Reservations now open for Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Disney's Hollywood Studios

Feb 21, 2023 in "Roundup Rodeo BBQ"

Posted: Tuesday February 21, 2023 5:30am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Reservations are now open for Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Disney's Hollywood Studios opening March 23 2023 at Walt Disney World.

Reservations for Roundup Rodeo BBQ can be made via My Disney Experience or the Disney website. Operating hours are 10:45am through to park close.

Lunch and dinner are both priced at $45 per adult, and $25 for ages 3-9.

At Roundup Rodeo BBQ, Andy has created a new rodeo arena for all of his favorite toys, featuring game pieces and iconic “Toy Story” characters, stickers and more. Imagineers worked closely with Disney Pixar Animation Studios to bring the space to life, developing unique designs and artwork that can only be found in the restaurant. “We are thrilled to work with our partners at Disney Pixar Animation Studios to create this unforgettable dining experience that blends great food, storytelling and whimsy,” said Ben van Beusekom, senior artisan specialist, Walt Disney Imagineering. “A visit to this special place is a must for Toy Story fans who have come to love Andy and his toys as much as we do.”

When guests step into Roundup Rodeo BBQ, they become Andy’s honorary toys. Arriving in the dining room, they enter a scene depicting a toy rodeo in full swing and come face-to-face with life-size figures. Jessie and Trixie take the reins in the first dining space, while Bo Peep and her sheep command center stage in the second. 

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Coaster LoverMay 05, 2023

Just not complete unless John Ratzenberger is your waiter...

MagicHappens1971Apr 28, 2023

It actually gets turned into fuel for the Disney busses.

No NameApr 28, 2023

Is that a problem? There’s no shortages of food.

JohnDApr 26, 2023

I have to admit, the overhead PA system stuff was clever especially when "Andy's coming"? Everyone - servers and guests - all pause. It's actually fun.

pdude81Apr 26, 2023

Well the non-teachers might appreciate having a big, over-themed room. Or not. While you shouldn't eat glue, I would suggest the adults drink the PB&J.

The Great GonzoApr 26, 2023

The atmosphere is a bit disappointing. It looks like my old kindergarten room... which isn't a good thing. I've got some bad memories from that place. Did you know you're not supposed to eat a whole supersized jar of elmers paste?

JohnDApr 26, 2023

When I say a lot, I mean A LOT.

AylaApr 26, 2023

How nice they throw away wasted food they don't need to give you in the first place. 🙄

JohnDApr 20, 2023

I suspect you'll still get more food than you can eat. It's a LOT.

NelleBelleApr 20, 2023

As vegetarians, we are definitely looking forward to trying the vegetarian offerings. Looks like they have a lot and the reviews have been pretty good.

ToTBellHopApr 20, 2023

I enjoyed the food but we agreed we wouldn’t spend over $200 to eat there again. You can find better BBQ elsewhere at WDW. Sides were good, though, and we liked the theming in there. It was a fun time. You definitely don’t leave hungry.

JohnDApr 20, 2023

So here is my quick review. I went solo and the amount of food you get is the same whether a party of one or a party of five. They assure me they compost what isn't eaten. Anyway, here is what you get (drinks are separate): A minimum of three biscuits Three separate salads A skillet of chicken, brisket, ribs, and sausage Your choice of 4 of 6 or 7 sides, each in a large bowl. I chose corn on the cob, potato salad, baked beans, and Mac and cheese. Your choice of up to 4 or 5 small cups of dessert. I choose cheesecake, apple pie, and tort, similar to mousse. For a party of two, why pay $90? $45 is plenty for two or even more. You can't, BTW. The cost is per person. Food is great but too much for one person. You've been warned.

Magenta PantherApr 01, 2023

Some people diss on Applebee's, but it makes a great Perfect Margarita.

MisterPenguinMar 31, 2023

Have we found a Pixar Ball, Luxor Lamp, or Pizza Express car yet, too?