The AMC Theater at Walt Disney World's Downtown Disney has launched a new range of "Dine-In" screens, which enable to guests to eat a meal while they watch a movie.
The Disney Parks Blog reports that six theatres at the complex have been converted into Dine-In Theaters, which offer restaurant-style dining options with seat-side service. Guests are able to reserve seating for movie screenings, and can then call servers at any time by pressing a notification button. Ticket prices range from $6-13.
The menu offered by the Dine-In Theaters includes typical fare such as burgers and pizzas, alongside desserts and candy. Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are served alongside the food.
The upgrade to the AMC Theatre comes as Walt Disney World is attempting to revitalise the Downtown Disney retail and entertainment district. In November 2010, the resort announced plans to convert the Pleasure Island section into a new themed area dubbed Hyperion Wharf. The nostically-themed area is due to be completed by 2013, and will aim to recreate the look and atmosphere of a 20th century port city and amusement pier.