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Rosen Shin­gle Creek of­fers a 25 per­cent dis­count to Florida Res­i­dents for their Thanks­giv­ing Day Buf­fet at Café Osce­ola. The view of the grounds is im­pres­sive; the view of the buf­fet is bet­ter. Un­lim­ited mi­mosas and cham­pagne make for a well-lu­bri­cated meal, along with hol­i­day fa­vorites.

Rosen Cen­tre’s elab­o­rate all- day brunch goes from turkey and stuff­ing to omelet, waf­fle, pasta and paella sta­tions, Maine lob­ster bisque and mar­ket sal­ads. Fea­tured are spe­cial­ties from var­i­ous Cen­tre restau­rants—98Forty’s mango crab “mar­ti­nis” and Ban­shoo’s Sushi Bar’s Cal­i­for­nia rolls. Not to men­tion am­ple desserts in­clud­ing a chocolate fon­due foun­tain. Prices in­clude valet park­ing, cham­pagne and mi­mosas and all Rosen buf­fets of­fer meals free to kids un­der four.

And if food isn’t en­ter­tain­ing enough, stick around for the ice A Mu­si­cal Feast At celebrity chef Kevin Dun­don’s Dis­ney Springs eatery, you can en­joy (paradoxically), a to­tally au­then­tic Thanks­giv­ing spread— granted, with some wholly Ir­ish em­bel­lish­ments. A con­tin­ual Or­lando Mag­a­zine Din­ing Awards Best Restau­rant win­ner, Raglan Road ac­com­pa­nies al­most ev­ery­thing with a song and a fast dance, and Thanks­giv­ing Day is no ex­cep­tion. While the reg­u­lar menu is

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