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The Best Quick Service Meals in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

The dining options in Disney’s Hollywood Studios offer up a wide variety of different cuisines and flavors that Guests can enjoy throughout the park. Quick service meals are a great option to enjoy while spending time in the Disney Park as they allow Guests to enjoy delicious food, but in a convenient, less time consuming way as compared to table service restaurants. With so many quick service meals to choose from in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, let’s check out some of the best options to enjoy.

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Rosie’s All American Salad – Rosie’s All-American Café

Plenty of Guests love to wander through Sunset Boulevard and enjoy the immersive atmosphere of classic Hollywood on their way to The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith. Towards the end of Sunset Boulevard is Rose’s All-American Café, a quick service restaurant that features a convenient ordering counter with a menu that focuses on American classics and patriotism. Guests are sure to enjoy Rosie’s All American Salad which features mojo pulled pork, romaine lettuce, roasted sweet potatoes, crispy tajin tortilla strips, pomegranate pickled radish, queso fresco, pumpkin seeds, and an ancho-ranch dressing. With hearty pulled pork and plenty of add-ins, this salad is a great way to fuel up while in the park.

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California Cheese and Charcuterie Plate – BaseLine Tap House

A very popular quick service location in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is BaseLine Tap House in the Grand Avenue area of the park. The relaxed location is themed to feel like a corner pub in California and features a small indoor eating area and a large outdoor deck with picnic table seating and overhead string lights. Guests can order up California beer, wine, cider, and cocktails on tap as well as choose from several small plates. A great choice that is satisfying, sharable, and filling is the California Cheese and Charcuterie Plate which features Toma Farmstead Cheese, Point Reyes Original Blue Cheese, Laura Chenel’s Sonoma Goat Cheese, chorizo, calabrese salami, cornichons, grapes, and toasted baguettes.

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Shrimp Salad Roll – Dockside Diner

Echo Lake in Disney’s Hollywood Studios offers up some picturesque spots as well as a quick-service restaurant that features a limited, yet delicious, menu. Dockside Diner is nestled right on the shore of Echo Lake and is a small ordering counter inside of a tramp steamer that serves as an example of the 1950s California-Crazy architectural trend. The menu at Dockside Diner is very small with only several options to choose from, but a great choice is the Shrimp Salad Roll with fresh shrimp, arugula, tomatoes, pickled shaved fennel, sliced radish, and remoulade sauce on a brioche bun served with seasoned house-made chips.

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Ronto Wrap, Turkey Jerky and Meiloorun Juice at Ronto Roasters

Ronto Wrap – Ronto Roasters

Star Wars – Galaxy’s Edge is a favorite area of many Guests in Disney’s Hollywood Studios as it completely immerses them in the cinematic universe with the chance to join the Rebellion or First Order. There are several great spots to eat in Star Wars – Galaxy’s Edge including Ronto Roasters which specializes in serving up “ronto” – a beast from the planet Tatooine. Guests who stop by Ronto Roasters for lunch or dinner can try the Ronto Wrap which combines roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce, and a tangy slaw in pita bread.

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Ronto Morning Wrap

Ronto Morning Wrap – Ronto Roasters

Ronto Roasters is also one of the quick service locations open for breakfast each morning in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Guests have several options to choose from including a filling option that will energize them for a long day in the Disney Park. The Ronto Morning Wrap features eggs, grilled pork sausage, shredded cheddar, and peppercorn sauce in a pita for an updated take on a classic bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich.

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BBQ Brisket Melt – Woody’s Lunch Box

Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a uniquely themed quick-service eatery that is housed inside of Andy’s actual lunchbox. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day, the restaurant serves up childhood favorites with some grown-up twists, all served up in hearty portions that can be enjoyed in the open-air dining section adjacent to the ordering counter. A satisfying option that Guests enjoy ordering is the BBQ Brisket Melt which features shredded smoked brisket, pickles, and a tangy barbecue sauce between melted cheddar and Monterey jack cheeses on grilled sourdough bread.

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Pepperoni Pizza – PizzeRizzo

Pizza is always a good choice for any meal, and a quick-service dining location in Disney’s Hollywood Studios serves up classic and inventive options with the charm and humor of the Muppets thrown in. PizzeRizzo in the Grand Avenue section of this Disney Park is a classic New York pizzeria run by Rizzo the Rat with both indoor and outdoor seating filled with humorous details. While all of the pizza options at PizzeRizzo are great, Guests can’t go wrong with a classic Pepperoni Pizza which comes served with choice of one side such as a Caesar salad, Cuties Mandarin, or Mini Babybel Snack Cheese.

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Truffle Bacon Macaroni & Cheese Hot Dog – Fairfax Fare

Guests looking to enjoy great grab-and-go quick service options can head to the end of Sunset Boulevard to Fairfax Fare for a variety of hot dog options. The counter service location serves up some unique combinations of classic hot dogs and toppings, and a totally indulgent option that must be tried is the Truffle Bacon Macaroni & Cheese Hot Dog. An all-beef quarter-pound hot dog is topped with macaroni and cheese, Applewood bacon, and mustard aioli and is served on a brioche butter bun with pickled vegetables for a creamy, savory, and indulgent meal at Fairfax Fare.

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Peka Tuna Poke – Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Star Wars – Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is also home to Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, a quick-service restaurant that is run by Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs in a hangar bay. Serving up lunch and dinner each day, the menu features an array of flavors and options including the delicious Peka Tuna Poke. Guests will love the raw tuna combined with a spicy sriracha dressing and served with green papaya salad, pickled mushrooms, fresh herbs, and crispy garlic. The Peka Tuna Poke is light, filling, and packs some bold flavors making it a great option to enjoy.

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Buffalo Chicken Grilled Cheese – ABC Commissary

ABC Commissary in Commissary Lane in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is open daily for lunch and dinner and brings Guests into a dining area that features art deco architecture and décor themed to feel like the commissary of a working studio. Guests can enjoy a well-rounded menu with plenty of flavorful options including the Buffalo Chicken Grilled Cheese. The filling option features buffalo chicken, Monterey, provolone, and cheddar cheeses, and cream cheese on grilled sourdough with a side of buffalo sauce and choice of one side with options like black beans, steak fries, apple slices, and arugula-farro salad. ABC Commissary is a great option for Guests to enjoy for any lunch or dinner in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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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.