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One of the best parts of a Orlando / Disney vacation is the food available. While fine dining and casual eateries are available throughout the Orlando area, nowhere is food as eventful as in Disney World. World Premiere Food Court, which is found at the All Star Movies Resort in Disney World, designed to resemble multiple movie marquees, features everything from omelets and French toast to salads and burgers. The Intermission Food Court, which is found in the All Star Music Resort, offers a variety of foods, including French fries, burritos, pasta, and sandwiches. More favorites, such as salad, pizza, and baked goods are also available. End Zone Food Court, which makes its home in the All Start Sports Resort serves up delicious eats in a sports-friendly atmosphere.

In Animal Kingdom, many restaurants appease the pallet. Rainforest Café is a jungle themed diner featuring simulated weather and animated creatures. Pasta, poultry, and vegetarian menus are served in this location. Another favorite is Yak and Yeti Restaurant, which features full service menus and Asian fusion cooking amidst historic artifacts and ancient décor. Other choices in Animal Kingdom include Tamu Tamu Refreshments and Kusafiri Coffee Shop. Disney’s Beach Resort offers different menus as well; Cape May Café serves up scrumptious dinner and breakfast buffets in a seaside atmosphere. Lottawatta Lodge, which is found in Blizzard Beach, has light entrees for the hungry tourists; they offer dishes such as pizza, cob salad, and veggie burgers. Polar Pub, a pool bar and snack stand, has all the tropical drinks you could want along with tasty snacks. The Cooling hut is one option that serves up delicious snacks like nachos, popcorn, and pretzels. With this vast variety in food options, one will not go hungry while in Orlando’s Disney World.

If one ventures outside the gates of Disney World, one will find a world of gastronomic delights. Many people on vacation like to take a break from fast food and lunch meat sandwiches. To enjoy culinary delicacies and fine settings, you can visit any number of fine restaurants in Orlando. The Palm Restaurant serves lobster, Ahi tuna, and Chicken Scallopine. Other signature dishes include Shrimp Bruno and Tomato Capri salad. A fine wine list completes the menu. Celebrities also frequent the restaurant, so you may get to dine where the stars dine.

The Bonefish Grill is another great place to try to eat in a lovely atmosphere away from the fast food counters. Fresh strawberry shortcake, drink specials, and dishes like Rockefeller Dorado (a Mahi Mahi dish), will satisfy the pallet of any foodie who ventures into the place. Everglades Restaurant is another place that guarantees fine food and a lovely atmosphere. Found near the Orlando Convention Center, this restaurant features foods such as escargot, boca chica mushroom, and Florida rock shrimp. Tastes truly come alive on International Drive! (By Heather Duffield)

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