Disney's Hollywood Studios has quite the variety of dining options with lots of grab-and-go quick bites as well as fabulous table service restaurants. Immerse yourself in themed lands with toy-riffic treats in Toy Story Land or savor the iconic blue milk in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. There's something for everyone at Hollywood Studios! Let's dip in to learn more about the many dining options.
Disney's Hollywood Studios Dining
Hollywood Studios has some of the most variety of dining at Disney World. With thirteen quick-service locations and six table service restaurants, there are a lot of options for a frog family. The themed locations vary from the original Hollywood glam, the working studio to newer options like immersive locations with in-depth theming.
Reservations for table-service restaurants are available 60 days in advance (or even over 60 days if staying at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel). These should be done as early as possible, as many locations get booked quite quickly. This is especially recommended at many locations at Hollywood Studios, such as the Hollywood Brown Derby and Oga's Cantina.
Nearly all of the quick service restaurants offer mobile ordering through the My Disney Experience app. Most locations will have arrival windows right away or within 10 to 15 minutes, though popular locations like Woody's Lunchbox may be further out, so you'll want to try to plan out your meals before you have hungry tadpoles on your hands.
Table-service Restaurants at Hollywood Studios
If you’re looking for a sit-down meal that immerses you in the glitz of Old Hollywood or the retro vibe of the golden era of television, Disney’s Hollywood Studios has a collection of favorites that will appease fans of every genre. Kids meals are available at all of the locations below. Ask your server about accommodations for any special dietary needs.
The Hollywood Brown Derby and Lounge
This signature dining experience is on the A-list of Hollywood Studios restaurants. This glamorous replica of the famous eatery in Hollywood, Ca. gives guests a truly star-studded experience. Sit among portraits of stars from Hollywood's golden era as you dine on gourmet dishes, including Brown Derby favorites such as the Famous Cobb Salad and the Brown Derby Original Grapefruit Cake. Just outside on the patio, the Brown Derby Lounge offers a unique selection of appetizers and cocktails, along with select items from the restaurant menu. Enjoy an Artisanal Cheese and Charcuterie Board or Derby Sliders with a classic Hollywood Manhattan or Shirley Temple for the kids. The lounge also offers wine, martini, and margarita flights. The Hollywood Brown Derby and Lounge are located at the center of the park near Animation Courtyard.
50s Prime Time Café and Tune-In Lounge
It’s just like Mama’s in the kitchen, serving up classics of yesteryear at this one-of-a-kind restaurant. This retro eatery comes with a side of humor dished out by your servers. Make sure to keep those elbows off the table! Enjoy comfort food favorites such as Mom's Old-fashioned Pot Roast, Aunt Liz's Golden Fried Chicken and Cousin Megan's Traditional Meatloaf. To satisfy your sweet tooth, you’ve got to try the Peanut Butter and Jelly Milk Shake! Next door at the Tune-In Lounge, guests can enjoy the 50s Prime Time Café menu along with a full bar in a distinctly vintage setting. 50s Prime Time Café and the Tune-In Lounge are located around Echo Lake near the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular.
Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
This classic Italian eatery is an overlooked gem nestled in the back of the park by Muppet Vision 3D, PizzeRizzo and the Christmas shop. Come hungry, because the serving sizes are quite hearty from Italian classic dishes such as Oven-baked Chicken alla Parmigiana or Shrimp Campanelle to seasonally inspired chef creations. Finish off the meal with a sweet cannoli or tiramisu as you sit under the twinkling terraces.
Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
Ever wanted to revisit the old drive-in theaters? The Sci-Fi Dine-In brings back the classic drive-in atmosphere, down to the roller-skating servers and yummy milkshakes. Nosh on a diverse menu at this Disney's Hollywood Studios dining destination, including everything from a Drive-in BBQ Burger to Pan-Seared Salmon Pasta, while watching clips from early science fiction films from your Cadillac-style seats. Along with out of this world milkshakes, the restaurant makes it’s own Sci-Fi Candy Bar to satisfy any sweet snack bar craving.
The ever-popular Oga's Cantina is the it-spot for adult drinks, mocktails and other beverages. It doesn't have too many snack options, but the Batuu Bits has a mix of sweet and spicy bites and the Happabore Sampler consists of cured and roasted meats, cheese and pork cracklings. While it is a watering hole, there are tadpole-friendly options available, including the nonalcoholic, cookies-and-milk-like Blue Bantha.
The cantina offers mostly standing room only, with Captain Rex, formerly of Star Tours — The Adventures Continue fame, playing DJ. The cantina itself has a fun vibe with the funky alien music playing in the background. You truly feel like you're at a cantina across the universe. There is a one-drink per person drink minimum and a two-drink per person maximum at Oga's Cantina, as well as a 45-minute time limit. Reservations are required and fill up quickly. Limited day-of walk ups may be available – check with cast members outside the Cantina early in the day.
Hollywood & Vine
Characters abound all day long at this buffet restaurant located off of Hollywood Boulevard. During breakfast and lunch, characters from Disney Junior such as Doc McStuffins, Fancy Nancy and Vampirina join the party for Disney Junior Play ‘n Dine. Then for dinner, Minnie and friends throw a seasonal bash with food and attire themed to the celebration. Check out our foodie review for more information!
Quick-service Restaurants at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Studios offers lots of quick-service locations to keep you satisfied and ready for your next big-screen adventure. Many of these locations offer mobile ordering, which is highly recommended, especially during peak meal times.
The ABC Commissary is a TV-themed location just behind the Hyperion theater (aka Frozen Sing-a-Long) and Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway. This Disney's Hollywood Studios quick-service spot is one of the few with both indoor and outdoor seating. The location offers hearty entrees, including the Buffalo Chicken Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Shrimp Tacos, and hearty salads served with green beans, apple slices, or fries. The commissary is open for lunch and dinner. This location also offers allergy-friendly menus and Kosher entrees and desserts.
The Backlot Express, nestled between the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular and Star Tours, is open for lunch and dinner with plenty of outdoor and limited indoor seating. Enjoy classic meals like the 1/3 lb Angus Cheeseburger, Cuban Sandwich, Chicken Stripes and Southwest Salad. Kids Disney Check Meals are available here as well as an allergy-friendly menu.
Rizzo the Rat and family have brought their famous pizzeria to the Muppet Courtyard! PizzeRizzo is a multi-level quick-service restaurant with lots of indoor seating as well as a covered patio. The restaurant serves lots of pizza options as well as Meatball Sub or Antipasto Salad. Kids’ meals are available as well as an expansive allergy-friendly menu. For dessert, try a sweet cannoli or tiramisu. The location also has its own drink specials. Be sure to check out the décor throughout the restaurant! You might see some of your favorite Muppets or a familiar looking street sign homage to the Streets of America. PizzeRizzo is open for lunch and dinner.
Grab some toy-riffic grub in Toy Story Land at Woody's Lunchbox! The food stand offers classic American Fare like the BBQ Brisket Melt and Grilled Three-Cheese Sandwich. Finish off with a delicious Lunch Box Tart. Woody's Lunchbox is very popular and we highly recommend mobile ordering ahead of time. There is limited outdoor seating available. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Docking Bay 7
In Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Docking Bay 7 is the place for exotic tastes and flavors surrounded by a galactic background. The foods are all variations and new ways of presenting ingredients that earthlings should be able to recognize. Menu items include beef pot roast, shrimp noodle salad, stir fry, smoked pork ribs, fried chicken and vegetarian kefta. It is open for lunch and dinner. (Again, while the tastes are exotic enough to transport you to another world, they are down-to-earth enough to appeal to tadpoles — Lily loved the mac and cheese!)
Adjacent to the Black Spire Outpost Market, follow the delicious smells to Ronto Roasters. You have to try the Ronto Wrap, with roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce and tangy slaw wrapped in a pita bread. Plant-based and allergy friendly options are available. Ronto Roasters is open for breakfast and dinner. After 3 p.m., the Ronto Wrap is available at Docking Bay 7.
Kat Saka's Kettle
Next door to Ronto Roasters is Kat Saka's Kettle, serving up specialty popcorn full of color and a spark of flavor.
Located on the shores of Echo Lake, Dockside Diner serves up classic American cuisine. Enjoy a variety of hot dogs such as the Pretzel Hot Dog served with pretzel bread or the Bacon Mac & Cheese Hot Dog. Kids’ meals are also available. The diner offers a seasonal milkshake that is always worth checking out. Dockside Diner is open for lunch and dinner.
The Trolley Car Café is home to the Hollywood Studios Starbucks location. In addition to the Starbucks menu, the location offers quick bites such as sandwiches, salads and fruit cups, as well as Disney-themed cupcakes. There is no indoor seating, only limited seating on the patio area. Trolley Car Café is open throughout park hours and is located on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard.
Catalina Eddie’s is one of many Disney's Hollywood Studios quick-service stops along Sunset Boulevard. This is the go-to place for pizza and Caesar salad on the way to Rock ’n' Roller Coaster or the Tower of Terror. Kids’ meals are available here as well as an allergy-friendly menu. Catalina Eddie’s is open for lunch and dinner.
Rosie’s All-American Café
Rosie’s serves up all-American favorites like a 1/3-lb. Fresh Angus Cheeseburger, Chili-Cheese Foot-long Hot Dog, Chicken Nuggets and salad. Kids’ meals are available here as well as an allergy-friendly menu. Rosie’s All-American Café is on Sunset Boulevard and is open for lunch and dinner.
Also found on Sunset Boulevard, Fairfax Fare debuted a new menu in late 2022. The location serves up a mix of flavors in waffle bowls, such as Barbecued Beef Brisket, Buffalo Chicken (pictured), or plant-based Soba Noodle Salad. A wild combination, somehow the chicken, coleslaw and mashed potatoes were pretty tasty! The location is open for lunch and dinner.
BaseLine Tap House
Enjoy savory appetizers and classic beers and wine at this pub located on Grand Avenue near Star Tours.
Snack Spots at Disney's Hollywood Studios
When hunger strikes between meals or you just can’t resist the smell of those cinnamon roasted nuts, popcorn, or the idea of a warm Mickey pretzel, here is where to go to get your snack fix.
If journeying to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, you have to try the blue or green milk! You can see Luke Skywalker enjoying blue milk in the original Star Wars film. We frogs prefer the blue milk, but be sure to give both a try!
Special Coke Products at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
Even Coca Cola is in a galaxy far, far away with these special bottles exclusive to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. The bottles make great souvenirs and the classic beverages help keep you cool on the planet Batuu.
Located near the entrance to Toy Story Land and Pixar Place, enjoy assorted chips and beverages alongside the incredible Jack-Jack's Num Num Cookie.
Anaheim Produce on Sunset Boulevard offers some of the healthiest snack options in the park, including fresh fruit, fruit and nut or energy mix, sweet potato or rice chips and more. You can also pick up a Mickey pretzel or churro here! Enjoy a refreshing Frozen Lemonade cup or a craft beer along with your snacks.
Sunshine Day Bar
This seasonal stand on Sunset Boulevard serves up beers and cocktails.
The huge, green dinosaur that hangs out in Echo Lake is open seasonally serving up soft-serve ice cream.
Cool down with ice cream desserts and a selection of hand-scooped flavors at the end of Sunset Boulevard. Enjoy a Brownie or Ice Cream Sundae, Chocolate Peanut Butter Explosion Shake or a classic ice cream cone or cup.
KRNR The Rock Station
This rockin’ little booth at the exit of Rockin’ Rollercoaster serves chips, and cookies, along with frozen Coca-cola and Barq’s Root Beer floats and specialty adult beverages.
Epic Eats next to the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular is famous for its funnel cakes and soft-serve ice cream. Enjoy treats like the Funnel Cake with Cookies 'n' Cream and vanilla ice cream and wash it down with a Root Beer Float.
Ice cream, churro, pretzel carts
These kiosks can be found throughout the park. Though selections vary, the main locations are near the Hyperion Theater, on Sunset Boulevard, the exit of Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway, and near the entrance to Animation Courtyard. Ice cream carts pop up all over with Mickey Bars and frozen chocolate bananas, with carts in each major area of the park.
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