With the addition of Toy Story Land, Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios is a must-see. And with the addition of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, this theme park at Disney World is sure to make the top of everyone’s list! There are some great dining options in this newly expanded park. Here is your Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios dining guide for each land.
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NEW Indiana Jones: Den of Destiny Beverage Outpost
To celebrate the new Indiana Jones film releasing June 29th, Dial of Destiny, a brand new Indiana Jones bar is coming to Hollywood Studios. Indiana Jones: Den of Destiny is a brand new beverage outpost coming to Hollywood Studios on June 9th for a limited time.
This new location will feature drinks themed after the Indiana Jones franchise including drinks named The Weathered Fedora and the Adventuress.
This new Indiana Jones themed location will be available until August 15th at Hollywood Studios.
Hollywood Boulevard serves as the park’s main entrance and is named after the famous street in California. This land features the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant and the Trolley Car Café.
The Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant is a themed replica of the original Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood, California. Guests can enjoy lunch or dinner while they take in the sights, sounds, and tastes of Hollywood.
The menu includes small plates such as the Famous Hollywood Brown Derby Cobb Salad, Derby Sliders, and an Artisanal Cheeses and Charcuterie Board. Guests can also enjoy dessert trios such as Lemon Cheesecake, Cappuccino Brûlée, and Dark Chocolate Crémeux. Adult beverages include a wine, beer, and cocktails such as a Derby Cocktail, Sangria, and a Grapefruit Cake Martini.
Prices range from $35 to $59.99 per adult. Guests 14 and older can purchase a package to dine with an Imagineer. Guests will enjoy a 4-course meal in the Bamboo Room at the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant.
The Trolley Car Café is a classic trolley car station that is a quick-service stop. The café serves STARBUCKS® Coffee and specialty beverages, Disney baked goods and La Boulange™ pastry items.
Echo Lake is designed to mimic the “California Crazy” form of architecture from Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Echo Lake features:
- Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
- 50’s Prime Time Café
- Dockside Diner
- Hollywood & Vine
- Tune-In Lounge.
Quick service restaurants include:
- Oasis Canteen
- Backlot Express
The Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant is a dinner theater with a retro-style theme and serves lunch and dinner. This unique restaurant features vintage car themed tables and a large movie screen that shows clips of science-fiction films from the 1950s. Read our full dining review to see why this was our favorite restaurant at Hollywood Studios!
Appetizers include Fried Dill Pickles and Shrimp and Crab Fondue. Entrees include the Drive-in BBQ Burger, the Reuben, and the Vegetarian Falafel Burger. Prices range from $15 to $34.99 per adult.
The 50’s Prime Time Café serves classic American food in an authentically vintage, family atmosphere. Guests can enjoy homecooked meals such as Grandpa’s Crab Cake, Mom’s Old-fashioned Pot Roast, Dad’s Stuffed Pork Chop, Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken, and Cousin Harold’s Vegetable Lasagna. Kids of all ages can enjoy a Peanut Butter & Jelly Milk Shake or Mickey’s Bee Bop Drink.
This café also offers delicious desserts, including chocolate peanut butter layer cake and apple crisp. The café serves lunch and dinner, and prices ranges from $15 to $34.99 per adult.
The Dockside Diner is an open-air “tramp steamer” eatery that specializes in foot-long hot dogs and pulled pork sandwiches. The diner serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The breakfast menu includes breakfast burritos, bagels, and fruit.
Guests can also enjoy the diner’s Loaded Chili Cheese Nachos. Prices are $14.99 and under per adult.
Hollywood & Vine allows guests to meet Disney Junior Characters in a breakfast, lunch or dinner buffet. Breakfast options include an omelet bar, pancakes, Mickey waffles, breakfast meats and potatoes, and freshly based pastries.
Lunch and dinner options include soup, salads, roasted carved meats, pastas and baked breads, seasonal fish, and peel and eat shrimp. Guests can enjoy a delicious array of desserts at all seatings. Reservations are highly recommended, and prices range from $35 to $59.99 per adult. You can read our full review of Minnie’s Seasonal Character dining at Hollywood & Vine here!
Guests can also enjoy specialty cocktails and food at the Tune-In Lounge while they relax in its retro atmosphere.
The 50’s Prime Time Café menu is available with items such as Grandpa’s Crab Cake, Mom’s Old-fashioned Pot Roast, and Dad’s Stuffed Pork Chop. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Guests can enjoy an Indiana Jones-style atmosphere at the Oasis Canteen while they dine on delicious desserts. This quick-service option includes funnel cakes with assorted toppings.
