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spike74 Jun 20, 2011 12:14 PM

With weather in the 90+ degree range, what is the attire for dinner at places like Ravenous Pig and Luma on Park for dinner? Can I wear shorts, how about a t-shirt and jeans?

Also, is it possible to dine at a Disney park restaurant without having admission for the day?

How about if I go to Epcot Monday and Animal Kingdom Tuesday. Can I eat at Epcot restaurant Tuesday?

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Luma on Park
290 S. Park Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

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  1. askdrtodd Jun 20, 2011 01:26 PM

    at RP I usually wear whatever (which ends up being shorts and sandals). At Luma I'd probably do a polo & khakis, that's slightly more upscale.

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      thebutchersdaughter Jun 20, 2011 01:57 PM

      No, you must purchase theme park admission to dine at Disney parks. Only if you have the park hoppper option on your ticket, can you go from park to park within the same day. Disney offers quite a few upscale dining choices that aren't located within a theme park: Victoria&Albert's@ The Grand Floridian, Jiko@ The Animal Kingdom Lodge, California Grill@ The Contemporary....just check out their website.....happy dining

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      California Grill
      Disneys Contemporary Resort, Orlando, FL 32830

      1. srsone Jun 20, 2011 08:30 PM

        this is florida....unless the place requests shirt and tie...i see people in shorts and flip flops everywhere...or sandals and socks...
        or those stupid crocs....

        personally...if im going to a "nice place" its at least khakis and a polo shirt or a dress shirt...or my nice hawaiian shirts
        i dont own a pair of flip flops..and my wife has a standing order to shoot me if i ever wear any...
        or crocs..

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          beachmouse Jun 28, 2011 09:32 AM

          But there are dress flip flops for when you're at a nicer restaurant, which are entirely different than beach flip flops. (If I'm not at work or exercising, then I'm going to be wearing some sort of sandal down here.)

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