I'd be down for this they would need more seating, but very much be happy with thisMaybe Popeye's chicken sandwich only (no fried chicken), which I think is better than Chick-fil-A. Or local favorites like Dave's Hot Chicken or Howlin' Ray's.
I don't think the LudoBird kitchen is big enough to support Popeyes' full menu so perhaps just the regular/spicy chicken sandwiches and sides, although I sort of feel a large fast food chain should go upstairs at CityFood.I'd be down for this they would need more seating, but very much be happy with this
EdiT...Just sandwitches? No way give me the menu
This makes so much sense and, if it's the case, I'm glad to see it. I think it's so silly that people will travel hundreds, if not thousands of miles, just to eat the same food they eat at home. I'd definitely be down to see more regional flavors on CityWalk.Regional chains seem to be the rage lately (The Habit, Pinks, and VooDoo leading the charge), and I'm okay with that over a national chain I can get literally anywhere else.
It could be, but I think it's more likely that there isn't enough space behind the counter and in the restaurant to stay properly distanced from one another. I never tried the Poke place, so I'm not sure what their set-up was like, but I remember things being pretty cramped in Panda Express.On a side note, anyone know why Panda at Citywalk hasn't opened? Is that possibly going away as well? Again, total speculation, but it wouldn't surprise me. Extended closures seem to be an ominous sign. Same with the Poke place.
Don’t see a issue if people are taking their masks off to take a pic as long as they are 6 feet away from you. And let’s be honest nobody is following the markers anywhere. The only markers people follow is the distance marker. To me a marker that says to go one way and another is nonsense.I stopped by Citywalk today for a short visit. Must say, I was disappointed by the number of people not following guidelines and the lack of enforcement. Multiple people walking the wrong way against the markers. A few people taking off face masks for photos. Security guards conversing in a walk way blocking guest flow.
I was so impressed by my first trip back that this is a let down. Also the entrance/exit into Citywalk from Jurassic parking was the same narrow corridor. C’mon Universal!
The walking was also common sense. People walking on the left side of pathways against on coming “traffic”.Don’t see a issue if people are taking their masks off to take a pic as long as they are 6 feet away from you. And let’s be honest nobody is following the markers anywhere. The only markers people follow is the distance marker. To me a marker that says to go one way and another is nonsense.