Discovery Cove has moved to an all-inclusive model, which means that a continental breakfast and lunch are included in the price of admission. Both are served cafeteria-style at the Laguna Grill, another imposing Polynesian-style structure about halfway into the park. Although the service style may bring back memories of your high school lunch room, the food is surprisingly good if somewhat limited in choice..
There is plenty to eat, with a good selection of warm and cold entrees, side salads, soft beverages, and desserts. Anheuser-Busch beers are also available, of course. The entree salads are the fairly standard chef’s, chicken or seafood, while the hot entrees tend to be simple pasta combinations or stir fry dishes, the sorts of things that can be served up easily from a steam table. Made-to-order burgers are also available. I found the quality to be quite good although not exceptional. All seating is outdoors, most of it well shaded.
There are two beach bars located elsewhere in the park, one near the Dolphin Lagoon and the other near the stingray pool and Aviary. Here you can get soft drinks, iced tea, fruit punch, and lemonade as well as beer and wine coolers. More elaborate fruit smoothies and similar concoctions are also available, as are ice cream floats, sundaes and other “fountain treats.”
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