PHOTOS - A look at Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Toy Story Land at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Aug 05, 2020 in "Roundup Rodeo BBQ"

Roundup Rodeo BBQ construction - August 2020
Posted: Wednesday August 5, 2020 9:00am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Here is quick look at the latest progress on the upcoming Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Toy Story Land at Disney's Hollywood Studios.

The main building is clearly visible from within the land

Looking at concept art of the entrance, we can expect minimal theming to disguise the box structure.

Original plans called for a 2020 opening, but it remains uncertain how that will be impacted by COVID-19.

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danlb_200013 hours ago

It's taking this long not because it couldn't be built faster, but because Disney doesn't want it to be built faster.

Patcheslee16 hours ago

They installed them, but keep running off when humans aren't around.

OG Runner18 hours ago

It really is funny how long it has taken for this restaurant. Rides you understand, but a small restaurant. It must be hard to install those cut out toys. 😂

G00fyDad19 hours ago

They're still working on their 5 year plan with this thing.

Schweino19 hours ago

So is this still on track to open this year? My 8ball says doubtful.

MagicHappens19714 days ago

The current kitchen for this place is a joke

cjkeating4 days ago

Can't believe they even underbuilt the kitchen as well seating area. The budget cuts to this land were such a joke.

CalebS5 days ago

FTFY

RSoxNo15 days ago

I can't wait for the 2024 D23 Expo when they bring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen out on stage to announce that this restaurant will open in Summer 2025.

J45469 days ago

we will see how quick the new major restaraunt in paris studios is built, it will certainly be a centerpeice for the park.

GladToBeHear9 days ago

Both of you are correct.

lazyboy97o9 days ago

This thing has never been a quick moving project.

preludevtec019 days ago

When it's a money maker. Like a new restaurant, shop, or hotel; Disney sure makes them pop up fast. Then attractions take 3-6 years to come to fully develop. As everyone knows, they only care about the bottom dollar now-a-days.