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    Talking Fav place to eat in Disney

    I like all Disney restarants, But i narrowed it down to 6. I just couldn't pick one!







    MK:Caseys Corner
    Epcot: Place in Italy( Alfredos or somthing)
    AK: Tusker House
    MGM: Primetime Cafe


    Hotel restarants: Councourse steakhouse( Contemparary)
    Ohanas( polynisian)
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    My faves are the Rainforest Cafe and Tony's in Magic Kingdom

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    The Coral Reef, so far. We had our DD's " Sweet Sixteen " birthday dinner there in July & it was a VERY good time!!! The atmosphere, CM's, cake & food were SO good! But, of course, there are so many other good choices!!! Let's see... I'm 44 know... almost 45. We / I better get on this if I plan on eatin' all across " The World "!!!!!!!
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    Favorite Restaurants

    MK - Liberty Tree Tavern - My hubby loves Goofy!
    MGM - 50's PrimeTime Diner - Fried chicken is divine! So much fun!!
    AK - Tusker House - Nicest counter meal anywhere!
    Epcot - Coral Reef is absolutely cool and beautiful!

    Best memories: Chef Mickeys and Tony's Town Square


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    my recent favorite was alfredo's in italy. the food was amazing and my waiter was too!! lol
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    This is the one thing that I truly enjoy when I go to WDW...planning where we eat! Every year I try to eat at least one new place and there are so many awesome places to eat in Disney.
    Favorite overalls...
    Breakfast- Cinderella's Castle. My daughter loves meeting all the princesses.
    Lunch- Rainforest Cafe. It's nice to take a break mid-day from the AK
    Dinner- Liberty Tree Tavern. The characters do a great job of spending time at the tables and you can't beat the home cookin' dinner!
    Dessert- Beaches and Cream at the Beach Club. Highly recommended.
    Favorites in each park
    Magic Kingdom- Liberty Tree although Crystal Palace is a close 2nd
    Epcot- Le Cellier is awesome! Can't go wrong by eating there, if you can get a reservation
    Animal Kingdom- Rain Forest by default as I've never eaten any where else.
    MGM- 50's Prime Time is a lot of fun!
    Outside the parks- Yachtman's Steakhouse in the Yacht Club. Quality beef, excellent atmosphere and service.
    New places I'm dining this year...Mama Melrose and after 10 years of wanting to try the fish n' chips, Rose and Crown. Also 1st time eating breakfast at Chef Mickey's!!!
    I must say the best dinner I've ever had was at Narccosses in 1999. I ordered lobster and there were actually two of them on the plate! The presentation was spectacular and delicious. First (of many) $100 dinner I had!
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    OMG!!! We love the Rose and Crown. There's a sticky bun something for desert that is out of this world.
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    Annette :o)

    Quote Originally Posted by jtrain75 View Post
    This is the one thing that I truly enjoy when I go to WDW...planning where we eat! Every year I try to eat at least one new place and there are so many awesome places to eat in Disney.
    Favorite overalls...
    Breakfast- Cinderella's Castle. My daughter loves meeting all the princesses.
    Lunch- Rainforest Cafe. It's nice to take a break mid-day from the AK
    Dinner- Liberty Tree Tavern. The characters do a great job of spending time at the tables and you can't beat the home cookin' dinner!
    Dessert- Beaches and Cream at the Beach Club. Highly recommended.
    Favorites in each park
    Magic Kingdom- Liberty Tree although Crystal Palace is a close 2nd
    Epcot- Le Cellier is awesome! Can't go wrong by eating there, if you can get a reservation
    Animal Kingdom- Rain Forest by default as I've never eaten any where else.
    MGM- 50's Prime Time is a lot of fun!
    Outside the parks- Yachtman's Steakhouse in the Yacht Club. Quality beef, excellent atmosphere and service.
    New places I'm dining this year...Mama Melrose and after 10 years of wanting to try the fish n' chips, Rose and Crown. Also 1st time eating breakfast at Chef Mickey's!!!
    I must say the best dinner I've ever had was at Narccosses in 1999. I ordered lobster and there were actually two of them on the plate! The presentation was spectacular and delicious. First (of many) $100 dinner I had!
    Hello there jtrain75;521792 I too spend a long time planning, as we only get to go once a year we are planning sometimes a whole year in advance, in fact as I leave Disney World, I am already think ing of my next new trip ha! ha!

    Take Care
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    Oh yeah. I started planning 180 days ago for next month! We (actually I) are so excited we can't stand it!
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    2007- All Star Sports
    2008- USF Royal Pacific Resort and All Star Music
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    2010- USF Royal Pacific Resort and Beach
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    How Do You ???

    Quote Originally Posted by jtrain75 View Post
    Oh yeah. I started planning 180 days ago for next month! We (actually I) are so excited we can't stand it!
    Annette :o)

    How do you get your photos on there, and how do you get to out in all your trips to Disney at the bottom of your quote's

    ???

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    I agree the 50's Prime Time is a lot of fun for the atmosphere as is the Biergarten.

    As far as food goes, I've got to give it to 'Ohana. I ate there for the first time last month and I plan to go on all of my future trips.

    Close behind are Restaurant Marakesh and the Kona Cafe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disney1860 View Post
    Annette :o)

    How do you get your photos on there, and how do you get to out in all your trips to Disney at the bottom of your quote's

    ???
    in the red bar at the top of the page go to 'CP'. From there you can edit your signature and add an avitar photo.
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    2007- All Star Sports
    2008- USF Royal Pacific Resort and All Star Music
    2009- Beach Club
    2010- USF Royal Pacific Resort and Beach
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    Victoria and Albert's was great, but my favorite is a toss up between Ohana and the Kona Cafe... there is no better way to start your day than breakfast at one of these two...

    Les Chefs was a favorite too...... actually, I'd have a much, much shorter list of the ones I didn't like instead of favorites...


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    THE PLAZA IN THE MAGIC KINGDOM IS BY FAR THE BEST!!!! they have the best ruebens and hte best caramel milkshakes!
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