The Backlot Express serves Star Wars-themed treats, including the Royal Guard Burger, Galactic Chicken Salad, and the Dark Side Chicken and Waffles. Future Jedi’s can also enjoy a Padawan Limeade and purchase a BB-8 Souvenir Stein with a beverage of their choice.
Prices for the Oasis Canteen and the Backlot Express both range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Grand Avenue is modeled to look like a restored historic district. This land is inspired by the real location of the same name in downtown Los Angeles. Grand Avenue is home to:
- Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
- BaseLine Tap House
PizzeRizzo is a Brooklyn-style pizza restaurant owned by Rizzo the Rat. Guests can order pizza, a meatball sub or antipasto salad. Save room for dessert as this fun restaurant offers Cannoli and Tiramisu. PizzeRizzo is open for lunch and dinner, and prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Guests can enjoy lunch or dinner at Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano, which is in the backlot of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This Italian eatery has a California twist. Their menu includes Crispy Calamari, various flatbreads, Seafood Cioppino, Oven-baked Chicken alla Parmigiana, and Mama’s Italian Pasta.
Desserts include Cannoli, Gelato, and Tiramisu. Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano also boasts a large wine selection. Prices range from $15 to $34.99 per adult.
The BaseLine Tap House is a modern California-styled pub specializing in brews and wine. This brewery has the feel of a modern-day Downtown Los Angeles.
Their lounge menu includes a Bavarian Pretzel, California Cheese and Charcuterie Plate, and over 20 beers, ciders and wines on tap. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Toy Story Land
Toy Story Land is an 11-acre expansion and is inspired by Pixar’s Toy Story series. This land is themed to Andy’s backyard, and features Woody’s Lunch Box, which is now open! Woody’s Lunch Box features classic American fare and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Guests will feel like they are in Andy’s lunchbox as they enjoy old-fashioned soda floats and other Toy Story-themed specialties. Be sure to try the Raspberry Lunch Box Tart and Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart! Woody’s Lunch Box serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
The long-anticipated Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is now open!
The theme of this restaurant is one that Andy has created to make a new rodeo arena using his favorite games and play sets. Once inside guests will be surrounded by rodeo-themed action along with feeling like they have shrunk down to a toy themselves. You can read more about this new restaurant in Toy Story Land in our Roundup Rodeo BBQ Guide.
Guests will feel like they are really on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles when they visit this land. Restaurants in Sunset Boulevard include Rosie’s All-American Café. Quick-service options include Fairfax Fare and KRNR The Rock Station. Guests can also grab a quick snack at Anaheim Produce.
Rosie’s All-American Café serve all-American options for lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy an Angus cheeseburger, crispy chicken nuggets, fries and coleslaw.
Fairfax Fare is a quick-service stop that offers Latino specialties, signature salad and kid-friendly sandwiches. Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Prices for both quick-service stops range from $14.99 and under per adult.
KRNR The Rock Station is another quick-service option for lunch and dinner. This tricked-out trailer serves hot dogs, drinks and snacks.
Another quick-service stop is Hollywood Scoops, which serves hand-dipped ice cream, sundaes and ice cream cookie sandwiches.
Anaheim Produce is a healthy cart that sells fresh fruit, Mickey pretzels, frozen lemonade and more. Prices for all of these places range from $14.99 and under per adult.
The ABC Commissary is a studio-inspired cafeteria with an Art Deco setting that now serves lunch and dinner. Guest will feel like they are eating straight off a Hollywood backlot eatery with 1950s California-Crazy architecture. Lunch options include the Angus bacon cheeseburger and the chicken club sandwich.
The dinner menu features Shrimp, Fish and Chicken Platter, Shrimp or Vegetable Teriyaki Bowl, and a Vegan Burger. Guests can also enjoy an Olaf Cupcake and a Toy Story Land Cupcake. Prices are $14.99 and under per adult.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge offers a number of different food options including a Star Wars themed bar/cantina, a quick service restaurant, popcorn stand, and a stand for Blue Milk.
Oga’s Cantina is where guests can dine at a cantina similar to Tatooine’s Mos Eisley Cantina from Episode IV: A New Hope called Oga’s Cantina. Patrons can try Star Wars-inspired food and unique drink concoctions!
The main quick service option Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is a Star Wars version of a farm to table restaurant. Guests can enjoy themed food like shrimp salad or more traditional options of chicken breast and desserts.
Called the ‘best food’ in Star Wars land is Ronto’s Roasters. This stand, themed as a low-tech spit roaster cooking over an old pod racer engine, serves a couple of great meat pita bread warp/sandwiches.
You cannot have a Star Wars themed land without green and blue milk! The Milk Stand is the place to go to get your blue or green milk from Bubo Wamba Family Farms.
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