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Hollywood Studios Dining

Updated: Mar 3






Hollywood Studios has a lot of different dining options, from yummy iconic snacks, to hearty quick service locations, and some fabulously themed (with equally fabulous food) table service restaurants. Read more about dining at Walt Disney World here.


When thinking about where to eat at the Hollywood Studios you need to first consider the different kinds of dinning options. There are elaborate prix fixe meals, yummy quick service and snack locations. Then you need to consider your family needs and budget. We've broken down quick service, table service, character meals, and snacks.



A list of the different dining locations, types, and menus can be found at the Walt Disney World website. If you are using the Disney Dining Plan, click here to read our overview.


Here are our favorite dining locations at the Hollywood Studios broken down by caragory.


Quick Service



We are going to preface Hollywood Studios by saying we are not really big fans of the quick service places here. They have cute themed choices at Galaxy's Edge that many people like, but we found it wasn't our cup of tea. There are various other choices around the park, but even when they try to make it interesting the food somehow falls flat for us. The one exception to this is Woody’s Lunch Box.



Woody’s Lunch Box - In addition to cute theming, the food at Woody’s Lunch Box, over in Toy Story Land, will make you feel like a child again. Offering a twist on poptarts, tater tots, and the all american sandwich, there are plenty of options for the family. The totchos are a fan favorite and pairing the grilled three-cheese sandwich with the tomato-basil soup will bring all the childhood memories racing back. Beware that this is a super popular spot so finding a table can be hard.


Table Service

50's Prime Time Cafe - This is one of our favorite dining spots, the food is always on point (and by food we mean your Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken), and the theming and atmosphere are so much fun. Picture this, you’ve been dropped into the family dining room of the quintessential 50s home, complete with vinyl chairs, Formica tables, TVs playing timeless shows and nosey uncles and busybody aunts to make sure you are well behaved during your dining experience.


Roundup Rodeo BBQ - Another great dining location is over in Toy Story Land where you’ll get to pair a fabulous meal with the fun of being a “toy” in Andy’s play rodeo. This is the newest dining location to be added to Hollywood Studios so snagging a dining reservation takes some patience and luck.


Character Meals




Hollywood and Vine - At this buffet-style meal, meet your favorite Playhouse Disney Characters, at breakfast these currently include Fancy Nancy, Vampirina, Doc McStuffins, and Roadster Goofy. For dinner you can sometimes, seasonally, meet Minnie, Mickey, and Goofy who are often joined by Pluto or Donald and Daisy all decked out in their holiday attire. While we have mostly been underwhelmed by the food at the Hollywood & Vine (especially with 50s Prime Time Cafe next door), if you have a little one it's a great place for them to interface with the characters they know best. Also, if you are looking for a Fantasmic dining package, you can get one for Hollywood & Vine and tag team getting easy good seats for Fantasmic with character dining. The cost is $42 per adult, $27 per child (ages 3-9) plus tax and gratuity at breakfast. Lunch and Dinner run $59 per adult, $38 per child (ages 3-9) plus tax and gratuity.


Snacks



The Trolley Car Cafe - This is the Starbucks location at HS, so it can get kinda crowded, but this is where the Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie is, and this is well worth the wait.


Kat Saka’s Kettle - If you are a popcorn fan, this place offers a new star wars-y spin over in Galaxy’s Edge. Here you can get plain old buttered popcorn (except it’s green!), or grab a sweet and spicy variant with the Outpost Popcorn Mix. This is also one of the locations you can grab a bottled orb soda.

Woody’s Lunch Box - This is technically a quick service location, but if you are looking for a small and cute snack the Lunch Box Tart is a great way to go. They have a chocolate-hazelnut and a raspberry option. Plus, if you are looking for a more savory snack option, the Totchos are a good shareable option.

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