If you're spending a full day at Disney or some other theme park, you've probably got to eat at some point. But what?
Do you go for the (relative) speed and convenience of a quick-service meal, or for the break and (usually) more immersive experience of table service? Or do you go for ultimate speed and skip restaurants in favor of noshing at food carts all day?
Of course, this decision in practice comes down to the specific options in the park. I don't know of anyone who sticks only to quick service or table service or carts during all their theme park visits. If you did, you'd be missing on some great experiences, whether it be Universal's Leaky Cauldron, Disney's Tiffins, or whatever wild concoctions parks are serving at their latest food and wine festival.
So let's talk about your general philosophy, instead. What category of food service do you find yourself gravitating toward on your theme park trips? And why is that? (Let's consider character meals under the table service option here.)
Since I visit so many parks solo, I tend toward quick service restaurants, since table service feels like overkill to me when I'm eating alone. Perhaps to balance that, I almost always book table service places when I'm visiting with others. What's your habit with theme park dining?Tweet
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