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    So, as some of you may know, my dear husband and I are going to be in DL in November. I'm a planner and I would love to know of any Vegitarian choices (he eats seafood too.. go figure) in DL, CDA and DTD.

    Thanks guys!!

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    Speaking as a fellow vegitarian there are quiet a few choices at both parks.At new orleans today i had a 3 cheese monte cristo , it was so good.If you vegan that might be a little harder,even blue bayou has veggies options, ok maybe only one entree.BTW, I grew up in antioch.
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    • #3
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      I apologize in advance if I'm derailing this thread. Carnivore, vegitarian or vegan, the food in Disneyland sucks.

      Really.

      Look to Downtown Disney: Catal, Uva, Napa Rose, maybe RainForest for edible fare.
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      • #4
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        We ate at the Rainforrest cafe once and had a handmade pizza thing.. IT SUCKED! It made us both sick.

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        • #5
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          Look to the left and you'll see that I, too, am of the non-meat devouring kind.

          Originally posted by Tom Chaney View Post
          Look to Downtown Disney: Catal, Uva, Napa Rose, maybe RainForest for edible fare.
          Far and away, it is also the best place for us herbivores. RainForest has some good vege choices, but Tortilla Jo's and Napoli and easily up there with a larger range of vege delights. LaBrea Bakery has some terrificly (NOT a real word) huge sandwiches there.

          However, if seafood is an option, you have far more choices, including the Blue Bayou etc in the park. A few of the New Orleans eateries have expanded since I was last there, but there is a nice vege gumbo from the Royal Street Veranda that I was quite fond of.

          An excellent site is this one, although I'm not sure how up-to-date it is:

          http://www.geocities.com/vegetariandisney/

          I should add that many places will adapt or make up something special if you let them know when you sit down for service. Sometimes you just have to plan out or enquire in advance.

          Hope that is some help.

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            I don't recall if they had this last year, but I know they had it the year before....at The French Market they had this fantastic vegitarian lasagna! It was a special for HMH. Hopefully they'll have it this year too and if they do, that might be something to try since you'll be at the park during HMH.

            Sorry I couldn't be more of a help.
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            • #7
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              I'm vegetarian, myself. I also avoid dairy and eggs. And, my favorite item at Disneyland is the Santa Rosa Corn Chowder served in the Boudin sourdough bread bowls at the Pacific Wharf Cafe.

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              • #8
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                Someone pointed me to this website a few weeks ago. I'm not sure who or even if it was this site for certain, but it has the menus of most of the restaurants around the DLR. I have been using it to help make decisions about restuarants to get Priority Seatings at. I'm not sure how up to date it is, but it at least gives a good idea of what they have.

                http://www.dlresortinfo.com/DCAMenus...nneradult.html

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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by Loomis View Post
                  ...LaBrea Bakery has some terrificly (NOT a real word) huge sandwiches there...
                  If I recall correctly, they also have a wonderful grilled veggie panini. (This was a year or so ago, though - so the menu may have changed).
                  She did it!

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                    • #11
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                      I'm not a vegetarian....but wanted to respond to the comment that the food at DL sucks.

                      It does NOT.
                      It's actually VERY good...for a theme park...one that does the business it does and gets the traffic it does, the food is excellent. It's pricey, but it's VERY tasty.

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                        Originally posted by ProfGriffin View Post
                        I'm not a vegetarian....but wanted to respond to the comment that the food at DL sucks.

                        It does NOT.
                        It's actually VERY good...for a theme park...one that does the business it does and gets the traffic it does, the food is excellent. It's pricey, but it's VERY tasty.
                        I agree.

                        For the OP...try the ribs from the Storytellers Cafe. They will turn you into a meat eater

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                        • #13
                          Re: Disneyland food question

                          Originally posted by Melonballer View Post
                          Someone pointed me to this website a few weeks ago. I'm not sure who or even if it was this site for certain, but it has the menus of most of the restaurants around the DLR. I have been using it to help make decisions about restuarants to get Priority Seatings at. I'm not sure how up to date it is, but it at least gives a good idea of what they have.

                          http://www.dlresortinfo.com/DCAMenus...nneradult.html
                          The website is mine and expect some changes in the next few weeks.
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                          • #14
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                            Bengal Barbecue in Adventureland has Veggie Skewers. I didn't try it (got the chicken and it was yummy) but it looked good. It would make a good snack, not a meal.
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                              Originally posted by French25Fan View Post
                              Bengal Barbecue in Adventureland has Veggie Skewers. I didn't try it (got the chicken and it was yummy) but it looked good. It would make a good snack, not a meal.
                              Thats the worst deal at DL!!! WORST!!!!

                              I'd rather put in 2-3 more bucks and get the best nachoes ever!!! even as a snack it sucked!!! But we gave it a try at least =)
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                              • #16
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                                Originally posted by goofygoof View Post
                                Thats the worst deal at DL!!! WORST!!!!

                                I'd rather put in 2-3 more bucks and get the best nachoes ever!!! even as a snack it sucked!!! But we gave it a try at least =)
                                It was a bad deal but it was sooo yummy! I agree, the nachoes are the best deal in DLR.
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                                • #17
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                                  I do not eat meat nor dairy and I must say the selection is rather slim in Disneyland, but so much better than it used to be. In addition to what has been mentioned above try Redd Rockets Pizza Port they have several salads and pastas that you can get 'made your way'. They serve salmon and crab cakes at the Blue Bayou. There is a crab salad sandwich at the Cafe Orleans. There are vege burgers at the Hungry Bear in Critter Country. Plus there are fresh fruit stands on Main Street and next to the Jungle Cruise, he can grab some fruit and you can grab some chicken or beef skewers at the Bengal BBQ and eat together at a table on the River Belle Terrace. They have fish and chips at the place between the River Belle and the Golden Horseshoe. Enjoy!

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                                  • #18
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                                    Do they have fish tacos or cheese enchiladas at Rancho Del Zocalo? That i'm sure can fill hunger without any meat.
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                                    • #19
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                                      Originally posted by goofygoof View Post
                                      Do they have fish tacos or cheese enchiladas at Rancho Del Zocalo? That i'm sure can fill hunger without any meat.
                                      Cheese pizza or salad at the Pizza Port.

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                                      • #20
                                        Re: Disneyland food question

                                        Ariel's Grotto has a vegetarian pasta dish. And in speaking with the Disney Dining people, if you will mention your needs to the waiter/waitress when you get to your table, they'll talk to the chef. They are used to getting requests for things like that and are usually very helpful.

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