Vote of the week: What's your favorite type of place to eat at a theme park?
Published: September 16, 2010 at 9:14 PM
Theme parks offer a variety of options at meal times, not just in cuisine and price points, but in ways to order and get your food.
One theme park favorite: A bratwurst, from Disneyland
- Snack carts: Eat on the street
- Counter service restaurants: Order at the window, fast-food style
- Tray service restaurants: Anywhere you pick up a tray and load it up with selections on your way to the cashier
- Table service restaurants: For a full-service, "sit down and a waiter takes your order" meal
And if you're looking for a longer break (or a better deal), there's always the option of dining outside the park.
One of the new Mexican eateries at Epcot is table service and the other counter service. Tray service seems to be especially popular at the SeaWorld/Busch Gardens parks. And food carts are everywhere.
So, all other things being equal (as if that were possible), which is your go-to choice?
Tell us why you picked what you picked, in the comments. And, as always, thanks for reading Theme Park Insider.