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Old 02-01-2020, 10:16 AM   #81
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City Hall is behind tarp wall . Does not look inviting but free choc chip cookies would be nice.
The French Bakery has good choc chunk cookies at Epcot. Really good
I canít remember good choc chip cookie in MK. Not a Starbucks choc chip cookie fan . Got suggestions?
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Old 02-01-2020, 10:19 AM   #82
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City Hall is behind tarp wall . Does not look inviting but free choc chip cookies would be nice.
The French Bakery has good choc chunk cookies at Epcot. Really good
I canít remember good choc chip cookie in MK. Not a Starbucks choc chip cookie fan . Got suggestions?
Frankly, not a CC cookie fan - now I'd pay some $$ for a good oatmeal
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Old 02-01-2020, 11:46 AM   #83
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I've had CC cookie ice cream sandwich at Fairfax Fare and they were burnt... In our opinion
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Old 02-01-2020, 11:55 PM   #84
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Liberty square used to make an awesome large CC cookie ice cream sandwich at Sleepy Hollow quick service. What's not to love? ...well maybe the calories.

For bakerworld I recall a good oatmeal cookie at boardwalk bakery.
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Old 02-02-2020, 12:05 AM   #85
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City Hall is behind tarp wall . Does not look inviting but free choc chip cookies would be nice.
The French Bakery has good choc chunk cookies at Epcot. Really good
I canít remember good choc chip cookie in MK. Not a Starbucks choc chip cookie fan . Got suggestions?
The big fat ones in the big top, across from Dumbo. Really good peanut butter cookies, too. The used to have snickerdoodles that were the best, but they
stopped making them.

Same cookies in a store near the safari exit in AK.
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Maybe this belongs in the food quality thread, but I've definitely been thinking over our last few visits that Disney baked goods have become nicer looking but much more factory tasting. While not terrible, most of their treats no longer live up to their appearance, IMHO.
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Old 02-02-2020, 12:48 AM   #87
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How dressy is Jiko's? We have the 3p wine tasting.

Will DH be ok in a collared shirt, shorts and sneakers - maybe trade the sneakers with boat shoes? I was planning on leggings and a tunic length shirt.
Totally fine. I've seen plenty of folks wearing shorts at Jiko. Quite honestly, even t-shirts are fine pretty much everywhere. V&A is the only place you need to actively pay attention to what you're going to wear. Otherwise, at the end of the day, it's WDW and casual by default.
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For bakerworld I recall a good oatmeal cookie at boardwalk bakery.
Good to know
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Totally fine. I've seen plenty of folks wearing shorts at Jiko. Quite honestly, even t-shirts are fine pretty much everywhere. V&A is the only place you need to actively pay attention to what you're going to wear. Otherwise, at the end of the day, it's WDW and casual by default.
Casual is why we enjoy WDW so it's good to know we can be comfortable while still looking nice, just not dressy.

Does anyone know where the wine tasting is held?
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Old 02-02-2020, 10:21 AM   #90
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Casual is why we enjoy WDW so it's good to know we can be comfortable while still looking nice, just not dressy.

Does anyone know where the wine tasting is held?
Just a guess, but Jiko has a wine room, it's on the right as you're walking into the dining room. They use it for regular seating, but it looks like they can close it off for special/private events.
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