I'd be glad to answer questions about the places we ate on this trip. I took pictures in some places, so if you're interested in a particular restaurant, I might have a picture of some of the food selections at that place. We were not on the dining plan, so we did not get an appetizer and/or dessert at some of our meals. The food was outstanding! Here's where we ate: --Animal Kingdom Tusker House (B, L) Tusker House is soon closing, which is a shame. It's a great counter service! Popcorn in souvenir bucket --Disney-MGM Studios ABC Commissary (B) Sci-Fi (was supposed to be dinner, but we changed our ADR to lunch) Mama Melrose's (Fantasmic Dinner package, though we ended up not going to Fantasmic) popcorn in souvenir bucket --Epcot The Garden Grill (L) Biergarten (was supposed to be dinner, but we had to change our ADR to lunch to fit in Illuminations) Akerhaus Princess Storybook Breakfast Tangierine Cafe (D) Cantina de San Angel (D) France, Italy, Mexico, Morocco--various adult beverages Japan--Kaki Goris Popcorn in souvenir bucket --Magic Kingdom Columbia Horbour House (L, D) Crystal Palace (L) Auntie Gravity's--ice cream snack (The ice cream melted faster than we could eat it). --Downtown Disney Raglan Road (L) Goofy's Candy Company--custom made chocolate dipped treats --Port Orleans Riverside Riverside Mill (B, L, D) Boatwright's (B) Muddy Rivers (adult beverages/pizza from food court) --The Polynesian Resort 'Ohana (B) Kona Cafe (L) Captain Cook's (L) --Animal Kingdom Lodge Boma --Fort Wilderness Hoop De Doo The popcorn in a souvenir bucket was a good deal. For under $4.00, we had a tasty snack. We'd share a few handfuls of popcorn in the park, and then bring the rest of the popcorn back to the room to enjoy later that evening. That was like getting two snacks for the price of one, plus now we have 3 popcorn buckets as souvenirs. We bought four refillable mugs at Port Orleans Riverside, and used them way too many times to count.