Dining Alone Outside of Parks

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Ginamarie, Jan 14, 2013.

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Where to eat alone for an out of the parks late breakfast/early lunch?

  1. Kona Cafe

  2. Whispering Canyon

  3. Grand Floridian Cafe

  4. Beaches and Cream

  5. Boma Breakfast

  6. Old Port Royal (at my resort)

  7. Wolfgang Puck Express

  8. Portobello (downtown disney)

  9. Just wing it with counter service!

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  1. Ginamarie

    Ginamarie DIS Veteran

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    Hi everyone, I'm looking for a little guidance for a dining issue that I don't often have. DSis and I are taking a girls' trip to WDW in a couple of weeks. On our last day, she has an early flight back to NY, but I won't be leaving until the evening. This means I have time for a late breakfast or early lunch on my own. I do not have a park ticket for the day, but there are so many options outside of the parks, and I haven't had the opportunities to try lunches at them (only dinners at some). I'm also wondering which ones might be good for dining alone. What do you think?
     
  2. BoardWalkBelle

    BoardWalkBelle DIS Veteran

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    you could go to downtown disney.. There are many options, i have dined alone at quick service and full service restaurants at dtd. DTD has Earl of Sandwich, Rainforest Cafe, T rex cafe, wolfgang puck, etc.
     
  3. Simba's Mom

    Simba's Mom <font color=green>everything went to "H*** in a ha

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    I voted for the Grand Floridian Cae, but really, you could eat at any place you chose. However, I enjoy the food at the GFC and I know it's not the sort of place DH would feel comfortble at (it's a little too fur-fru for him, probably not for most men, but for him-think Tim the Tool Man Taylor or Last Man Standing). So I know that solo is the only way I'll ever get to eat there.
     
  4. Ginamarie

    Ginamarie DIS Veteran

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    This is a good point! DH will usually go along with whatever I plan. Maybe I should ask him where he's NOT interested in going on our next trip!
     

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