Where is your kids favorite place to eat at Disney Springs?

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  1. diznefreak

    diznefreak Mouseketeer

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    We plan to head to DS on our arrival day for dinner. Where do your kids want to eat when you go there? We are staying at POR and plan to take the boat there. Our kiddos are 13,10,8. THANKS!
     
  2. mom2rtk

    mom2rtk Bring Back MARIE!

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    That one's not even a close call for us. Earl of Sandwich all the way.
     
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  4. VAfamily1998

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    My 11 and 13 year old (boys) really enjoyed Raglan Road when we ate there last month. Especially when the show was performing.
     
  5. MamaBelle4

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    Not a close call for us, either, but it's WPE. We all absolutely adored the pizza!
     
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  6. hmcater

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    T-Rex....the food is not anything fancy, but it's good food. They love the atmosphere, it's really cool inside. We like it better than Rainforest Cafe.
     
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  7. gharter

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    We enjoyed Polite Pig, good BBQ..
    Raglan Road is lots of fun if you are there when the band and dancers are there. The food is also good.
    Have not tried T-Rex.
     
  8. Dee McGee

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    Depending on their age, T-Rex is a hit with the younger kids.
     
  9. prprincess

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    It used to be T-Rex until they tried D-Luxe Burger. So yummy!
     
  10. Disneylover99

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    Blaze Pizza, D-luxe Burger, Raglan Road
     
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  11. anniemae

    anniemae Either she is eating a delicious

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    we love wpe. it's quick and delicious.
     
  12. Jennasis

    Jennasis DIS life goes on

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    We've had great meals at Raglan Road, Morimoto Asia, Blaze Pizza, D-Lux Burger, and Earl of Sandwich.
     
  13. Monykalyn

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    Moromoto but my kids are weird and love Asian food and sushi.
    We did Trex a few years ago and did enjoy that. We've also enjoyed Raglan Road.

    We actually like to hang outside of Hangar bar (the "boat" side) and watch the entertainment and munch on the appetizers (son insists on getting pretzels just for him).
     
  14. acarsme123

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    Yeah I'd say T-rex or Rainforest Cafe....T-rex had better food in my opinion. We are doing Splittsville for our arrival day. Menu with lots of variety. I think there's something for everyone, that's why I chose it.
     
  15. ENJDisneyFan

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    When my boys were younger they enjoyed T-Rex. They also love Splitsville (bowling and sushi....is there a better combo?).
     
  16. pens4821

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    We agree with this. We've done both too, but my nephew (now 10) likes TRex more. That was one of his requests for where he wants to eat this year, as well as Chef Mickeys.
     
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  17. pooh2001

    pooh2001 been there, done that, TRYING to go back

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    If you decide to eat at T-Rex or Rain Forest Cafe (DS & AK) - consider getting a Landry card.
    You get discounts and free item for the birthday person.
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  18. Chef Louis

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    Kids 13 and 10 last trip, this trip 14 and 11. The one thing they requested is dinner at Morimoto's.
     
  19. sachilles

    sachilles DVC coming to this space soon

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    Forgive my ignorance, what is WPE?
     
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  20. isabellea

    isabellea Combining beach and Disney!

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    T-rex for my 5 yo and Raglan Road for my 8 yo
     
  21. hmcater

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    Wolfgang Puck Express
     

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