Question--is there a lunch spot at WDW that is open and airy, quiet, has a nice view, is nearly kid free, has great lunch- only type food, where the service is excellent, and you can get wine and beer?? The answer of course is yes. The Sand Trap. As I've mentioned seveal times before, we were led to the Trap by a server at V&A's. A golfer himself, he often had lunch there and noted that it was known around the WDW "inside world" as great place for qiuet lunch. So we tried it that first time and have been going back ever since. The Sand Trap is located at the Osprey Ridge/Eagle Pines Golf Course, which itself isn't too far from Old Key West and Dixie Landings. As I noted, it's a light, open and airy spot, with a fine view of the course from the window area at the rear of the restaurant. The tables are well spaced and there is a nice size bar in the front of the restaurant. The menu is strictly lunch--no real chance of ordering that big meal that you really didn't want at lunch, but ordered anyway because it sounded good. The menu here is mainly specialty sandwiches, burgers and salads and they are big and they are good!! There are daily soup and sandwich specials and as I said, beer and wine are available. In fact, at "beer challanged" WDW, the beer selection is pretty good, with Newcastle and Sierra Navada being among the offerings. This day Mrs U and I boh opted for a salad. For her, the Ceasar, with added blackened chicken. For me--the Cobb, with added Grilled chicken. The Ceasar was a pretty straight forward Ceasar, a large portion, and according to Mrs U, "perfect". My Cobb was a huge portion--would easily be enough for two light eaters to share, and even the powerful and stalwart Uncleromulus had trouble finishing the entire thing. This Cobb is a variation of the one at the Brown Derby. The ingredients are all laid out on top of the lettuce in a large bowl, and you get to mix everything yourself. And the lettuce is more shredded than chopped, as in the Derby offering. Plus--you get a choice of dressing to put on (including Blue Cheese which I don't recommend as there are already lots of blue cheese crumbles in the salad). All this went just fine with the wine Mrs. U ordered, and the several Sierra Nevadas I had. Our server was Veronica and she did a great job. Also at the bar that day was Mike (Orlando Mike on the Disboards) and it was nice to see him again. Manager Carlene also stopped at our table to say hello and inqiuire as to how things were going. And the answer to that, as you may have guessed was "Just fine!!" So--have a look at the menu and make plans to have lunch at the Sand Trap next time you are at WDW. And if you go, and if you see Mike, Veronica, or Carlene , be sure to say hello and tell them Uncleromulus sent you!!