Sea World all day dining

Sarahbelle341

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Feb 26, 2014
I'm considering the all day dining deal at Sea World for our trip this fall. We used it on our trip in 2016 and enjoyed it but this trip we have a new baby and are eager to check out Sesame Street. Does anyone know if any of the food locations in Sesame Street accept the all day dining? Are ice cream and special drinks included? Is there character dining with Sesame street character available but not included? Does anyone know about certain menu items being excluded from otherwise approved locations? Our experience in 2016 was excellent but we basically ate full meals when hungry and didn't branch out much since we didn't really know much about the deal.
 

halfpintpeggy

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Aug 12, 2015
Following! We were also curious if they would begin offering a Sesame Street character meal, that would be great!
 
  • skylock

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    Sep 2, 2010
    The sesame street food trucks are included with all day dining. I was not happy with the chicken strips but loved the grilled cheese.
     

    XSeabiscuitX

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    Mar 3, 2012
    Depending on when you're here in the fall, they've done some holiday Sesame Street character meals in the past so you might get lucky. The character meals are generally not included on the all day dining.
     

    Disneyfan754321

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    Feb 19, 2019
    I was not happy with the chicken strips ... but the kids loved it. They have everything though
    Ribs, chicken breast, burgers, Asian food, subs what ever it is you can find it in the park somewhere
    Only deserts that come with all day dine are,
    Pie, cookies, jello, pudding or sides of fruit maybe a few things I left out.
    Pretty much any basket dinner/lunch and a side.
    None of the character/shamu lunches are on the dining list. We paid for shamu ice cream it wasn't bad though I think 3.50 or something like that.
     

    ktate82

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    Feb 14, 2012
    I was not happy with the chicken strips ... but the kids loved it. They have everything though
    Ribs, chicken breast, burgers, Asian food, subs what ever it is you can find it in the park somewhere
    Only deserts that come with all day dine are,
    Pie, cookies, jello, pudding or sides of fruit maybe a few things I left out.
    Pretty much any basket dinner/lunch and a side.
    None of the character/shamu lunches are on the dining list. We paid for shamu ice cream it wasn't bad though I think 3.50 or something like that.
    The big question in our house is are the funnel stick fries on the all day dining plan?
     
  • Disneyfan754321

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    Feb 19, 2019
    No, pretty much basket meal foods...
    But there are so many from every type of food.
    When it comes to snacks you are on your own.
    We ate so much I couldn't even say snack.
    But if you are bringing your backpack...
    Bring some ziplock bags. We could not eat all our food every hour. So I bagged up strawberries oranges, cookies and chicken tenders. We ate in the park and at the hotel. All the drinks apart from water are in cardboard cups no lids so we poured them in our dasigni waterbottles (sorry about spelling..lol) if you go to a post called dining started by Flo she took pics of most if not all the menus. You can have anything on them. We ate brisket, roasted chicken, ribs, sweet and sour chicken fried rice, meatball sub, pretzel pizza, chicken strips, cheeseburgers just to name a few. Best meal plan hands down

    The big question in our house is are the funnel stick fries on the all day dining plan?
     

    ktate82

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    Joined
    Feb 14, 2012
    No, pretty much basket meal foods...
    But there are so many from every type of food.
    When it comes to snacks you are on your own.
    We ate so much I couldn't even say snack.
    But if you are bringing your backpack...
    Bring some ziplock bags. We could not eat all our food every hour. So I bagged up strawberries oranges, cookies and chicken tenders. We ate in the park and at the hotel. All the drinks apart from water are in cardboard cups no lids so we poured them in our dasigni waterbottles (sorry about spelling..lol) if you go to a post called dining started by Flo she took pics of most if not all the menus. You can have anything on them. We ate brisket, roasted chicken, ribs, sweet and sour chicken fried rice, meatball sub, pretzel pizza, chicken strips, cheeseburgers just to name a few. Best meal plan hands down
    Thanks for the info!
     

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