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    Default Ive never eaten at.....

    should i feel bad about missing these places?
    Ive never eaten at:
    Any place in AK
    MK-Tonys, Liberty Tree,Caseys,Cosmic Rays,
    Pinocchios,Cindys, Main St Bakery
    MGM-Hollywood & Vine, Pizza Planet,Starring Rolls, Commisary,Flatbread
    Epcot-El Umbrella, Sunshine,Garden Grill,Bistro de Paris,Tangierine Cafe (as u can see ive covered most here)
    Resorts-nothing at GF
    nothing BC/YC
    nothing BOardwalk area (except Bakery & Spoodles pizza)
    nothing in Swan/Dolphin other than Kimonos
    Contemp-Chef Mickeys, Concourse (goin bb)
    OKW-Olivias (actually have never stopped at OKW)

    Poly-Ohanas (but im tryin it in Sept)
    DD-Portobellos, WPexpress,Earl,Ghiradellis,
    Bongos,Raglan Rd

    and thats in 16 trips or so. i do repeats a lot so i have to try others..
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    Of your list, I recommend trying:

    Caseys and Main St Bakery
    Bistro de Paris and Tangierine Cafe
    Grand Floridian Cafe, Narcoossee's, and Citricos at the Grand Floridian (all outstanding), 'Ohana (glad you're trying it).

    And I'm trying Raglan Road next trip, so I'll let you know about that one.

    The rest, I either haven't tried or I can't really recommend them. But as for these, you are missing out on some good ones if you don't get to try them eventually.
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    I would try to get to 1900 park fare and ltt. 1900 is temporarily moved and the food is pre plated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crow View Post
    should i feel bad about missing these places?
    Ive never eaten at:
    Any place in AK
    MK-Tonys, Liberty Tree,Caseys,Cosmic Rays,
    Pinocchios,Cindys, Main St Bakery
    MGM-Hollywood & Vine, Pizza Planet,Starring Rolls, Commisary,Flatbread
    Epcot-El Umbrella, Sunshine,Garden Grill,Bistro de Paris,Tangierine Cafe (as u can see ive covered most here)
    Resorts-nothing at GF
    nothing BC/YC Beaches and Cream
    nothing BOardwalk area (except Bakery & Spoodles pizza)
    nothing in Swan/Dolphin other than Kimonos
    Contemp-Chef Mickeys, Concourse (goin bb)
    OKW-Olivias (actually have never stopped at OKW)

    Poly-Ohanas (but im tryin it in Sept)
    DD-Portobellos, WPexpress,Earl,Ghiradellis,
    Bongos,Raglan Rd

    and thats in 16 trips or so. i do repeats a lot so i have to try others..
    I bolded the ones on your list that I have been to that I think you really ought to try.
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    Definitely try

    Main St Bakery
    Beaches and Cream
    Grand Floridian Cafe
    Chef Mickeys

    Glad your doing Ohana's - fantastic food!!
    Let the magic begin.....!!!

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    Wow! That's a lot of things!! I would personally reccomend:

    O'hana
    Liberty Tree Tavern and
    Raglan Road

    All three were excellent!
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    Dont worry, Ive been going to WDW at least once a year (most of the time twice) for practically all my life (Im 27 now) and there are way more things that I havent tried. We never did TS when I was growing up. I have a lot to catch up to!!

    I would recommend Raglan Road and Earl of Sandwich. Recently I tried those and I think they are my new fav TS and CS. Raglan Road has the best tomato soup (and Im not a soup person at all) and Im addicted to the All American at Earl. Yum!
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    I think Cosmic Rays is a must just for Sonny Eclipse, it's just for the atmosphere. I hope you make it to Ohanas, it's great. We love Chef Mickeys, but have only been there for breakfast. I'm hoping to get to Beaches and Cream. Other than that I think you've got it pretty covered
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    I thought Tangerine Cafe was a very good value. The food isn't as spicy as I have had it at Moroccan restaurants in Philly but it is very good! The patio is a nice place to sit at night while you are waiting for the fireworks.
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    Off of your list I would recommend:

    Beaches and Cream
    Chef Mickeys
    Casey's

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    Main Street Bakery - excellent for breakfast or late night snack.

    Chef Mickey's - might only like if you have kids or want character interaction. I would recommend breakfast over dinner.

    Narcoossee's - excellent place, and would definently recommend if you don't have kids. Though we do sometimes see children there as well.

    Grand Floridian Cafe - one of our favorite places for lunch!

