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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pirate Wench
    Main Street: Sticky bun, fruit cup and a Mocha for breakfast
    Blue Bayou: Monte Cristo for Lunch
    Main Street: 2 corn dogs w/mustard for Dinner
    Main Street: Caramel sundae for desert when everyone else is leaving the park.

    What a fantastic day.
    I would have such a stomach ache!! You are a brave soul.
    i caught you a delicious bass.

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    Let's not forget the Jalapeno/Cheese stuffed pretzels!!!! Gotta have one on my way out of the park, that is if I have any room left!
    Mom, remember, it's not what a person is like on the outside that counts,
    it's what they are like in their HEART!


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    The Disney magazine has an article with the Park's recipes. The Monte Cristo was in it last year. Still not as good as when you get to have it at BB. It's missing something...

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    What about the mint chocolates at the end of your meal at BB. Delicious!
    I also love the honey popcorn in Critter Country. Finally, I have to agree that the BB crab cakes are awesome.

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    There's so much great food at DL, but I have to say that the Prime Rib at the BB is the absolute best. While it is a bit expensive, you won't be hungry for a while, so it all evens out at the end of the day. Of course, the Fried Chicken dinner at Plaza Inn is pretty darned good, as well.

    No more Monte Cristo's for me. Last weekend I ate one and four hours later it was still in the pit of my stomach, just sitting there.....ugh. I think they've gotten a bit too greasy, or I'm getting older and can't take it anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkutz
    What is the best food in the park? Maybe best overall, and best for price. Any hidden Gems?

    I love the corndogs on main street.
    Yes they are so big I love them as well...

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    I'm rather partial to eating outside of the park.
    Last edited by fearsnda; 02-17-2005 at 10:30 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustMe
    There's so much great food at DL, but I have to say that the Prime Rib at the BB is the absolute best.
    I think The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland was correct when they described the DL Cuisine as "barely palatable at best".

    For me, it's never where I want to eat at the Park but where I will tolerate eating. Park food is something to be endured... nay, something to be survived.

    That being said we usually end up at the Stage Door or the Plaza Inn.
    Last edited by fearsnda; 02-18-2005 at 07:29 PM.
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    I miss the Tahitian Terrace I remember when it was sponsored by Kikoman and the terriaki steak was excellent. My daughters have fond memories of when it was Aladins Oasis the kebobs were mediocore but the chocolate lantren filled with raspberry mouse and topped with raspberries was to die for. They need a restraunt there again with the Tahitian dancers and flame eaters...and fire jumpers what a wonderful extended theme of the Tiki Room.

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    Whenever it's just me and a date, it's picnic lunch all the way. Nothing like snacking down on your favorite stuff. But if I absolutely HAVE to eat in the park, nothing (and I mean nothing) but the Bayou will do for me.
    "The old man's gonna knock on the sky. Listen to the sound."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ortizmo2000
    Whenever it's just me and a date, it's picnic lunch all the way. Nothing like snacking down on your favorite stuff. But if I absolutely HAVE to eat in the park, nothing (and I mean nothing) but the Bayou will do for me.
    Awww, picnic with a date...thats a really good idea!
    "And don't underestimate the importance of BODY LANGUAGE!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiTtLeMeRmAiD
    Awww, picnic with a date...thats a really good idea!
    Tom Sawyer's Island behind the Fort is a particularly romantic place for a picnic lunch. I have had several there myself. :o
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    The Monte Cristos are sooo good...But at the same time they are sooo bad for you...definitely sinful, but worth every bite.

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    I Really miss Big Thunder BBQ. It was a great meal at a good price.

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    Corn Chowder at Storyteller's Cafe. I also like the Santa Maria Ribs there. I USED to thoroughly enjoy the chicken at Rancho...

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