50’s Prime Time Café (Disney World)
Classic American comfort food,’50s kitsch and a good old-fashioned family gathering take you back to a bygone era.
An Authentically Vintage Atmosphere
It’s a blast from the past when you walk into this all-American eatery themed like Mom’s kitchen.
Bring your appetite and your sense of humor, because Mom and the extended family aren’t above giving you lessons in table etiquette—and doling out punishment to misbehaving boys and girls.
Mind Your Manners!
Pull a vinyl chair up to the Formica table and tuck into hearty home cooking like Mom’s old-fashioned pot roast, Aunt Liz’s golden fried chicken and so much more. Just make sure you wash your hands, put your napkin in your lap and keep your elbows off the table, unless you want a stern talking-to from Uncle Fred.
A True TV Dinner
For an extra-special treat, you’re allowed to watch TV while eating dinner! Take a seat at a retro TV table and enjoy black-and-white clips from popular prime-time shows circa 1955. After dinner, be sure to browse the dessert menu for sweet treats that include an incredible chocolate peanut butter layer cake and pineapple upside down cake—just like Mom’s!
Dad’s Dazzling Drinks
Kids of all ages will be “too cool for school” while sipping specialty drinks in souvenir cups with “electric ice cubes” or glowing Disney Character lights. Plus, the 21-and-over crowd can chill with classic cocktails from a bygone era!
Adults can bop on over to the Tune-In Lounge next door for additional alcoholic drink selections and more retro TV. Hungry cats can order from the full Prime Time Café menu for a totally nifty 1950’s experience that’s the bee’s knees!
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