Disney’s Hollywood Studios has been a very popular park thanks to all of its new attractions!
The latest lands like Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Toy Story Land have brought huge crowds to Studios, as well as new rides like Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway! And the park still has really long waits for older thrill rides like The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster Starring Aerosmith. So, if you do manage to score a theme park reservation for Hollywood Studios, you’re going to want to have the best day possible and we’re here to help! We have all the reviews you need before you head on down Hollywood Boulevard.
Here are the 15 Disney Food Blog reviews you need to read before going to Hollywood Studios!
Table Service Restaurants
Hollywood Brown Derby
The Brown Derby is a signature dining experience based off of the famous Brown Derby restaurant(s) in California!
It’s home to the iconic Cobb Salad, which was created at the original restaurant in the 1930s, and the legendary Grapefruit Cake! This is one of the fancier restaurants in Hollywood Studios, so it’s great for a celebration!
We recently reviewed the latest menu at Brown Derby, so check it out below if you’re interested in having an old Hollywood style dinner while in Studios!
50s Prime Time Cafe
If you’re looking for some good home cooking at to be heckled like your visiting you relatives on Thanksgiving, check out 50s Prime Time Cafe! The themed dining room will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time with its retro tables and televisions. You really get the full experience of a meal in the 50s, as you look like you’re having a meal in your grandma’s kitchen!
It’s good to understand that you’re going to have sassy serves that WILL make you eat all of your vegetables!
Check out their famous Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake or dig into Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken.
Sci-Fi Dine-In Restaurant
Sci-Fi Dine-In is one of the most unique dining experiences in all of Disney World! You eat inside of an old car while watching retro films like you’re at a drive-in movie!
They serve up classics like burgers and onion rings to really capture that Old Hollywood feel.
If you’re looking for some entertainment during your meal, give Sci-Fi a try!
Counter Service Restaurants
Backlot Express is themed to look like a production warehouse and is a great spot for lunch while in Hollywood Studios.
They have classic theme parks eats like burgers and French fries and they usually have some kind of Star Wars themed treat on the menu! Which makes sense, as it’s located right next to Star Tours.
If you’re looking for your typical theme park food to power you through your day or need to feed some picky eaters, check out Backlot Express!
ABC Commissary is designed to look exactly like what the name says, a commissary on the ABC production lot!
It recently reopened from refurbishment and is known for serving things like pot roast, ribs, and burgers. A new style of fast-casual dinner service has just made its debut at this location.
Check out what the new dinner service is like at ABC Commissary to see if it’s the right choice for your next trip!
Over on Sunset Boulevard is Fairfax Fare, a small stand sitting in the shadow of Tower of Terror.
The counter service location just got an all new menu that features various kinds of hot dogs!
There’s a classic Chicago dog and even a plant-based brat for all the non-meat eaters. It’s the perfect stop if you want a quick bite and love a good hot dog!
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
Docking Bay 7 is in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and themed to a delivery shuttle that ships goods on and off the planet of Batuu.
They serve things like Endorian Fried Tip Yip (don’t worry, it’s just chicken) and Batuuan Beef Pot Roast. It’s a great place to fuel up on your travels through the galaxy!
If you have picky eaters, they should be happy here, as there is some pretty standard food (just served under unusual names) like mac ‘n’ cheese!
Woody’s Lunch Box
Andy’s coming!!!! Woody’s Lunch Box will have you feel like you’ve shrunk down to the size of a toy in Andy’s backyard!
Sit down and relax on the Babybel Cheese seats to enjoy an incredible grilled cheese sandwich or a Lunch Box Tart!
This spot also serves a delicious breakfast to grab before you hop in line for Slinky Dog Dash!
Ronto Roasters has gained a big fan following thanks to its ever so popular Ronto Wrap!
There are breakfast and lunch versions, as well as plant based offerings.
This is a great spot to get out of the sun in Galaxy’s Edge, and it’s right next to the Black Spire Outpost Market, so you can shop right after your meal!
The Market can be found just before you get to Toy Story Land, and it has some great snack options! We found some awesome sweet and savory popcorn when we stopped by recently!
This is also the spot to grab Jack Jack’s famous Num Num Cookie!
And they also have the Sunshine Margarita that is sure to cool you down while walking through Hollywood Studios!
Definitely check out The Market if you’re looking for a quick snack!
If you’re looking for some excellent ice cream while in Studios, look no further than Hollywood Scoops! The spot serves hand-scooped ice cream on Sunset Boulevard.
They also have morning cocktails, that’s right, MORNING COCKTAILS!
Those will come in handy if you need a little liquid courage to get on Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster!
By now, you’ve probably heard about the blue and green milk in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Some people love them, some people HATE them, but we think everyone should try them! And you can do that over at the Milk Stand.
If you don’t like the plain milk, and you’re 21 or older, we suggest trying the boozy versions of the drinks! They seem to be a bit more enjoyable.
BaseLine Tap House
BaseLine Tap House is an excellent spot to pick up a nice craft beer or have a mid-day snack while you’re on Grand Avenue! They serve giant pretzels, charcuterie boards, and have some non-alcoholic drinks for those who do not wish to (or legally can’t) indulge!
They have a GREAT deal at BaseLine called the BaseLine Bundle where you can get Bavarian Pretzel and your choice of a craft beer in a souvenir cup for $20, that’s pretty good for Disney World!
We’re finally here! The place you’ve all been waiting for! Oga’s Cantina is easily the hardest reservation to get at Hollywood Studios, especially right now with its limited capacity. But this bar is awesome!
Oga’s transports you right into the world of Star Wars and the drinks are super fun and strong.
We recommend the Fuzzy Tauntaun (watch out for that foam!) and the Outer Rim!
Those are ALL of the reviews you need to read before enjoying your day in Disney’s Hollywood Studios! We hope this can help you have the best day possible and brings some delicious food into your life. Stay tuned to DFB for any changes we see to all of these food spots!
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Where’s your favorite place to eat in Hollywood Studios? Let us know in the comments!