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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerm
    Pizza Oom Mow Mow is really not that bad.
    OMG! To each his own, but I think their pizza is the 2nd worst Disney theme park pizza in the world. (The absolute worst being at Colonel Haithi's in Disneyland Paris, in case you were wondering.)

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    The "Cove Bar" above Ariel's Grotto is the best place to eat in DCA. I recommend the Rip Tide Iced Tea, a Mai Tai, or just a straight shot of Jagermeister (they make the best ones) will do just fine.

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    Golden Vine Trattoria, in my opinon, is the best now that Avalon Cove is gone.

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    I can't believe I didn't realize there was a real bar in DCA....I'm so excited to check it out next week!!!
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    Trattoria rocks.

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    Hands down, no question... if you want good eats, go into the Grand Cal and eat at Storyteller's. It is just a few steps inside the hotel from the Grand Cal DCA gate. It is not just good theme park food, it is good real food. It is a touch spendy... but you asked for the best food, not the cheapest. It is GOOD!

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    the Bakersfield Brocolli and Cheese soup at the wharf cafe is excellent. My favorite meal is the dinner buffet at Storytellers, though. Can't beat Chef Bill's corn chowder (OMG!) or the hand-scooped haagen dazs ice cream station (that no one really knows about).
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    Now I want ice cream.
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    pacific wharf & taste piolets is ok. I like the chicken sandwhich there...DL food is DL food...it's not the best you can get, but it's pretty good...

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    The Mexican restruant



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    DIsney's Grand Calif, White water snacks Breakfast Burrito , Wine country Tratoria

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    i totally agree about White Water Snacks at the Grand Californian, i also like Ariel's Grotto, but there really arent that good of restaurants there and they need more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malin
    So where is the best place in DCA to eat?

    As I only remember eating one meal at this park in the past and that chilli and cheese hot dog from Hollywood Weaners was how do I put it crap.
    There is no good place to eat in DCA.

    If you find yourself in DCA and feel the urge to eat - head towards the exit and head towards DL and you will be fine.

    Granted we have not eaten at Napa or whatever that one fancy place is called. People say that is good but it is just not on our list of things to do.

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    Thanks I will give some of these places a try for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCUBAbe
    pacific wharf & taste piolets is ok. I like the chicken sandwhich there...DL food is DL food...it's not the best you can get, but it's pretty good...

    Unfortunately that wasn't true back in the day. Before they had awesome places to eat like Big Thunder BBQ, Tehitian Terrace, etc.

    My current favorite is the clam chowder.

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