Vote of the week: Breakfast at a theme park?
Written by Robert Niles
We've long recommended getting to the park early to get the most from a theme park visit. But that brings up one important logistical question:Tweet
What to do about breakfast?
Do you eat breakfast in the park? Or before you leave home (or the hotel)? If it is a roadtrip, how you eat along the way, at a restaurant or in the car?
So that's the vote of the week. I understand that you might use several of these options, so let's make the vote result the typical option on your biggest theme park trip of the year.
My favorite option is to eat in the park when it is part of an early admission deal. I love when Legoland California offers its 'Brickfast', for example. That deal offered a buffet at the park's excellent, though underappreciated, Sports Cafe as well as early admission on several rides in the Imagination Zone section of the park. This way, there's no trade off between eating the park and losing valuable early-morning ride time.
In the comments, tell us about your typical (or favorite) theme park-morning breakfasts. Have a great weekend, and stay tuned to TPI this weekend for our summer roadtrip series report from Holiday World!
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