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Old 08-26-2013, 09:13 PM   #1
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Breakfast and lunch suggestions? Helpppp

Hey guys! We're dining on the deluxe plan and trying to find some good breakfast spots.

We always do Tusker House and Crystal Palace so we get to do character pictures and start the park earlier since both are inside the park.

However, which other breakfasts do you guys recommend? I've read a lot about Kona, Ohana, Boma and Olivia's

Also, we were looking for some lunch suggestions besides via napoli and san angel inn. Trying to finalize the trip!

Any suggestions and why/recommendations would be appreciated! Thanks guys!
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Old 08-26-2013, 09:33 PM   #2
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Some of our new favorites are Biergarten and Captain's Grille.

We had a great meal and time at Biergarten when we first went in Nov. 2011. The band and dancing were fun and the food was delicious--and I didn't really imagine myself like German food!

Captain's Grill has a great breakfast buffet and a nice looking a la carte menu. When I went, I really wanted to try the French toast with the maple cinnamon butter (I really just wanted the butter). My waitress told me to eat off the buffet and then brought me an order of the French toast. It was not crowded at all and it was nice and quiet. Great way to start off the day.

I'm reading great things about The Wave at the Contemporary. I really want the breakfast--their grits sound delicious!!!! The rest of the menu doesn't necessarily appeal to me, but we may try it some time. Also, I have been reading lots of suggestions for the Grand Floridian Cafe.

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Old 08-26-2013, 11:26 PM   #3
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Some of our favorites have been Ohana for breakfast, coral reef for lunch, San Angel for lunch, 50's prime time cafe, and Sci Fi Drive In
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