What is the ONE restaurant you MUST eat at on each trip?

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  1. jessicar82

    jessicar82 Earning My Ears

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    We love Kona Cafe for breakfast and Earl of Sandwich for lunch/dinner!
     
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  3. jwfla422

    jwfla422 DIS Veteran/Philly Native

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    It's The Wave for us.:thumbsup2

    ALWAYS, ALWAYS for breakfast and then again the same trip for either lunch or dinner. Just can't stay away.;)
     
  4. kimmy8796

    kimmy8796 Earning My Ears

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    Liberty Tree Tavern, Chef Mickeys breakfast, Ohana breakfast, Castle breakfast & 1900 Park Fare dinner!!! Sorry.. those are MUSTS for us!
    :mickeyjum
     
  5. Brook1099

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    Sorry cheating

    Me: Ragland Road ( gers bread pudding)
    DH: Le Cellier he may change to ESPN he is hooked on their wings
    DD: Trex for Mushroom Ravioli
    DS: Tusker House breakfast mickey waffles and tater tots....he could eat every day if we let him.
     
  6. Sweettears

    Sweettears 50 years of Disney and counting

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    Cape May for breakfast. Have to catch up on things with Donald and Goofy.

    San Angel

    Yachtsman's for steak
     
  7. Couchy

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    Via Napoli
    CA Grill

    Bluezoo - if we have time
     
  8. Steamboat Minnie

    Steamboat Minnie Earning My Ears

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    Kimono's on the Boardwalk. FANTASTIC sushi!

    OR Le Cellier's
     
  9. cheshirecatattack

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    Ohana for breakfast. Always the first morning of our trip.
     
  10. dismebro

    dismebro Earning My Ears

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    Wolfgang Puck Express, no trip is complete without it.
     
  11. bennifer

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    Le Cellier always and I think Ohana is now on this list!
     
  12. stink

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    When I am with the extended family we always have to go to T-Rex.

    Dinos for the kiddos, Cotton tinis for me. Food & service has always been excellent.

    Ohanas, Whispering Canyon, and Artist Point usually make an appearance on our list, when travelling with the family.
     
  13. kelticknott

    kelticknott Earning My Ears

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    It's the Brown Derby for us!!!:cool1:
     
  14. jude&jonah

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    California Grill!!! but it's closed this time so I'm going with my second fave- Jiko
     
  15. kungaloosh22

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    1. Artist Point (love the food and atmosphere)
    2. Sci-Fi Dine In (for the fun)
    3. La Cava (uh, for the chips...)

    I would add Victoria and Alberts, but I can't quite justify the cost every trip.

    My husband would add Kona for breakfast.

    I'm also tempted to add bluezoo, but I'm not going there on my next trip as it's a short trip and bluezoo is a bit out of the way. So I guess it doesn't quite qualify as a "must."

    Hopefully BOG will be added to the list - we'll see in May!
     
  16. Sweettears

    Sweettears 50 years of Disney and counting

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    . :lmao:

    Aren't they the best chips you can't remember tasting?
     
  17. caa1277

    caa1277 American by birth............Grumpy by choice!

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    We have four must do's:

    1. 'Ohana for dinner (last 2 trips we've eaten there twice)
    2. Chef Mickey's for breakfast
    3. '50s Prime Time
    4. Sci-Fi
     
  18. kungaloosh22

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    Heh, yup! For some reason they always make me really happy. :scratchin

    But you're right, I can't remember tasting them. :laughing:
     
  19. Planogirl

    Planogirl I feel the nerd in me stirring

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    Boma, Kringla and Columbia Harbour House for me. That's more than one but I always want all three.
     
  20. TwoCortWort

    TwoCortWort A Buckeye Disney Princess

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    For my family it's Plaza...but we are new to checking out the restaurants and so I am sure this will change come the end of the year. :) Looking forward to trying some of your all's favorites and hope I am on the same page
     
  21. PrincessMe

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    Boma is at the head of the list.
     

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