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Old 02-03-2011, 10:58 AM  
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Fun Restaurants with Good Food?

So what is your favorite restaurant that is reasonably priced, has good food and has a fun atmosphere.

My pick is Wild Side Grill.
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Old 02-25-2011, 01:35 PM  
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T-Rex at Downtown Disney is a lot of fun. From their website.
T-REX Caf? is a dinosaur-themed family eatery serving lunch and dinner amid prehistoric creatures, fun displays and merchandise in Downtown Disney area.

Bring a brontosaurus-sized appetite for food and adventure to this destination serving tasty bites and hands-on exploration. Created by the same folks behind the Rainforest Cafe, T-REX excites every family member with its life-size animatronic creatures.

Carnivores and herbivores alike will fill their bellies with such fare as Brachiosaurus Bruschetta, Layers of the Earth Lasagna, prehistoric pizzas, the Gigantosaurus Burger, sandwiches, steaks and seafood. You'll be delighted that "The End Is Near" with the Chocolate Extinction. (Little ones get their own fixings on the kids menu.)

Stare into the eyes of a dangerous Tyrannosaurus Rex or size up a stegosaurus or triceratops living in a prehistoric landscape of geysers and jungle-like greenery. Gaze at woolly mammoths standing beneath an amazing snow fall, or fish swimming in aquariums beneath gargantuan tentacles. Beware other scaly, wondrous creatures with fangs and menacing expressions. While waiting for your meal, watch as massive flames spew from the Kitchen of Fire like pyrotechnical dino breath!

Save time for the Paleo Zone, the full-on T-REX interactive experience: Go on an archaeological Discovery Dig, pan for treasures in Discovery Creek and get schooled in prehistory on the Paleo Screens.

Don't depart this land of ancient creatures without a stop to the Dino-Store, where you'll find "gifts fit for any paleontologist"—including educational toys, apparel and Build-A-Dino? By Build-A-Bear Workshop?.

At T-REX, you'll eat, shop, explore and discover!
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Old 03-14-2011, 02:05 AM  
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Smokey Bones - Good BBQ and nice enough atmosphere/menu that my wife (who doesn't like BBQ) will go with me. Lots of screens for sports coverage and music videos.

Ale House - Dirt cheap, big portions and decent food. Lots of screens for sports coverage.

BJ's Brewery - Good food, interesting decor, micro-brewery. Only downside is they don't sell national brand beer so you'll have to be adventurous and try theirs.

Dr. Phillips/Kirkman/Metrowest area:
Josie's Pizza (great wings and delivery if you don't want to go out).
Papa D's Pizza: Small shop owned by the original Donato's Pizza founder. Great pizza, Calzones, Pasta, Cannolis, etc. Not really a fun place, simple dining room but food is great.
Broadway Pizza-Good wings. Only had delivery but wings are pretty good and reasonably priced.
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Old 04-01-2011, 05:55 PM  
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So what is your favorite restaurant that is reasonably priced, has good food and has a fun atmosphere.

My pick is Wild Side Grill.
Willow Tree Cafe in Sanford. Great German food, live music, friendly staff and good beer.
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