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Old 08-08-2007, 12:47 AM
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Frase OMG!

I have eaten at Charley's and it is awesome

Sorry for the drift, but that was one of the best steaks I have ever had! We usually go down in April and it was recomended. I think we went to the one on International, but I get lost sometimes with the new roads. We were headed toward Kissimmee and took a left at where the Publix is at the intersection.

We are going to the Supper Club on the next cruise
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Old 08-08-2007, 04:23 AM
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What time do you dine in the supper club? Is it around 6:00 pm? If so, would you know a couple days in advance what the dining room dinner menu will be incase if it's something you don't want then you will know to make Supper Club reservations for that particular night.
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Old 08-08-2007, 07:45 AM
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Morton's serves a hot chocolate melting cake that is identical in flavor and texture to Carnivals. It's the closest I've come to the cake on the ship.

Now, if that isn't reason enough to go there...

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I had the pleasure of dining at Ruth's Chris last night and I was wrong about the broiling temperature in my previous post. It is not cooked at 1300 degrees. It is actually cooked at 1800 degrees. Of course, just to be an oddball, my wife always orders the live Maine lobster. It is a nice presentation with the raised melted butter chafing dish atop a small tea candle. We had the mushrooms stuffed with crabmeat appetizer and the best lyonnaise potatoes that I have ever had there. What a meal!!
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Old 08-08-2007, 09:44 PM
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Quote:
Originally posted by simphhcc:
What time do you dine in the supper club? Is it around 6:00 pm? If so, would you know a couple days in advance what the dining room dinner menu will be incase if it's something you don't want then you will know to make Supper Club reservations for that particular night.
The dining times are generally 6pm to 9:30pm when I checked into it on Glory. I am not sure how that works about what times you can request a reservation. Maybe someone knows.

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