Disney Springs Restaurants?

Anyone have a favorite Disney Springs restaurant for a family of 6? Something that they will all like (impossible I know). Mom, Dad, and kids age 15, 5, 5, and 3. Thanks.

Boathouse was great; we enjoyed a drink at the Hanger bar before dinner. And, we’ll be trying Homecoming in Oct. http://www.homecomingkitchen.com

I have eaten only at Boathouse and Rainforest Cafe. The kids really enjoy Rainforest with the storms and animals. Boathouse has really great food and is a nice place for families.

I love Raglan Road. I went with a group of 8 ages 2 to 55 last trip and everyone loved it.

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^^^^^ This!!

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Another vote for Raglan Road! Food is fab, CM’s are really friendly, and atmosphere is great…never had a bad experience there :grinning:

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Raglan Road is one of my all-time favorite restaurants in WDW; it has a huge menu (with a lot of “familiar” things on it), great atmosphere, and fun entertainment. I think it would be great for the age spread of your party. Morimoto’s was excellent, but may not appeal to the younger set. For me, the Boathouse was just OK, and was way overpriced for what you got - even by WDW standards.; I’d go to any one of the Disney signatures before I’d go back there again. Jock Lindsey’s is GREAT for a drink and apps, but certainly not the place for a family “dinner”. Haven’t had a chance to try Homecoming, Frontera, Blaze, or STK yet (although a good friend gave Blaze an outstanding review a few days ago).

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Raglan Road.

How much time does it typically take for dinner there? Let’s say I have a reservation for 5:00 pm? Should I be out by 6:00 or 6:30?

Personally I’d allow 90 min - but I’ve never eaten there that early, so it may not be as busy. Once the music and dancing start, my “problem” is I don’t want to leave… :slight_smile:

Here’s a link to their web page:
http://www.raglanroad.com/

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