So, yes, we are pretty much experts when it comes to eating in Disney World.
We certainly have our favorite restaurants and some that we’d rather skip. But, if you’re headed to Disney World you’re going to want to know EVERYTHING there is to know about dining so that you can make the best choices for your family. Well, we’re here to help with the ULTIMATE GUIDE to eating in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
50’s Prime Time Cafe is located near Echo Lake (the water with the big green dino named Gertie in it!) and serves up a menu of American home cooking. This sit down restaurant is ALL about the fun Cast Members serving you. You might get razzed for not finishing your veggies or not cleaning your plate — all while sitting in sitcom-style kitchen-themed rooms! We love the Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake and the Fried Chicken! Be sure to request a table with a TV set at it!
Consider dining at 50s Prime Time Cafe if…
- You love Cast Member interaction! These aren’t your traditional Disney servers — they’re a whole lotta fun!
- You love comfort foods! Load up on meatloaf, fried chicken, big desserts, and those ginormous shakes!
- You want loads of atmosphere to go with your meal. This place SO much fun. Kids and adults looking for a fun meal will likely enjoy the experience. This place looks like a thrift shop lover’s dream with all the fun knick knacks!
Consider skipping 50s Prime Time Cafe if…
- You’re looking for something fancy. This table service restaurant is VERY casual. This is comfort food done VERY well.
- You don’t like being the center of attention or themed dining. The servers like to poke fun and interact with guests so be ready to be the butt of the joke! You can ask them to ease up on the razzing, but where’s the fun in that?
- You want a dark, quiet meal. The Hollywood Brown Derby is a better choice if you’re looking for a romantic night out! Here, prepare for, at times, loud and silly antics.
Hollywood Brown Derby is located on Hollywood Boulevard and is serving up an American gourmet menu. Themed after the REAL Brown Derby restaurants from back in the day in Los Angeles, this is a cozy and romantic place for a quiet meal. Our favorites? The Famous Cobb Salad, of course, and the Grapefruit Cake.
Consider dining at The Hollywood Brown Derby if…
- You’re interested in trying some seriously classic foods (like the Cobb Salad) and want to “take a bite out of history,” so to speak (learn more about the history of this restaurant’s classic dishes here!).
- You’ve got an upscale palate with a liking for finer ingredients and well-curated flavor pairings.
- You’re all about the feeling of classic Hollywood and want to immerse yourself into that vibe. Apart from the great food, a big draw of this spot is the atmosphere, after all. Other sit-down locations in Hollywood Studios focus more on fun in theming or characters. This is a spot to slow down, enjoy a meal and maybe a cocktail, and relax.
Consider skipping The Hollywood Brown Derby if…
- You’re in search of a quick and light meal. Typically, the Brown Derby also offers lounge-style dining with small plates, but it’s only serving up cocktails and other drinks outside at the moment. Baseline TapHouse is another good option in the park for a light meal, but options are VERY limited. We have had luck recently at Rosie’s All-American Cafe though if you’re looking for fresher, lighter fare!
- You’re not really looking to splurge on a meal. While we do think many portion sizes are fair for what you pay, as a Signature Restaurant, the Brown Derby isn’t cheap.
- Your family has more of a hamburger, sandwiches, and fries kind of vibe. They DO have a good burger here, but if you’re happy to stroll past the Brown Derby and on to Woody’s Lunch Box, we fully support you.
Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano is located on Grand Avenue (back behind Muppet Square!) with Italian dishes. This is another spot killin’ it with the theming. Mama’s old school Italian-meets-Hollywood vibes and backstory are fun to take in! We recommend trying the Chicken alla Parmigiana or the Spaghetti and Meatball Cupcake (yeah, it’s on the kids’ menu but it’s SO FUN and so good too!).
You might want to dine at Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano if…
- You want a sit-down meal in a theme park without a ton of options or you waited too long to book a reseration. Mama’s typically is fairly easy to book last minute.
- You love approachable, simple Italian food
- You enjoy looking at unique, kitschy decor
You might not want to dine at Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano if…
- You want a quick bite and don’t want to commit to a full meal. Portions are pretty large here!
