A while back, I began noticing that nearly every time our family goes out to eat, we are always seated at a table near the bathroom, kitchen, back corner, server's station, etc. It finally dawned on me the reason why--with 5 people, we require more than the usual 4-top by the windows. The larger tables are typically at the back, in the corner, etc. It's disappointing to rarely get "the good table."
So my question---do Disney restaurants do any better than the average neighborhood Chili's in distributing "equitable" seating around the restaurant (I'm trying to remember from our last trip, but I was more distracted then with our younger children)? One example that comes to mind--in the pics of 50's PT, the cute/fun tables pictured with TVs are typically 4-tops. Another pic shows a larger table, sadly situated up against a boring paneled wall. Sigh.
Lately I've been more obstinate about requesting to move if I see a better table that would accommodate us. Am I just extraordinarily picky? Has anyone else ever noticed this? Sometimes I wish we were a family of 7 or 8 so they'd possibly drag together two 4-tops in the middle of the floor, instead of sending us to the 6-top in the back.
I'm pretty laid back and don't get riled up about too much, but I'm tired of paying the same money for our meal as everyone else, when our view is of the blue circle "Women" logo or the waitstaff computer register.
Is it just me? It's ok, you can say it is . . .