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Port of Entry is not like any port you’d find sailing around the world; however, you will see some of the same dining experiences that you’d come to expect while traveling. Confisco Grille is the land’s only full-service restaurant, but Starbucks is constantly packed throughout the day. Croissant Moon Bakery is the place to stop for any baked goods throughout the day, but Cinnabon and Arctic Express can also cure your cravings for something sweet.
At the front of the park lies one of two full service restaurant options available, the other being Mythos, but Confisco Grille isn’t a bad place to have a casual meal. The menu is reasonably priced and includes salads, soups, fajitas, pasta, burgers, sandwiches and more. Specialty menus are released throughout the year increasing the amount of options and keeping the menu items fresh.
The first Starbucks in Islands of Adventure is a great place to stop in the morning for caffeine needs along with a variety of pastry choices and other snacks throughout the day.
Croissant Moon Bakery
Croissant Moon Bakery is a good place to stop as you enter the park in the morning if you are looking for pastries and breakfast sandwiches. Later on in the day, you can find deli sandwiches, panini and other freshly made options.
If you missed the Cinnabon during your walk through CityWalk then you have another chance to grab a fresh, out-of-the-oven cinnamon roll and coffee in this Port of Entry location. Cinnabon cinnamon rolls are also a delicious, unhealthy, treat throughout the entire day.
Arctic Express is a simple little stand that opens up in the afternoon where you can find ice cream in freshly made waffle cones, sundaes, funnel cakes, floats and other refreshments.
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