Vote of the week: Do you bring your own food to theme parks?
Written by Robert Niles
The Thanksgiving holiday is fast approaching in the U.S., so I'm thinking about food. Should I make a big turkey again this year... or just reservations? ;-)Tweet
Of course, food is a big part of a theme park visit, for many TPI readers. They've picked Universal Orlando's Mythos as their favorite restaurant several years in a row. And Disney favorites such as Le Cellier and The Hollywood Brown Derby have many fans on the site.
But not everyone queues up for full-service dining at theme parks. Many visitors don't bother buying food in the parks at all, choosing instead to bring their own - no matter parks' policies forbidding outside food and drink.
What do you do? How widely violated are park rules about outside food and drink? Do you break those rules to bring your own lunch, or just bend' em a little, and bring in your own bottled water or baby meals?
For the vote below, think of your typical theme park visits and pick the choice that best describes what you most often do.
Let's talk about theme park food in the comments.
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