- You are looking for something adventurous to eat. The food here is very simplistic and predictable.
- You want a more vibrant atmosphere. The decor is cute, but it still looks like a fairly generic eatery. Hollywood Studios has restaurants with fun over the top atmospheres including 50s Prime Time Cafe and Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant where you can eat like you’re at a drive-in movie!
Strolling over to Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater on Commissary Lane you’ll find American favorites like Fried Pickles and the Drive-In BBQ Burger. The REAL big draw here though? You’re eating IN A CAR! Plus it’s themed like an old drive-in complete with a screen playing old sci-fi hits.
Consider dining at Sci-Fi Dine-In if:
- You really want to get that retro, Hollywood Studios vibe. The atmosphere here is fantastic and one of the best you’ll get anywhere in Disney World.
- You like some entertainment with your meal. The shorts, movie trailers, and other things shown on the big screen are absolutely fantastic and give a lot of added value to this spot.
- You are a fan of classic foods like burgers and shakes. Like we said, those are the go-to items here.
You may want to skip Sci-Fi Dine-In if:
- You’re in a hurry and want to eat somewhere really quickly before running to Slinky Dog Dash or some of the other big rides. To truly enjoy this spot, you’ll want to give yourself enough time to watch the full movie and trailers loop and just enjoy your meal in the cool atmosphere.
- You’re looking for some really unique food or a SUPER special burger. The food here is good, but nothing incredibly special. It’s not the type of spot where you say “wow! I can’t get this anywhere else” or “wow! This is the best thing I’ve ever eaten!” So, if you’re looking for that type of food experience, this may not be the place for you.
- You want to be able to look at and converse with the other member of your party while you dine. As we mentioned, you’ll likely be looking at the back of your kids’ or grandma’s head instead of chit-chatting here due to the seating!
If you’ve been to Hollywood and Vine, you may have been visiting character dining like the Disney Junior Play ‘n Dine Breakfast or Minnie’s Seasonal Dine for lunch or dinner. This spot is on Echo Lake right near 50s Prime Time Cafe with American favorites on a VERY improved menu. This spot’s buffets weren’t much to write home about, food-wise, but in recent years it’s totally redeemed itself with a totally revamped plated menu.
You Might Enjoy Minnie’s Seasonal Dine at Hollywood & Vine if:
- You want to experience one of the few character dining opportunities in Disney World right now.
- You’re looking for a table service restaurant at Hollywood Studios that offers entertainment for little ones.
- You’ve had the buffet here before and want to try a different experience at Hollywood & Vine.
You Might Skip Minnie’s Seasonal Dine at Hollywood & Vine if:
- Characters aren’t your main Disney World priority.
- You’re don’t have little ones in your party, especially for breakfast. That’s a lot of Disney Junior characters!
- You want a fancy atmosphere. Try the Hollywood Brown Derby instead!
Moving on to quick service, you can head to ABC Commissary on Commissary Lane for international and American cuisine on a revamped menu. This spot used to be one of the more ho-hum locations in the park for us with a very generic cafeteria-like menu. In the past year it has done a 180 and is cranking out fresh, really good quality food!
Head to ABC Commissary if…
- You are looking for a quick meal in Hollywood Studios that provides ample air-conditioned seating.
- You want a quick meal that offers a bit more than a standard burger or chicken nuggets.
- You are looking to get a good portion of food for what you are paying.
Dine somewhere else in Hollywood Studios if…
- You want an immersive experience.
- You want a table service experience.
- You want a character experience.
At Backlot Express, you can try things like the Backlot Burger and other American eats at the location in Echo Lake. You’ll find this large restaurant near Star Tours. This unassuming location actually is cram-packed with fun theming and will make you feel like you stepped backstage on a film set! It’s the home of one of our favorite cookies — the Wookie Cookie.
Add the Backlot Express to your Hollywood Studios plans if:
- You are looking for something quick to eat near Star Tours or MuppetVision 3D.
