Guest Author: Jennifer Lindemere
Pixie dust and banjos fill the air at Disney’s Hoop Dee Doo Revue, and makes this dining experience a true experience. Dinner starts off with a delicious salad that really gets the taste buds going. This is accompanied by cornbread and whipped butter. Followed by ribs, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, and country style baked beans. If you still have room, delicious strawberry shortcake is also served. Hoop Dee Revue also includes beverages (non-alcoholic beverages as well as sangria and beer!), and after mom and dad have a few of the “grown-up” drinks they will be laughing and knee-slapping just like the kiddos at the corny western jokes and hilarious songs that are sung by the entertainers on the main stage.
My family has visited the Hoop Dee Doo Revue twice over the past few years. While we have not gone since we moved to Florida, we are looking forward to going on a special occasion. My two sons (ages 9 and 11) absolutely love the singing and dancing, and my husband loves the food even more. There is not a separate kids menu, but there seems to be something for everyone on the menu.
Our family enjoys hearing all of the special occasions celebrated among the fellow diners when the entertainers walk around the restaurant, and cannot wait to go there for a birthday to have their own name shouted out. The show moves along and stops at the right moments for the servers to bring out the food. And, the best part is that many of the songs are well-known and it allows the audience to sing along. While the price tag is hefty, it is important to remember that some alcoholic beverages are included and the gratuity is also included.
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