Ok...this is my first trip report, and I thought I'd start with a dining review since it seems like that'd be a little simpler. Maybe if things go well and I don't get the GONG!!!! from you DISers I'll do a full trip report, too. Unfortunately, I don't have pictures - I don't YET have the guts to snap a picture of everything we eat, but, let's see how this goes. First, I'll set up our family's cast of characters: ME(31) software engineer from Cincinnati, OH. I went to Disney World at age 3, (about) 7, and 14 with my family. My dad is a catholic high school teacher and my mom was a SAHM, so we didn't have much money, but we did go on a vacation every year. The times we went to Disney World were among my best memories growing up. So, I guess you could say there's a special place in my heart for Disney World. I'm also an unabashed foodie. There aren't many things I don't like to eat...except maybe tuna casserole. I like a good single malt Scotch and I'm a very amateur wine drinker. I love seafood, especially crab, and generally I'm very adventurous when it comes to food. DW(31) Stay at home mom and CEO of our house. She keeps the family running smoothly. She went to Disney World several times as a kid, and is definitely an amusement park lover, too. Her family went to Florida a lot and they stopped at Disney several times. DW is less adventursome food-wise than me, but also definitely appreciates good quality. I'm STILL trying to get her to try and appreciate good fish. She had bad experiences with fish sticks as a kid and although she's been telling me she's going to try it some day (ever since our honeymoon almost 7 years ago!), it's still a work in progress. DW loves a good steak, and usually a good pork chop (especially topped with blue cheese ), but she's pregnant, so as you probably know, that all goes out the window. USUALLY I know her tastes pretty well, and know what she's likely to enjoy when we go out, but all that goes out the window when she's pregnant. DD(4) My daughter is what you might call a precocious 4 year old. She loves mac and cheese, plain pasta, and cheeseburgers - typical kids food. Usually she's pretty good at trying new things. She was very good at all our sit down meals this trip, which gives me hope that we WILL have a relaxing meal in a restaurant with kids sometime in the not so distant future. DS(2) My son is a typical 2 (almost 3) year old boy. He'll talk about being hungry from the moment you walk in the door to the restaurant. Then, when the food comes, he'll take 2 bites and announce he's finished and want to run around. He actually did pretty well this trip. He'll usually eat just about anything, and is turning into a fish lover like his dad. This past fall, we decided we loved Disney so much that we might as well join the vacation club. So, we bought in and are now proud owners at Saratoga Springs! DW's parents were renting a condo at Siesta Key and invited us to stay with them, so we figured that'd be a great opportunity to sneak in a short trip to the world first! We stayed 5 nights at the Boardwalk Villas in a 1 bedroom villa from 6/15 - 6/20. I have to say...the villas are GREAT! What a difference it makes. It was so nice to have the kids stay in a separate room. But......I digress. On to the food!!!