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    What consider my must do is Boma. We have done it on a few trips, however not all the time because we also like to try new things.

    A must is to eat a TS dinner in EPCOT

    While in MK I have to get the lighthouse (? I'm not sure of he name, just whats in it) at CHH

    DH has to get a coffee and a cinnamon roll (this can vary, but it is usually some kind of breakfast sweet) at main street bakery.

    The kids must have is a Mickey ice cream for one and Mickey ice cream sandwich for the other.this is the only ice cream he will eat. Ahh the magic of disney
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    Pecos Bills,Ray's Starlight Cafe and a new one we discovered at CHRISTmas last year....Earl of Sandwich!!!
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    Have to stop for chocolate/caramel desserts in Germany...

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    Our "must do" is to try a new restaurant(s) that we have not ate at yet.

    Favorites include: Boma for breakfast, Narcoossee's (usually our parents night out, but we are taking our kids this year) and Kona Cafe.

    Ohana has always been at the top of the list for us, but we opted out this year. We just were not as impressed last time. So we opted for new restaurants.
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    Before moving to Florida my family's must eat restaurants on trips down were Brown Derby and Cape May for table service. Our favorite counter service places are the ones with foods besides burgers on the menu. We love Pecos Bill's, the counter service spot in Morrocco, and after doing Keys to the kingdom we became fans of Columbia Harbor house. We also love Olivia's and have had a few special occasion dinners there.

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    For me: I have to have a school bread from Norway!

    We always have lunch at the Sci Fi and dinner at Boma.
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    I love these types of threads. It shows why there's so much appeal.

    For us, it's Hoop Dee Do Review. Great food. Good time. We HAVE to do it each trip.

    Another is the Crystal Palace, but this year we are skipping it. (First time in past 7 trips.) We just want to mix it up a bit.
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    Columbian Harbor House...DD always looks forward to the best tuna sandwich she has ever had! This is always our first meal of the trip!

    Chefs de France... always our special dinner


    Beer and Brats from the little place in Germany tucked away in the back of the courtyard.... amazing!

    and of course... Mickey Bars!
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    Here are the restaurants my friends and I must visit during each trip:

    1. California Grill
    2. 'Ohana
    3. Boma (for either breakfast or dinner)
    4. Biergarten (lunch - it's cheaper)
    5. Columbia Harbour House (Good food in the MK that is inexpensive, less crowded seating, and good bathroom.)
    AND about every other time:
    6. Garden View Lounge - Afternoon Tea
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    'Ohanas (dinner)
    Dole Whip Float (snack)
    Columbian Harbor House (lunch)

    Ohhh, my mouth is watering and I won't be there until October!
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    Ice cream sandwiches from the Main Street Bakery!
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    1. Brown Derby
    2. California Grill
    3. Narcoossee's
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    We discovered the funnel cakes at Sleepy Hollow (MK) and Dole Whips back in 2006 and have eaten them ever since.
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    For us, it wouldn't be a trip to Disney without a lunch at Flame Tree and a dinner at Ohana

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    We would never miss breakfast at Kona- what would disney be without Tonga Toast and mac nut pancakes?

    We also always visit Le Cellier and Ohana's.

    Most visits we either go to CA grill or Artist Point.

    And Wolfgang is a MUST for my DH!
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    .....being 'creatures of habit'...there are a few "must-eat-at" spots in WDW for us:

    • 1st night at WDW we go to Downtown Disney..and eat at Planet Hollywood.


    • We always have a character breakfast at 1900 Park Fare.

    • And there are always dinners at Teppan Edo and at 50's Prime Time
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    Alas, our list is getting smaller and smaller each year. We do always go to Chef Mickey's at our youngest son's request, but there are very few places we are set on any more. I always enjoy some Crumb Cake from the Main Street Bakery, and we also consume more than our share of . My sons are half ice cream by the time we return from the World!
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    Default Must eat at...

    O'Hana
    Le Cellier
    and BOMA
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    Well my must do is Chef Mickey's for breakfast. And DH's is Mama Melrose's in HS
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