Vote of the week: Do you eat lunch early or late when visiting a theme park?
Written by Robert Niles
A long-standing piece of advice from Theme Park Insider readers has been to eat lunch in a theme park either early or late, in order to avoid the mealtime crowds and possibly take advantage of (slightly) shorter lines at the attractions as everyone else moves to the restaurants.Tweet
But which is it: Do you eat early, or late?
A Disneyland lunch favorite: The Monte Cristo sandwich
That's this week's vote. I'd like to hear your best strategy for handling eating at mid-day. Do you eat early? Do you eat late? Do you not eat at all? Or do you insist on eating between noon and 1pm, no matter the crowds?
I understand that your strategy might depend upon the park you're visiting. So tell us what you do most often.
Yet if I'm just making it a half-day visit, I'll arrive at opening, ride through lunch, then go for a late lunch outside the park, after 1 or so. So I could go either way on this. Okay, forget I wrote anything. I'm a horrible source for this one. :^(
So let's hear some better advice from you, in the comments.
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