Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen Review – Downtown Disney

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Reviews of Downtown Disney Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen As part of a total entertainment and dining experience, every detail of this Big Easy-inspired restaurant delivers the tantalizing sights, sounds and tastes of New Orleans.

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Cuisine: Cajun-Creole

Service Type: Fine Dining

Price Range: $$$ ($20-$30 per person)

Meals Served: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

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4 Replies to “Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen Review – Downtown Disney”

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    We had a great lunch at this restaurant. While I might not bring a young child here for dinner, it was perfectly appropriate at lunch. The meals are almost exactly the same, but ,much less expensive. Also, they do have a children’s menu that is absolutely perfect for children. I had the rice and beans, which was delicious! It was also very reasonably priced. Like someone else here wrote, if you’re used to city prices for restaurants, these are not all that bad (at lunch, actually quite reasonable!)

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    What: The food is AMAZING. The food is some of the best cajan food we have ever had. The Bananas foster is to die for, and with the dining area being open, they cook it at your table

    Approximate Price of Entrees: $60.00+ a person. But a must try!

    It may look child inviting on the out side, but this is a high class group (at $60.00+). Older childern 13+ would do fine,the food is just not ment for younger diners.

    great food, wine, low lighting and it’s nice to get away from all the kids for a bit and drink and be mary.

    Be Sure to Try: the Bananas foster!

    General tips: Come early and often.

    MouseforLess Tip: Most of the food is make for one. So don’t think you’ll go in and share. If you want to give it a try, the best way is to join them for lunch, the cost it lower and less people.

    Extra Comment: Every thing is great! step out of the norm and try something on the menu that you don’t know what it is.

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    When: 01/08, 04/08, 06/08…will be going back this weekend

    What: dinner; we’ve had roast chicken, sesame and mushroom chicken breast, crab cakes,…cant really remember everything.

    Approximate Price of Entrees: $40 to $50 for two (not including coctails)

    Okay for Children: NO- There are sometimes a family or 2 with kids there, but as a young couple, we feel like kids should not be there. First off, it’s expensive (‘date/romance’ type dinners-not a family friendly menu, unless your kids eat bleu cheese topped mignon or sesame chicken in vodka sauce, and if they do, my hats off to you). Second, its one of the very few FULL bars throughout Disneyland-It would be nice to save a couple places for adults without kids to go for quite/private/relaxed dinners/drinks.

    Okay for Couples: YES- Its dim, candlelit, and one of the few FULL bars in Disney. The prices are pretty good (In comparison to Boston and Los Angeles, but if you consider $20 to $30 too much for a dinner plate, this is not the place for you. Their martinis are less than 10 bucks, which is cheap for us) It is a romantic setting, French-iron decor and they have both outdoor and indoor tables. I would dare say it is better than Blue Bayou, if only because it is much less crowded, they serve drinks, and their menu is more extensive.

    Be Sure to Try: Everything

    General tips: As always, you cannot request a specific seat, but when you show up for your reservation, they are very sweet and accommodating, and will allow you to wait until your preferred seat is open. Reservations are suggested, but not always needed-It’s not like Blue Bayou where you have to call a week ahead. Going there first thing and making the res. in the morning is just fine, or even walking in when you’re hungry. It’s nice to sit on their balcony for the 10pm fireworks-you can sit, drink, eat and watch the fireworks, thought they are still in the distance.

    MouseforLess Tip: Discount tips? Don’t eat here. This isn’t a place for discounts…However, if you’re used to expensive meals (major metropolis prices) than this place can be seen as a bargain. Their 1/2 roast rosemary chicken is, I think, $25 and their martinis are under 10 bucks.

    Extra Comment: It’s located in downtown Disney, about halfway down on the left, coming from the park entrances. It’s convenient enough to make res. there in the morning when you get off the tram (its right there), and it’s very nice to stop for a drink or real meal in between park hops.

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    What: dinner – Blackened Salmon, All their soups, Benignets, Oyster Shooters, Catfish

    Approximate Price of Entrees: $35 per person with drinks and tips

    OK for kids, but it doesn’t cater to them which is a nice change of pace…

    Be Sure to Try: Benignets

    General tips: Easy place to make reservations or just drop in.

    MouseforLess Tip: It’s a little on the loud side, but it’s a fun kind of noise.
    Less expensive than Goofy’s Kitchen!

    Extra Comment: This and ESPN Zone are both great places that can clearly succeed on their own, without the Disneyland traffic. It’s great to have options like that while at the Park.

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