The evening sun falls over the Restaurantosaurus trailer extension.
There's all kinds of detail surrounding the Restaurantosaurus sign over the main entrance. Look close for tiny dinosaurs.
The Mac and Cheese Hot Dog at Restaurantosaurus also includes tiny bread crumbs sprinkled on top, for just a bit of added texture.
One of the many small details on a mantel at Restaurantosaurus.
Looking at the order and food pickup lines from the west side of the restaurant.
The main west-side dining area at Restaurantosaurus is spacious (for a counter service location), with the tables being a good bit apart.
The self-serve, free refill, drink area on the west side of Restaurantosaurus.
The toppings bar and seating on the west side of Animal Kingdom's Restaurantosaurus.
Another one of the dinosaur details that are placed throughout the restaurant.
The selection and food pick up area is in the center of the restaurant. This was shot standing in the east end of the location, looking south-west.
The toppings bar on the east-end of Restaurantosaurus.
The north-east end of the dining area provides just as much room as the west-end.
The entrance to another speciality room, "the hip joint" is on the left hand side of this photo.
The east-end, self serve drink refill station at Restaurantosaurus.
Here's a view of Restaurantosaurus' "the hip joint" seating area, with the trailer seating cut-away in the back.
In the back of "the hip joint" area, at the southern most point at Restaurantosaurus, you'll find this prized "trailer" seating spot, complete with juke box.
There are two seating areas in the trailer at Restaurantosaurus.
Back on the west-side of Restaurantosaurus, there is another well themed seating "tube" area.
Another look down the "tube" with the "tent" room on the right side of the photo.
There are a couple of "tent" themed rooms off the right hand side of the "tube" at Restaurantosaurus.
One of the specialty rooms at Restaurantosaurus is themed like a paleontologist's tent.
The front entrance of Animal Kingdom's Restaurantosaurus, in the morning hours.
The front entrance to Restaurantosaurus at Animal Kingdom.