Watch out for that meteor!! Look out for that Brontosaurus tail!! Is that Octopus moving?! T-Rex is the place for prehistoric fun and mega-sized eats. This sister to the Rainforest Cafe is packed with visual excitement.

While the food here isn’t the best on property, it certainly isn’t bad, and what you’re really paying for is the experience. After all, have you ever dined in a prehistoric ice cave that changes colors? Didn’t think so.

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Service: Table-Service

Type of Food: American

Location: Disney Springs, Marketplace

Disney Dining Plan: Yes

Tables in Wonderland: No

Official Disney Menu

T-Rex Lunch/Dinner Menu
T-Rex Kid’s Menu

With ribs, chicken, burgers, and a full bar, everyone’s happy!
Full Menu

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Important Info:

  • There are lots of fun activities for kids, as well as a kids menu.
  • Every few minutes, you’ll experience a meteor shower in the meteor room!
  • There’s a huge Octopus over the main bar area; watch it for a bit — it really moves!

Famous Dishes: Brachiosaurus Bruschetta, Layers of the Earth Lasagna, prehistoric pizzas, the Gigantosaurus Burger, and the Chocolate Extinction dessert.

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