I've always been a big dinosaur geek since I was little, so my opinion may be biased. However, my wife, sister and brothrt-in-law all liked T-Red better as well.Glad you liked it BigAl, I've been there twice now and really enjoyed it both times. We had very good service and the food was good too!
I agree. My wife was going to build a dino but then decided against it because it would just collect dust once we got it home. I really wanted to get a coffee mug, but all of them had the cartoon-ish dinos on them. Couldn't they have mugs with scientific sketches of a triceratops? t-rex? stegosaurus? Is that too much to ask?I was also impressed with T-Rex... except for the store, not much there unless you want to Build-A-Dino.
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Thanks for the little report, but now I'm hungry!We went a couple weeks back and really loved it actually.
We had a 45 minute wait on a Wednesday night. But it really wasn't so bad because you can kill 45 minutes in WoD EASY!
Plus I got to meet up with Sledge & Beachgurl for a bit :D
My son got a kick out of his half yard icee, thought he was all special having the biggest drink at the table.
We sat right by the Wooly Mammoths in a comfy spacious booth.
I thought the food was pretty good actually. I had the chicken salad crossiant sandwich, had tarragon in it like my dad makes it, so I really liked it.
The hubs got the appetizer sampler as his meal which was onion rings, a cheddar jack queso dip and chips, quesadillas and bruschetta. All pretty yum.
I was impressed that is wasn't ALL fried crap like most samplers are.
It's not very pricey at all (at least by my standards). I looked at the T-Rex website. They have the menu for Orlando in pdf format but they left off the prices (that way they can make adjustments as needed I guess).Can anyone tell me what you guys usually pay for your total bill there? I'm thinking about going here on my birthday and want to know the pricing.