Does Pleasure Island have food?

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  1. Kitten516

    Kitten516 Mouseketeer

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    We want to spend our first night for our anniversary at PI and DQ. I know DQ has some food, but we should be more hungry while we are in PI. Do any of the "clubs" have or serve food? IF so what kind?
     
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  3. TWEEDLEDEE2

    TWEEDLEDEE2 Earning My Ears

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    if i recall correctly the wild horse saloon has food. i want to say like burgers and stuff. i thought there was a cajun type of place there and the steam boat has a resteraunt. don't quote me though it has been a while since i have been there..
     
  4. lovespugs

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    Didn't the Wild Horse Saloon close? I thoight I remembered hearing that.

    Anyway, not sure about food at PI, but DQ food is quite good for counter service. It is run by Cheesecake Factory (Yum!) and we had a pretty good meal last time we ate there.
     
  5. starshine73

    starshine73 All I really want is to be at WDW

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    I would check Deb's site for menus. http://www.wdwig.com I know there is a diner type place that serves burgers and such. I also remember getting a really good gyros sandwich from a cart at the end of the night one time.
     
  6. wdw_dine_junkie

    wdw_dine_junkie DIS Veteran

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    Yes, the Wildhorse Saloon has been replaced by a club called Motion.

    Good question on the food though. I seem to remember a placed that has sausages and such..
     
  7. PennConn

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    And don't forget The Missing Link Sausage Company on PI .... they have great Chili Dogs!
     
  8. Princess49

    Princess49 <font color=CC3333>It's a great big beautiful tomo

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    There's the little sausage shop on PI with hot dogs, ice creams & sausages. But if you really want a meal why not just go to a restaurant rite outside PI in DTD? Our favorite is Portabello Yacht club! Theres so many places to eat right outside!
     
  9. Margie J

    Margie J <font color=navy>Please <font color=red>DON'T <fon

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    Besides the hot dog place you can get slices of pizza at a cart (outside the Jazz Co last time I was there). Don't forget D-Zerts for cakes, brownies, cookies and fudge.

    Wandering out to either the Marketplace or West Side will offer more variety.
     
  10. Kitten516

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    Thak you All for your quick replies. I know DQ has food. The last time I actually ate there it made me quite ill, and as a first night, I was hoping to stay away from it. Plus over the next few days we will be doing quite a bit of walking, so I was hoping we could just pick up something in PI, instead of going all around DTD. I think DH will go for a chili dog without a problem. Thank you all.
     
  11. tinagirl

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    Just wanted to add that the BET soundstage has finger foods. (I've heard really good things about the Conch Meat Fritters and jerk chicken wings.)

    Toodles
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  12. DeeP

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    They serve bar type foods at the Jazz Club.
     
  13. GoofysPrincess

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    There is a lot of great food NEAR PI -- are you not interested in other Downtown Disney dining?

    And, I believe the Jazz Club has quit serving food. Too bad if it's true as they had some good stuff...
     
  14. Kitten516

    Kitten516 Mouseketeer

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    We are not really interested in dining around DTD. Just PI. I was hoping to be able to sit in one of the clubs that everyone has been raving about and catch a bite to eat. Oh well if it is not possible then oh well.
     

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