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The Ultimate Foodie’s Guide to Disney’s Hollywood Studios

One of the best parts of any vacation at the Walt Disney World Resort is indulging in a wide array of food found at countless dining locations throughout the property. Guests can enjoy everything from signature dining experiences to classic Mickey’s Premium Ice Cream Bars on the go, and there is absolutely something for even the pickiest eater to enjoy.

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Hollywood Boulevard

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to many unique areas including Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Sunset Boulevard, and Toy Story Land, where Guests can not only find themselves immersed in wonderful stories, but also enjoy delicious food options found in this Disney Park. From frozen drinks to flavorful salads, loaded nachos to cookies, and everything in between, here are some of the must-enjoy options for any foodie in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!

"Totchos"

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Woody’s Lunch Box – “Totchos”

Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is one of the most popular areas of the Park, as Guests are magically transformed to the size of toys and can explore Andy’s backyard as well as a delicious quick-service location. Woody’s Lunch Box serves up childhood lunch favorites from Andy’s actual lunch box, and Guests absolutely love indulging in the “Totchos” which feature a base of potato barrels that are topped with beef and bean chili, shredded cheese, queso, tomatoes, corn chips, sour cream, and green onions for a savory and filling treat.

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Raspberry Lunch Box Tart

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Woody’s Lunch Box – Lunch Box Tarts

Woody’s Lunch Box also features several sweet treats that Guests can enjoy throughout any day in Toy Story Land, including updated takes on a classic school lunch favorite. The Lunch Box Tarts at Woody’s Lunch Box put a grown-up spin on classic Pop-Tarts and Guests can enjoy options like the Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart with maple fondant and candied bacon on top, the Raspberry Lunch Box Tart with strawberry fondant, or the Lemon-Blueberry Lunch Box Tart with a vibrant blue frosting.

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Our Famous Cobb Salad

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The Hollywood Brown Derby – Our Famous Cobb Salad

Hollywood Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to The Hollywood Brown Derby, a table service restaurant that evokes the elegance of the golden age of Hollywood and invites Guests to dine on contemporary American cuisine in an art-déco interior. Open daily for lunch and dinner, The Hollywood Brown Derby is very well-known for Our Famous Cobb Salad which features spit-roasted turkey, bacon, egg, tomatoes, blue cheese, avocado, and dressing with the option to add chicken or shrimp.

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Grapefruit Cake

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The Hollywood Brown Derby – Grapefruit Cake

The Hollywood Brown Derby also features a very unique dessert option that originated at the original Brown Derby in Hollywood decades ago. The Grapefruit Cake layers a moist vanilla sponge cake with grapefruit syrup and tangy cream cheese icing for a sweet, fruity, and unforgettable dessert that cannot be found anywhere else at the Walt Disney World Resort.

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Wookie Cookie

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Backlot Express – Wookie Cookie

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to several amazing cookie options that Guests love to indulge in, including one unique item found at the quick-service Backlot Express that brings a favorite Star Wars character to life. The Wookie Cookie honors Chewbacca by sandwiching creamy vanilla cream filling between two fresh oatmeal cookies and topping it all with a milk chocolate piece that looks just like the Wookie’s sash he can be seen wearing in the films.

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Ronto Wrap

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Ronto Roasters – Ronto Wrap

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has quickly become one of the most popular areas of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, as it completely immerses Guests in the exotic planet of Batuu at the Black Spire outpost. Guests can fuel up and ensure that they have the energy to explore every corner of the area by enjoying a Ronto Wrap from the quick service Ronto Roasters. This savory and filling entrée option fills a large piece of pita bread with roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce, and a tangy slaw that Guests can enjoy while on the go exploring.

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Carrot Cake Cookie

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The Trolley Car Café – Carrot Cake Cookie

Each Disney Park is home to a Starbucks location and Disney’s Hollywood Studios features The Trolley Car Café on Hollywood Boulevard. Guests can get their caffeine fix as well as order up some delicious treats, including an unforgettable cookie that puts a spin on a favorite cake. The Carrot Cake Cookie is a massive treat that sandwiches cream cheese icing between two soft and moist carrot cake cookies to provide all the delicious flavors of a slice of cake in a handheld snack that Guests can enjoy on the go.

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Milkshakes

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50’s Prime Time Café – Peanut Butter & Jelly Milk Shake

The 50’s Prime Time Café is a totally unique table service location in the Echo Lake area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios that transports Guests back to the wholesome decade to enjoy American classics prepared in a retro family kitchen. In addition to delicious options like Aunt Liz’s Fried Chicken and Mom’s Old-fashioned Pot Roast, Guests can enjoy the Peanut Butter & Jelly Milkshake which transforms the beloved lunch box sandwich into a refreshing and indulgent treat.

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Green Milk & Blue Milk

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Milk Stand – Blue Milk & Green Milk

Two other refreshing beverage options that foodies have to try in Disney’s Hollywood Studios can be found at the Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. This quick service standalone location serves up the famous beverages seen in various Star Wars films and Guests can sip on the frozen Blue Milk which blends coconut and rice milk with fruity notes or the frozen Green Milk which blends the same coconut and rice milk with citrus and tropical notes. Guests who are looking for a cocktail alternative can sip on the Blue Milk Cooler which adds Bacardi Rum or the Green Milk Cooler with Corazón Blanco Tequila.

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California Cheese and Charcuterie Plate

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BaseLine Tap House – California Cheese & Charcuterie Plate

A great quick-service location where Guests can kick back and relax a little in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is BaseLine Tap House in the Grand Avenue area of the Disney Park. Foodies love to enjoy the laid-back atmosphere and expansive deck while sipping on beer and wine on draft from California, as well as several small bites with big flavor. The California Cheese and Charcuterie Plate is a wonderful option to share which features several kinds of cheese and cured meat options accompanied by cornichons, grapes, and toasted baguettes.

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Jack-Jack's Num Num Cookie

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Market – Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookie

The final must-have foodie item in Disney’s Hollywood Studios can be found at the Market, a standalone quick-service location just across from the main entrance into Toy Story Land. There, Guests can find the popular Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookie which is the perfect treat with a gooey center, crunchy edges, and chunks of decadent chocolate throughout. It’s definitely large enough to share, but no Guest will want to after taking the first bite!

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About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was a child and has developed a deep love and appreciation of the Disney Parks with a particular interest in the small details and history that can be found all around. Visiting every chance she gets, Caitlin loves to enjoy the ambiance of the Disney Parks and try something new every time. She can often be found eating and drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, riding the Haunted Mansion, sipping on a Lapu Lapu, pretending Illuminations: Reflections of Earth was still in existence, and enjoying seeing the magic through the eyes of her children. When not in WDW, Caitlin can be found at home in New York dreaming of a ride on Living with the Land and counting down the days until her next trip.