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Old 03-21-2013, 09:45 AM   #16
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Love the Pepper Market for CS, especially if on the DDP
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:58 AM   #17
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We loved Port Orleans Riverside Food Court during our stay. We have stayed mostly at Poly and love CC for delicious foods specific to that resort. However, the large variety of foods at POR can't be beat.
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:04 AM   #18
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I actually enjoy the Flatbread pizzas and sandwiches at The BC Marketplace. Also Hurricane Hannah's at SAB was just renovated and the new menu looks great.
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:05 AM   #19
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how could I forget... Wolfgang Puck Express at DTD is fantastic and like no other CS around
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:18 AM   #20
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The Coronado Springs Resort has the best food court... though I have not tried them all.
I agree.
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Old 03-21-2013, 04:00 PM   #21
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What an interesting topic. I think the opinions will vary as much as for which resort is best...

Our favorite resort QS is Roaring Fork at WL as long as crowds are low, but it isn't really a food court. We ate at the POP food court last trip and loved it. Next time we have to try POR though too. While it isn't a food court at all, we also really enjoyed Wolfgang Puck Express at DTD.

CSR and Captain Cook's didn't do it for us, but your experience may vary. Enjoy!
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Old 03-21-2013, 05:49 PM   #22
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Here are some of my family's favorite CS locations.
Mara @ AKL
Captn Cook's @ Poly
POR/POFQ
Wolfgang Puck and Earl of Sandwich @ DTD

A link of resort dining options. http://land.allears.net/reviewpost/showcat.php?cat=38
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Old 03-21-2013, 05:59 PM   #23
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All Star Music and Pop!
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Old 03-21-2013, 06:05 PM   #24
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POR's food court is awesome! There are many choices to choose from and there's always plenty of tables available. Capt'n Cooks offers Tonga Toast for breakfast and Dole Whips all day long so that would be my second choice. They have limited food choices and not a lot of seats, but they do have computerized ordering which is nice. Mara at AKL is very large with a nice selection of food. Plus they sell Zebra Domes!

I was not impressed with the CS at Coronado Springs (good food but very confusing layout, plus you have to pay gratuities) or Wilderness Lodge. The Martketplace at BC is very small, but their sandwiches are tasty and they have a nice baked goods selection.
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Old 03-21-2013, 06:07 PM   #25
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IMO, the deluxe resorts have the worst QS options. Boardwalk is the worst.

POR is our favorite resort QS. We have also eaten at Poly, Contemporary and POFQ QS. We didn't care for Poly or POFQ, and CR was tolerable.
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The complaints about the gratuities at CSR always gets me. The server brings drinks and flatware to the table. Am I one of the only people who don't mind tipping people for their service? The staff at The Pepper Market are always pleasant and very helpful.
Then the layout is confusing? There are huge signs over each section that are easily read. Go to whichever section has food you want and order it. A ticket is then stamped at each area when people get their food. After the meal, the ticket is then brought to the cashier and the bill is paid. What's difficult? My daughter was 9 years old the first time we went to CSR and she had no problem understanding the concept.

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Old 03-21-2013, 06:51 PM   #27
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The complaints about the gratuities at CSR always gets me. The server brings drinks and flatware to the table. Am I one of the only people who don't mind tipping people for their service? The staff at The Pepper Market are always pleasant and very helpful.
Then the layout is confusing? There are huge signs over each section that are easily read. Go to whichever section has food you want and order it. A ticket is then stamped at each area when people get their food. After the meal, the ticket is then brought to the cashier and the bill is paid. What's difficult? My daughter was 9 years old the first time we went to CSR and she had no problem understanding the concept.
I was not complaining about having to pay a gratuity, simply stating a fact. It is the only CS that I know of in which you must pay at tip.

I'm not going to respond to your other statement...but thanks for turning this discussion of people's opinions to a personal attack.
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I was not complaining about having to pay a gratuity, simply stating a fact. It is the only CS that I know of in which you must pay at tip.

I'm not going to respond to your other statement...but thanks for turning this discussion of people's opinions to a personal attack.
It was not a personal attack. I simply stated that the complaints of these things get to me. My mistake was in quoting your post. Sorry, I should have just posted my thoughts w/out the quote.

I realize that the other food courts do not require tips but then there are no servers.
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We liked Pop better than Coronado.
We liked Coronado better so much in fact that we chose NOT to stay at Pop because none of us liked it and we are not picky eaters...Although I like French Quarters better than Coronado.
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Roaring Forks at WL and Contempo Cafe at CR has some good selections.
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