Where to eat at US/IOA/CW

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  1. sha_lyn

    sha_lyn If we couldn't laugh we'd all go insane

    Jan 14, 2000
    We will be spending 4 days at HRH in April. Where are some great places to eat? I've read about Mythos and the character meal. Are they any good? What number do I call ahead of time to book and how far in advance can I book. There will be 4 of us Myself DH and kids 3 and 11 who will eat almost anything. Is there a site with menus. I have only found the City Walk menus at the universal site. I want a variety of places...from quick and simple to adventurous

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  2. WebmasterBarry

    WebmasterBarry DIS Veteran

    Aug 20, 1999
    Here are some good places to eat at Universal:

    Confscio's Grill (great character lunch)
    Crossant Moon Bakery (good pastries, sandwiches)
    Cafe 4 (pizza, spagetti)
    Thunder Falls Terrace (chicken and corn on the cob)
    The Burger Digs (best burgers in the park)
    Fire Eater's Grill (great gyros)

    Jimmy Buffet's Margritaville (great burgers)
    Emeril's (expensive, but the best food you'll ever eat)
    Hard Rock Cafe (you got the eat the pig sandwich!)

    I'm not too fond of the food at USF, although I hear Lomdard's Landing is good.

    Happy eating!


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  4. JessicaR

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    Sep 26, 2000
  5. Robinrs

    Robinrs DIS Veteran

    Sep 7, 1999

    Welcome to the Dark side!

    I can't believe you got your hubby to book the Hard Rock. Did he get hooked or what??

    You MUST come back and give us your detailed review of the Hard Rock... looks like you'll get there before I do!


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  6. Patti PB

    Patti PB Earning My Ears

    Aug 27, 2000
    At US I enjoyed lunch at the Monster Cafe---but I like all the old monster movies. Lots of props on display in each different room, and it had real plates and silverware. It was cafeteria style, and the rotisserie chicken w/ corn on cob and garlic and onion roasted potatoes was good.

    On CW I liked Pastamore, and it was not expensive at all!

    Remember your Universal Fan Club Card---you get discounts all over the place!

  7. sha_lyn

    sha_lyn If we couldn't laugh we'd all go insane

    Jan 14, 2000
    Robinrs...Tony will never be into amusment parks but he did love disney. I think seeing things through Bri's eyes made that trip special to him. As for US/IOA, I inherited a little money from my grandmother and thought a trip would be a good use for it. Her death (and handling the estate) really stressed me out and I need a vacation. We are going to the world in December too. he kept telling all our family that we would go if anyone wanted to since we could get great rates at SoG and my sister took him up on it.
    Patti.. I just read a little about monster cafe in the back of Walt Disney World With kids. Sounded interesting but not a lot of info. I'm glad to hear you liked it. Pastamores menu on the universal site sounded good also.
    I wonder why that have the menus for City walk on the universal site but not for the other resturants.

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  8. kntheboys

    kntheboys Earning My Ears

    Jan 14, 2001
    Where/how do I get a "Universal Fan Club" card?
    (mentioned above)

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