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P. 125: Raglan Road Mighty St. Patrick's Festival report!
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Re: Walt Disney World Resort Non-Park Discussion Thread

Postby A.J. » Wed Feb 27, 2019 4:40 pm

Does anyone know of any merch location(s) where they sell out-of-season clearance items? I never got down to EPCOT a second time before the Festival of the Arts was over and I want to see if I can still pick up a shirt.
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Re: Walt Disney World Resort Non-Park Discussion Thread

Postby kenban » Wed Feb 27, 2019 5:23 pm

A.J. wrote:Does anyone know of any merch location(s) where they sell out-of-season clearance items? I never got down to EPCOT a second time before the Festival of the Arts was over and I want to see if I can still pick up a shirt.


The resort runs two outlet stores at local outlet malls. They send all the clearance merchandise to those stores, they frequently receive items from festivals and holidays. Your looking for Disney’s Character Warehouse. There are a number of fake Disney outlets around Orlando but the real ones are run by actual WDW employees. There is one in an outlet mall on I-Drive and at the Orlando Premium Outlets.

I have run into items from Shanghai Disneyland, and from the Disneyland resort at the two outlet stores in Orlando. I asked an employee and they claim those resorts do not have outlet stores and they just ship leftover items to Orlando to sell. Seems strange to me but I do not have a logical explanation.

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Postby SharkTums » Wed Feb 27, 2019 6:05 pm

^&^^Yup! I was at the warehouse at the I-Drive outlets about three weeks ago and got the long sleeve chip and dale holiday shirt that I wanted for $9 marked down from $39!

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Re: Walt Disney World Resort Non-Park Discussion Thread

Postby jedimaster1227 » Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:35 am

This weekend Raglan Road Pub at Disney Springs is hosting its annual Mighty St. Patrick's Festival in honor of St. Patrick's Day! This event brings special entertainment throughout the weekend (starting today, March 15th and running through Sunday, March 17th, 2019! We were fortunate enough to get a preview of this year's offerings last night and there is a lot to be excited about during this festival! Raglan Road has always been a highlight when it comes to food and entertainment at Disney Springs and the Mighty St. Patrick's Festival is another great reason to come out and visit!
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Last night we visited Raglan Road Pub for a preview of this year’s Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival!
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A look at the packed schedule of special entertainment that can be experienced throughout the weekend at Raglan Road!
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If you're looking to celebrate St. Patrick's Day weekend with some beer, look no further!
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Our first sample was a taste of Raglan's signature "Hog in the Box," a slow roasted pork shoulder with sweet onion stuffing, caramelized onions, applesauce and a pork crackling. It was delicious!
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Cookes of Dublin, Raglan Road's quick service option next door will debut a new mini chicken slider soon and we got a sneak peak! The chicken was juicy and tender, and the batter was fantastic!
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Raglan Road isn't just about dining... Live entertainment allows for immersive step dancing, folk music and a bit of interactivity for the kids!
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Next up was the Heavenly Ham and it certainly lived up to its name!
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Maca, an award winning 3 piece Traditional & Folk music group from Ireland is performing at Raglan Road Pub for the Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival!
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Ben Gunnery has gone on tour internationally with various companies including Barrage, Riverdance and Gaelforce, and he’s performing live at Raglan Road Pub during the Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival!
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Raglan's signature Fish & Chips are always worth trying!
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The Raglan Risotto is hearty and wonderfully flavorful!
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The Dalkey Donkey is an Irish take on the classic Moscow Mule, subbing vodka for whiskey!
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The "Gnocchi Sea Gnocchi Do" is one of my favorite dishes on the Raglan Road menu. The gnocchi are light and pillowy (with a charred exterior) and the scallops are plump and cooked perfectly!
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Raglan Road hosts a variety of performers throughout the day, featuring Irish folk musicians (who sink well known songs as well as classic tunes with modern takes).
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Irish step dancing is a major part of the Raglan Road experience and guests are seated right in the middle of it all!
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Ger’s Bread and Butter Pudding is an absolute must try when visiting Raglan Road!
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No guest is too old to try step dancing at Raglan Road!
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The Fluffy Lemon Clouds are quite the treat for dessert.
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There's nothing not to love at Raglan Road!
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Bringing new meaning to "getting some air."
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DANCE OFF!!!
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The Mighty St. Patrick's Festival runs through Sunday, March 17th, 2019 (this weekend) at Raglan Road Pub in Disney Springs! Whether you're looking for a bite, a pint, great entertainment or a combination of the above, a visit will be well worth your time! Thanks to Raglan Road for hosting us for the delicious preview of this weekend's festivities! Sláinte!
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Re: Walt Disney World Resort Non-Park Discussion Thread

Postby ytterbiumanalyst » Fri Mar 15, 2019 7:42 pm

That looks like a lot of fun. Dalkey Donkey...nice pun, and I'm sure a good drink too.
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