Feel transformed as you leave the whirling crowds of Disney’s Hollywood Studios and step into the comforts of a charming book shop; smell freshly brewed java, page through a good book, and relax while you snack on a scrumptious selection of baked goodies.
The Writer’s Stop is a special place; an immersive shop that makes you feel like you’ve entered a charming city book shop, with a touch of Disney. The shop features a small retail section, kitchen housewares, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, comfortable seating, a vintage style television, a writer’s nook, unique studio light fixtures, and delicious snacks. Barista-style hot drinks like cappuccino, espresso, mochachino, iced coffees, cafe latte, and regular coffee with a variety of flavored syrups are featured along with a bakery case full of appetizing treats.
Service: Counter Service
Type of Food: American
Location: Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Disney Dining Plan: Yes, Snack items
Tables in Wonderland: No
Writer’s Stop Menu
Specialty coffees, tea, cocoa, cold drinks, cookies, brownies, yogurt, crispy rice treats, muffins, cupcakes, English toffee, and cinnamon buns
- This is the perfect place to escape for a rest, the Writer’s Stop is rarely busy. A vintage style television playing Disney cartoons entertains the little ones while you enjoy a java and quiet.
- The Writer’s Stop was originally placed in the old Disney’s MGM Studios under a different name to promote the ABC sitcom “Ellen,” featuring Ellen DeGeneres. It was an homage to the book shop on the show called “Buy the Book.”
Famous Dishes: Carrot cake cookie, white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, apple cinnamon muffins
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