Well, I hope so.....because I have been loving all of the dining reports and want to give back to my fellow DISers who enjoy living (eating, drooling) vicariously through others. So here goes..... We will be in Orlando for 12 nights. Oh yeah, that's nearly 2 weeks! Our first four nights will be spent at Portofino Bay hotel at Universal Studios (gasp! the horror!) but I will happily do a dining report there as well if anyone is interested. Our US/IOA plans include: Breakfast at The Three Broomsticks which is part of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. This meal is included in our package, but I'll take pictures and post $$$ if possible. Dinner one night will be at The Kitchen at the Hard Rock Hotel. I chose it because the menu was varied and there is some kind of magic show for the kids on Friday evenings. My son loves magic, so I am hoping he enjoys it! Dinner our last night at US/IOA at The Island Dining Room which I chose because it's a character meal and a co-worker of mine said that the food is really good. Ok, I'll give it a shot! I'm sure the rest of our meals will be quick service type places but maybe I can grab lunch at Margartaville one afternoon. Now onto the Deluxe Dining Plan at WDW! We will be staying at the Polynesian. Originally we were booked in a garden concierge room, but after really thinking about the way we tour the parks, I knew that a regular old garden view room would suit us just fine, thank you very much, so I downgraded the room and added the DXDP! Our first day in Disney will be at none other than the MK! We will have a QS lunch either at the Diamond Horseshoe Saloon, Cosmic Rays or Pecos Bills. We're going to let our mood and hunger level choose for us. Dinner the first night will be at Kona Cafe which we love so very much! Cannot wait for some kilueah torte. Day 2 takes us to Hollywood Studios where we'll ransack Starring Rolls for breakfast and grab a salad or pulled pork sammie at Catalina Eddie's or Rosie's. Let's face it - the food at HS is lacking, and we'll be back there another day, so we're focusing on the touring and not the eating this day. Dinner on day 2 is at Yak & Yeti and I am thrilled to be spending evening EMH's at AK! Day 3 is the day my mom and dad are joining us. We're going to hang out at the resort and wait for them to arrive, so we'll have breakfast at Captain Cook's. Can you get Dole Whip for breakfast? Well, it is made of pineapple, so I'm going to say YES! We will probably also have lunch at CC's when my folks arrive or we'll just skip breakfast and have an early lunch with them. They're due to get to MCO at 8am, so I think we'll see them by 9:30 - yeah, breakfast may be doable.... We're all going to Epcot in the afternoon and our dinner will be at Rose and Crown because I really want some fish and chips and a guiness! OK, maybe I'll pass on the guiness, but not the fish and chips! Day 3 is a MK day and we're starting it bright and early at Crystal Palace - our ressie is before the park opens. I can't wait for the photos on Main Street with nary a soul around. We're only going to stay in MK to do Fantasyland with the kiddies and maybe take a ride on Splash Mount. Then we're going to hit Downtown Disney for some shopping. Dinner tonight is a signature meal at Narcoosee's and I can't wait. I love this place and the view of the lagoon and MK is breathtaking! I'll be back in another post with the next few Disney Days. Thank you for taking the time to read the pre-trippie dining report. Hope to hear some feedback!