Sci-Fi Themed Restaurant Captures the Charm of 1950s Drive-In Theaters

The Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant will transport you to a different time period the moment you step across its box office-themed entrance. The restaurant itself was designed to look like a classic 1950s drive-in theater, with quintessential convertibles and all. While enjoying their meal, visitors are invited to watch clips from old B-movies on the establishment's large projection screen. Attack of the 50 Foot Woman and Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster are just two of the many selections that guests can look forward to watching.

From the comfort of their convertible booths, diners can expect to be served dinner and a live show. While some of the servers wear roller skates and act as carhops, others improvise characters. A popular persona at the entertaining eatery is a police officer searching for people who may have snuck into the theater without paying. If you're headed to Florida's Walt Disney World theme park, you can check out the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant for yourself while you take a break from the rides.

Above photo source: Norm Lanier

Photo Source: Walt Disney World

Photo source: Joe Penniston

Photo source: Touring Plans Blog

Photo source: Amelia Gapin

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant: Website
via [Amusing Planet]

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