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What to Eat

by FrogBlog on January 26, 2012 · 7 Comments · in Dining

With well over 4,500 restaurants in and around the theme park capital of the world,Sunshine Seasons at Epcot® Orlando vacationers can choose from a wide range of dining experiences. From award-winning restaurants like the highly-rated Victoria & Albert’s to convenient quick-service eateries along International Drive, you won’t have to look very hard to find something to suit your taste and budget.

Whether you want to have breakfast with Mickey Mouse or need to know where you can grab a quick bite on the way back to your hotel, planning this aspect of your vacation in advance will ultimately save you time and money.

Listed below are helpful resources for choosing What (and Where) to Eat.

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7 Responses to “What to Eat”

  1. Joey K. says:


    IHOP has no waiting lines at dinner time! They are usually only about 25% full so service is also fast. And best of all, Kids eat FREE from 4pm till 10pm!!! It cost us about $25 for a family of 5.
    (I don’t work at IHOP, just got lucky finding this out because we love pancakes for dinner)

  2. Joey K. says:

    Park Backpack Tips:

    Lunchables with a sippy drink are less than $3 at the grocery store and Walmart (much cheaper than the $10-$12 per person average for lunch). They fit nicely in a backpack and there’s no waiting in food lines, no breaking the bank to eat in the parks and you can basically plop down anywhere to eat them. Me and my wife found them to be satisfying as well and I think we actually both lost a few useless pounds last week because of them. We found ourselves enjoying this comfort during a few of the mid-day thunder showers which helped us brave the weather while the park cleared out, leaving all the rides with minimal wait times when the rain was over! We would also put a couple boxes of granola bars in the back pack. These were good anywhere and anytime to subside hunger until we ate our lunchables or left the parks. Attraction lines and the heat were much easier to tolerate with these snacks. Water Water Water!!! Except the water is terrible in Florida if you’re not from there. So we packed a container of lemonade or Gatorade dry mix in the backpack and just mixed that in our water bottles with the FREE water at the fountains in the park. I think the mix was like $3 a day for our family of 5. A bottle of water in the park was $3.50, LoL!!!

    Luv You Guys!!!
    The Kociolek Falimy

    • Chris W says:

      Hi Joey K,
      I read your post on Undercover Tourist and it was very helpful…My question is what type of backpack did you guys use to stash your snacks, water etc… while you were at Walt Disney World?


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  4. Kenna Rosero says:

    I am so glad I found your site. I really found you by accident, while I was browsing on Google for something else. Anyways I am here now and would just like to say thank you for a useful post and an all round inspiring blog. (I also love the theme/design), I don’t have time to read through it all at the minute, but I have added your website to my favorites, so when I have time I will be back to read more. Please do keep up the awesome job!

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