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Cinderella's Royal Table closing for brief refurbishment late February 2018

larryz

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One wonders if this might be related to the other "brief closures" other food venues have been seeing lately...
 

Bolt

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One wonders if this might be related to the other "brief closures" other food venues have been seeing lately...
Very doubtful. Those were all sudden and unplanned. This one surfaced now because we are hitting the 6 month booking window.
 

YodaMan

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Very doubtful. Those were all sudden and unplanned. This one surfaced now because we are hitting the 6 month booking window.
Most of those "sudden and unplanned" ones actually either ended early or were cancelled, so I think whatever that issue was was resolved.
 

larryz

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Very doubtful. Those were all sudden and unplanned. This one surfaced now because we are hitting the 6 month booking window.
Well, since the restaurant is always fully booked 180 days out, that's pretty much the earliest they could close it without cancelling someone's reservations, right?
 

Bolt

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Well, since the restaurant is always fully booked 180 days out, that's pretty much the earliest they could close it without cancelling someone's reservations, right?
Exactly why the timing/announcement happened as it did.
 

Bolt

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It's a restaurant that operates 16 hours a day everyday of the year - probably needs something swapped in. I mean, at the prices they charge there, they definitely aren't closing this to save money
 
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The_Girl's_Mom

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By the skin of our nose we booked reservations for Feb. 21st. My kids would disown me if they didn't get to dine with Cinderella.
 

COProgressFan

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It's a restaurant that operates 16 hours a day everyday of the year - probably needs something swapped in. I mean, at the prices they charge there, they definitely aren't closing this to save money
We were just here last week. The place looks good overall, but could certainly use some painting/cleaning/refreshing (as could many locations, honestly) and maybe that's what they're doing. For operating with such extensive hours on a daily basis, this type of work needs to get done at some point, so it makes sense to close down for a couple days to take care of those issues, which may also include kitchen work.
 
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