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Blue Bayou Restaurant
Easily the best place in Adventureland to eat, the atmosphere in BB is almost worth the price of the meal itself. Set along the edge of the Pirates ride, you feel like you are deep in the Louisiana bayou, watching travelers head out into the unknown. Offering table service, this is also one of the most crowded places, and only one to take reservations. Head over here early and make reservations for a wonderful lunch or dinner.
For lunch, you can select from a wide range of Louisiana style soups, ranging from gumbos to clam chowder, as well as salads, roast pork, chicken, jambalaya and several sandwiches. The best meal, if not the healthiest, it the world famous Monte Christo (which can easily feed two or more diners).
For dinner, check out the steaks and seafood offerings, all served with veggies and a choice of soup or salad. All lunch and dinners also feature wonderful rolls with real butter (if you ask for it). And of course, save room for an evil southern dessert, all of which are guarawnteed to add to the waistline, but are well worth it.
Boiler Room Barbecue
Located across from Jungle Cruise, this eatery is decorated like an old boat, completed with indoor decor. It sells, as you might guess, barbaqued meats and cold drinks, it shares its location with the China Voyager.
Selling desert and other crepes, this cafe is located just past Pirates on the way to Jungle Cruise.
Sharing a boat motif with Boiler Room BBQ, this place sells a variety of Chinese dishes.
Crystal Palace Restaurant
One of the more spectacularly decorated restaurants, this one is made up to look like the world famous old Crystal Palace of New York. It sells a largely American menu of meat dishes, salads, deserts and the like. It is located across from Pirates, near China Voyager.
Fresh Fruit Oasis
Located near the Tiki room, it sells fresh fruit and water.
A stand located near the entrance to Adventureland it sells potatoes and churros.
Generally parked near the entrance to Pirates, this stand sells snacks and drinks
Polynesian Terrace Restaurant
A nicely theme Polynesian restaurant located next to the Tiki room, this is the location of the Polynesian stage show in which Mickey and Minne join native Polynesian dancers to provide an exciting stage show. It served traditional Polynesian food and drink.
Royal Street Veranda
Located next to Pirates, it sells a variety of New Orleans drinks and snacks.
A nautical themed location that sells drinks and light snacks including very good ribs.
Squeezer's Tropical Juice Bar
Located in front of the Tiki room, selling drinks and light snacks.
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