Set in an old-time saloon of sorts, with ornate wrought iron accents, tile work scattered throughout, heavy flamelike chandeliers, and a golden stucco interior, this sit-and-go fast-food joint serves up burgers, hot dogs, salads, a barbecue pork sandwich, and a great chicken wrap sandwich. There's also a fixin's bar full of extras. Portions are large, though, and like all other park dining options, so are the prices. Its good location -- just between Frontierland and Adventureland -- means that those traveling clockwise through the park will probably hit the area just in time for lunch. It can get very crowded at peak meal times, though there is quite a bit of indoor and outdoor seating. If you want to save a bit of time and avoid waiting in line, self-service kiosks (located to the far left of the counter) now allow you to place and pay (credit cards only) for your order yourself.
Tip: If your cravings run more toward Mexican than American, head through the indoor seating area in the back to the seasonal El Pirata y Perico, a covered outdoor snack spot featuring tacos, quesadillas, chips, and taco salad (most less than $6). It's located in Adventureland, just across from Pirates of the Caribbean.
- © Frommer's 2013
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