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TOPIC: Epcot Wine and Food Festival
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We've never been to the food and wine festival, nor to the restaurant mentioned, we did just get back from up there (today no less), certainly check out Soarin' while at Epcot, it's a very interesting experience.

We're also Disney people, and you mentioned you had all your other nights covered, but just in case; - Jiko, restaurant in the Animal Kingdom Lodge has some very good food, a little touch of Africa along with some "normal" American food. - California Grill, just typical Disney "premium food", but make your reservation about 20-30 minutes before the fireworks, and if it's just the two of you there is a VERY good chance you'll get a window seat, you'll have one of the best views of the show in the area, not to be missed. - Chefs Table at Victoria and Alberts, insanely priced but is supposedly worth every penny for the experience. Of course to get a reservation you need to have the Disney reservation number on speed dial and call exactly the second they open 3 months ahead of time. Or play roulette and hope for a cancelation. - We've given up with staying at the "budget" Disney resorts, they are noisy, there's just enough rude people to ruin good times, etc. - We stayed at Animal Kingdom Lodge earlier this year and loved every second of it, great hotel with top notch service for those times you want a little treat (you can spend a few hours just exploring the hotel). - Best burgers in all of the parks is at the Sci-Fi dine in theater at MGM. - Best counter service is at Port Orleans - Riverside, they have a VERY good Philly cheese steak. - Get the Disney Dining experience if you eat at the parks and eat at least a few meals away from the counter service. You'll get a 20% discount at most places (even at Downtown Disney), and it costs $75 (cheaper if you're a passholder). Ours paid for itself the first 3 days we had it, and it's saved us literally hundreds of dollars so far. - If you have half a day to spend and don't mind "ruining" some of the magic, take the "keys to the kingdom" tour, it's a 4-5hr tour and you get to see some of the behind the scenes areas of the park, learn a ton of history about the parks, go into the "tunnels", etc.

There's tons more, but that's a good start. AJ & Andrew

Coral Springs FL
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