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Cheap/Inexpensive Food Near Disneyland?

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We (Mr. Pickle, PickleDude, and I) are heading to southern California in mid-October. PickleDude has never been to Disneyland, so we're planning to spend a Saturday there.

I'm looking for inexpensive (less than $10/person for an entree) places for a Friday evening dinner and a Sunday breakfast near Disneyland. I imagine we'll eat in the park on Saturday. We'll have a car, and we like pretty much everything.

Thanks!

Lee Ann

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