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Green Eggs & Ham Menu Update

Joe

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Feb 15, 2012
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I could never understand why one of the most prominent restaurants in the park - based on a beloved book - always remained closed. Hope this a sign of more consistent operation.
Lots of small factors I think. Bad menu, bad food, recession/tourism drop, front of the park so when people are actually hungry they're in the back of the park, etc.
 

Brian G.

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Jan 21, 2008
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*insert rhyming of pizza tots*

Must try... For science. Set to open Sunday from what I understand.

I've never ever seen it open on any of my many vacations. ....Will this be like the Wimpy's rebirth, that lasted shorter than it takes to cook a burger ;):lol:?
I think Wimpy's suffered from being another burger place.
 

soilsigh

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Mar 11, 2018
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Has anyone else seen the Green Eggs and Ham TV series on netflix yet? I really enjoyed season 1 and the characters. Even though it is netflix, I think it is warner animation, which might make it difficult to use it in the parks. It would be a nice addition to make a character meet & greet close to the restaurant. I would love some character pics!!! I think it would also help increase food sales if there is another reason for people to group there by the food stand. Of course, the show is new and may need some time to gain some popularity. If you haven't seen it yet, I would highly recommend it!!
 
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s8film40

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I think one thing this has going in favor of it being a more “permanent” thing is they actually repainted “tots” onto the building itself. They didn’t just slap a new menu up.
 

shiekra38

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Dec 13, 2009
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I could never understand why one of the most prominent restaurants in the park - based on a beloved book - always remained closed. Hope this a sign of more consistent operation.
9/11 and green meat

The tots are a great snack food tbh...I think they're running with the Food & Wine/HHN idea of providing unique quick service snack options beyond churros and pretzels...Another example is the random waffle cart in NY or the cotton candy place in Suess
 

Magic Feather

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Apr 19, 2019
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9/11 and green meat

The tots are a great snack food tbh...I think they're running with the Food & Wine/HHN idea of providing unique quick service snack options beyond churros and pretzels...Another example is the random waffle cart in NY or the cotton candy place in Suess
I am 100% down for this. Fun, cute, and good snacks are the main culinary area that I feel Disney has a leg up on a Universal with (not that it’s a competition). I personally think this drough it why Voodoo gets so much attention, as it is the main thing that serves that catergory at UOR (plus, the price & flavor is right)
 

shiekra38

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Dec 13, 2009
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Florida
I am 100% down for this. Fun, cute, and good snacks are the main culinary area that I feel Disney has a leg up on a Universal with (not that it’s a competition). I personally think this drough it why Voodoo gets so much attention, as it is the main thing that serves that catergory at UOR (plus, the price & flavor is right)
Yes, part of the dining plan is a "snack" technically...You really only have a few options

More unique snacks is a wise move
 
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