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Old 05-20-2013, 07:47 AM   #16
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got the biggest laugh out of this!!! At least I'm not heading down there in July or August!!!!
At least you thought it was funny
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:34 AM   #17
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They have sweet tea at Trail's End too. Not sure if it's "real" or not since I'm not a southerner, but I thought it tasted great!
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Old 05-20-2013, 01:43 PM   #18
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They have sweet tea at Trail's End too. Not sure if it's "real" or not since I'm not a southerner, but I thought it tasted great!
Real sweet tea is tea where the sugar is added either while it brews or as it's still hot so that you can create a super-saturated solution (yay chemistry class!) with the sugar. You can tell it's real when, as you drink it, your teeth begin to rot just from knowing it's coming. I had to ween myself off sweet tea and now I'm one of those weird southern people who is used to ordering my tea "unsweet." So when I visit friends up north, I get odd looks from waitstaff wanting to know what I'm talking about. Because tea up there is all unsweet so it's just "tea."
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:18 PM   #19
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Don't forget about WDW Dining Search tool

OK, I know, I know...the OP wanted to know where in the "parks" to find wings and sweet tea.

Looks like only place for wings in the parks is Sci-Fi:

This doesn't add much to the answer, but I see a lot of people asking where to find >______<.

Just a reminder that you can use the WDW Dining to search for an item as well as a restaurant. Once you have the list of restaurants, you can then find the menu and read the descriptions.

A search of "wings" from WDW Dining returns:
1. AMC Theater-DTD
2. Cabana Bar-Dolphin
3. Cookes of Dublin-DTD
4. Crockett's Tavern-FW
5. House of Blues-DTD
6. ESPN- BW
7. ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill-WWoS Complex
8. Garden Grove-Swan
9. Gurgling Suitcase-OKW
10. Kona-Poly
11. MacGuffin's-DTD
12. Ohana-Poly
13. Picabo-Dolphin
14. Planet Hollywood-DTD
15. Raglan Road-DTD
16. Rainforest-DTD
17. Sci-Fi-HS
18. Shutters-CBR
19. Siestas Cantina-CSR
20. Tambu Lounge-Poly
21. T-Rex- DTD
22. Yak and Yeti-AK
23. Territory Lounge-WL

A search of "sweet tea" returned no entries. (not to say no one has it. They just don't list it as "sweet tea")
A search of "tea" returned a long list.

You can combine terms (e.g. I like wings and bread pudding: A search of those 2 items returned
1. House of Blues
2. Ohana
3. Raglan Road)
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:34 PM   #20
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He/she was making a play on the fact that sweet was misspelt. Sweat tea would be quite unpleasant I would imagine.
Just Got it, sweet ya (sweat)
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