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What are the best foods/drinks from the Disney Parks? Or what are your personal favorites?
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>>9927294
Years ago in epcot in the Canadian section they had these pastries with maple and brown sugar. I think they were called beaver tails and were fucking delicious
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>>9927381
>fucking delicious
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>>9927370
Beaver tails are great. We have a small pastry shop who make the. Banana and strawberry toppings are nice.
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>>9927388
they are right, they are delicious.
t. leaf
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Their mickey shaped raviolis at chef Mickey are good as fuck but the best restaurant is the sci fi drive in diner at Hollywood studios
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>>9927409
oh that looks comfy, I'd like to try that place one day
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Fuck me, the food in the parks have gone way downhill. The Blue Bayou used to have legit food, now it's barely above mall food court shit.

Disney still has the best popcorn though
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I have only ever been to Disney World but I'm hoping to one day take a trip to Disneyland.

Are Mint Juleps as good as they look?
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Just went to Disney World back in May. The Sweet and Spicy Chicken and Waffle Sandwich at Sleep Hollow Refreshments in Magic Kingdom was pretty delicious
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>>9927462
Also, Epcot was having their Flower and Garden festival when we went. All the countries in the World Showcase has kiosks serving food exclusive to the event. Canada had Beef Tenderloin Tips with Mushroom Bordelaise Sauce, Whipped Potatoes with Garden Vegetables

China had spicy chicken lettuce wraps which were also amazing. And don't get me started on the exclusive drinks and cocktails.
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Cinnamon Roll at Gastons Tavern in Magic Kingdom.

Make sure to sit in Gaston's chair while eating it.
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>>9927496
Fuck yeah, can't go wrong with Dole Whip.
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>go to Disney World
>eat so much delicious yet high fat food

We walked all over from the time the park opened to the time it closed for 4 days straight, so I'd like to think we burned off everything we ate.
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>>9927294

https://www.google.com/search?q=vegan+disney
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>>9927428
they're lowering the quality and upping the salt so you buy more drinks
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>>9927409
Are coloreds allowed to dine there?
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I really want to try the food at the new Avatar section that opened in Animal Kingdom.
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I want to suck a log of shit out of Goof's anus.
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>>9927541
>Vegan

Too bad you're missing out on a lot of delicious food at Disney.
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>>9927546
They have to use the door in the back
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>>9927559
>/ck/ - cute/anime and guns
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>>9927546
No.
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>>9927533
You can't burn off the shame
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Why go there when you could go to Madrid?
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>>9927294
Turkey legs are the only thing anybody with half a brain buys here. Other than that the german buffet in Epcot and that 50s diner at MGM is also very good i eat at those places twice a month.
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>>9927294
Anyone ever eaten at the Blue Bayou restaurant? Can't deny the main draw is the ambiance but is the food good?
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>>9927580
Madrid is a shit hole for one.
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>>9927749
It seems pretty nice during winter :-)

Their 501st guys aren't allowed to carry blasters so they don't know what to do with their hands xD
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>>9927580
Does Madrid have Star Tours or Splash Mountain? I didn't think so.
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>>9927788
It has more gay bars than anywhere else :-)
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>>9927580
It's pretty sad that Epcots World Showcase has Italy, France, Norway, Germany, and the UK, but no Spain
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>>9927804
It has a better Spanish speaking country instead: Mexico :>)
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For me, it's a sit down dinner at Liberty Tree tavern at the Magic Kingdom.

Restaurant is themed like the American revolution and serves all the best comfort foods, Family style.

I always remember going there with my family as a kid. We'd just get chips or a hot dog for lunch, but it was always a treat to spend an hour or so in awesome air conditioning and enjoy a family style meal. Pic related is their turkey dinner, believe they also offer a halibut dinner or a meatloaf dinner. All the sides are the same.
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>>9927448
Ask Gatsby
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>>9927294
I always wanted to go to Disney
My entire family went once but they didn't take me, they brought me a chocolate frog from universal tho that was cool
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>>9927552
>Animal Kingdom
>the original concept was to have three sections, animals of todays world, animals of yesterday (dinosaurs) and animals from fantasy and mythology (like dragon's, unicorns, gryphons, etc)
>ideas for fantasy creature area included a roller coaster going through a crumbling medieval castle and encountering a large animotronic dragon that breaths fire
>for budget reasons Animal Kingdom only opened with the sections with the live animals and dinosaur land. The leftover park area was turned into some Camp Minnie Mickey babyshit
>years later, Disney turns Camp Minnie Mickey area into a place based on Avatar, an unforgettable movie, which has nothing to do with the rest of Animal Kingdom's overall theme.

