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Orlando dinner with 10-year daughter

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gush Jul 26, 2008 03:05 PM

She'll eat most foods. I'm looking for something unique. When I was in Gainesville, I took her to Satchell's pizza and she loved it. Satchell's is amazing.

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    darbmark RE: gush Jul 26, 2008 03:37 PM

    Unique? Well,do want a cool atmosphere and okay food? If so, go to Rainforest Cafe. Kids LOVE that place!!

    Is she into Disney at all? I know a lot of kids that age and they still like to go to Disney character breakfasts.
    Maybe even Hoop-de-doo at Disney?

    Have you ever taken her to a Japanese Steakhouse? That certainly is unique and kids love Kobe.

    I am guessing b/c your question is so open . . . sorry!

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      gush RE: darbmark Jul 26, 2008 04:53 PM

      I like the idea of the Japanese Steakhouse? Where is it located?

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        winechic RE: gush Jul 30, 2008 06:57 AM

        Kobe' Japanese Steak House
        8460 Palm Pkwy, Orlando - (407) 239-1119

        Kobe Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar: Orlando FL
        5605 S Kirkman Rd, Orlando - (407) 248-1978

        Kobe Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar: Orlando FL
        8350 International Dr, Orlando - (407) 352-1811

        Kobe Japanese Steakhouse‎
        468 W Highway 436, Altamonte Spgs, FL‎ - (407) 862-2888

        Kobe' Japanese Steak House‎
        1231 Douglas Ave, Longwood, FL‎ - (407) 389-1888

        Kobe' Japanese Steak House‎
        2901 Parkway Blvd, Kissimmee, FL‎ - (407) 396-8088

        www.kobesteakhouse.com

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        gush RE: darbmark Jul 26, 2008 04:54 PM

        No Disney stuff or Rainforest, though good ideas!

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          shesallthat RE: gush Jul 31, 2008 01:08 PM

          How about Cafe Tu Tu Tango? We were there last month with a 9 year old and some teens and everyone loved it. They had all different kinds of foods from pizza to ribs to specialty foods. And it all kinds in little portions. Everyone can share and take bites. Not to mention the flamenco and belly dancers, the crazy wall art and fortune card reader. She will love it.

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        shardan01 RE: gush Aug 2, 2008 08:00 AM

        Try Roy's on Sandlake. They have a great kids prix fixe menu. It even has sushi. I took my 8 year old and he loved it.

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