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PRIORITY SEATING SPOTLIGHT
Spoodles
Last Updated: May 2005
Spoodles Kitchen. Copyright 2004. Walt Disney Corporation

On the Boardwalk, there’s little activity at 9 in the morning. The boards are still wet from being washed down earlier, the birds are calling to each other, and there’s few people around save the joggers but the doors are open at Spoodles and though a half hour early for our reservation, it’s a quiet morning so we’re sat immediately. My parents, my sister and I are sat at a table next to the windows looking out onto the Boardwalk. The dining room is light and airy, decorated in the funky Mediterranean art deco and with an open kitchen area to watch the master chefs at work. The brick ovens are painted with sunbursts and labeled with Spoodles’s catch phrase, ‘Cuisine of the Sun’.

Spoodles Dining Area. Copyright 2005. Scott Thomas Photography

Menus delivered, our waiter appeared shortly after and took our drink orders and left us to contemplate our choice. What a choice! The Mediterranean-inspired Spoodles does not disappoint when it comes to breakfast. My mother decided on the Breakfast Platter which is an all-you-can eat meal though kudos to you if you can finish more than one plate piled with scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, French toast, bacon, and sausage along with a basket of croissants and rolls. My sister got the pancakes, huge and stacked three high. I tried the Frittata which is an open faced omelet filled with cheese, and roasted vegetables and accompanied with breakfast potatoes to which I also had sausage. Dad, aka Scottwdw, had the All American Breakfast with an added steak. The food was excellent. The eggs fluffy, the potatoes had an added flair with onions and peppers mixed in and the chocolate croissant in Mom’s bread basket was heaven…sigh. Sorry, I’m getting off track here. We all shared plates, trying to finish the feast we’d ordered and did finish somehow…just don’t plan on hoping on Mission Space after eating at Spoodles!

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Spoodles Entrances. Copyright 2005. Scott Thomas Photography

Advanced Dining Reservations (formerly Priority Seatings) for Spoodles can be made 180 days in advance and it’s well-worth thinking ahead, although not busy when we arrived, the restaurant started to fill as we ate. Being on the Boardwalk, an ADR is very important as Spoodles is in a prime night spot and packed many of the nights we passed it.

Editor's Note: I would like to thank Krystal Thomas (tink85 on the DISBoards) for volunteering to do this PS Spotlight. This is her second review, click here to see what she thought about Mexico's San Angel Inn

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