It just sticks out like a sore thumb. I'm so disappointed that we didn't get this instead.
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>>9927879
Disney's fun but I can't imagine going there every year like some families do. I feel I would get sick of it.

I definitely want to go back though once they expand the Star Wars section in Hollywood Studios at Disney. They're supposed to open an interactive Star Wars themed resort too.
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>>9927930
>Star Wars land
They're going to serve blue milk in every restaurant and food kiosk, aren't they?
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At food and wine last year they had this drink called Swine Brine. It was bourbon with lemon juice, mustard, and apple juice, garnished with a pork rib.

I still have dreams about it
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>>9927462
>>9927515
>>9927393
>>9927381
>>9927294
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Club 33, exclusively for non-plebs.

But you can't go wrong with a turkey leg.
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>>9927930
That sounds so cool
I wonder what the hell are they going to serve
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I really want to go to Tokyo Disneyland one day.

How is Japan always on point with their food aesthetics?
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>>9927294
Those thick chocolate chip cookies at their candy shops are fucking amazing. Personally, a trip to Disney is incomplete without one.
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>>9927994
Rootleaf stew and blue milk of course
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>>9927294
I went to a restaurant called Hollywood Brown Derby or something like that, had the duck 2 ways, it was pretty decent.

the Toon Cafe has to be by far the worst restaurant I have indiscriminately ordered food and and then regretted it.

and uhhhhh those turkey legs smell rancid as shit to me but my gf likes them
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>>9927294
Former food and beverage CM here, ask me anything

>>9927496
this guy knows, even are the pineapple/vanilla swirls at the poly

>>9927515
seconding this. huge, easily meal sized

>>9927552
it's decent, I had the bao buns in your pic (the cheeseburger filled ones). the chips were completely flavorless however. the night blossom drink is completely overrated but I also don't like frozen drinks

flight of passage is top-tier tho

>>9927601
>>9927981
I was super disappointed by turkey legs, I expected them to be way more juicy. now I understand why guests always pile on barbecue sauce

>>9927953
they had blue milk at Star Wars weekend a couple years back, it was basically just milk with blue raspberry flavoring added and it was just as unappetizing as that sounds
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>>9927381
First time Skor gets the pub it deserves. Heath btfo
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>>9927994
Apparently Bantha burgers exist in the Star Wars universe, so I'm assuming that, although we know it'll really be beef. When you're creating a menu based on a fantasy universe, it kinda kills the immersion when you know the actual ingredients.
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The only thing decent at Disneyland is the fried chicken at the restaurant next to tomorrow land. Everything else tastes like microwaved food and costs 10x as much.
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Reminder to watch Escape from Tomorrow. Black and white dark comedy, filmed at Disney. Good stuff.
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>>9928114
what’s ur email and when should i remind u?
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>>9927930
The Star Wars land will have a dinner club btw
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>>9928070
Have they switched back to all beef hot dogs, or are they still the chicken/beef mix?
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>>9928133
They're all beef now
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>>9927981
>$50k membership
>14 year waiting list
>ywn dine at club 33
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>>9927294
>What is your favorite overpriced livestock feed?
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>>9927879
It's much better as an adult with friends, get a park hopper and bop around and make sure to check out places besides the Mouse's evil domain. We have some fantastic bars and nightlife in Orlando, my favorite place is called Oblivion.
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>>9928007

Damn, I wanna try them.


>>9927381

Tfw no hazelnut beavertail.
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>>9927981
>>9928185
i thought it was club 32?
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>>9928007
>in Tokyo Disneyland you can get Little Green Men shaped mochi

Hhhnnggggghhhh
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>>9928428
Nope. 33
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I went to black derby a year or so ago and was deeply disappointed by the trend that disney has recently started to do by basically reducing all of their deserts save a few signatures to 'dessert shots' - stop. I'm not there to be on a diet, I'm on fucking vacation.
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now this is my kinda thread.

