Does Taste Pilot's Grill still have the ribs? I liked those.
That said, I think Downtown Disney is a better bet for food than DCA.
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Duckland: Stroll through downtown Duckburg, making sure to tour Scrooge's Money Bin, then cross the Audubon Bay Bridge to St. Canard. Visit Liquidator's Splash Pool, and don't forget a stop by Bushroot Gardens!
Yes Taste Pilot's has ribs still( at least last time I was there Fall '07) and if we find ourselves in DCA for dinner we usually go there & for snacks we like Schmoozies for a smoothie...they are very filling....Mango one is good as well as the Strawberry-Pineapple.
I will be visiting DCA in June with a couple other people, what are some good dining options? We are not into hot dogs/hamburgers.
Breakfast: Storyteller's Cafe (inside Disney's Grand Californian Hotel)
Lunch: Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill or Pacific Wharf Cafe
Dinner: Wine Country Trattoria or Napa Rose (inside DGCH)
Snacks: Burr-bank Ice Cream, Baker's Field Bakery or White Water Snacks (inside DGCH)
I gave you two dinner options because both locations differ in price.
It may greatly benefit you to set up priority seating in advance (except for the locations I listed for lunch and snacks). You can do this by contacting Disney Dining at 714-781-3463.
Breakfast: Pancakes at McDonald
Lunch: A turkey sandwich at subway 6"
Dinner: Chickens Fries at BK or Turkey Legs!
Snacks: Bring Cheese-Its with you.
Total Price for a person: $22
Just hoping to save you big bucks.
If you want to spend money then here:
Breakfast: Having a relaxing breakfast at the Storyteller's Cafe ... until you see your bill.
Lunch: Chow down on the finest Monte Cristo's around at the Blue Bayou!
Dinner: Head on over to the Napa Rose and have a nice elegant meal.
Snacks: Enjoy a nice apetizer at any restaurant. Tell them you are going just for apetizers. I suggest ordering Shrimp from the Blue Bayou as a snack.
Total Price per Person: $115