The 50's Prime Time Café is a restaurant at Disney's Hollywood Studios, one of the four main theme parks at Walt Disney World. The restaurant replicates the kitsch of a 1950s diner. The waitresses dress similarly to Leave It to Beaver character June Cleaver, and each acts as though she is the mother of the guests she is serving. While eating, guests watch 1950s television shows such as Leave It to Beaver and Topper on black-and-white televisions.Menu items include chicken pot pie, pot roast, fried chicken, meatloaf, and milkshakes. The 50's Prime Time Café opened in 1989. Two years later, another theme restaurant opened at the park: the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant; the 50's Prime Time Café had garnered much success, and Disney hoped that another restaurant that had a strong emphasis on theme would have a similar level of success. The Sci-Fi Dine-In initially received little interest, but, within five weeks of opening, it was serving between 1,500 and 2,000 meals on a daily basis, just as the 50's Prime Time Café was doing. These restaurants are two of the four in the park that offer table service, the others being the Hollywood Brown Derby and Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano. In the book Walt Disney World Resort: Also Includes Seaworld and Central Florida, Corey Sandler writes that the 50's Prime Time Café ties with the Beaches and Cream Soda Shop at Disney's Beach Club Resort for the best milkshakes in Walt Disney World.
Journey into Narnia: Prince Caspian Distance: 0.1 miCompetitive Analysis PO BOX 420508 Orlando, FL 32830
Journey into Narnia: Prince Caspian was a one-room walk-through style attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park at Walt Disney World Resort, which opened on June 27, 2008. It replaced "Journey into Narnia: Creating The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe"", which closed on January 1, 2008.Guests begin their adventure in the waiting queue where their knowledge of the Narnia stories is tested by trivia questions appearing on screens. Next, guests enter into the pre-show area where you view behind-the-scenes footage featuring the film's director, Andrew Adamson.Passing through a rockwork archway, you enter Aslan's Stone Table Chamber, the underground vault where Aslan sacrificed himself in the first movie. Guests stood amidst stone carvings in one of the most pivotal sets in the series and the film The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.There guests saw a short edited clip from the movie. Multiple screens, dimensional sound and in-theater effects enhance the scene of Peter and Edmond's temptation to use the power of the White Witch against the evil King Miraz to win back Caspian's rightful place on the throne.Finally, the walkthrough concludes with a look at the authentic concept art and storyboards that contributed to bringing the motion picture to life, as well as some of the actual props and costumes used by the cast and crew during the making of the film."Journey into Narnia: Prince Caspian" closed on September 10, 2011. The attraction was replaced by The Legend Of Captain Jack Sparrow, opened on December 6, 2012.