LEGO has done an amazing job of making buildable toys for kids of all ages, and the LEGO Friends line is no exception. It features fun, creative LEGO toys that suit pretty much anything younger LEGO fans are into.
One of the newest offerings fits right into the awesome world of LEGO Friends. It’s called the LEGO Friends Drifting Diner, available at Walmart.com for just $23.99 (at time of publishing) and it’s packed with cool interactive features for your little LEGO fan.
The Drifting Diner mimics a vintage eatery with a burger grill, takeout window with a cash register, a car-shaped table with a bench and giant burger icon on the roof. That’s not all: There’s also a giant screen (with an oversized popcorn topper) for drive-in movies. That even comes with a little stand where you can prop up your own phone or tablet to play real videos for the LEGO mini-dolls, along with your child.
There’s more: The set comes with Andrea in a racing outfit and crash helmet, her go-kart, and a go-kart launcher. Dottie is also included, along with Pepper the bird.
The set definitely doesn’t shirk on the interactive fun. Your child can build the elements of the Drifting Diner as they please, and keep on playing with them once they’re assembled by grilling burgers and fries, catching drive-in movies, and launching Andrea in her go-kart.
Online reviewers are big fans of the Drifting Diner.
Fizzy Pop Toys and Reviews really digs the throwback vibe of the set. “Who doesn’t like a good old fashioned diner style burger and shake?! Mmm, I know I like them!” they wrote on Instagram. “LEGO makes some pretty awesome playsets!”
The Doll Circle points out on YouTube that the Drifting Diner is a pretty sizable set with 345 pieces. And, while the set is recommended for 6- to 12-year-olds, older kids can get into it, too. “In my opinion, it’s ageless,” she says. The overall effect of all the elements, she says, is “really, really cute…I love everything about it.”
LEGO Friends Drifting Diner is $23.99—a great deal for all the play time your LEGO fan will get out of this set.
Check out more of what the Walmart toys kid experts — and their parents — are loving from our Holiday 2018 Top Toys Guide.
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