Often the prices at sit-down restaurants are quite comparable to the “quick” food places when you consider all you’d need to buy at the snacky places to make an ample meal, plus you get more food at table service restaurants. More importantly, you’ll get a much-needed break to rest and relax, away from the crowds! Eat off-hours and you’ll also have the traditional meal hours to take advantage of much shorter lines, while everyone else is busy eating or standing in line at the counter service places! I couldn’t imagine going to Disney World and not having a sit-down meal break once a day. Disney restaurants are often very good (check reviews and menus), you can make Advanced Dining Reservations ahead of time so waits aren’t usually bad, and they provide atmosphere.
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