Hollywood Studios is one of four theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort. It’s a great place to enjoy a day in the sun with your family, and it features dining options for every taste, from table service restaurants like Sci-Fi Dine In Theater Restaurant to quick service options like ABC Commissary.
With so many Hollywood Studios Restaurants, how do you decide where to eat? That’s what this article is about! We’ll take you on a tour through Hollywood Studios’ restaurant lineup and show you exactly why each spot deserves your attention.
50’s Prime Time Cafe
This is one of the few restaurants at Hollywood Studios where you can get fried chicken and waffles for breakfast. Start your day off with a Southern-style meal that will stick to your ribs! This restaurant also has an interactive TV show, “What’s My Line?” And on Fridays, it hosts trivia nights from time to time.
Hollywood Brown Derby
The Brown Derby restaurant is located in the heart of what was once known as “Hollywood Boulevard”. The restaurant itself has some history to it – Walt himself dined at the original location in California while scouting for a location for his new theme park, which would later become Disneyland! Nowadays they serve American fare that includes items like their signature Cobb Salad and New York strip steak sandwich.
Hollywood and Vine Restaurant
This is a family-style restaurant where you’ll be able to have character meet and greets with some of your favorite characters. This is a great option being able to combine and see characters so you can be on your way to the next attraction and save yourself some time.
Mama Melrose’s is a popular Italian-style restaurant with family-friendly, table service atmosphere. The food ranges from spaghetti and meatballs to lasagna, pizza, and veal parmesan. Out of the restaurants in Hollywood Studios, this is quite a kid-friendly option!
Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater
A big-time favorite with a lot of families is Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater. This is a take on an old-fashioned drive-in movie theater where you can enjoy your dinner at the drive-in.
The Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater offers servers dressed in 50’s era outfits serving up burgers, salads, milkshakes, popcorn (even fried chicken!) while you feast at your table or booth. There are also jukeboxes available if you want to sing along with the music from the movies that they are playing!
ABC Commissary is a fast-casual restaurant that serves burgers, sandwiches, and salads. All of the items are made fresh to order so you can be assured they will taste great!
Backlot Express is a restaurant at the end of Hollywood Boulevard. It’s decent for when you just need some quick and easy before heading to the next attraction.
There are covered seating areas as well as outdoor tables with umbrellas if you want to eat outside. The menu has pasta dishes, sandwiches, salads and ice cream treats like sundaes or shakes.
Docking Bay 7 Food & Spirits
At Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, there is a detailed menu with items from the Star Wars galaxy. Docking Bay’s upscale menu includes barbeque ribs and drinks like the “Jedi Mind Trick” cocktail, made with Blue Curaçao liqueur.
Dockside Diner is a counter service restaurant with an American seafood theme. They have grilled lobster, shrimp, and chicken sandwiches that they also allow to be customized by adding toppings like bacon or Cajun seasoning. Their menu has salads too so you can get something healthy for lunch if you are looking to not eat fried food all day!
Fairfax Fare is a counter-service restaurant themed to look like the old-fashioned diner. The menu consists of fried chicken, burgers, and other American favorites with apple pie for dessert.
For those who are looking for some healthy options, you can find them on their salad bar or as side items such as fruit cups and yogurt parfaits. To wash it all down, there’s also an assortment of iced teas available in flavors including peach blackberry lemonade, and raspberry green tea!
The PizzeRizzo restaurant is an award-winning, family-friendly eatery that offers a quick-service Italian fare. The decor of the restaurant features pizza and pasta with a New York flair. Guests may dine in air-conditioned comfort or enjoy their meal on one of four outdoor patio spaces available to guests.
Rosie’s All-American Cafe
Rosie’s All-American Cafe is a family-friendly restaurant that offers quick service American fare. Guests may dine in air-conditioned comfort or enjoy their meal on one of the three outdoor patio spaces available to guests.
The menu features dishes such as chicken tenders and fried fish, along with sandwiches like grilled cheese and burgers for those who are looking for something a little more substantial. For dessert, Rosie’s has classic ice cream treats including sundaes, floats, splits, and shakes!
The Trolley Car Cafe
Located on Sunset Boulevard, this restaurant is the Starbucks location that offers all of your favorite breakfast treats. Be aware of the lines as this place can be very popular.
Woody’s Lunch Box
Woody’s Lunch Box is a walk-up counter service restaurant with an old west theme. The food here is really good and the portions are so huge that you can definitely share most of it. You will not regret ordering their fried macaroni and cheese balls for sure!
I also love the grilled ham & cheese sandwich on sourdough bread. It’s served hot off of the grill which makes it even better!
