Celebration has some nice restaurants in their "downtown" area near the pond.
Sand Lake Rd. is a short drive and has all sorts of restaurants.
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OFF-Site Disney dining? – 02-16-2009,05:57 PM
I was looking to save some money in dining but I have not really explored the disney area. all i know is the crossroads area in which there is a friday's, chilli's, cici's pizza, sizzler's, and golden corral. does anyone know any other locations that are good to eat.
North to Sandlake, south/southeast to Celebration
We're planning a meal at Celebration Town Tavern on our next trip.~~~~~~
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Mmaggiano's Little Italy on I-Drive is great. Not necessarily cheap, but the entree's are big enough to share. This can make for a very economical nice meal. The desserts are awesome.
For cheap eats, go to Steak n' Shake, fazt food with exceptional burgers and shakes. Also good and cheap is the Sizzler on I-Drive across from the Convention Center. The buffet there is cheap and really fresh. DO NOT go to any other Sizzler but this one, whatever you do. Bleh!
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To W Sandlake Rd.: