Has anyone ever felt dizzy or nauseous from the restaurant spinning? I have a daughter who’s prone to motion sickness BUT she would love to dine with Chip and Dale:)
It made my motion sickness-prone sister a little woozy. They moved us to one of the booths on the bottom level.
Oh? That’s good to know!
I don’t think that’s true, the entire restaurant rotates. The kitchen in the very center doesn’t but there aren’t any tables in that section. But it is so slow that it doesn’t seem to bother most people.
All I know is that we brought the motion concerns to the waitress, as my sister could definitely tell on the upper section, and after we were moved, we didn’t feel any more movement, and she was fine.
Ok…checked and they DO move, but I still contend that we felt it a lot less on the bottom section than on the top.
I’m very prone to motion sickness, and the worst of it comes from movement where I’m not mindfully registering that I’m moving (such as in a car when I 'm not actively watching the road- I’m so jealous of people who can read in a car!), or when I’m not actually moving but my brain is registering movement (such as watching someone play a first person viewpoint video game…or Star Tours, Ugh!) I do fine at Garden Grill because I am able to pay attention to the movement, much like I would in a car. And the movement is slow, steady, and predictable, so that really helps too.
I agree. And I think that is why @Kkalfordw noted it was better on the bottom level. that is where we sit. You very much notice the scenery SLOWLY going by and my brain understands then that we are in motion and I do fine. Upper level I was a tiny bit queasy (but it was very, very early back when you could do PPO ADRs there and that may have contributed).