Anaheim Produce is a fresh fruit and vegetable stand with prepackaged salads. It usually has more healthy options that can be taken as snacks or for lunch, but it also offers chips, crackers, candy bars, ice cream in the summer months (seasonal), soda drinks. This location closes at night and reopens when park opens to serve breakfast items.
Serving funnel cakes, snacks, and more by the Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular. Explore Epic Eats in Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort.
As the name would suggest, this counter-service ice cream parlor is fashioned after a 1930s Hollywood film studio commissary. With flavors like black cherry vanilla and pineapple sorbet, you’ll be tempted by all of your favorite retro classics! The menu also includes homemade waffle cones, sundaes with hot fudge or strawberry sauce, and more than 40 toppings for delicious custom creations.
Gertie’s Ice Cream of Extinction
If you have a sweet tooth, then Gertie’s is the place to go. This ice cream shop has flavors like Mint Chocolate Chip and Snickers. For those who are looking for something that isn’t so sugary but still satisfies your craving, their fruit sorbets will not disappoint. You can even make it into an ice cream float by adding some of their dry-ice mix!
Hot and Fresh Popcorn
There are several Popcorn kiosks located outside Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway in Disney’s Hollywood Studio. They are a great place to grab light snacks and drinks when cravings hit you, including a Mickey pretzel!.
Ice Cold Stand
As soon as you get into Hollywood Studios, you’ll find a small menu of hot and cold beverages and even a few novelty ice cream treats like a premium Mickey Ice Cream Bar to cool you off before hitting Hollywood Studios.
Joffrey’s Coffee and Tea Company kiosks
Joffrey’s coffee and tea kiosks are located in Pixar Place near Toy Story Mania! Stop here for some awesome Joffrey’s coffee, iced coffee, and tea.
The Market offers a variety of fresh and delicious food options, including sandwiches, salads, sushi bowls, vegetarian dishes, decadent desserts and more. The market also includes an extensive wine list with wines from around the world in addition to beer on tap for those looking for something different.
These plant-based beverages have the consistency of a milkshake.The blue beverage from A New Hope has melon and pineapple flavored ingredients; The Last Jedi features green milk with floral flavors.
The Neighborhood Bakery offers fresh baked pastries and breads along with coffee, tea, espresso drinks, hot chocolate and more. They also are the only place to get he Num Num cookie!
The Nut Wagon is the perfect place to go for a quick fix. This food truck, which serves up peanuts and snacks like pretzels, has been at Hollywood Studios since 1989.
Peevy’s Polar Pipeline
Peevy’s Polar Pipeline is open year-round and offers a variety of refreshments, including the signature Frosty ice cream drink.
Pretzel Palooza is a quick-service restaurant and bakery on Sunset Boulevard. This location has many baked goods that are perfect for breakfast or dessert. It also offers savory options such as the Bavarian-style pretzel with mustard, cheese sauce, onions, peppers, and bacon bits, or the Pretzel Dog.
This article will discuss some of the different restaurants at Hollywood Studios where you can enjoy your meal while taking in iconic Disney attractions like Tower Of Terror™ attraction just outside!
Black Spire Outpost in Galaxy’s Edge offers food and drink at Ronto Roasters!
Ronto Roasters features the Ronto Wrap – a handheld snack with spiced grilled sausage and roasted pork!
Additional snacks and galactic drinks can be found at breakfast, lunch, and dinner to fuel your adventures in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Bars and Lounges
BaseLine Tap House
This location offers an extensive selection of craft and domestic beers, as well as wine. The food menu includes a variety of appetizers like bruschetta, quesadillas, chicken wings, and more!
Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge
The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge is an upscale restaurant with a nice ambiance that seats 240 guests. The lounge offers both classic and contemporary dishes, including steak, shrimp cocktail, bread pudding for dessert, cheese plates to start your meal off right, or salads if you want something lighter before the main course.
Oasis Canteen offers beverages and floats. There’s no dedicated seating for this walk-up counter, but benches are located nearby to enjoy the scenery while you relax here.
Oga’s Cantina is the heart of Black Spire Outpost in Disney World’s newest theme park. It serves as a watering hole for exotic beverages such as Bloody Rancor, Fuzzy Tauntaun or Carbon Freeze.
Sunshine Day Bar
The Sunshine Day Bar is the outdoor refreshment and dining location at Hollywood Studios. Here you will find breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and alcoholic drinks.
Stop by the Tune-In Lounge for some laid-back fun in a 1950s-themed setting at this charming Disney’s Hollywood Studios watering hole.
This cozy lounge is a well-kept secret, tucked right between two restaurants — 50’s Prime Time Lounge and Hollywood and Vine (among others) on Echo Lake.
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