Skipper Canteen is as good as it gets in Walt Disney World, both in theme and food offerings. The staff there is great too, never met a CM there that wasn't fun to talk to.

Only been to Disneyland once, but the food standard there seemed much higher than WDW's, even in small quick services and food windows. Really enjoyed both Cafe Orleans & French Market. Next time I make a trip to the west coast I'll definitely be going to Blue Bayou.

>>9928070
which restaurants/areas of the parks have you worked in? any interesting stories?
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Where my Trader Sam's boys at?
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I used to go to the Carnation Cafe. They had some kind of roastbeef sandwich with melted cheese that was really good. I checked their menu and it's not there anymore though.
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Sanaa bread service
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>>9927294
I think in that Future Land area they sell some fuck huge turkey legs that are impossible to finish.
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>>9927448
They're tasty but nonalcoholic
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>>9927294
even as an adult the charater meals are a lot of fun! I've only gone to world once in 2014 like ether the year or the year after be our guest opened and it was really good then but I've heard it's hit or miss now. California grill was well worth it
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>>9927496
it's a lieeeeeeeee
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>>9927294
>tfw have a high-paying job as a THEME PARK FOOD CRITIC
>still expect us to do your job
I hate women
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_M6P6iQsWk
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>>9928114
You made that piece of shit??
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just a big fuckin pickle
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>>9927294

At Disneyland the last restaurant open often will be Royal Street Veranda. By this time you're exhausted from being on your feet all day. They have gumbo bowls and clam chowder that are really damn good. When you're exhausted they're epic.

Quick protein, great carb reload. It's everything you need to survive making it out of the park. There is almost always a line and hard to find seating.
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>>9927961
That shit was so nasty. I bought it not knowing what it was and ended up pouring most of it out. The pork rib was good though
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>>9928185
>tfw went there once as a teenager because dad worked for a big corporation that had access and he pulled some strings.
It was so long ago that I don't remember what exactly it tasted like but I remember loving the shit out of it. They had a pretty extensive appetizer table with a bunch of cheeses and shit on it. The restaurant itself also had a lot of cool stuff pertaining to walt himself.
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>>9928662
Yo, that place is amazing. Bought two mugs there, I’ve been on a huge tiki kick recetly so it really scratched the itch. Wish I could’ve stayed longer.

>>9928657
The canteen is killer, had their seafood stew and it was banging
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>>9928007
Been there twice. The snacks are amazing and pretty cute.
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>>9928114
Only one reason to watch that over hyped student film
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who /chimichanga/ master race here?
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>>9927611
Surprisingly yes, jambalaya and Monte Cristo sandwich are both fine choices.
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>>9927601
>>9927601
i remmber the german buffet from when i was 10 (about 20 years ago)
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>>9927930
They should just turn the contemporary into a Star Wars resort. The inside already looks like the death star
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>>9928007

bun shape mickey mouse
fly in cup
$200 for you

>>9927462

is this real?
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>>9929744
I love that disgusting filling.
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A whole thread about Disney food and no one posts this?
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you've got to go to the german sector and get a bratwurst. you'll thank me later
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>>9930605
Does it cost less than 10$?
American food is terribly overpriced
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>>9928007
I went there a couple months back. I got the Mickey shaped burger in your pic with fries and an iced tea for a decent price, but didn't get fast passes, so my group spent most of our time waiting for mediocre rides. Also didn't see alcohol being sold anywhere, which would have greatly eased my pain.

There's a bakery run by a little old lady across from my school here that has cute buns and whatnot with pig faces, cat faces, and (for Halloween) Jack-o-Lantern faces. So cute. The local convenience store has chicken-filled buns decorated like cut chickens right now.
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>>9930684
*CUTE chickens. Not slaughtered ones.
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>>9930500
It's in a tier of its own senpai, no need to discuss perfection
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>>9930627
You're dumb. All amusement parks charge out the ass for food because they know you don't have other choices. You just have to come prepared to spend a lot of money on food
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>>9930709
Don't even think about [spoiler]bringing your own snax[/spoiler]
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>>9930709
*bad and expensive food
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>>9927580
get a job
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How is the food at Harry Potter in Universal?
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>>9930814
I tried the frozen butter beer, which was way too sweet for my tastes. I can't remember what I bought in the food court there but I remember it being surprisingly good.
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>>9927496
I've seen six flags sell these
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>>9927580
http://www.foodandwine.com/blogs/24-awesome-food-events-worth-traveling-year

Why go anywhere?
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>>9931463
South Beach here. I've actually never been to any of the SoBe Food & Wine events, I should go this year. I just don't know what events to go to or what to really do. I hate crowds.

