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Downloadable PDF: Dinining at a Glance: Hollywood Studios

Downloadable PDF: Dinining at a Glance: Hollywood Studios

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Disney Dining at a Glance: Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Price key: $-relatively inexpensive, $$-approximately $6-$15 per person, $$$-approximately $15-$35 per person, $$$$-over $35 per person

50’s Prime Time Café
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Echo Lake. Open for lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

A creative restaurant with a 1950’s theme. Old black and white television shows play in the background and the waitress will remind you to finish your vegetables if you want dessert. Comfort food is served, such as pot roast, fried chicken and meatloaf. Sundaes and s’mores are among the desserts. Nonalcoholic drinks include soft drinks, milkshakes and several options that glow. Bottled and draft beer, wine and creations from “Dad’s Liquor Cabinet” are available for those 21 and older.

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ABC Commissary
$$ Counter service. Location: Commissary Lane. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Various cuisines from around the world are combined in one place. The seating is plentiful but it can still fill up quickly on a crowded day. Fish and chips, curry chicken and Asian salad are just some of the offerings. Soft drinks, bottled water, beer and wine are also sold here.

Backlot Canteen
$$ Counter service. Location: Streets of America. Hours vary seasonally.

A place for the adults to cool off from the hot Florida sun. Wine, beer and signature cocktails are served. A limited selection of nonalcoholic beverages are also available.

Backlot Express
$$ Counter service. Location: Echo Lake. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Angus cheeseburgers, hot dogs and chicken nuggets are featured here. Sandwiches on the menu include a grilled vegetable sandwich and grilled turkey and cheese. Most come with your choice of carrot sticks or fries. Soft drinks, bottled water, hot beverages and bottled beer are on the menu. There is a limited dessert selection

Catalina Eddie’s
$$ Counter service. Location: Sunset Boulevard. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Personal sized cheese and pepperoni pizzas are served with a side salad. For those not in the mood for pizza there is also a hot Italian sandwich, served with chips or apple slices. Soft drinks, hot beverages and bottled water are available

Dinosaur Gertie’s Ice Cream
$ Counter service. Location: Echo Lake. Open seasonally, hours vary.

The giant dinosaur that is seen on Echo Lake is a tribute to the Gertie the Dinosaur short film that was made by Winsor McCay in 1914. The DHS version is an ice cream stand. Cups or cones of soft serve chocolate, vanilla and twist are the choices, along with the traditional Mickey ice cream bar. Gertie’s has limited hours.

Fairfax Fare
$-$$ Counter service. Location: Sunset Boulevard. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Limited selection for a fairly inexpensive breakfast. Choices include cold cereals with milk and an egg and cheese muffin with your choice of sausage or bacon. Pastries and fruit cups are also available. The lunch and dinner menus both feature chicken, ribs or barbeque pork sandwiches. Entrees are served with a side of coleslaw and baked beans. Soft drinks, hot beverages and bottled water are also sold

Fantasmic Food Offerings
$ Counter service. Location: Sunset Boulevard. Opens 1hour before the start of Fantasmic!

A simple food stand, located at the back of the Hollywood Hills Theater. Serves tradition pre-show fare such as hot dogs, pretzels and cotton candy. Soft drinks and draft beer are also sold. Lines grow long quickly.

Hey Howdy Hey Take Away
$ Counter service. Location: Pixar Place. Open seasonally, hours vary.

Easy to overlook, Hey Howdy Hey is located across from Toy Story Midway Mania, which is usually the most crowed area of the park. There aren’t a lot of offerings but you can grab popcorn or a soft drink. Most items count as a snack on the Disney Dining Plan. Frozen drinks and Mickey ice cream bars are also available.

Hollywood & Vine
$$$ Buffet and character dining, reservations recommended. Location: Echo Lake. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

This is where you will find character dining at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Breakfast and lunch are both character meals, dinner is not. Characters are from Disney Playhouse shows that include Handy Manny, Special Agent OSO and Little Einstein’s. Kids are encouraged to sing and dance along with the music.

All meals are served buffet style. Breakfast is fairly traditional, with selections like Mickey-shaped waffles (with an assortment of toppings), eggs, breakfast meats and potatoes. Yogurt, fresh fruits and pastries are also available.

The lunch and dinner buffets consist of carved and grilled meats, fresh fish, pasta, vegetables and salads. There are also pastries and other freshly baked goods. Nonalcoholic drinks are included in the price of the buffet. Dinner can be part of the Fantasmic! Dining Package, which allows special seating for the evening show, special reservations are required.

