What's the best thing to eat at a theme park championship: Dole Whip vs. Turkey Legs?
Well, after all this, the top seeds made it to the finals of our tournament to determine the best single thing to eat at a theme park. So today, we're at the finals, and you'll get to pick between the top seed, the Dole Whip from Adventureland in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
, and the second seed, the Turkey Legs from the MK's Frontierland.
Last call for campaigning, in the comments.
On a personal note, having stood an inordinate amount of time near both locations when I worked at Disney World (by the Dole Whip stand while working the Swiss Family Treehouse and by the Turkey Legs while working both Tom Sawyer Islands and Country Bear Jamoboree), let me say this... you're killing me, people. Complete tournament results
How are we killing you? Reminding you of how delicious they were, or reminding you of how sick you got of them? Hehe.
I will go with free beer….oh wait that’s not an option here…
I am going with Dole Whip here. It is great all the time during the day and has to be one of the most refreshing and best themed food in any theme park (Adventureland). Its at DL and WDW, is personally great.
Other than to ride Pirates of the Caribbean, the Dole Whip Float is the only reason I even go to Adventureland anymore....
Come on, really? I haven't been following this contest too closely, but we're in the semis and two of the options are turkey legs and Dole Whips? Really? With all of that amazing food out there?
My vote for top dog (Mythos' Buffalo BBQ Fried Chicken Wrap - Spicy, sweet fried chicken with cheddar mashed potatoes and fresh greens wrapped in a grilled tortilla with french fries) lost in the first round. I am convinced this contest is about accessibility, and what could be more accessible than a delicious frozen dessert or a big hunk of turkey on a built-in stick?
Nothing beats the Dole Whip in the MK on a hot humid Florida Day !!!
In answer to Eric...
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