SeaWorld Orlando - Menus with Prices : Page 5 Current 2017

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  1. purple hippo

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    Can you get a Churro as a snack on the dining plan? Churros are on my son's list of must have while we are on vacation.
     
  2. serene56

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    Id like to know too. As when the big kids go on a ride can i take the littles to go get a snack while on the plan
     
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  4. ktate82

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    We haven't been to Seaworld in about 5 years. When we went, we were able to get a drink and snacks from the quick service place (like fruit, chips, fries, etc) that we could take with us through the park. I saw in the photos that take out is not allowed. So do we have to eat snacks in the restaurant now? Do they still have a good variety of "snack" stuff?
     
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    Flamecraft Bar beer menu as of mid Dec 2017 -


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    Flamecraft Bar beer menu as of mid Feb 2018 -

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  7. serene56

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    Carts are not part of the all you can eat dining plan?
     
  8. FLOIR

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    Correct - they are not on the dining plan
     
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    some random Seven Seas event menus -

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    Does anyone know if you buy one of their sampling lanyards if the portions are smaller? Is the same sized item you buy full price that you get? I noticed at the bottom of the sign it says something about the beers being available in sample size with the lanyard, so I assume those are smaller. But what about the food? I assume its the same size, but hey you never know!
     
  14. Joanna71985

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    Food is the same size regardless of if you use the lanyard, or buy it individually. The book lists the items that do not offer sample size (I believe all of those are located on the Bayside Pathway)
     
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    Do all of the dining all day places open at lunch time? Anything that would be suitable for breakfast? Thanks.
     
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    One of the places always offers breakfast. Last time I saw it was at Sea Fire but sometimes it seems Voyagers also has it. It is more of a continental breakfast with pastries and cereal and fruit. I don't remember if they opened at park open or shortly after but they were open earlier in the morning than the other places.
     
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    I have a couple questions about all day dining. Do the kids not get a dessert or whatever with theirs? It looks like most of the kids meals don’t include fruit or dessert. Also, is ice cream (think Shamu bar) ever an option as a side?
     
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    The kids all day dining includes a kids meal and 1 side OR 1 dessert, so it is the same as the adult version. The difference is that the drink is already included in the kids meal itself.

    I do not recall anyplace that has ice cream as a side.
     
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    Definitely worth it for us. We did get a discount but even without it, is a bargain!
    Had a muffin/hot choc/fruit for breakfast. Didn’t look at prices but I’m sure at least $12.
    Rib dinner with fries/coleslaw on side, about $25 plus tax! And the day is young!
     
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    Shamu Bar is not part of the dining plan
     
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    I have a question about all day dining - We are going with 3 'adults' and a 2 year old. I know we can't share with each other, but if we all buy the dining deal, can we share with the 2 year old r would we need to buy a meal for her each time? Same question for Busch Gardens.
     

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