People love going to Disney because it’s a world that anyone can enter and escape all reality, but what adds to this experience is that you actually get to travel back in time with some of Disney’s wonderful restaurants. Some of these interesting places include the classic Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater and the more laid back 50’s Prime Time Café. The Sci-Fi is one of my families most favorite restaurants because you get to experience a drive-in theater to its fullest extent. Your family and you are seated by your host/hostess in a convertible 50’s car that is conveniently parked in front of a super-sized screen playing 50’s and 60’s monster flicks, but between these monster flicks there are old cartoons such as Tom and Jerry that the kids will most definitely love.
If you have little ones in your party then a definite must have is a light up Buzz Lightyear or Tinkerbell clip to put on your child’s beverage. Since it’s so dark in the theater either of these clips makes the experience more magical for the little ones. This is a guaranteed pleaser for the kids!
In my opinion the food is out of this world. Yummy yummy in your tummy for sure! The milkshakes are fantastic, the burgers will rock your socks, and the pasta is delicious. Between the ambiance and the food this is a great place to relax after a long day of walking in the park.
So girls get out your poodle skirts! It’s time to travel back to the 50‘s to start dining. Would you like some of Mama’s home styled fried chicken with some mashed potatoes on the side and a root beer float to wash it down? Or would you like to relax for a few minutes with an ice cold beer? Either or you’ll completely forget who you are, where you came from, and where you live. Actually, you’ll be having such a blast that you’ll forget you’re even in Disney. You’ll be convinced that it’s 1956 on a warm summer afternoon. Pleasantville? That’s not a movie. It’s reality! As you eat, and debate with yourself about if Scotty actually beamed you up or not, you’ll have a small TV by your side playing 50’s sitcoms such as I Love Lucy. All of these small, but obvious details are what cause such a confusing yet memorable place. I can guarantee you that your host/hostess will have you rolling on the floor in laughter because in the 50’s Prime Time Café you have to follow Mama’s rules. No elbows allowed on the table or leaving those pesky vegetables on your plate. The pictures you take here will serve as proof to your neighbors that you went in your time traveling DeLorean to do the Jitterbug in the 50’s.