Vote of the week: Picking a place to eat
Written by Robert Niles
I know that this isn't an issue at many regional amusement parks, where your lunch and dinner options are limited to the same fare you'd find at a typical mall food court. But I'm interested in reading about how TPI readers make a decision at parks like those run by Disney, Universal and Busch, where visitors have the option of a finer dining experience.Tweet
What are you looking for at mealtime in a theme park? What is the most tempting factor that lures you to a particular place to eat, whether that be a sit-down restaurant, counter-service joint, or even the Turkey Leg Wagon?
Tell us, in the comments, about your favorite theme park eateries.
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