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    during our next trip my favorite team will be playing. I love it when that happens, my team and disney at the same time. How cool is that. I was wondering if there’s any recommendations of where to watch a game. ESPN is booked. Any other restaurants that would have the game? Any place you guys have gone to that was fun?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ransam View Post
    during our next trip my favorite team will be playing.
    I thought that is what DVR's were invented for.
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    You should be able to get a walk up at ESPN if it's not a special game (i.e: super bowl, world series) They take a limited amount of reservations during the day and evening/night is all walkup. Keep in mind though if it's not bring shown on ESPN or a subsidiary they may not broadcast it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VWL Mom View Post
    You should be able to get a walk up at ESPN if it's not a special game (i.e: super bowl, world series) They take a limited amount of reservations during the day and evening/night is all walkup. Keep in mind though if it's not bring shown on ESPN or a subsidiary they may not broadcast it.
    The ESPN club is not owned by ESPN. The restaurant is just licensed to use the ESPN name and trademark. They show games from all the various networks. I have watched a number of games broadcast on CBS at the ESPN club at the Boardwalk. I will be there in a couple of months and will be watching a game that will be on CBS.

    They don't make reservations on Saturday or Sunday. I have typically just walked up and they ask what game you would like to watch and they try to get you seated before kickoff. I would recommend getting there at least about an hour prior to kickoff.

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