Marquee signage for Roundup Rodeo BBQ restaurant, located in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, has been uncovered.
Roundup Rodeo BBQ Marquee
As you can see, the marquee looks almost exactly like the concept art shared by Disney with the exception of a few details. Stinky Pete has been added to the backdrop next to Buttercup, the unicorn. Bullseye, the horse, is now standing on top of different blocks than those seen in the concept art.
The sign has hanging lanterns that resemble the kerosene type used for camping. “Roundup Rodeo” is designed to look like part of a playset, while “BBQ” has been added by Andy. A cutout of Bullseye is to the left of the sign.
“BBQ” is put together with a mixture of styles, including a letter “b” written with crayon and the letter “q” covered in glitter.
Another sign is styled like a page torn from a spiral bound notebook, including a drawing presumably made by Andy of a place setting featuring a fork, a spoon, and a plate with the words “Giddyup for Barbecue!” surrounded by 3 stars. It has a Little Green Man sticker helping to hold it on the Tinker Toy post.
Pictured above is the concept art for the restaurant, including the marquee.
About Roundup Rodeo BBQ
Roundup Rodeo BBQ is inspired by Pixar’s “Toy Story 2,” where fans learn the history of Woody’s past and his TV show called “Woody’s Roundup.”
With the restaurant near completion, Disney recently gave guests a full video tour of the inside. Keeping with the theming in Toy Story Land, guests of the park can feel like one of Andy’s toys, dining inside a big playset.
It’s designed to look like Andy built it with corrugated cardboard, tape, string, and other craft materials appearing to hold the restaurant together. Crayon-style art is on the inside and outside.
This family-style restaurant is currently accepting reservations for future dates, and meal prices range from $35 to $59.99 for adults. We recently shared the entire menu, including photos.
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