6 Things You’re Going To Love About 50’s Prime Time Cafe

The 50’s Prime Time Cafe is a one-of-a-kind dining experience. The service, style, and atmosphere make your meal one you won’t forget. Words alone cannot describe this place like the experience of going there will, so head over to Hollywood Studios to experience this 1950’s meal for yourself!

1) The service:

At this “mom & pop” restaurant, your family will dine as if you’re all kids at the table. You’ll even set your own table. Your waitress is your “mom,” and she will make sure you mind your table manners – no matter what she has to do to stop you. That’s right folks: mom won’t stand for any elbows on the table, chewing with your mouth open, or complaining. And be sure to eat your veggies!

2) Dinner and a show:

For those people who do mind their manners, you’ll be sure to be entertained by those who don’t. Remember the “fork airplane” that your mother used to make eating more exciting for you as a kid? Well, your waitress/”mom for the meal” is not afraid to spoon feed you, in front of the whole restaurant no less. I’ve seen it all: guests having to sing “I’m A Little Teapot” for not minding their manners, getting spoon fed by “mom” for not finishing their meal, and even being told to stand in the corner for being impolite!

3) The food:

If I had to pick a single restaurant in Walt Disney World for my favorite home style cooking, I would pick the 50’s Prime Time Cafe. My mouth is watering just thinking about the meatloaf, pot roast, mac and cheese, and fried chicken, which are just a few of the classic American dishes on the menu.

4) The dessert/drink menu:

And let’s not forget dessert – granted, that you eat all your veggies. The crowd favorite is “Dad’s Brownie Sundae,” a gooey chocolate brownie topped with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, caramel, and chocolate sauce for an oh-so wonderful end to your meal. Other delicious options include the apple crisp a la mode and various flavors of milkshakes that could each be a meal in themselves! Whether you are or are not having a sweet tooth craving, adults are invited to order a drink from Dad’s Liquor Cabinet. Dad’s Electric Lemonade and Mowie Wowie are just a couple of favorites!

5) The 50’s décor:

Stepping inside the 50’s Prime Time Café is like walking into a 1950’s American kitchen from back in the day. Black and white tile, vinyl booths and chairs, retro televisions, and brightly patterned wallpaper cover every inch of the restaurant. Your waiters and waitresses are even dressed like mothers and fathers of the 50’s, so pull up a chair at the table and enjoy your meal just like mom would make!

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6) It’s just like going home again:

Ever wish you could go back to the good ole’ days when you would sit as a family around the dinner table without anyone texting or checking Instagram during the meal? Me too. At the 50’s Prime Time CafĂ© you’ll watch I Dream of Jeanie or Dennis the Menace as you wait for dinner. Mom will serve everyone food she spent the whole day working on, dressed with an apron tied around her waist. Dining at the 50’s Prime Time Cafe is just like going home again, or at least the next-best thing.

About Alexandra Blazevich

Hello, my name is Alexandra Blazevich and I am a 22 year old journalist. Put quite simply, I am a Disney addict. I am originally from Cary, North Carolina, a small town just outside of Raleigh. In 2013, I moved to Orlando, Florida to dance with The Orlando Ballet, pursuing my childhood dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer- but I spent all my free time either in Disney World or thinking about it. Now, I am a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill and write for a various publications, but Disney will always be my favorite subject to write about.