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    Do they have any starbucks or subways, that kind of place ? or if not where is the closest to go? trying to work out where to have meals



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    Theres a subway at the premium outlet mall just outside downtown disney. I dont know of any in disney itself
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    The nearest thing to a sub at Disney would be at Earl of sandwich DTD.... However there is a Quiznos at the Crossroads near to DTD. Either one is delicious.

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    Universal have Starbucks and there is a Subway at Festival Bay.

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    There is also a subway in the food court at the Florida mall.:p015:

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    If you like those sort of sandwiches definitely try out Earl of Sandwich at Downtown Disney like Crayola said - the sandwiches their are delicious






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    I've read that the coffee at Swan & Dolphin is Starbucks







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    There's also a Starbucks at the Premium Outlets.

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    If you like submarine/grinder/hoagie type sandwiches then go straight to Publix. They have the best ones going. You can choose type of bread (wrap or roll) kind of bread (whole wheat, white, other...) and everything else that goes on the bread. Their prices are much better, the food much fresher and it's made to order (as are most subs).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 41282
    If you like submarine/grinder/hoagie type sandwiches then go straight to Publix. They have the best ones going. You can choose type of bread (wrap or roll) kind of bread (whole wheat, white, other...) and everything else that goes on the bread. Their prices are much better, the food much fresher and it's made to order (as are most subs).
    That`s a good point Tink and I agree with every word.
    Sometimes when we are lazing around our villa and wondering what to have for lunch, I nip down to Publix for this very reason.




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