5. Corn Dog Nuggets (Casey’s Corner)
The corn dog nuggets at Casey’s Corner are a great go-to for those times when you just can’t decide what to eat. They are simple yet enjoyable, and they’re quite easy to eat while walking or sitting on a curb waiting for fireworks. To top it all off, they are a pretty safe bet for anyone with a picky child to feed. After all, who doesn't love corn dogs?
6. Lobster Roll (Columbia Harbor House)
Eating quick-service seafood in a theme park may seem like risky business to some, but those who have given Columbia Harbor House in Liberty Square a chance know there is no risk involved here. This gem of a restaurant manages to serve up quality seafood in an efficient manner that never ceases to amaze.
While most of the options at Columbia Harbor House can only be enjoyed at a table, the lobster roll can be taken for a stroll by any person with a bit of multitasking talent. This sandwich includes large chunks of lobster and crisp, fresh vegetables. Though it may take a bit more work to eat on-the-go, it is well worth the extra effort in the end.
7. Chicken Parmesan Sandwich (Pinocchio Village Haus)
If you’re a fan of Italian food, you’ll definitely enjoy Pinocchio Village Haus. Like Columbia Harbor House, this particular eatery doesn't really cater to the grab-and-go crowd; most of their menu consists of flatbreads, which are quite difficult to eat when there is no table involved.
That said, the chicken parmesan sandwich is a wonderful cross between travel-friendly food and traditional Italian flavor. If you enjoy chicken parmesan served with pasta, you will enjoy this sandwich—and being a sandwich, it isn’t too hard to take on the go.