T – REX is a 1-credit restaurant on the Disney Dining Plan , but does not accept Tables in Wonderland. However, it does offer a 10% Annual Passholder discount.
This restaurant opened at Downtown Disney (DTD) at Walt Disney World in Florida on October 14th.
Dress is informal at all the restaurants within the theme parks, but Disney has a “business casual” dress code for some of its resort restaurants : dress slacks (or dress shorts) with a collared shirt for men and jeans, skirts, or dress shorts with a blouse or sweater (or a dress ) for women.
T. rex was a huge carnivore and primarily ate herbivorous dinosaurs , including Edmontosaurus and Triceratops . The predator acquired its food through scavenging and hunting, grew incredibly fast and ate hundreds of pounds at a time, said University of Kansas paleontologist David Burnham.
Past guests have found the food at Rainforest Café slightly better while the atmosphere at T-Rex was more appealing. They both have amazing features.
DISNEY DINING SEARCH
|Disney Dining Plan Quick Service Locations||Disney Dining Plan Table Service Locations|
|Be Our Guest Restaurant (breakfast, lunch)||The Diamond Horseshoe|
|Casey’s Corner||Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen|
|Columbia Harbour House||Liberty Tree Tavern|
|Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café||The Plaza Restaurant|
Reservations . Advance reservations are highly recommended. Learn when advance reservations can be made. To make a reservation , book online or call (407) 828-8739.
Category 1: $78 Adults, $46 Children (ages 3–9); Category 2: $74 Adults, $44 Children; Category 3: $66 Adults, $39 Children.
|Pina Colada with Bacardi Superior Rum; served in a Souvenir Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show cup||$12.75|
To make Advance Dining Reservations , go online, use the MyDisneyExperience app or call (407) WDW – DINE (939-3463).
Every bag is subject to bag check, even clear backpacks and totes. A clear bag may help speed up the search at security since it is more visible, but you will still have to go through bag check.
As part of the Disney Dress Code, guests are asked to wear proper attire including shoes and shirts at all times. Attire that is not appropriate for the parks includes (but is not limited to): Costumes and masks worn by guests age 14 or over. Clothing with obscene language or graphics.
The hardest reservation to get in Walt Disney World is dinner at The Plaza Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom.