Favorite Dining Near but not on-site?

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  1. Firepath

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    We are staying offsite this trip, just DH & I. We've been to WDW numerous times and eaten just about everywhere on-site. We do have a couple of on-site favorites booked. We will have a kitchen but don't want to cook everything. We are kind of getting tired of the park/resort options and hoping to save some money too. We are looking for suggestions that are fairly near the Disney area, easy to find, good, and reasonably priced.
     
  2. kaytieeldr

    kaytieeldr Post hoc, ergo propter hoc

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    Care Tu Tu Tango
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    Ask on the Central Florida forum.
     
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  4. Darcy03231

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    DH and I both like Cracker Barrel for breakfast.
     
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  5. Firepath

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    Thank you. Where would I find the Central FL forum?
     
  6. Macprincess

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    Some of our favorites are Chuy's, Miller's Ale House, Maggiano's, Joe's Crab Shack and it's closer to Universal but we really like Bubbalou's Bodacious BBQ. We also like Tu TU Tango.
     
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    Bahama Breeze's. Love it there and they often have a steel drum band playing on the patio. It can get quite busy on weekends but I think you can call ahead!
     
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    Earl of Sandwich at Disney Springs - we never miss eating there. Don't let the long lines scare you because they move fast. LongHorn Steakhouse is always great no matter where they are located.
     
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  9. starvenger

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    I like Ichiban buffet, but the kids need to have Chinese food and this place, despite being Chinese-American food, seems to hit the spot for them. (The other option would’ve been to use the “find a Chinese restaurant and talk to the staff in Chinese” method, but that does require that one can converse in Chinese to do that.)

    I wanted to try Morimoto (I’m an Iron Chef fan) but we never got around to booking.

    If you’ve got a car (important), and patience for I-4 traffic (even more important), I’d recommend Lac Viet in North Orlando. Honestly some of the best Vietnamese food we’ve had in Florida.
     
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  11. Gr8t Fan

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    We love Teak Neighborhood Grill. It's closer to Universal but worth the drive. www.teakorlando.com
     
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    Bahama Breeze on International Drive
     
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    Flipper’s pizza
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