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Epcot (or Magic Kingdom) dining in the park

glowworm | Feb 18, 201107:46 AM     6

I'm going to Epcot (and can hop over to the Magic Kingdom) tomorrow (Saturday 2/19). I have about $130 bonus Disney dollars from my credit card that I'm unlikely to ever spend outside of the park. Is there any "must do" restaurants or experiences in the park that I should check out? Without any research I would probably head over to the French place since I've had good food there before.

I haven't been to Epcot in 5? or so years so anything new I am unaware of. Also the $$ are not usable in the parks themselves (they may not be technically "Disney dollars" since they are from Chase but they are similar). So no V&A, although $130 would only cover the cost to come in and watch other people eat there anyway. :P

I can go over that budget for somethng good but I want to spend in the $130- $200 range for 2 people so the bucks don't go to waste.

Thanks for any insight!

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