessert to have a good view for fireworks.
2) People who hold tables for three hours while waiting for fireworks. '
What they saw post-reopening is that while they were still selling out...
It's a set menu. No a la carté options. This venue shares their kitchen with LTT (and Skipper Canteen), so it's a bit easier/cheaper to just serve what's being served next door.
Really wish LTT would bring back their lunch menu. Some great options that went away when they reopened.
Saw it. Took some of the photos in this thread. The colorful panels do not bother me. What bothers me is the thatching looks like a weird sh@g carpet, far faker than some of the other faux-thatching on property. The biggest problem, as mentioned, is the moment you drive inside. None of the...
The concept art looked streamlined but it did look like there would be some wood throughout. To me, the current exterior of the structure looks okay. It's the inside for me that's a problem. Exposed metal roofing sitting on plain concrete columns with zero theming. It's a warehouse. Nothing more.