- You have several kids or picky eaters in your party and want to make sure there are simple options everyone will enjoy. This spot is a solid bet for chicken strips and burgers.
- You want a LOT of seating to choose from. Hollywood Studio’s fast food locations like Sunset Ranch Market over near Tower of Terror can get notoriously crowded at busy times. There’s ample (covered!) seating here.
Visit another Hollywood Studio option if:
- You are looking for more exciting food options. Maybe head to Docking Bay 7 in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge for some more unique food!
- You are very particular about a burger and only want to eat the best versions around. This is your average theme park burger fare here.
- You like a variety when it comes to desserts. The name of the game here is that cookie or the cute paint can cake currently.
Catalina Eddie’s is one of several spots located on Sunset Boulevard in the Sunset Ranch area where a couple of small fast food spots come together to share seating. This one serves up Italian food like Pizza and Breadsticks.
You SHOULD eat at Catalina Eddie’s if…
- You’re CRAVING Italian food but don’t want to sacrifice a lot of time for your lunch.
- You’re on the hunt for a fun or seasonal dessert.
- You want to give everyone in your party a choice for their lunch. Someone can swing by Catalina Eddies, another can get in line at Rosie’s, etc.
You should SKIP Catalina Eddie’s if…
- You’re not the biggest fan of Italian food.
- You’re looking to be wowed by your Hollywood Studios meal.
- You’re hoping to avoid the seating pain that can be trying to score a table (possibly in the sun) at Sunset Ranch Market at peak times.
Over at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you can head to Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo for full entrees, desserts, and beverages from SPACE. This location is heavily themed to fit into the world of Galaxy’s Edge and offers fun indoor and outdoor seating. The food is relatively approachable but with a “space” twist to make it fun. Try the Felucian Garden Spread or the Braised Shaak Roast.
Make landing at Docking Bay 7 if:
- You want a quick, filling meal with a great Star Wars-themed atmosphere while in Galaxy’s Edge.
- You have picky eaters. Between the Endorian Fried Chicken Tip Yip, Batuuan Beef Pot Roast, and Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread, there’s something here that will please everyone. Yes, the names are weird…but the food is pretty standard and basic when you get down to it!
- You want to eat in a Star Wars-themed restaurant. Aside from the limited seating around Ronto Roasters, this is your best bet.
Fly elsewhere if:
- You want a long, relaxing sit-down meal at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in a quiet space.
- You want something more unique in flavor (not just shape). The mac and cheese, fried chicken, broccoli, and beer were all pretty basic menu items. They’ll please a wide range of people, but nothing earth shaking here.
- You really just want a Ronto Wrap (they’re SO good) and would rather fill up on that instead of food here.
You SHOULD eat at Dockside Diner if…
- Your theme park day isn’t complete without a bite of the basics.
- It’s a super crowded day and you’re hoping to find a spot with a shorter line.
- You just want a snack!
You should SKIP Dockside Diner if…
- You’re hoping for a memorable meal.
- You aren’t the biggest fan of hot dogs.
Back over on Sunset Boulevard, you’ll find Fairfax Fare where you can pick up a variety of Hot Dogs! This is located near the Sunset Ranch Market area as well.
Drop by Fairfax Fare if…
- You LOOOVE hot dogs and you want to try some outside-the-box options.
- You want something that’s quick and easy to eat in Hollywood Studios.
- You want a place where you can dine outside with a view of what’s going on around you.
Keep On Walking if…
- You don’t like hot dogs. That’s pretty much the gist of what you’ll get here.
- You want something a little more exciting or unique than a hot dog with atypical toppings.
- You’re looking for a meal that’s relaxing, fancy, out of the heat, or at a table service restaurant. This one is for those who are on the go!
PizzeRizzo is located on Grand Avenue (not surprisingly — near MuppetVison 3D) and is a bit notorious for less-than-stellar pizza. The theming, centered around Rizzo the Rat, is a LOT of fun though. Still, you can grab Italian options like Pizza, Cannolis, and Antipasto Salad.
