Restaurantasaurus in Disney’s Animal Kingdom just announced that it will convert to a “fast casual” restaurant for dinner seatings only. That means that you’ll need a reservation, but can still use your Counter Service credit. Here’s the details:
Restaurantasaurus is converting to Fast Casual and will offer a special dinner only menu that includes craft hamburgers and specialty sundaes! You’ll be able to build your own yummy sundae at the sundae bar as well!
For a fixed price, or a single counter service dining credit, you can enjoy an entree, a side dish and build your own sundaes as well as your drink selection. You’ll find gourmet burgers, chicken sandwich, a veggie burger and a salad choice. You can choose from onion rings or fries as your side item and they will offer a new dipping sauce.
Disney “When you order, you’ll receive a token that can be redeemed for a bowl with two oh-so-yummy scoops of delicious ice cream, which you can then take over to the toppings bar to build your own dig site sundae with an abundance of selections to choose from. And in addition to savoring these burgers and treats, guests will be able to color with fun dinosaur stencils while cast members entertain them with games and stories of the paleontology students who created the restaurant.
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes is available only during dinner on select nights beginning August 18 and is $22.99 plus tax for adults and $14.99 plus tax for children ages 3-9. Alcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase. This experience can also count as one quick-service meal entitlement on the Disney Dining Plan.
Quick service dining at Restaurantosaurus will still be available. Guests partaking in this new dinner experience will check in at a designated register where they will be escorted to a table in a separate dining room. Reservations will be open starting tomorrow and can be made by calling 407 WDW-DINE (407 939-3463) or by visiting the Walt Disney World Resort website. Walk-ups are welcome but subject to availability. ”
What do you think about this new dining offering?