To quote every preschool teacher in the world “Sharing is caring” – and this golden rule doesn’t just apply to 4 year olds and toy trains, it is really applicable everywhere – even at Walt Disney World! It’s no secret that a Walt Disney World vacation can be costly – and one of the money saving tips I have come to embrace over the years is sharing meals. Some WDW counter service locations tend to serve up rather large portions – and this can work to your advantage, as many can easily be split between two adults.
Read on to find out which meal is the best to split at each of the WDW Parks:
Flame Tree Barbeque (if you can’t find it, just follow the mouth-watering scent of grilled meats!) and grab the Ribs and Chicken Combo – ½ a roasted chicken and a generous slab of St. Louis style ribs, served with sides of baked beans and coleslaw. This is a meal big enough to share for sure – and what I especially like about it is the “combo” part – getting to try both ribs and chicken sounds good to me!: After a morning full of checking out rides, attractions, and animals – you’ll probably be REALLY hungry, and what better to fill up on than some barbeque? Head over to
Sunshine Seasons is a great place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner – their rotisserie chicken, pork chops, and salads are among my top choices for later in the day, but at breakfast time, you will definitely want to check out the breakfast platter here – eggs, bacon, potatoes, and a biscuit – this is a lot of food, and it’s the perfect thing to share, so you can both fuel up and start the day right!:
Tomorrowland Terrace – there’s tons of seating both inside and outside, and while it may get crowded at peak times, I have never had trouble finding a seat and the food lines tend to move pretty quickly. Both the turkey sandwich and the bacon cheeseburger are meals that are perfect to share – plus you can customize your burger at the toppings bar. Fries come with, and it’s easily enough for two people to share: There are a bunch of great counter service spots in MK – and they all serve up some delicious food. For me though, the best place to grab a meal to share is
Fairfax Fare is the place to share here – chicken and ribs meal, ½ chicken meal, jumbo turkey leg meal, BBQ pulled pork sandwich – they are all hearty and perfect for two! The seating is all outdoors – but there’s a decent amount of shade and it’s a relatively quiet area, which makes it a great place to relax, unwind, and refuel:
This tip can really save you some money on your Walt Disney World trip – and who isn’t looking to stretch their budget a little further? Check out more WDW money saving tips here!
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