SeaWorld Orlando - Menus with prices - 2018

Discussion in 'Sea World / Discovery Cove' started by thrllskr, Aug 19, 2018.

  1. skylock

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    Oh. why not. I have been looking forward to the pretzel place.

    Soft pretzels are my weakness. I have been known to choose my airline according to what hub I will go to because I know the ones that will have an auntie ann's near my gate.
     
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  2. Lynne G

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    We made the mistake of getting pretzel dogs. The pretzel coating was nothing even tasting like a pretzel, and was not even that hot. Hotdog inside was fine. Guess maybe if we try something else. The chips were also not edible. Hard and tasteless. I did not see a plain pretzel as part of the meal plan.
     
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  4. skylock

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    Actually, I had see photos of those chips and did not hold out a lot of hope for them.

    I used to make homemade chips at home with my salad shooter and they were very good, so I knew what they should look like, and theirs didn't look like that.
     
  5. Joanna71985

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    I go there all the time. I love the pizza pretzel
     
  6. skylock

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    Good to hear. Maybe Lynne just hit an off day.

    I will be hitting it up either way because like I said, soft pretzels are my weakness.
     
  7. Rowenac

    Rowenac Earning My Ears

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    Thank you so much for such a fab post - perfect for planning for next years holiday :-)
     
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  8. skylock

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    Back to the top.
     
  9. dcassetta

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    Thank you for all the menu pictures. They are very helpful. I have a question for those of you who have done the dining plan. Does it include bottled water? Many of the menus show a dot by the soft drink, but no dot by the water.
     
  10. skylock

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    Yes, you can get bottled water.
     
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    In fact, the meals are limited to 1 meal an hour, but the drinks, including water, are not limited.
     
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  12. dcassetta

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    We did end up getting the meal pass, and were able to get drinks, including water, more than once an hour. However, there really needs to be a better system where the restaurants have a drinks-only line.
     
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  13. TheJRock300

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    Woah woah woah. 2 for 1 beers at a theme park?? Did I see that right?
     
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  14. 2hapykdz

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    Did you do the All you can eat....is it worth it? Looks like you have to eat at least 3 times to get your $$$worth.....worried we'll spend all our time eating....which isn't necessarily a bad thing!!LOL
     
  15. skylock

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    My first meal at voyagers rang up $25. Brisket sampler.

    If you do not feel you will get value out of it, don't buy it. There were cheaper meals to be had. But I was breaking my diet and I was going for it. I well got my moneys worth. I would have still bought it if it were $50.

    Some of my group balked on buying it. (We had a large group this time round) I told them it was up to them. Some did not get it, but wished they had. I bet everyone gets it next year.

    The only place I ate I was not real happy about was the pretzel kitchen. I love soft ones and theirs were soft, but I did not feel they took the care in making them that I am used to. I still tried them 4 times hoping, but, they were just OK.
     
  16. ashleyasiegel

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    Considering the all day dining - I know it says no sharing or takeout but how are the restaurants set up? All they all enclosed in a building or are their tables outside? Just wondering if we can take our meals and eat while waiting for a show to start or if we are stuck in a building and cannot leave it with food in our hands. I am so use to Cedar Fair parks and we can share as there is no indoor seating and they don't monitor you while you are eating. You can take the food all the way across the park. They just care about who is wearing the wristband. Speaking of that- is the dining plan tied to the ticket or how does that work? Looking at doing the 2 parks/2 day (sea and busch) with 2 day dining plan deal for $150
     
  17. SantiJB

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    I am interested in knowing more about it. I understand the non sharing rules but if I will visit the park with my family and I only want to buy the plan for my sons is it possible? I suppose the answer is yes it is. In that case how they have to use the plan? I don’t want to take any advantage of sharing the plan, only I consider that the plan could be worth for my sons but not for my wife and me

    Any similar experience? Any advice on it?
     
  18. CAPSLOCK

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    You get a wristband, it is not tied to the ticket. As long as you are not sharing, you are fine buying the dining plan selectively for certain members of the party.

    You can carry the meal out, some places offer indoor seating and some outdoor seating, and you can also munch and wander. Plus you get unlimited drinks that you can wander around with.

    You can also save the dessert / side for later, if it's portable. IE - cookies fit great in a purse / camera bag for later...
     
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  19. wendlle

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    I've done the meal plan before and found it extremely good value.
    This time around we will have a 3yo with us and a 10month old. I know you can't share but c'mon, I don't want to pay for my 3yo to eat 10 fries and 1 nugget. Surely she can eat off our plates?
     
  20. CAPSLOCK

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    You can buy her meals individually... at that age it'd be cheaper than a meal plan. Or you can call SeaWorld and ask about sharing since she's so young.
     
  21. SantiJB

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    If i only want an ice cream, is it going to be included in the plan? Can I ask for an ice cream from not a counter service restaurant but from a trolley?
     
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