Carb-loading at Disney World
After the 5k, we went to our favorite quick-service breakfast spot: Art of Animation. The service was a bit slow (The chef was not Allison, who is usually quick), but my usual meal hit the spot.
Later that night, we ate at Be Our Guest. You can see my review here.
After the half marathon, Nathan and I went to Cape May at the Beach Club for breakfast. You can see my review here.
That night we wanted to stay near the hotel, so we ate at Saratoga Spring‘s Turf Club. My sister Heidi came to join us since she was running the marathon the next day. It was a nice night, so we ate out on the patio. It started to downpour halfway through, but we were covered and away from the sides. I ordered the gluten-free, vegetable pasta. It was light and refreshing, and I really enjoyed the broccolini. I just wish there would have been some sauce. The service was a bit slow, but the food was decent.
That night we went to Boma with Heidi to celebrate finishing the marathon. I don’t think I took any pictures of our meal, probably because I was so tired.
On Monday, before heading to the airport, we stopped at Downtown Disney for a trip to Baby Cakes. We also decided to try Pollo Campero as well. I could eat the plaintains, Yucca fries (YUMMMMM!!!), and the rice. All the beans either had wheat or dairy in them. I love Yucca fries and went back for a second serving. It’s nice to know that we have the quick option at DD, and that is was really inexpensive.
Afterwards we went to Baby Cakes and spend lots of money on pumpkin and banana bread, cookie sandwiches, and cupcakes.
[…] The Artist’s Palette. We had eaten there before during Marathon Weekend where I had gotten a “flatbread pizza” with balsamic zucchini and tomatoes (which wasn’t that good), but we needed a quick breakfast one morning, so that is where we […]