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#1 User is offline   QuickGold 

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 01:53 PM

(prices are for Adult 10 years and older / Child 3-9)

Buffet with Holiday items:
Hollywood & Vine Dinner $28.99 / $11.99
Hollywood & Vine Fantasmic! $28.99 / $11.99

Holiday Meal offering & Limited menu items available A la Carte:
Prime Time $24.99 / $9.99

Holiday Entree offering & Regular menu items available A la Carte:
Brown Derby $23.99 / $10.99
Brown Derby Fantasmic! $43.99 / $11.99
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Posted 30 June 2007 - 04:02 PM

hmm. maybe i'll do thanksgiving at the parks this year since i won't be able to get home... or i could attempt to make a turkey myself... let's see... possibly start my house on fire or have someone cook me dinner? which one do i pick...
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Posted 30 June 2007 - 05:36 PM

the best thanksgiving dinner buffet meal we had at WDW was in 1999 at the GF Convention Center; they havent done it there for years now; i remember hearing about it from the year before and couldnt wait; in fact i kept calling the head of GF catering to see when and if they would offer it for 1999; the head of catering finally called me back and said it was on and booked it for us; in fact, he came out to meet us when we were there because he wanted to see who was so persistent in trying to book his meal lol;

it was a grand buffet as one would expect from the GF; they decorated convention center ballroom magnificiently and we really enjoyed it; they had everything you could imagine on the buffet from peeled shrimp to the traditional turkey, dressing and sauces; and dessert, well, it is the GF :santa: ;

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 08:06 PM

Kind of surprising that Prime Time is cheaper than Hollywood & Vine since H&V is a buffet and usually it's the cheaper.
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