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Dining at WDW

 

 

 

One of the most beneficial aspects of dining at Walt Disney World resort is the wide range of choices available. With some exception there are very few people who will not find something quite tasty for any meal of the day.

 There are the theme park restaurants that have counter service selections and full service or buffet selections. Within the counter service selections there is a remarkable variety of food items from which to select. No one is going to be stuck eating hot dogs and hamburgers as a steady diet unless they so choose. Each park has its own unique variety of counter service places.  EPCOT’s World Showcase may offer the widest array of selections.

 Table service and buffet service is available in each park, with lunch usually being less expensive than dinner. Again, depending upon your personal preference, you will find many options from which to choose. Animal Kingdom offers a glimpse of African cuisine within the Tusker House buffet. Disney Hollywood Studios will take you back to the glamorous days of Hollywoood with The Brown Derby.  Magic Kingdom will bring Tony’s from Lady and the Tramp, alive for you and your family. EPCOT has eleven different countries from which you can make your selections as well as other full service restaurants available in Future World.

 The Walt Disney World resort hotels are another option for dining. The many hotels at WDW, from value resort through deluxe resort have deliciious options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The value resorts have elaborate food courts with many selections that range from pizza to roasted meat entrees. The moderates have food courts and full service restaurants and the deluxe resorts focus more on the full service options, although there are small counter services options at each deluxe resort.

Deciding where to dine while at Disney can be a real challenge! There are so very many options, that you may not be able to try all the places you’d like in a single visit!

 

 

 

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