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 (think bar and grill — burgers, pastas, chicken sandwiches) 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.
Service: Table Service
Type of Food: American
Location: Disney Springs, Marketplace
Disney Dining Plan: Yes
Tables in Wonderland: No
With ribs, chicken, burgers, and a full bar, everyone’s happy!
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- 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: Cotton-Tini (Candy Cotton cocktail), Paleozoic Chicken Sandwich, the Bronto Burger, and the Chocolate Extinction dessert
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