Like Oktoberfest is too much of a shitshow. Everything is jammed, makes it unpleasant.
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>>9931463
2&4
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>>9927515
PROTIP: Ask the cashier to give you extra icing for your cinnamon roll, and they will literally go in the back and drown the motherfucking in it, and it will be fresh and hot.

Also, School Bread in the Norway pavillion at Epcot is equally as delicious, and it's like $3.50, so at disney prices it's a bargain. There's even enough where you could share with a friend, like the above cinnamon bun.

At Animal Kingdom, the BBQ is really good. Just get it, doesn't matter where. Also, in the asia section there is a food truck that sells samosas and falafel (especially the falafel), both have the best versions of these dishes I've ever had at Disney, including the food and wine festivals, but it's avaialable all year.

One of the best values is at Cosmic Rays or Casey's Corner. You can get half a chicken, mashed potatoes and green beans for about $15. You can easilly share this with another person. At Caseys, get the footlong dog, ALWAYS. It makes no sense to get the smaller size at the prices they charge. Foot long with chili cheese will feed 2 people, and you get a boatload of crispy fries as well.
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>>9931686
>School Bread in the Norway pavillion
d-does that taste as good as it looks?
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But... how expensive it is?
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>>9930740
Rules on this vary by amusement park, most parks say no outside food because obviously they want you to pay $15 for Sysco chicken tenders. Disney allows you to bring snacks in, Knoebels in Pennsylvania on the other hand actually has a free picnic area which is pretty comfy.

>>9930767
Disney is the exception to the rule, a lot of their sit down restaurants are actually legit especially the ones at the resorts. Once you get away from the standard tendies and burgers it's actually pretty good.
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>>9931850
if you have to ask you can't afford it
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>>9927911
Well just wait a few years until Disney realizes no one actually cares about Avatar, with how things are set up they can probably revamp it into a fantasy theme easily.
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>>9931766
Sweet cardamom bread, full of vanilla custard, topped with icing and toasted coconut.....It's fucking heaven. I regularly order an extra to go before leaving the park for the day.

OH!!! I almost forgot. The Lychee ice cream in China is a cheap treat and full of flavor, and has real bits of fruit in it. Do not miss out of this one, I think it's made in-house.
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>>9930605
man I was so hoping that duck would steal his hot dog
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>>9931856
The castle at Magic Kingdom is like high quality French food or something right?
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>>9927611
I went in 2005 and had the monte cristo sandwich which was great.
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>>9927294
I usually go during the Food and Wine Festival
its fucking great
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What foods are must have that are worth the price for dinner than eating at a restaurant in Los Angeles?
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Been to disney land japan, they have these steamed buns in the shape of mickey mouse hands with chicken and lettuce i think. I remember them being pretty good
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>That year my family got reservations for the Firework dessert bar in Disney

Great view of the fireworks and great desserts, expensive though. It's been awhile, but I remember the Brown Derby at MGM was really good, also recently there's that large Beauty and the Beast place to eat, it was good, but when we ate there it took quitr awhile to get in.

Besides that I'm having trouble thinking of other really stand out places to eat, normally we might get a quick lunch at the parks, but we do dinner either at the rented house if we have one or go to a restaurant somewhere else maybe on a hotel property. Mama Della's at the Portofino is really good italian, went to Tchoup Chop for my birthday once and it was good. Yeah kind of deviating from the topic, but there's a lot of great places to eat around Orlando and the parks and you might not be paying as much as in the park.

Also a general tip for anyone new to Disney or theme parks, if you're really interested in riding rides, always go to the back of the park first then work your way up.
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>>9932707
I always get the Fast Pass at Universal and then Disney I think there is some scheduling app now right?
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>>9927381
choco banana till I die.
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>>9932858
disney dippers are the best
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The 50's Prime Time Cafe at Hollywood Studios is the comfiest place to eat at the parks. The s'mores dessert is disgustingly good.
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>>9930814
Fantastic. Mostly turkey leg-type stuff, British comfort food and tea and what not but I thought it was superb
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>>9927448
>green mint julep
no thanks
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>>9930605
do they only have yellow mustard to put on it?
that ja/ck/ webm is not filling me with confidence
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I will be going to florida with my online international 2dgf and I hope to make her a 3d wife
normally I'm a universal guy, but is disney a better choice? I want to have a good time and her too

I haven't gotten to eat a krusty burger or try the officially licensed duff and I need that
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>>9933073
They are both fun. You can do both if you have time. Universal is great for sure. My favorite ride at Universal is The Hulk.

