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    Best Food Deals

    Pretty bored at home and missing Disneyland but tell me what are the best food price deals and best tasting food at Disneyland and California Adventure. It could help those planning 2 go to pick the good foods and not the bad ones.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Club 33 or Blue Bayou. Them's my favorites.
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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Well those 2 ^^ are definitely not the best prices.


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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Quote Originally Posted by Druggas View Post
    Club 33 or Blue Bayou. Thems my favorites.
    An apple on Main Street is a great snack and a good value...they have really good fresh fruit.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Quote Originally Posted by Druggas View Post
    Club 33 or Blue Bayou. Thems my favorites.

    Blue Bayou is amazing but a little pricy. I really like Cafe Orleans. They have the most amazing garlic fries called pomme frites. They also serve the best beignets I have ever tasted. They are shaped as Mickey heads and are served warm and fresh from the oven with 2 types of dipping sauces. They are the best desserts in the park (in my opinion). California Adventure had the Vineyard Room but that is going to be closing.
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    Re: Best Food Deals

    I think that Taste Pilot's Grill in DCA is a good deal. The toppings bar is great - you can definately make your own salad.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    IN DCA, i love the Taste Pilots Grill, for the big portions. I can split the Chicken Sandwitch with someone and be fine. In DL, Rancho Del Zocalo has very big portions to share. If you aren't going with someone, A Good money saving tip is to bring a Waterbottle and fill it up throughout the day. It can you save you $15 easy if you use it thorughout the day. Redd Rocket's Pizza Port has fairly cheap prices for single meals, Including very tasty salads.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    One of my favorite low cost options, the Wetzel Combo in Downtown Disney.

    You can get a Hot Dog wrapped in pretzel dough and a drink for under $6, even less if you have an AP.

    I don't recommend anything in the parks as a good deal.

    Whitewater Snack in the Grand Californian Hotel is good, a kids meal is available at a decent price, and is a regular place for MiceChatters.

    Otherwise, out of the park on Harbor, Mimi's is the best "coffee" shop restaurant near HoJo's.

    McDonalds and Quiznos are also near the Disneyland Pedestrian Entrance.
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    Re: Best Food Deals

    I like Bengal Barbecue in Adventureland. They have yummy chicken and beef skewers for about 3 or 4 dollars. They also have veggie kabobs if you're vegetarian.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Bengal BBQ is awesome for a group of people because you can get one of everything and share! I also love all those fruit carts, they're really fresh and the pickles they have there are also yummy. Blue Bayou is a must but definitely not the best 'deal'. I also like the Napoli pizza in DTD. A slice of pizza is fairly cheap there.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Darkbeer & beautiful_dreamer, you're making me drool, and I've just finished my lunch!

    I too suggest Whitewater Snacks in the Grand Californian Hotel, they have a good selection of hot and cold items at reasonable "resort" prices.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Drinking fountains are free and plentiful at both parks.

    Other than that, there are no deals in the parks. I like to have lunch at Hungry Bear at Disneyland because the fried-chicken sandwich is decent and the view is great.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    You can also get free cups of ice at most restaurants, then you fill them up with water yourself. That's always nice if you like your liquid refreshments cold like I do.

    Also, if it's someone in your groups birthday, go to the tortilla factory and get a gratis (free) bag of tortillas. They fill you up and they're warm and delicious.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Plaza Inn, fried chicken, and use your AAA card !

    If you ask for all drumsticks, they gave me about 6 !!!!

    I had a huge mound of mashed potatoes and gravy. I could not finish it all. I think that one dinner would have been enough for two people.

    The whole thing came to under $8.00. This was back in December, I don't if they've raised their prices since then.

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    Re: Best Food Deals

    Pizza Port in Tomorrowland has some really good, fresh pasta dishes, pizza, and yummy salads. Not cheap, but the portions are really generous and enough for 2 people to share, or bring it with you to snack on later. My husband got some blackended chicken cajun thing last time and was pleasantly surprised at how good it was.
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