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Old 05-07-2018, 09:26 AM   #1
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Anyone know if Disney Springs will be crazy crowded on Thanksgiving Day? What about Black Friday?
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Old 05-07-2018, 09:35 AM   #2
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Anyone know if Disney Springs will be crazy crowded on Thanksgiving Day? What about Black Friday?
It will be crowded.....it is crowded every weekend and holidays!
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Yes. But they have expanded so much it was not as bad as I had feared. This past TG we got a ressie at Mori Moto on TG evening (our arrival evening).
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We were there last T Giving. Ironically the only place I could get a reservation for dinner. Crowds weren't to bad. Ate at STEAK. Food was great but a little more night clubby than I expected.

Going done again this year .. hoping to get a reservation at Olivias as that is where we are staying.


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It is our tradition for us to have our Thanksgiving meal at Disney Springs. (Morimoto ) I have never noticed it being crazy. Black Friday however is a whole different story. Tons of locals are there with sales.
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We will have Thanksgiving Dinner in San Francisco (after a morning 10K run) and then take a redeye to Miami to see Elton John with family. So no DS TG for us...but we'll be close

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Raglan Road Thanksgiving was great
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We're now going to Disney Springs before Thanksgiving and doing Biergarten and the Christmas Candlelight Processional on Thanksgiving Day due to the new CCP schedule this year.
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We will have Thanksgiving Dinner in San Francisco (after a morning 10K run) and then take a redeye to Miami to see Elton John with family. So no DS TG for us...but we'll be close

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Anyone know if Disney Springs will be crazy crowded on Thanksgiving Day? What about Black Friday?
We were there over the Thanksgiving holiday, but I don't think we showed up on either Thursday or Friday. Probably Saturday. It was definitely busy, but manageable. I'm sure with more restaurants and stores open now, though, that it will be a bit crazier.

Somehow, crowds at Disney always seem more manageable than their counterparts in the real world!

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