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Yucatan Base Camp Grill

Yucatan Base Camp Grill

Dine at an archeological excavation site

Archeologists excavating the ancient ruins here have opened part of their base camp to hungry visitors. The Yucatan Base Camp Grill is the place to be for tasty delights. Dig into the smoked dishes here before continuing on your explorations of ancient wonders.

 

  • Counter Service
  • Seating capacity: about 690

Children's menu available
Alcoholic beverages available

Guests planning to operate a vehicle and persons under age 20 are prohibited by law from drinking alcoholic beverages.

Hosted by: Prima Meat Packers, Ltd.

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Lost River Cookhouse

Lost River Cookhouse

Hungry explorers all go to this... tool shack!?

This shack was originally used to keep the excavation team's tools. But the excavators worked all day every day and never put their tools away. A few enterprising cooks took the abandoned shack over and turned it into a cookhouse. The light meals they serve are delicious and perfect for filling the bellies of hungry explorers.

 

  • Counter Service
  • Seating capacity: about 30

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Miguel's El Dorado Cantina

Miguel's El Dorado Cantina

High-spirited friends gather in this cantina

Those in search of the legendary city of gold, El Dorado, gather in this restaurant serving tortillas and other Mexican-style dishes.
The owner Michael ("Miguel" in Spanish) also came here with dreams of hitting it rich. He never found a mountain of gold, but he found success when he established this place where his friends can gather and relax.
  • Counter Service
  • Seating capacity: about 600

Alcoholic beverages available

Guests planning to operate a vehicle and persons under age 20 are prohibited by law from drinking alcoholic beverages.

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Expedition Eats

Expedition Eats

The best quick bite in the jungle

A team of architects left the jungle in a hurry and the truck they left behind was taken over by the locals. The truck, once used to transport supplies around the jungle, was converted by one enterprising man into the food stand you see today. The snack prepared in the old converted truck is real popular with the explorers. Try for yourself, and you'll know why!

 

  • Wagon

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Tropic Al's

Tropic Al's

Under a tree where a chatty bird once roosted

Al the chatterbox toucan bird once roosted here. He flew away one day, but when a food wagon was set up under the tree he always perched in, everyone called the place "Tropic Al's" in his memory. Come reinforce yourself with some jungle snacks and be as energetic as good old Al!

 

  • Wagon
  • Seating capacity: about 40
  • Closed during certain seasons and times of the day.

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