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Disney World: 50’s Prime Time Café

Following our visit to Batuu (ie Galaxy’s Edge), we made our way to have lunch at the 50’s Prime Time Café, one of my favorite restaurants at WDW.

The theme is a 1950s style kitchen and you’re waited on by your “cousin” while Mom cooks up popular dishes like fried chicken, pot roast, meat loaf, and daily Blue Plate specials.

We waited a bit longer for the “kitchen table” which has a vintage television that shows clips of famous shows from Leave it to Beaver, to Dick Van Dyke show and other classics.

For lunch, I had the sampler plate which had Mom’s fried chicken, meatloaf and pot roast, served with corn and mashed potatoes. Stephen had the pot roast and a cocktail from Dad’s liquor cabinet.

For dessert, I had a classic hot fudge sundae, while Stephen had a cheesecake. I still had a beverage to redeem so Stephen took mine, and ordered the Godiva chocolate martini.

It’s still my favorite place for lunch, and has never disappointed.

Categories: American, Disney, Florida, Food