If the shape of the Altitude Burgers roof looks familiar, that's because this location used to be called Mango Joe's. The name and logo has changed to fit in a little better with the theming of the area.
The digital menu with prices at Altitude Burgers. (Photo 2021)
There are also a few pizza options on the Altitude Burgers menu. This location is usually part of the All-Day Dining Deal program. (Photo 2021)
A wider photo shows how close the "Ice Breaker" coaster entrance is to Altitude Burgers... it's just off to the right of the counter service location.
Walking into the Altitude Burgers location reveals a fairly typical setup for SeaWorld counter service restaurants ... a winding line system where you order on one side, and pick up your food on the other.
A closer look at the counter that everyone walks by. Sooooo... there are sneeze guards, but it's pretty open. Just sayin'.
If you're looking directly at the front of Altitude Burgers, this seating area can be found on the left-hand side of the restaurant. The umbrella covered tables on the far left are popular and offer a good view of the Ice Breaker track in the background.
There is a fair amount of "roof covered" seating at Altitude Burgers, but these tables are a little closer together than the umbrella covered tables.
When the location was called Mango Joe's, there were a few seats in this area that overlooked part of the main lagoon at SeaWorld. Now however, there's a view of the Ice Breaker coaster ... sort of.
This seating area is (more or less), directly behind the main Altitude Burgers buildling.
If you're slightly claustrophobic, the seating behind the restaurant may not be the best option. Yes, it is "open" to some plants on the left and right, but the roof line is a little low and the concrete edge around the walkway makes everything feel a little tight.
The Altitude Burgers location at SeaWorld, Orlando. The coaster track just behind the building is the "Ice Breaker".