Take out meals at the Fort

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  1. sshane

    sshane Earning My Ears

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    Hello! I am new to this site, but have been reading posts on here for a while. The information here is amazing. I do have a quick question. We are leaving for our first trip to the Fort (and Disney!) on Friday and I am trying to plan ahead for meals. Are there any restaurants at the Fort that have take-out? (Meaning pizza, burgers, fries........nothing fancy, just something for a quick meal in case I'm too tired to cook some nights.) Thanks for any answers and thanks for all of the other great info I've read on this site so far!
     
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  3. Teresa Pitman

    Teresa Pitman Disney Grandma

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    Yes, you can get take-out at Trail's End.

    Teresa
     
  4. We4mickey

    We4mickey Cast Member

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    Take out is very limited. Pizza, chicken, nachos, wings, no burgers.
     
  5. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure!

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    "Trail's to Go"
    available from 4:30 P.M. -10:00 P.M. daily
    No Delivery

    Freshly baked thin crust pizza

    16" Thin Crust Cheese Pizza $13.99
    16" Thin Crust Cheese Pepperoni Pizza $14.99
    $1 for each additional topping
    Pepperoni, Onions, Sausage, Black Olives, Fresh Mushrooms, Green Bell Peppers, Extra Cheese

    The Lone Rider $6.99
    Two pieces of our famous fried chicken, fries, cole slaw, and a biscuit
    White Meat Only $8.99

    Giddyup and Go $19.99
    10 pieces of chicken, fries, cole slaw and biscuits for 4
    White Meat only $24.99

    Buffalo Chicken Strips $7.49
    Served with blue cheese and Celery Sticks

    Nacho Chips $7.99
    Beef Chili, Cheddar Cheese, Salsa

    Mixed Greens $2.59

    Fort Wilderness Specialty Drinks (Non-Alcoholic) $3.99
    Smoothies, Milk Shakes, Pina Colada, Frozen Cappuccino, Coconut, Mango, Raspberry, Strawberry, Banana, Chocolate, Vanilla
     
  6. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure!

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    Welcome to the Dis.
     
  7. sshane

    sshane Earning My Ears

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    Thanks!
     
  8. Just Beachy

    Just Beachy <font color=blue>When I do indulge I love a pina c

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    Welcome, Sshane!!!:cheer2:
     
  9. Born 2 Fish

    Born 2 Fish I'D RATHER BE FISHING.

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    Welcome to the camping boards !

    We're always happy to have fresh meat,, uuhh,, MEMBERS,,fresh members !
    Just kidding,,with a name like mine, you cant take me too serious.
    We do enjoy fun around here.
    Anyways,,WELCOME !
     
  10. BradyBz12

    BradyBz12 1340.63 miles too far from the Fort

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    Except when it comes to FISHING! :cool1:

    Welcome!!
     
  11. DaveInTN

    DaveInTN I'm Not The Castle Guy

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    We also enjoy hopping over to the Wilderness Lodge via either boat or bikes for a quick, casual meal at Roaring Forks (counter service). They have pretty good, and fairly reasonable burgers, sandwiches, salads, chicken fingers, etc...
     
  12. LONE-STAR

    LONE-STAR <font color=green>1000 miles to far from Disney<br

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    Quick tip on the food. The nachos are not much better then what you would get at the movies its liquid cheese:scared: If you get the pizza have them bring you some fresh graded parmasean cheese to put on top. You can not get any extra toppings so that is as close as it gets to extra cheese. The fried chicken is always good and the boneless buffalo wings aren't bad. Hope this helps. Also the Contempo Cafe is pretty good over at CR.
     
  13. LarryJ

    LarryJ Dedicated FW 1600 "Looper"

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    We always plan one night on the way back from a park to get the Giddyup and Go and with just the two of us we have lunches for a day or too from the left overs.

    Their take out pizza used to be good years ago and we would even get it uncooked take it back to the trailer and cook it later in the evening. However, based on some of the comments over the last couple of years the pizza has taken a serious quality hit or my standards are just not in line with everyone else's. Of course a third and more likely possibility is that the last time we had take out pizza we were too hungry to care and would have eaten ole tennis shoes and thought they were good. :rotfl:

    Larry
     
  14. 69RoadRunner

    69RoadRunner Mouseketeer

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    Give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he'll spend all day next to a body of water drinking beer.
     
  15. BradyBz12

    BradyBz12 1340.63 miles too far from the Fort

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    Had the pizza once a couple of weeks ago - it was ok, a bit undercooked, but tasty. Certainly not the best pizza I've ever had, but like you said, when you're hungry... ;)

    I think it was actually better warmed over the next a.m. when DH put a fried egg on it. Yummmm!
     
  16. clkelley

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    I had lunch at the Contempo Cafe during my last trip. Excellent!!!!!
     
  17. sshane

    sshane Earning My Ears

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    Thanks again, everyone, for such great information. We are getting excited........I just hope we all survive the drive!
     
  18. jimlin

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    Our previous stay at the fort we did do the white meat chicken takeout with the fries and biscuits. Very good and enough for the next day.


    Jim
     
  19. auntie

    auntie <font color=darkorchid>It's a really lovely way to

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    Unfortunately the selections at the Fort itself are pretty limited. You can go to the Wilderness Lodge for a burger. We found ourselves going to the food courts at the moderate resorts for quick bites. The Caribbean Beach Resort food court is a favorite of ours..along with the one at the Port Orleans Riverside. Our last trip we also had a nice lunch..at Olivia's (at the Key West resort) it wasn't self serve..but was quick and had a good menu.
     
  20. FlaFortCampster

    FlaFortCampster DIS Veteran

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    Not sure what you have for cooking facilities, but both the Meadows Trading Post and Settlement have frozen items, like pizza and microwave meals. There also fresh fruit, yogurt, milk, beeerrrr, and various other goodies. It would be easy to through a meal together via a microwave.
    Just a thought.
     

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