Congrats on meeting someone.
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Jiko at the Animal Kingdom Lodge is very legit among the expensive restaurants. Food and atmosphere are great, and best South African wine list in North America.
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>>9933196
>Dress Code
>At this Signature Dining experience, Guests are asked to adhere to the dress code.
>Men may wear khakis, slacks, jeans or dress shorts and collared shirts. Sport coats are optional.
>Women may wear capri pants, skirts, dresses, jeans or dress shorts.
>Not permitted in the dining room are tank tops, swimsuits, swimsuit cover-ups, hats for gentlemen, cut-offs, torn clothing and shirts with offensive language or graphics.
It's a little bit amazing that restaurants have to actually say this rather than people just knowing not to dress like white trash to a nice restaurant.
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>>9932852

Yeah last time I was at Disney they changed it to some shitty system where you choose 3 freepasses at certain times ahead of time, found it to be one of the worst fastpass systems I've seen at a theme park. The universal one is nice, though if you go at the right time of year you might not need it, went one year I think in February and there wasnt a line for anything in both universal and islands. There's a site that shows the expected crowds for parks at every day of the year.
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>>9933073

It's pretty easy to do universal and islands in a single day if you have a rough idea of what you're doing. Universal doesn't really have a ton of rides.
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I've never been to disney parks, is the food actually good?
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>>9933256
Yeah, a lot of the food is legitimately excellent.
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>>9927462
>Sweet and Spicy Chicken and Waffle Sandwich
Seconding this. At minimum, it's the best food you can get at the Magic Kingdom park overall (taste + price + wait time etc.).
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for me its the dole pineapple whip
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>>9928428
there is a "Club 32” at Disneyland, but it's not a club you just get taken backstage and beaten up by guys in pirate costumes.
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>>9932285
Don't know, never been there, was too embarrassed as a kid because being a boy and wanting to go to the princess meal means you're gay...jokes on everyone I'm a tranny now

>>9933207
It's Disney, most people coming into a restaurant are there after a day at the parks, and their reputation is based on the idea that they will bend over backwards for almost any request no matter how unreasonable or entitled. There's very few restaurants that have a strict dress code on property. Victoria & Alberts goes as far as to ban children under 12. It's legitimate fine dining.
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>turkey legs
>onion rings
>butterbeer aka literal butter slushies you only get at harry potter islands of adventure
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>>9928662
that fucking grog grotto is the best place, i have gotten hammered there several times.
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It was home to the restaurant with the gayest name i've ever seen:

Spoodles
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>>9933026
What a racist photograph
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>>9934155
>>9934159
is that your mom?
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The nachos you can get in adventure land(?) at disney world in orlando with the bar of toppings.
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>>9927462
That shit has to cost like 20 bucks
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>>9927294
Prosciutto piiza and a ptcher of beer at Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria in the Italy section of Epcot. Have it every time we go.
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>>9934191
i agree. how dare they make a nigger actually work instead of leeching welfare.
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>>9927294
About to go to Disney World for the homebuilders convention. Any good places that don't get a lot of notice?

In park, I would have to say Epcot's Rose n' Crown. Just so many nice beers and greatly-pulled off simple dishes there. Get a reservation for an hour before the fireworks, have a few drinks, a great meal and enjoy the show.

Buena Vista (formerly Disney Village, but not owned by Disney anymore) had a quaint Italian joint doing higher-end food at bargain prices, called D'Antonio's.

For some of the best burgers an a 50s malt shop type experience, Becahes n' Cream at the Yacht Club resort is just tops.


Any other suggestions? Best Epcot country? Is there even anything good at Downtown Disney that isn't a crappy chain or $40 a head without drink?
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>>9928070
>ask me anything
did you get lost on your way to reddit?
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>>9928830
How do I get her job?




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