The Hollywood Brown Derby
$$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Hollywood Boulevard. Open for lunch and dinner. A two meal credit on the Disney Dining Plan.

A replica of the original legendary restaurant in Hollywood and easily the most expensive place to eat at DHS. The famous Cobb Salad is a must for most. The entrees are seasonal and may include fresh fish, beef, duck and a vegetarian noodle bowl. The Grapefruit Cake is a signature dessert. Other dessert options include crème brulee and fruit cobbler. Dinner can be part of the Fantasmic! Dining Package, which allows special seating for the evening show, special reservations are required.

Another option at the Brown Derby is to “Dine With an Imagineer”. Up to ten people can enjoy a four course dinner with one of the geniuses who is behind the magic at Walt Disney World. Special reservations are required.

Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Streets of America. Open for lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

As the name implies, this is the place to go it you love Italian food. Appetizers include calamari, antipasto and mozzarella and tomatoes. Various pastas, pizzas and flatbreads are among the entrees. Traditional Italian desserts like panna cotta and cannoli are available. Specialty drinks and sangria are available for those of age. Dinner can be part of the Fantasmic! Dining Package, which allows special seating for the evening show, special reservations are required.

Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner
$$ Outdoor counter service. Location: Echo Lake. Open seasonally for lunch and dinner.

A place to grab a quick bite. A limited selection of sandwiches, including Italian sausage, peppers and onions, a chicken caesar sandwich or a frankfurter that is in a pretzel roll. Bottled beer and assorted hot and cold drinks are also available.

Oasis Canteen
$-$$ Counter Service. Location: Echo Lake. Hours vary by season.

Theme parks and funnel cakes seem to go hand and hand and this is where you can pick one up at DHS. Add strawberry topping or soft serve ice cream to complete the treat. You can also buy soft serve chocolate, vanilla or twist in a cone. Cold soft drinks, bottled water and draft beer are also for sold here.

Pizza Planet Arcade
$$ Counter service. Location: Streets of America. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

A recreation of the restaurant from Toy Story. Individual sized cheese, pepperoni and veggie pizzas are featured. There are also a limited number of subs and sandwiches. Take some time away of the Florida heat and enjoy the arcade games. Soft drinks, hot beverages and bottled beer are among the drink options.

Rosie’s All-American Café
$$ Counter service. Location: Sunset Boulevard. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

One of Disney Hollywood Studios’ many options for a quick meal. An angus cheeseburger, chicken nuggets and a vegetable burger the are main options. All come with your choice of fries or coleslaw. Hot and cold beverages, as well as bottled beer, are also served.

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Commissary Lane. Open for lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

One of the more unique restaurants at DHS. Themed like a drive-in theater, diners sit in “cars” as old movie trailers play in the front. Entrees include steak, pasta and a small selection of sandwiches. Themed alcoholic drinks are plentiful. Nonalcoholic selections include the usual and also flavored sodas and milkshakes.

 

Studio Catering Co.
$$ Counter service. Location: Streets of America. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Grab a turkey club, buffalo chicken or grilled vegetable sandwich or a chicken caesar wrap here. Chocolate fudge cake and marble cheesecake are available for dessert. Alcoholic specialty drinks, wine, beer and cold nonalcoholic beverages are also served.

Toluca Legs Turkey Co.
$$ Counter service. Location: Sunset Boulevard. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Turkey legs are the only food sold here. You can also buy a cold drink, including bottled beer.

 

About PaulaK

I grew up in Western Massachusetts. When I was nine my family went to Disneyland and I was hooked. I grew up, attended New England College in Henniker, NH and eventually moved to Virginia. I worked as a disc jockey, married and became a full time mom when our daughter was born. Fast forward several years. In 2010 we moved to Central Florida and my Disney obsession grew. I now work as a freelance writer and spend my spare time in the parks. Under the name Paula Brown I penned the novels Dream Wanderers and The Coffee Cruiser. I also am a co-author of Dining at Walt Disney World: The Definitive Guide. I'm obsessed with Star Wars, so this is a good time to live in Central Florida. I've been a vegetarian for well over a decade, a choice that my daughter eventually made as well. While my husband still hasn't joined us fully he has given up most meats except for seafood. I was relieved to find that vegetarian dining is not difficult at Walt Disney World.