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Old 07-25-2013, 10:39 AM   #781
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Anyone know if the Louie's prices are still the same? The pic on the sticky shows $3.89 for a slice of cheese pizza (which seems really low for a theme park) and over in Springfield the cheese pizza is $6.99.
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Do you , by any chance, happen to remember if there's dairy in it or cross contamination with any nuts?

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Butterbeer is tree nut and peanut safe. We were there in April, and our youngest daughter is severely allergic to both. Don't know about dairy.

In general, we found that the restaurants in the parks were easy for finding nut-free foods. City Walk was a different matter. Both Pastamore and Hard Rock Cafe couldn't guarantee anything our daughter wanted to eat - chicken fingers were out, pizza was out, the entire kids buffet at Pastamore was out. The best they could do was grill some plain, unseasoned chicken strips for her. I have no idea if they're separately owned/managed/supplied, but I would definitely check ahead of time before going to any City Walk restaurant.
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Old 07-25-2013, 02:48 PM   #783
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Sorry, we weren't concerned about those and don't know. I defer to the other poster.
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we had a thread w/question like the op's here last year.


i can't find that older thread but do remember the poster called guest services for more details regarding their children's food allergies to dine in the parks.

GS gave her the phone number to reach an employee?chef? which turned out to be helpful.

i can't find that older thread to get the number that can be called for dietary help.

which is why i suggested for the op to call guest services.
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Anyone know if the Louie's prices are still the same? The pic on the sticky shows $3.89 for a slice of cheese pizza (which seems really low for a theme park) and over in Springfield the cheese pizza is $6.99.
The photo is two years old, so it is most likely a bit more expensive by now. I read somewhere else that they are about $5.50/slice.
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The photo is two years old, so it is most likely a bit more expensive by now. I read somewhere else that they are about $5.50/slice.
Still quite a bargain compared to the Simpsons area. Thanks!
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Still quite a bargain compared to the Simpsons area. Thanks!
Yeah...I was surprised at the cost of my meal on Sunday...even with AP discount. It was $12.44 for a Crusty burger, fries and drink. The burger was very good but I hated the cheese sauce they put on it instead of real cheese.
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The butterbeer drink does contain a milk derivative(Sodium Caseinate -- same as in dole whips) The bartender at Hogs Head told me that the dairy is not in the topping but is in the actual liquid of the drink.
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Yeah...I was surprised at the cost of my meal on Sunday...even with AP discount. It was $12.44 for a Crusty burger, fries and drink. The burger was very good but I hated the cheese sauce they put on it instead of real cheese.

WOW. That's INSANE. Now I'm rethinking getting my daughter the meal deal one or two of our days there.
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WOW. That's INSANE. Now I'm rethinking getting my daughter the meal deal one or two of our days there.
None of the Springfield Fast Food Boulevard places are on the meal deal. The most boring and typical theme park places are.
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WOW. That's INSANE. Now I'm rethinking getting my daughter the meal deal one or two of our days there.
I would skip the meal deal and just eat where you want. Most of the portions are large enough to share and sharing is not permitted with the meal deal. Plus there are much better restaurants not associated like Thunder Falls Terrace at IOA.
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If you had to choose one nice upscale dinner on Universal Property, what would it be?
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Emeril's at CityWalk.
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Old 07-27-2013, 04:51 AM   #795
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Can we go to emeril's just for the banana pie?
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