Breaking! Menu for Woody’s Lunch Box in Disney World’s Toy Story Land Revealed!

Just last week, we gave you a little sneak peek

Lunch Box Tarts at Woody's Lunch Box ©Disney

Lunch Box Tarts at Woody’s Lunch Box ©Disney

… but now we know what’s going to be tucked inside of Woody’s Lunch Box — the Quick Service location opening along with the rest of Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios on June 30, 2018!

Woody's Lunch Box Concept Art©Disney

Woody’s Lunch Box Concept Art©Disney

We’ll be able to visit Andy’s lunch box, which has been turned on its side, propped with a thermos, and transformed into Woody’s Lunch Box soon! This spot — which will be appropriately sized to all of us “toys” visiting Toy Story Land — will serve hot sandwiches, sides, and desserts and specialty drinks. The focus is on classic comfort flavor combos, with a definite twist for more than a few of the items!

Let’s have a look!

Breakfast at Woody’s Lunch Box

The S’more French Toast Breakfast Sandwich ($7.99) will feature chocolate ganache- and marshmallow-stuffed French toast topped with graham cracker crumbles, inspired by the popular campfire treat, of course.

S'more French Toast Breakfast Sandwich ©Disney

S’more French Toast Breakfast Sandwich ©Disney

It’s all in the name with the Smoked Turkey, Eggs, Swiss, Peppers, and Onions on Sourdough ($7.49).

Smoked Turkey, Eggs, Swiss, Peppers and Onions on Sourdough ©Disney

Smoked Turkey, Eggs, Swiss, Peppers and Onions on Sourdough ©Disney

The Breakfast Bowl ($8.49) will include potato barrels (tots), brisket-country gravy, and scrambled eggs. (And I am ALL IN on this one!)

Breakfast Bowl ©Disney

Breakfast Bowl ©Disney

Banana Split Yogurt Parfaits ($5.99) offer a lighter option to start a day of adventuring To Infinity… and Beyond!!!

Banana Split Yogurt Parfait ©Disney

Banana Split Yogurt Parfait ©Disney

These are made of banana-vanilla Greek yogurt with a bit of honey, fresh bananas, strawberries, and pineapple topped with granola and chocolate chips.

Lunch and Dinner at Woody’s Lunch Box

The BBQ Brisket Melt we spotted the other day is officially confirmed!

BBQ Brisket Melt ©Disney

BBQ Brisket Melt ©Disney

Consider this Texas-style smoked brisket with cheddar, Monterey Jack, pickles, and BBQ sauce on garlic butter-grilled sourdough as a nod to Woody ($12.99, served with choice of Side).

The Monte Cristo with Raspberry Jam pairs the sweetness of the jam with the savory ham, turkey, and Swiss, all grilled up together ($11.49, served with choice of Side). (The last time Disney World saw a Monte Cristo on a counter-service menu was many moons ago in Magic Kingdom, so we’re eager to see if this is as much of a crowd pleaser as that one was! Of course nothing will top the Disneyland Monte Cristo!)

Monte Cristo with Raspberry Jam ©Disney

Monte Cristo with Raspberry Jam ©Disney

A Grilled Three-Cheese Sandwich will also be available ($8.99, served with choice of Side).

A fresh option (served cold) will be the Smoked Turkey, Tomato, and Lettuce on Multigrain Bread, topped with a creamy Dijonnaise ($9.99, served with choice of Side).

Smoked Turkey on Multigrain Bread ©Disney

Smoked Turkey on Multigrain Bread ©Disney

And lunch and dinner will have a bowl of its own… check out the Totchos ($8.99), featuring potato barrels, corn chips, chili, and cheese (of the plastic variety, no less)!!!

Totchos ©Disney

Totchos ©Disney

Side options will include tomato basil soup, vegetable macaroni salad, and potato barrels.

Side options ©Disney

Side options ©Disney

And — as the Official Snack Cheese of Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and Disney Cruise Line — Mini Babybel snack cheese will also be available to try with your meal or grab as a snack.

Kids’ Menu at Woody’s Lunch Box

For breakfast, kids can enjoy a smaller portion of the S’mores French Toast Sandwich ($5.99) or the Breakfast Sandwich with Smoked Turkey, Eggs, Swiss, Peppers and Onion ($5.49).

Grilled Cheese ($5.99) or a Turkey Sandwich ($6.79) are lunch and dinner options for the kiddos, served with potato barrels and mandarin oranges.

Desserts at Woody’s Lunch Box

Lunch Box Tarts ($3.29) will provide dessert options at Woody’s Lunch Box! Our initial suspicions have been confirmed, that one of the iced tart options will be topped with bacon: it’s the Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart garnished with Icing and Caramelized Bacon.

Lunch Box Tarts at Woody's Lunch Box ©Disney

Lunch Box Tarts at Woody’s Lunch Box ©Disney

You can also order up the Raspberry Lunch Box Tart garnished with Icing and Dried Fruit and Chocolate.

Specialty Drinks and Souvenir Cup at Woody’s Lunch Box

The promised Soda Floats ($4.99) will pair ice cream poured over with your choice of a bubbly beverage.

Soda Floats ©Disney

Soda Floats ©Disney

And the signature Mystic Portal Punch — Powerade Mountain Berry Blast with flavors of lemon-lime and tangerine — will be available with or without the Alien Sipper (or you can fill the sipper with the fountain beverage of your choice).

Mystic Portal Punch and Alien Sipper

Mystic Portal Punch and Alien Sipper

The Mystic Portal Punch without an Alien Sipper will be $4.49, or $16.19 with the souvenir sipper… in which case, you’d better watch out for THE CLAW!!!

Finally, the bigger toys in your group (age 21 and over) can choose from beer, hard cider, and the Grown-Up’s Lemonade cocktail ($9.25): cherry vodka, Odwalla Lemonade, and black cherry purée.

Disney has confirmed on their website that Woody’s Lunch Box will accept the Disney Dining Plan.

Find out everything you need to know about Toy Story Land on our Toy Story Land Facts and Info Page here!!

What would you like to round up at Woody’s Lunch Box when it opens this summer? Please let us know with a comment!

Comments

  1. Patricia says

    I’m so glad to see the Monte Cristo sandwich return to this side of the country. It seems like forever since we had the ability to enjoy the sandwich in the Magic Kingdom. I hope it will be as good.

    I’m all for the combo of Tomato Basil soup with the kid’s Grilled Cheese!

  2. Essie says

    Great report, AJ! I’m so excited about this land and who knows, by the time I get back to Disney world, TEL may have even more in it! I like the look of the turkey breakfast sandwich and the faux Monte Cristo. I love those, but can’t find them where I live. Even one that’s not matter dipped would be appreciated! First I’d get my claw cup, though!

  3. Shellphish says

    Interested to know what the gluten free/allergen free menu options will be. Maybe the tot bowls?

  4. says

    Pack their food in small, easy to open containers, snap lock bags or wrap in alfoil rather than cling wrap, (cling wrap can be tricky for little fingers) if they can’t open their lunch and are too shy to approach the teacher they won’t be able to eat it

  5. Tarantula says

    I’ve heard people soooooo excited about this menu and it’s just NOT my thing at all. I’m happy they have something for everyone but I probably won’t be at this little lunch box stop all that often. Maybe once to say I tried it? Hope they have some other exciting options for this land but I will say I’m happy that others are so excited for this :)

  6. Dizneydaz says

    This looks really good! We’ll check it out on our next visit. September?? The Monte Cristo looks good but, you’re right, not as good as at Disneyland! I came to that sandwich late, and love it!

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