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A Recipe For Fun

A Recipe For Fun

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Make the most of your dining experience at Walt Disney World with these tips and tricks from fellow vacationers like you:

“If you like the food at the Rainforest Cafe but don’t like the loudness of the restaurant, ask to be seated on the top floor, outside. We did this one year and it was fabulous. Of course, kids like eating outside to begin with, so they didn’t mind missing the jungle atmosphere. It was really peaceful—there’s even a small waterfall so you can hear the trickling of the water vs. the elephants and gorillas.”

Contributed by Tina Peterson, a winner in our Reader Tip Contest

“Here are two great money-saving meal ideas: 1. Eat for less at Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port in Tomorrowland. The pasta dishes are very generously portioned, big enough for my daughter and me to split one dish, especially if we add an order of garlic bread. At $7.50 for the pasta and $4-ish for bread, you get a tasty and inexpensive Disney meal! 2. Share at the Blue Bayou. On our trip we each got a bowl of clam chowder and split a blackened chicken salad (fairly large), getting out of there for around $25. We even had mint juleps to drink and ice cream for dessert!”

Contributed by Susan Billings, a winner in our Reader Tip Contest

“For Universal Studios Hollywood, I’ve always found the restaurants are overpriced and the food quality is poor. A great option is to get your hand stamped and stroll over to CityWalk. You can eat at a table-service restaurant like Hard Rock Cafe, Buco di Beppo, or Cafe Tu Tu Tango for roughly the same price as a counter-service restaurant in the park. Or you can get fast food at Panda Express, Dodger Dogs, or the best chili burgers in Southern California at Tommy’s and save money.””

Contributed by Keith Burrus, a winner in our Reader Tip Contest

Magical Memories

“During a Disneyland visit with my husband and our close friends last year, we experienced a wonderfully unplanned, blissful moment. We all ordered Dole Whip Floats from the Tiki Juice Bar. Sitting on a shaded bench in the hub, we enjoyed our delicious treats. When we finished, as if by consensus, we all relaxed and closed our eyes and just rested for a moment. The breeze gently washed over us, and the sounds of the people all around us faded. After a short while, we all ‘woke up’ feeling refreshed and incredibly relaxed. It was like a mini-vacation within our vacation. Sometimes in the midst of all our planning and strategizing, it’s good to just let the day unfold and allow the magic to appear out of nowhere.”

...as told by Disney vacationer Nicole Winkel

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