Which Walt Disney World theme park offers the best snack options?

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Which WDW theme park offers the best snack options?

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25 thoughts to “Which Walt Disney World theme park offers the best snack options?”

  1. I pick Epcot as best snack… Mostly because I consider Bass Ale from Rose & Crown as a snack.

  2. I’m with boB – EPCOT has so much to offer….and if Beer counts as a snack, which most of the DisDads would agree that it does, there is a plethora to choose from!

  3. Yeah, but just try saying “plethora” after you’ve had a few “snacks” in Epcot. πŸ˜‰

  4. Epcot got my vote (and choosing was tough). I have a generous definition of “snack,” though, that doesn’t necessarily fit the snack credit definition. I’m the guy who looks at a Bratwurst from Sommerfest as a snack.

  5. Although MK had Dole Whip and Mickey bars, the variety of snacks in World Showcase put EPCOT a little further ahead in the race. Oh yeah, and they have Beverly.

  6. Epcot purely on the strength of the pretzels in Germany… Aaron was correct on the podcast about the humus as well, but the pretzels still win.

  7. It’s hard to vote against a Dole Whip float from MK, but Epcot wins based on sheer number and diversity.

  8. EPCOT: Beer. And the Parrot Bay coconut rum with pretend Dole Whip concoction. And School Bread. And the macaroons from the new ice cream shop in France. And Kirin frozen beer should be a snack credit!

  9. EPCOT hands down! Besides the fact that “La Cava del Tequila” is Spanish for “snack bar”, the outstanding quick-service restaurants provide a variety of meal-type finger foods. Also, Sunshine Seasons has a tasty variety of healthy snack options.

  10. I too have to give the nod to EPCOT because of the items in World Showcase, but a close second is DAK.

  11. Epcot for sure, even without Food and Wine. I like the variety at each country has, though not everyone enjoys ethnic food πŸ™‚

  12. Have to go with Epcot. I honestly don’t tend to spend much time in World Showcase anymore… EXCEPT to eat. And Karamell-KΓΌche is a must-do every trip πŸ™‚

  13. I CANNOT believe no one has mentioned the cinnamon rolls at Gaston’s in MK! Dole Whip + Cinnamon rolls = win.

  14. Magic Kingdom… Dole Whip (including the Nate…lol), Citrus Swirl, Turkey legs, Pork Shanks, Cinnamon Rolls, Cream Cheese Pretzels, Churros, Corn Dogs, the whole Sleepy Hollow menu, Mickey Bars, Popcorn, Big Top Treats confections, Egg Roll Cart, etc… No beer… but I don’t drink so I’m good. πŸ˜‰ dang… I’m hungry now. πŸ˜€

  15. Not sure there’s a right\wrong answer b\c it depends on your snack preference. I’m going to go with MK. I gave it the nod for a few reasons…
    Aloha Isle, Simple. Who doesn’t love Dole Whip? Evil, inhumane people, that’s who.
    The popcorn on Main Street. It may taste like ordinary popcorn to a lay person, but to me it’s glorious. And the aroma is magical and perhaps heavenly, when consumed during Wishes.
    Ice Cream at the Plaza.
    Not sure if I can include Casey’s menu for my vote towards MK, but I like a mid afternoon dog as a snack every now and again.

  16. Can’t believe MK didn’t win this. You can’t get a Dole Whip Pineapple Float at any of the other three parks. C’mon man!

  17. Sorry for not getting this posted yesterday afternoon, but we have a winner of our drawing, courtesy of Random.org. The winner of the Pirate Fairy Blu-Ray is Jason Powless. Jason, please shoot me an Email confirming your mailing address, so I can send the video out to you. πŸ™‚

  18. Aaron, I just got the movie last night. Thanks for being diligent and finding my address. I had totally forgotten about this particular thread and contest. I frequent the Facebook page a lot more often than the website, so I’m sorry for not responding to your post last month. πŸ™‚

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