Flame Tree BBQ
Rainforest Cafe (either location)
Hollywood and Vine
Chefs de France
Rose and Crown
Cinderella's Royal Table
Liberty Tree Tavern
Beaches and Cream
Hoo Dee Doo
1900 Park Fare
Victoria and Albert's
Fulton's Crab House
Portobello Yacht Club
House of Blues
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1997- Honeymoon at the Yacht Club1999- Disney Cruise & Caribbean Beach Resort (lost 2 days in the park due to Hurricane Floyd)2004- Yacht Club & daughter's first visit to WDW2005- All Star Movies2006- All Star Sports2007- All Star Sports2008- USF Royal Pacific Resort and All Star Music2009- Beach Club2010- USF Royal Pacific Resort and Beach
2011- Wilderness Lodge
I had to go with O'Hana. Stumbled upon the place back in 2001 as a College Program employee at the Backlot Tour. I couln't get into California Grill for fireworks, and I was told that O'Hana was a great back-up. All of the food is amazing...perfectly cooked and seasoned. The view of the Wishes fireworks is incredible, and that is where I asked my wife to marry me. My wife and I go to O'Hana at least once on every trip, and we take all of our family and friends. We have not yet taken one person that has not loved it as much as us.
Doing this poll made me realize that I haven't been to many restaurants at all!
July 1994- off site
February 1999- Port Orleans Riverside
March 2000- Caribbean Beach
January 2004- off site
February 2006- Pop Century
April 2006- off site
January 2007- Pop Century
December 2007- Coronado Springs
December 2008- Pop Century
December 2009- Coronado Springs/All Star Sports
Next trip: December 2010- All Star Music
I'm rather a fan of Flame Tree BBQ! I love how the seating area goes on and on (I nearly got lost in there), and I love those sandwich type things with the meat in the middle (sorry, I can't remember exactly what it was called). Mmm.
Also, Rainforest Cafe is one of my favourites too.
I really do love the variety of Boma!
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I picked "other".
I havent yet been to the Animal park yet.
In Epcot Ive been to Le Cellier, and I dont remember the names, but the main resturants in China, Mexico and the USA areas and didnt realy find the food to be that good....just very plain like I can get at home. But my actually Epcot favorite was the counter service place between future would and the showcase area that has the build your own burgers, hotdogs, salads.
In MK Peco's Bills is the place. Decent food, decent selection and portions size and prices arent to far out of whack.
But If I was to pick just 1 place as a favorite it would probably be the Fort Wilderness resturant. A little busy and pricey at dinner time, but 1 of the best deals going at breakfast and lunch. And a nice respit from all the magic. Afternoons the Ft. Wilderness Tavern is a great getaway place to have a cocktail and small snack if you want to get away from the crowds and heat. Expensive drinks, but there HUGE!
Ohana... but only cause Yak and Yeti isnt on the list
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What a loaded question! That's like asking me which is my favorite child! Although...I might be able to answer that more easily!
I'd have to say that one of more recent favorites you do not have listed and that is Yak & Yeti! The last two trips we've eaten there two times each and if I could have fit in two chances to dine there next month when we go...I would have! Unfortunately, we will only get the opportunity to dine there once in August.
I have my favorites in each park and resort.....could never narrow it down to just one!
Wow, I have never been to some of these restaurants!!! alhough, my favorite from the list has to be Chef Mickeys!!! I absolutely love Chef Mickeys!! We used to go there all the time, but now since I'm older (14 years, come on!) we don't go as much. also, I had to say other for the poll because I like Pecos Bill, Starlight Rays cafe (tomorrowland), the fish n' chips place in MK (fantasyland almost Liberty square), the electric umbrella, and the Pinochio restaurant in Fantasland (where you can get a great view of Small World).
'Your cadaverous palour betrays an aurora of foreboding, almost as though you sense a disquieting metamorphosis. Is this haunted room actually stretching? or is it your imagination?
(Going by a waterfall)
'And now everyone, we are going by the famous Schweitzer falls named after the famous explorer, Dr. Albert Falls.'
So corny, yet so funny...
I gotta say that I love Chef Mickeys. The characters are great and I love just about anywhere with a buffet. It doesn't hurt that the food's good.