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Friday, May 30, 2014

Eating At Sea World

My family and I visited Sea World just a few weeks ago and loved it! We brought a soft sided cooler into the park with sippy cups for my little one and a few snacks. Picnic style lunches are not permitted. Straws are also not allowed because they can harm the animals. There are many great dining options at Sea World. Guests can even purchase "All Day Dining" for $29 per adult and $14.99 per child. Guests will receive a wristband to wear all day. They will be able allowed unlimited visits to participating restaurants and the option to choose one entree, one side and one beverage. This is a great deal if you will be eating lunch and dinner in the park. Because we were only eating lunch at Sea World we opted not to purchase this.

We chose to eat lunch across the bridge at Mango Joe's Casual Island Cuisine. The line was very long and moved very slow so I would recommend going here before the lunch crowd. We chose the chicken salad sandwich, turkey and ham sandwich with potato salad and my children each chose the chicken nuggets and fries. They also have sides of fruit, chips and cake. Overall the lunch was delicious and I would definitely eat here again. I loved the southern style potato salad! The staff was very friendly here and the restaurant was very clean. There is a covered eating area with tables that faces the lake which offers a nice view. The kids meals are served in these cute whale containers:


SNACKS

These delicious cupcakes can be found near the park entrance in the coffee shop

Rice Crispy Whale Tails

The best $5 snack---keepsake whale bowl, 4 chocolate chip cookies & chocolate icing 



Guests can purchase this souvenir bottle for $7.99 and have it refilled for just 99 cents ALL SEASON

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