Disney World’s most unusual restaurant arranges mock-ups of 1950s automobiles before a silver screen showing a loop of B-movie clips and trailers. Couples sit side-by-side, like at a real drive-in movie, stars twinkle in the “sky,” and families get their own booths. It’s a brilliant idea, but it was better when there were roller-skating carhops. Food quality is iffy. Dishes include burgers, salmon or chicken pasta, turkey sandwiches, and wedge salads. Entrees $19‒$25.