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    Prime Time Diner - what a hoot! The tables are straight out of the kitchen I grew up in, the food is pure Americana, and Mom kept us all on our toes. I really did try to clean my plate, but with that much food - it's just NOT possible. We've only eaten there once, but we keep trying to get seating each time we go back, we just don't seem to get our act together early enough to get a reservation.
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    The family loves to eat at the Sci-Fi Diner, especially the reuben sandwich. The whole experience of the cars, food and classic B or C science fiction movies makes it a must do each and every trip. (My six year old loves the glow in the dark ice cubes)
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    I have to admit, Mama Melrose's was some of the best Italian food I've ever eaten! (I live close to Boston's North End, so I have some experience)...

    We do make it a point to stop at the Sci Fi diner each trip, though... I just love it in there. The BLT soup was surprisingly good, too! Sounds weird, but take a chance and try it, you'll love it...


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    We also like the Hollywood and Vine buffet and Fantasmic ticket special, the kids bar is worth the price (and as an adult i love to get a platefull off of it also)
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    That's a great point... I believe that you can get a Fantasmic ticket special at Mama Melrose's too...


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    I wish I could of done Sci-Fi Dine-In but at the time I was not much into waiting to get in.

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    the only 3 places I ever really eat at are the abc commissary, Rosie's all american cafe, and pizza planet, they are all just counter service but still yummy!
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    Resturant: Sci-Fi Dine-In
    Atmosphere: The Cars, and the old Sci-Fi Movies are great!
    Food Rating: Delicious!
    Comments: I recommened this restuarant because it is a lot of fun especially if you take your kids!
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    if your looking for something formal but expenseive go to the hollywood brown derby!
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    You gotta love the burgers at Sci-Fi. Plus, it's just a really neat atmosphere!

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    Pizza planet is great!
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    I love Toy Story Pizza Planet. It's my favorite. I love it, I'm going to eat there for my birthday
    Mama Melrose more pizza and pasta. and you can get a ticket for Fantasmic.



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    I live the 50's Primetime Cafe. It is great food and a great time for the family.

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    Sci-Fi because the atmosphere is sooo cool. it's kinda like Mexico at Epcot. However, I think Pizza Planet is an awesome idea, but should've made it more like how it is in the movie
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    We ate at H&V on our last trip and, while it was good, I don't think it was as good as Crystal Palace in MK. The desserts on the otherhand were incredible! I always like individual sized tortes and cakes. You can eat a ton of them and not feel guilty (even though you should!!!)
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