    1900 Park Fare - very enjoyable breakfast buffet.

    Ohana's - glad you are trying it in Sept! One of our favs for dinner!

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    Main Street Bakery -- French Toast Loaf is to die for!

    Liberty Tree is the best and most underrated lunch on Disney property, period!

    Casey's is awesome if you like hot dogs, otherwise skip it

    Sunshine Seasons has a great selection, I love it.

    And yes, you should feel VERY BAD about not having been there
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    Here are my choices for must dine.

    MK- Tony's-Lunch is very affordable. It fills up fast so make ADR.
    -LTT the character dinner is cute.
    - MSBakery- They DH has to have a choc. chip cookie at least 2x per trip. We even take some for the plane ride home.

    E- Tangierine Cafe- We tired it for the first time last trip. It is great and the portions are big enough to share.

    DD- Ghiradelli's is a long time family staple. It's the best ice cream in the world. The dark choc. hot fudge is killer. No trip is complete w/o going to Ghiradelli's.
    -WPXpess is better on the marketplace side than the West End side.

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    should i feel bad about missing these places?
    Here's my two cents for what it's worth...

    Any place in AK
    No great loss. LTT lunch is pretty good though
    MGM-Hollywood & Vine, Pizza Planet,Starring Rolls, Commisary,Flatbread
    Starring Rolls is amazing - we usually skip the rest
    Epcot-El Umbrella, Sunshine,Garden Grill,Bistro de Paris,Tangierine Cafe (as u can see ive covered most here)
    Garden Grill is great, Tangierine Cafe is Awesome
    Resorts-nothing at GF
    Every restaurant at GF is wonderful
    nothing BC/YC
    I like Beaches & Cream; Cape May is really good for a buffet.
    nothing BOardwalk area (except Bakery & Spoodles pizza)
    Two thumbs up to Flying Fish
    nothing in Swan/Dolphin other than Kimonos
    Il Mulino should be exceptional
    Contemp-Chef Mickeys, Concourse (goin bb)
    Concourse is really good, CMs good for a character meal
    OKW-Olivias (actually have never stopped at OKW)
    Olivia's is a diamond in the rough - worth a go. I'd call it one of the best inexpensive places at Disney

    Poly-Ohanas (but im tryin it in Sept)
    'Ohana flat out kicks bootie

    DD-Portobellos, WPexpress,Earl,Ghiradellis,
    Bongos,Raglan Rd
    Earl is awesome for CS - Portobellos is good for WDW Italian. I don't like Bongos or Raglan Rd.

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    I am just curious... since you said that you've never eaten at AK, does that mean that you don't spend much time there? Or do you bring in your own food that day?
    Flame Tree BBQ is not a bad option in AK but once they close the Tusker House it will probably be very crowded.
    PS. Just checked your list again and I have to say that El. Umbrella wasn't that great to me. DH is practically a carnivore and he was happy with his burger though.
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    i do spend the least time at AK, usually park hop and go to Epcot to eat after..
    and its close to AKL, where the ex works..............
    i am hoping to try mayb a diff cs since ill b on the plan (for the last time probably)
    we will see what happens foodwise this trip.
    thanks!
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    You should try EVERY single one of them in your next 16 trips!!! We have 1 or 2 faves we do every year, but like to mix it up and try new places each time we go.
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    In AK I enjoy Flame Tree Barbeque and Tusker House.
    Liberty Tree Tavern has fantastic character interaction but the food is just basic thanksgiving fare....we go there for the characters, not the food.
    Tangierine Cafe has tasty lamb schwarma sandwiches which is a nice change from chicken & burgers.
    Yachtsman Steakhouse was very good; almost as good as California Grill.
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    We love the Garden Grill and do it every trip. The menu is great, characters are fun and the chef is attentive. I highly recommend it for an early lunch.
    Anyone can cook!

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    To be quite honest, DH and I haven't eaten at many places in WDW since we've only been there once. But I'll list all the places that we never been on where we're eating at this time on our December vacation:

    • Grand Floridian Cafe
    • The Dining Room at Wolfgang Puck's
    • CRT
    • Beaches and Cream Soda Shop
    • Raglan's Road
    • Rose and Crown Pub
    • Le Cellier Steakhouse Canada
    • Hollywood Brown Derby
    • Concourse Steakhouse
    • Sci Fi Dine Inn
    • Coral Reef
    • Teppanyaki Dining
    • Artist Point
    • Marrakesh
    • Never eaten at any AK restaurant
    • Never eaten at Pop Century Food Court.
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