ORLANDO, Fla – Our look into the soon-to-be completed, Toy Story Land, coming to Disney's Hollywood Studios, just became more complete.
Disney Parks Blog on Tuesday released the first image and description of a planned restaurant area within "Toy Story Land" that will be called "Woody's Lunch Box."
In line with the overall theme of shrinking guests to toy-size in "Toy Story Land," this section of the park will be designed to create the feeling of walking through "Toy Story" character Andy's backyard. In the "Toy Story" films, Andy is the owner of the toys that come to life whenever he leaves the room.
"Strewn about with some of Andy's favorite toys and items from his lunch," the area will use what looks like his "lunch box and thermos to create a walk-up quick-service window that will serve up tasty meals and old-fashioned soda floats."
"Toy Story Land" is expected to be completed within Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World in Orlando in the summer of 2018.
Previously announced attractions that will also make up "Toy Story Land" include "Slinky Dog Dash" and "Alien Swirling Saucers." For more information on the two of those, "Woody's Lunch Box," or "Toy Story Land," visit disneyparks.disney.go.com.