Disney's Toy Story Land is getting a rodeo-themed BBQ restaurant


Disney World's Toy Story Land is getting a rodeo-themed barbecue   restaurant soon at Hollywood Studios.

The new table-service restaurant will be called "Roundup Rodeo BBQ" and will be located in the backyard of Andy, the boy who owns Woody, Buzz and all the other toys in the original Toy Story movie. The restaurant is supposed to look like three cardboard boxes that Andy has taped together into a colorful rodeo arena and filled with his favorite toys and games.

According to Disney:
"Once inside, you'll be surrounded by all of the rodeo festivities in-action as well as western town and train station play sets.

And you just might spot some of your favorite Disney Pixar characters scattered throughout the restaurant in the form of toys and game pieces including a toy version of Jessie riding on the back of a Trixie pull-toy and unique toy versions of Bo Peep and her sheep, all who appear to be performing in the rodeo together.

This immersive restaurant will surround guests with a kaleidoscope of toys, games, and playsets, providing yet another unique, fun, family-friendly dining experience that could only be had in Toy Story Land."

Toy Story Land already has one major themed restaurant at Woody's Lunch Box, which offers sandwiches, lunch box tarts and breakfast bowls.

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