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Disney World’s Toy Story Land Is Getting a Restaurant Called Woody’s Lunch Box

It looks like something straight out of the hit movie

Artist concept only
Disney/Disney Parks Blog

Disney’s Imagineers are fast at work building a Toy Story-themed extension of Disney World Hollywood Studios that will include a quick-service restaurant called Woody’s Toy Box. The Mouse House released a rending of the colorful canteen this week — it looks like a gigantic tin lunch box with a thermos counterpart.

Woody’s will be a counter-service establishment offering “old fashioned soda floats” plus other fare. Disney has yet to announce what will make up the bulk of the menu, but Mini Babybel cheese will probably be part of the equation, because the dairy product company is a partner in this new endeavor. (If you look closely at the rendering above, you will see that one of the little green army dudes is holding a gigantic round of Mini Babybel.) Perhaps the menu will include a sandwich inspired by the lovable talking pig, Hamm, or a twice-baked version of Mr. Potato Head. Andy, the owner of all the toys, is technically old enough to be a millennial npw, so maybe the menu will include a quinoa bowl or some avocado toast. Only time will tell.

In other Disney food news, the theme park gurus are also working on a spaceship restaurant at Epcot Center, which is slated to open sometime in the next year, and an intergalactic cantina for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, debuting in 2019.

First Look at Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land [Disney Parks]
Get a First Look at Walt Disney World’s Toy Story Land Restaurant [People]

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