Vote of the week: Counter service or table service for theme park dining?
Published: February 15, 2013 at 12:30 PM
Table service (Crescent City Salmon Salad at Disneyland's Cafe Orleans)...
So let's make this our Vote of the Week. Which kind of food service do you prefer when eating a meal in a theme park? But let's not limit ourselves to the counter service vs. table service question. Plenty of visitors make a meal of a turkey leg or some other favorite food item available at the various snack carts in the parks. Others bring their own food with them, either to save money to accommodate their unique dietary needs. And some fans never eat inside a theme park, choosing to have lunch or dinner somewhere outside the park, or just to go without meals altogether. After all, if you're eating, you're not riding!
...or counter service (Ham and cheese quiche with house salad at Disneyland's Jolly Holiday Bakery)?
Of course, few people stick exclusively with just one of these options. Most theme parks fans mix it up. But what's your preferred option among these, the one you'd pick most often?
Please tell us, in the comments, some of your current favorite places to eat in a theme park, based on value and experience. And thank you, as always, for reading Theme Park Insider. We hope that you're enjoying our new look and will tell the other theme parks fans about the site!