Dream Dining Day

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  1. gwennie81

    gwennie81 New Member

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    Pretend....

    Money is no object for one day.

    Where do you eat breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks at the WDW Parks & Resorts?
     
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    :tongue: do I get a hollow leg to hold all of the food too?

    Breakfast at CRT
    Lunch at hmmmmm I don't know
    Snacks: I'd like to nibble my way around the world showcase :yes:
    Dinner: I'd definitely try Victoria and Alberts!
     
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    Great Question..
    My would be a day at MK and then the boat across the lagoon to Fort Wilderness for Dinner.

    Breakfast.... Crystal Palace/CRT

    Lunch......... Casey's for a cold soda and a frank(kraut,mustard w/a bit of relish)

    Snack......... Pineapple Float

    Dinner......... Hoop Dee Doofor the entertainment, otherwise I would take the monorail to OHANAS.
     
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    Breakfast Crystal Palace

    Lunch one of Japan's quick service :yes:

    Dinner V&A

    Pudding - Dessert party :mental:
     
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    Ok, working on the basis that I would be ultra hungry every couple of hours :tongue:

    Breakfast - Cape May Cafe

    Lunch - I originally thought Beaches and Cream, but I have changed it to Tutto Italia, so long as I can sit outside on their terrace with one of the anitpasti plates and some cold pinot grigio :D

    Snacks - Does a Casey's hot dog count as a snack if I don't have the fries? :unsure:
    - A little treat (or two) from Karamell Kuchen.

    Dinner - V&A, no question about it!
     
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    Well, I'm going to cheat. :D :D :D

    Breakfast... hmmmmm... always a tough one, but I'll go with ummmm... Kouzzina.

    Lunch: Food and Wine Festival booths. :D :D (That's the cheating part).

    Snacks: Pretzel, popcorn AND an ice cream. :D :D

    Dinner: Hmmmm... have to go with Cape May's Dinner Buffet. Just HAVE too. :D :D
     
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    I have no idea whatsoever, ive only ever eaten at crystal palace! im guessing V&A is good though as everyone else has said it, so ill go there!
     
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    Going with Johnie on the hollow leg.

    Breakfast - Boma

    Lunch - Yak & Yeti

    Dinner -V&A

    Snack - Casey's or Mickey Ice Cream Bars
     
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    If you have a hollow leg then my glucose doesn't rise either!!!!

    Breakfast at The Crystal Palace

    lunch at Fultons or Raglan Road

    dinner at V&A

    snacks - any chocolate I fancy!:yes: And ice cream and a rich pastry from France! and maybe popcorn!!! :happybounce:
     
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    Breakfast---- kozzina
    Lunch--------- Fultons
    Dinner------Artist point
    Snacks --- Funnel cake or icecream at GHIRARDELLIS
     
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    Oooh, might have to try Artist's Point!:yes:

    Gweenie, I know you said money is no object right? Well hate to write checks that my stomach couldn't cash!:point:
    Now we would actually have to eat all this in one day right??:tongue:

    Breakfast...Cape May

    Lunch.....The Land

    Dinner.....Victoria and Alberts (as I have never eaten there and it looks really cool)

    Snack...Margarita and chips outside Mexico

    In reality here is what it ususally ends up being:

    Breakfast - coffee and a muffin at that place in Epcot near the fountains...oh what was it called?

    Lunch...something like Cosmic Rays...

    Dinner....maybe Crystal Palace or Jinko

    Snacks...Margarita and chips outside of Mexico....that's right...livin the dream!:happybounce:
     
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    Dan, Artist Point servers wonderful food. If you like salmon this is the place to get it at Disney. Also their mushroom soup is fab and so is their bison steak. As for V&A, take lots of moolah. This is one place that we absolutely love, only been three times, or is it four?
     
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    Thanks John, I will suggest AP to our crew...sounds fantastic. We are staying onsite...what is the best way to get to Wilderness Lodge from say AK?
     
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    Best way boat from MK.I ate at artist point this year was excelent
     
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    Good to hear both about the transportation and another satisfied diner! Thanks
     
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    aww.. just one day? its hard to narrow it down

    for dinner definetely V&A

    for breakfast... either Cape May of Ohana's

    for lunch... le cellier? just to try it!

    I do have to say we had the BEST dinner at Bistro de Paris though... so it would be so hard to choose just one place
     
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    Dan if you have a car I would drive. If you don't then take the bus right from AK to WL. Where on site are you staying?
     
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    Hi John, that is to be determined. Wrapping up which week we will be staying there. We are toying with AK as our Deluxe, POR-PORFQ, or CS for moderate.

    We have never stayed at AK and while DD (who is 20) would really think it cool, my nephews (12 and 6) would be insane to stay there.

    Have to see if we can swing it. We have most of the cost covered via Disney Dollar points (from Visa card). Love getting 1% of our home improvements covering our vacation.

    Dan
     
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    Something for those visiting epcot on their travels mango iced tea.....very refreshing!
     
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    Well AK is OUT:sorry: Holy cow did it get pricey! So it looks like POR or CS is on our final list. Which is OK with me!!:thumbsup:
     

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