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News IllumiNations Dining Package coming to Epcot later this month

HauntedPirate

Premium Member
The menu features a selection of Rose & Crown favorites—as well as a selection of unlimited non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages for Guests ages 21 and older.
o_O

If this is longer than 2 hours... :facepalm:
 

docdebbi

Well-Known Member
Now just wait a minute there. Rose and Crown at Illuminations time is one of the hardest reservations to get. I have one for March. I know there are no free table for this restaurant at this time available starting 10 days from now. Are they going to cancel existing reservations? Force me to change to the upcharge meal which is limiting my choices from the menu and forcing me to pay for alcohol I don't want and won't drink? Certainly they aren't just going to use that tiny little area below the patio which fits 20 people standing- it clearly states the patio.
Getting tired of things that use to be free being taken away from me for someone willing to pay more for it
 

wdwmagic

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Original Poster
That is an absolute sickener, so long to our viewing place for the last 23 years - assuming by patio they mean the beer garden adjacent to the pub.
I'm not sure how much of the space they will take, we'll have to see. It may depend on demand.
 

TJ Vazquez

Well-Known Member
That is an absolute sickener, so long to our viewing place for the last 23 years - assuming by patio they mean the beer garden adjacent to the pub.
I guess I shouldn't jump to conclusions yet, but I think the beer garden and any available outdoor space will be used for this event. R&C has always been our favorite place to not only catch the fireworks but eat and drink in general. I hope the service levels don't drop off because of the extra support needed for this "event".
 

stuart

Well-Known Member
Considering how weak Disney drinks are, itll take you two hours just to get a good buzz
The drinks are a good bit stronger (especially if you're friends with the bar staff) than what you would get in a normal British pub.
 

ABQ

Well-Known Member
I don't know, I've had a good drink or two from R&C... ;) Maybe it was the bartender (this particular one is my wife's favorite, don't want to mention names).
The woman, who I feel like a jerk for not recalling her name now, but she's from a town in Wales named Plisfghisngebeosuahfg, or the like, is AWESOME. Always serves up nice drinks with a friendly attitude.
 
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