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    If you were at Disneyland...
    ....What would you get for lunch? I work here and I wear normal clothes so I can eat at any of the restaurants inside either Disneyland or California Adventure. The cafeteria's are horrible so I normally bring my lunch, but on tuesday I think I'm gonna take your advice on what's for lunch. Let me know what you think!

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    Mickey's heart on a plate.

    but only after he could tell me why Goofy was an anthropomorphoid dog, while Pluto was just a dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric View Post
    Mickey's heart on a plate.

    but only after he could tell me why Goofy was an anthropomorphoid dog, while Pluto was just a dog.
    LMFAO!!!!!!!

    We usually go to Epcot here in Orlando and go to the Japanese place, they have great sushi.
    masakatsu agatsu

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    Lmao
    Got bored one day at work so I made this. Think you might appreciate it eric.
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    Do they still have the Toy Story restaurant? That place looked awesome.. wasn't it Planet Pizza?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gixxersean View Post
    Got bored one day at work so I made this. Think you might appreciate it eric.
    that's fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich View Post
    Do they still have the Toy Story restaurant? That place looked awesome.. wasn't it Planet Pizza?
    They Have red rocketts pizza port by space mountain if that's what your thinking of.

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    I've always liked the Blue Bayou at Pirates of the Caribbean. The food is OK but I like it more for the illusion of sitting outside under the moon.

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    My husband and I liked the La Brea Bakery Cafe when we were there in May.


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    I've never been, but if it's like what I think it's like I'd probably eat one of Mickey's ears. They just look like big cookies.

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    never been to disney land, but i have been to disney world, and i recomend rainforest cafe f they have one in the land.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clamsjager View Post
    never been to disney land, but i have been to disney world, and i recomend rainforest cafe f they have one in the land.
    Ugh... it's gone downhill. My in-laws have a time share in Orlando, so we usually go down once every 2 years. The first few times, just after the Rainforest Cafe opened in Downtown Disney, it was quite excellent. But our last two visits have been awful. The food is outrageously overpriced and the portions are small. Service is still pretty decent there though, and you can't beat the atmosphere (although my 3 year old was petrified when it started "thundering" ).

    Anyway, my vote for best food in the park has got to be the Mexican fast-food place outside of Mexico in Epcot (not sure about Disneyland). The restaurant inside Mexico is also good, but it's not quite as good of a value.
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