By Natalie Wallace
Who doesn't love to eat? I know I do! There are so many great places to eat (and drink) at Disney World and Universal Studios, but somehow I narrowed it down to my top 2:
1. 50's Prime Time Cafe (WDW-Hollywood Studios)
"A blast from the past," this restaurant serves up a twist on the classics you might have found in your mom's kitchen, in fact, that's the whole theme of the restaurant! Once you are seated, you could be served by your "aunt" or "uncle" but make sure you say please and thank you and don't put your elbows on the table. My favorite memory of this restaurant is when I was in high school, I got the meatloaf (so delicious) and green beans. Well I didn't eat my green beans and my "uncle" made me stand up and sing "I'm a little teapot" in front of our section of the restaurant. The vintage atmosphere has old sitcoms playing on tv's while you're surrounded by other 1950's nostalgia. Definitely a great pit stop for dinner! (table service-1 credit)
2. The Three Broomsticks (Universal Studios-Wizarding World of Harry Potter-Hogsmeade)
If you're a Harry Potter fan, you cannot leave Universal Studios without going to The Three Broomsticks. Whether you like your Butterbeer cold, frozen, hot or with ice cream, this quick service restaurant has a great selection of traditional English fare. I love the shepherd's pie here, but you can get fish and chips, a turkey leg and beef pasties. The rustic decor will definitely transport you right into the wonderful world of the Harry Potter books/movies!
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