036 - 5/13/10

In exactly one month, I will be on a plane headed for Florida! I honestly cannot wait for this month to be over! Do any of you have any ideas for what I should do with J? I'm completely stuck. This ABCs business is way more difficult than I thought. Oddly enough, I've gotten all the crazy letters like Q and Z figured out. Today, however, is the letter I! I apologize that so many of my posts are about food, but I like to eat!



My New Year’s Resolution this year was to stop eating fast food, but In-N-Out is my weakness. If only there were any within a day’s drive from here! Honestly, In-N-Out is hands down, my favorite place to eat. I always get a number two, no tomato - with onions and animal style fries. If you’ve never eaten there, I suggest you try it. If you have eaten there, I’m sure you understand how delicious it is. The closest one to Carnegie is about a ten minute drive, and the area is a little sketchy. I loved going at midnight with a car full of people, but that’s usually when the drive thru lines are the longest. If you’re wondering what I’m even talking about right now, google it. Animal style is the way to go. The menu is simple, but their “not so secret menu” has some pretty good things on it. Boy oh boy do I miss those burgers and fries.

Inn Between

Between Main Street USA and Tomorrowland, there is a large CM eatery known as the Inn Between. I’m assuming it has that name because it is in between the two lands. This is probably the nicest of CM dining options, next to the Eat Ticket (I’ll talk about that when we get to T) of course. The Inn Between seems to have the most variety of food, at least from what I remember. They have a grill, for burgers and such, as well as a salad/wrap station and an always changing menu of specials. There is also a nice selection of quick food, like pre-packaged salads and snack foods. I loved getting the daily special for about $2 I believe. My favorite were the enchiladas. The chicken sandwich was pretty good too. If you’re working in Tomorrowland, Main Street USA, or even the main costuming building, this is probably your best bet for a decent meal. The building has two or three time clocks around it, as well as a really large eating area. There is seating inside, as well as on the porch. Below the porch is more seating, which is usually were the smokers like to hang out. If you look closely at this picture, you can see the Inn Between. It’s slightly to the left of the middle of the picture.


jazmine; said...


When I get back west, I'm going to be eating a double-double protein style, fries, and a pink lemonade.


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