12.) Eat lunch at the 50s Prime Time Café.
Don’t miss your chance to enjoy the 50s Prime Time Café at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! It’s more than lunch—it’s an experience! The entire restaurant is set up like a kitchen area in homes from the 1950s—complete with 50s-era tables, chairs and countertops! This restaurant is very popular among Guests, so you’ll want to book your dining reservation up to 180 days in advance of your trip. Once you arrive and it’s your family’s turn to be seated, the announcement is made that “it’s time to eat!” The premise is that Mom is calling you to dinner. You’re then seated, and all around you are kitchens and kitchen gadgets from the 1950s, including televisions that play sitcoms from the 50s like The Donna Reed Show. The menu is delicious—full of great choices of comfort food, and each meal is a generous portion. Your server is usually referred to as “Aunt,” and if you don’t eat your vegetables, you might be told to stand in the corner. Don’t miss this experience! Call (407) WDW-DINE to make your reservation.