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Chocolate Lover’s Guide to Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Hollywood Studios has no shortage of dining options with everything from signature dining to snack carts and grab-and-go options. Guests who spend time in the Disney Park on a Walt Disney World vacation can check of the offerings, and chocolate lovers in particular have plenty of options to indulge in. From classic brownie sundaes to Italian favorites and more, here are all of the chocolate treats for chocolate lovers to enjoy in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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Anaheim Produce

Sunset Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to some of the Disney Park’s most thrilling attractions as well as several quick service locations. Anaheim Produce is located on the left side of Sunset Boulevard, and is open throughout each day serving up convenient snacks and beverages including Mickey’s Premium Ice Cream Bar and Mickey’s Premium Ice Cream Sandwich. Chocolate lovers can also indulge in the fresh and hot Churros that are served with a decadent chocolate sauce.

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Hollywood Scoops

Also found on Sunset Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is Hollywood Scoops, a charming small building that serves up freshly scooped ice cream treats. In addition to chocolate, cookies ‘n cream, and mint chocolate chip flavors, chocolate lovers can also order the Brownie Sundae which features a warm brownie topped with vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, and whipped cream. Guests who are looking for an even more indulgent chocolate treat should opt for the Chocolate Peanut Butter Explosion Shake which combines chocolate ice cream with peanut butter sauce, whipped cream, chocolate peanut butter crumbles, and a chocolate-dipped peanut butter cake.

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The Hollywood Brown Derby

A signature restaurant that is popular with many Guests in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is The Hollywood Brown Derby on Hollywood Boulevard. Themed to feel like the classic eatery in Hollywood, chocolate lovers can enjoy contemporary American cuisine and art deco inspired décor before indulging in Chocolate-Coconut Cake which is served with chocolate sauce and hazelnut cream.

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Market

Just before turning from Pixar Place into Toy Story Land, Guests can find a quick service ordering counter that serves up a chocolate treat inspired by a favorite Pixar film. The Market stand features Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookies which are warm and gooey chocolate chip cookies that pay homage to Jack from The Incredibles.

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Woody’s Lunch Box

Woody’s Lunch Box is a very popular quick service counter location in Toy Story Land that continues the theme of Guests being the size of toys and ordering up some delicious bites from a vintage lunchbox. Chocolate lovers can enjoy the Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart which features a pastry stuffed with chocolate-hazelnut spread and coated in maple fondant and candied bacon making it an ideal sweet and savory bite.

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Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

One of the most popular areas of Disney’s Hollywood Studios is Star Wars – Galaxy’s Edge where Guests can travel to the Black Spite Outpost on the planet of Batuu and become part of their own extraordinary adventure. Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is a quick service location in the land that situated in a working hangar where ingredients from across the galaxy are delivered. Guests looking for a chocolate treat at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo can enjoy the Outpost Puff which is a chocolate pastry filled with guajillo chocolate mousse, Thai tea panna cotta, spiced pineapple, and confectionary debris for a unique bite that is creamy, sweet, tart, and fruity at the same time.

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Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano

The Grand Avenue area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano, a table service restaurant that serves up authentic Italian cuisine infused with the flavors of California. Chocolate lovers can choose from several desserts on the menu including Gelato and a Traditional Cannoli with a house-made filling, citrus, and cocoa powder dusting. The Tramisu features layers of mascarpone and espresso soaked Lady Fingers coated in cocoa powder and topped with whipped cream and the Chocolate and Cherry Tort features Ghiradelli Creamy Chocolate infused with Morello cherries paired with a cherry coulis and whipped cream.

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PizzeRizzo

Just around the corner from Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano is PizzeRizzo, a quick service Italian eatery that serves up pizza and more. PizzeRizzo is run by Rizzo from the Muppets and brings the feel of a New York pizzeria to life through exposed brick and urban detailing. Chocolate lovers can try the Hazelnut Crunch Cannoli which features dark chocolate and caramelized hazelnut-dipped cannoli shell with a whipped hazelnut spread cheesecake.

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Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

A completely unique experience in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the table service Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant which brings Guests into a nighttime drive-in where they can dine in vintage cars and watch 50s sci-fi clips on the big screen. After enjoying their meals, Guests can indulge in the Hot Fudge Sundae with vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, whipped cream, and cherry or the House-made Sci-Fi Candy Bar which combines cookies and cream mousse, chocolate ganache, and chocolate sauce for the ultimate chocolate bite.

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Dockside Diner

Echo Lake is a beautiful area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Guests will love checking out the quick service Dockside Diner which is on the shores of the water and housed inside of an old tramp steamer. Featuring a limited menu served for lunch and dinner, chocolate lovers can try the Seaside Brownie which is a warm brownie topped with white chocolate ganache and a seaside garnish that pairs perfectly with the water views.

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50’s Prime Time Café

Also found in Echo Lake is the immersive 50’s Prime Time Café where Guests can dine on American classics in a space themed to feel like the inside of a typical family’s home in the 1950’s. If chocolate lovers are good and clear their plates and eat all of their vegetables, they can choose from several dessert options that feature chocolate. The Ice Cream Sundae features all of the classic toppings including hot fudge and Mom’s Brownie is a traditional brownie topped with vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce, and whipped cream. The true chocolate star of the dessert menu at 50’s Prime Time Café is Dad’s Favorite Chocolate-Peanut Butter Layered Cake which features alternating layers of moist chocolate cake and peanut butter ganache and can be ordered alone or a la mode with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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Hollywood & Vine

The final stop for chocolate lovers in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is Hollywood & Vine, a table service restaurant where Guests can dine with Disney Junior characters for breakfast or with Minnie and friends for seasonal offerings during lunch and dinner. After lunch or dinner, chocolate lovers can choose between the White Chocolate Cheesecake with guava sauce, whipped cream, and mint or the Chocolate S’mores Pie with a dark chocolate mousse, toasted marshmallow, and graham cracker streusel.

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About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.