Lunch and dinner, $15–$30 (child $9)
Though the restaurant is usually packed and noisy, the waitstaff makes it worthwhile, nagging you just like Mom did to “Take your elbows off the table!” and “Finish every last bite!” If the place is packed, grab a spot at the bar in the equally kitschy Tune-In Lounge next door—they serve food, and they will make you a PB&J shake or a Dad’s Electric Lemonade (with vodka).
Setting and Atmosphere
Dine in a 1950s kitchen stocked with antique refrigerators, boomerang-patterned laminate tabletops, sunburst clocks, and decoupage art made from preserved fruit. Black-and-white TVs play vintage sitcom clips while you wait for your entrées; then you order dessert from a menu shown on GAF View-Master reels.
Pot roast, chicken potpie, PB&J milkshake, and other retro fare. There’s a nod to contemporary cuisine with a multigrain pasta, but it’s hard to pass up fried chicken and meat loaf.
Fifties sitcom clips on television.
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|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 1 credit
|When to go||Anytime|
|Lunch Hours||Daily, 11 a.m.-3:55 p.m.; opens at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday and Wednesday.|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 4 p.m. - park closing|