We consider the Sci-Fi an attraction, not a dining
destination: The concept is fun, but the prices are too high for what you
get. Stick with simple fare (the Reuben is delicious), fill up on appetizers,
or just order a shake or hot-fudge sundae. If you must try Sci-Fi, we recommend
making late-afternoon or late-evening Advance Reservations.
Otherwise, try walking in around 11 a.m. or 3 p.m.
Setting and Atmosphere
Walk through the doors and into the back of a
simulated soundstage; then round the corner into a stage set that re-creates
a drive-in from the 1950s, with faux classic cars instead of tables.
Hop in, order, and watch campy black-and-white clips. Servers, some on
roller skates, take your order from the driver’s seat.
Same menu at lunch and dinner, with everything from
burgers to pasta and New York strip.
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