Disney World, Restaurants
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Downtown Disney restaurants

Fulton's Crab House Downtown Disney Orlando

Downtown Disney restaurants are organized by location. The area hosts a few fast-food restaurants, but if referring to this list via smartphone, a scrollable, location-based list seems more intuitive. How to use this list: Downtown Disney circles a lake with parking on the non-lake side. If you’re standing in the parking lot, the West Side […] Read more...

Restaurants, Universal Studios/Sea World
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Universal Orlando CityWalk restaurants

CityWalk sits between Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios, making it the preferred spot for an upscale dinner if visiting either attraction. Leave the park; eat and relax; go back for more stomach-churning fun. While CityWalk can’t escape its roots – thousands of guests wearing T-shirts and toting cameras – some restaurants draw in […] Read more...

Planning an Orlando trip, Restaurants, Universal Studios/Sea World
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Eating inside Sea World

Spice Mill Sea World Orlando fast food restaurant

Sea World has dinner shows, one full-service restaurant (that abuts a massive shark tank), a number of fast food stops, and limited food items sold in stores or by vendors. For descriptions of each restaurant inside the park, go to Sea World Dining. To make FAQOrlando a phone app to use inside the park, click […] Read more...

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Sea World Dining

Mango Joe's fast food at Sea World Orlando

October 2011: Sea World has five general levels of dining: Dinner show, full-service, buffet, fast food, and limited food items sold in stores. Beer is served in most locations, and mixed drinks in a few. Most restaurants are on, or near, the main lake – and most can be found by taking a right once […] Read more...

Restaurants, Universal Studios/Sea World
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Universal Studios (the park) dining

Lombard's Landing Universal Studios Orlando restaurant

To read an overview of in-the-park dining and an explanation of Universal’s Meal Deal option, first read Eating inside Universal Orlando parks. To turn FAQOrlando or any page into a phone app to use inside the parks, get instructions here. Full-service restaurants are listed first followed by fast food, limited dining, and vendors. In each […] Read more...

Restaurants, Universal Studios/Sea World, Universal's Islands of Adventure
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Islands of Adventure dining

Islands of Adventure's Mythos restaurant in Lost Continent at Universal Orlando

From The Wizarding World of Harry Potter’s famous Three Broomsticks restaurant to upscale dining in a fantasy medieval world, Islands of Adventure has an array of dining options. To read an overview of in-the-park dining and an explanation of Universal’s Meal Deal option, first read the overview: Eating inside Universal Orlando parks. To turn FAQOrlando […] Read more...

Planning an Orlando trip, Restaurants, Universal Studios/Sea World, Universal's Islands of Adventure
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Eating inside Universal Orlando parks

Three Broomsticks restaurant Wizarding World Harry Potter Universal Orlando

Universal Orlando parks – Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure – have four general levels of dining: Full-service restaurants/buffets, fast food, limited food and vendors. While most vacationers opt for fast food because it feels right, a sit-down meal adds a nice break to the day. Alternately, a quick meal from a vendor doesn’t take […] Read more...

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Animal Kingdom dining

Disney Animal Kingdom dining Tamu Tamu sign

Disney’s Animal Kingdom has four general levels of dining: Full-service, fast food, limited food and dessert, and street vendors. Full-service restaurants are also full-service bars, and most fast food options offer beer. Location descriptions are based on proximity to Animal Kingdom’s central icon, the Tree of Life, located in the middle of the park. For […] Read more...

Disney World, Restaurants
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Epcot dining

Disney World Epcot dining Italy World Showcase

Epcot dining differs from other Orlando and even Disney theme parks. It focuses on three general levels of – full-service, fast food, and limited food – but the top tier restaurants come close to luxury eateries found in the private sector, albeit with too many tourists in shorts. Most lands of World Showcase offer at […] Read more...

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Hollywood Studios dining

Disney Hollywood Studios restaurant

Disney Hollywood Studios has four general levels of dining: Full-service, fast food, limited food and dessert, and street vendors. Full-service restaurants are also full-service bars, and most fast food options offer beer. Location descriptions are based on proximity to Hollywood Studio’s central icon, the giant Mickey Mouse hat from Fantasia that’s located in roughly the […] Read more...