Dining Tips for Your Orlando Outing
Here’s something to consider on your trip to Florida. What are you going to eat? It seems like such a simple question, but sometimes it’s hard for us to think about the basics when we’ve huge concerns like, “Who will cover me at work while I’m out,” or “How are we going to fit all of these amazing activities into one vacation?” To get you ready for your big trip to Florida, we have a few tips that will make sure you’re well fed and full of energy so you can make the most of your vacation.
- For breakfast, your hotel will likely have a buffet. Regardless if it’s our very own Boardwalk Buffet or any other hotel buffet, hotel restaurants are the best ways to fill up and get moving fast. Be sure to check if they serve dinner or lunch as well for an even more convenient meal plan.
- Lunch time at the parks makes for trouble. The time you lose and the cost of gas alone makes the option of leaving the park immediately unappealing. But the cost of food inside the parks makes leaving look like a good investment. You’re best option? Well, there are two. First, you can look for meal plans provided by the park. These aren’t usually advertised very well, but they can make your vacation so much simpler if you find them. Second, you can pack lunch. Whether you decide to bring a few snacks from the Lite Bite Mini-Market Deli or pack a few sandwiches, this option is always the cheapest.
- Dinner is simple and honestly lends you the most freedom. From our Comfort Zone Bar & Grille, to the diner across the street, there are so many options here that I can’t list them all. However, if you’re on a budget, this can be a little daunting, but that’s okay! Stop by the local market and pick up a few groceries. We provide a complimentary mini-fridge and microwave in every room, so you don’t have to go out to eat every night.
Now that you’re armed with this knowledge, you can plan your vacation right and keep yourself fed like royalty. Remember, you can’t spell travel without e-a-t!