You might want to eat at PizzeRizzo if…
- You are in need of a quick bite and don’t want to wait. Woody’s Lunch Box and other popular counter-service restaurants in this park can have a long wait time, but we rarely see a long wait at PizzeRizzo.
- You want to please the picky eaters. Sometimes you go to a restaurant and the picky eaters in the family can’t pick anything on the menu to eat. Pizza is typically an easily agreeable meal for groups.
- You LOVE the Muppets. Fans of the Muppets will love looking at the artwork and decor around the restaurant (be sure to venture upstairs!).
- You are traveling in a big group. There are TONS of places to sit here, and you could easily fit a large group in here.
You might NOT want to eat at PizzeRizzo if…
- You want flavorful food. With the exception of a couple things, the food here is plain and won’t satisfy adventurous eaters. If you’re looking for destination foods you can only get at Disney World, skip this spot.
- You’re only at the theme parks for a limited time. There is SO much amazing Disney food out there, so don’t waste your time on boring pizza!
- You prefer thin-crust pizza or flatbread. This crust is THICK and doughy, and just not very good. If you are a thin-crust pizza person, steer clear. This is generic theme park puffy pizza.
Ronto Roasters is a very tasty breakfast, lunch, and snack kiosk located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. The Ronto Wrap here is a favorite of many (Us. It’s Us.)! This snack/meal has become a must-do for many visiting the park for good reason! In fact, a number of variations on the original wrap have since debuted.
Head to Ronto Roasters if…
- You want to try the wraps that most folks rave about. These are a seriously good lunch option.
- You’re a plant-based eater! There are some awesome plant-based items on this menu!
- You want “space food” in Galaxy’s Edge but the…unique…menu at Docking Bay 7 isn’t doing anything for you.
SKIP Ronto Roasters if…
- You’re not a fan of pita wraps.
- You’ve got pickier eaters in your party. These wraps aren’t the most basic of eats!
- You don’t want to eat outside. There are no indoor tables here so you’ll likely be sitting outside or eating on the go with this portable food.
Rosie’s All-American Cafe is on Sunset Boulevard in that Sunset Market Ranch area again! Rosie’s is serving up a very good Fried Green Tomato Sandwich and other classics like a Chili-Cheese Foot-long Hot Dog, Burgers, and Chicken Nuggets.
You might want to eat at Rosie’s All-American Cafe if…
- You’re looking for interesting plant-based options! Seriously, try out that “vegan lobster!”
- You want a quick meal. This is fast and easy and (as we mentioned before) there are lots of other cuisines at other locations within arms reach for others to choose from.
You might NOT want to eat at Rosie’s All-American Cafe if…
- You’re looking for a big, sit-down meal. Rosie’s is going to net you an easy, quick-service style experience but the food and atmosphere won’t wow you.
- You tend to like more adventurous eats. Most of the flavors on this menu are pretty basic!
- You don’t want to sit outside, possibly in the heat and sun, to eat your meal.
The Trolley Car Cafe is actually a Starbucks location located on Hollywood Boulevard. Try the Carrot Cake Cookie! It’s one of our favorites.
You might want to visit The Trolley Car Cafe if…
- You would love to grab Starbucks as a pick-me-up for your park day.
- You’re in the market to try the ICONIC Carrot Cake Cookie (!!!).
- You’re not a fan of the roasts at Joffrey’s coffee stands.
You might NOT want to visit The Trolley Car Cafe if…
- You’d rather get something that you can’t try outside of Disney World. You probably have a Starbucks nearby at home!
- It’s first thing in the morning. The lines are LONG in the morning at this spot and get a lot shorter later in the day.
Woody’s Lunch Box is located in Toy Story Land and serves nostalgic American classics with a twist. The small location — especially its seating area — is loaded with really fun larger than life decor! For breakfast, we recommend the S’mores French Toast Sandwich, and for lunch and dinner, grab the Grilled Three-Cheese Sandwich or Totchos. Don’t forget about the Lunch Box Tarts!
Head to Woody’s Lunch Box if…
- You are looking for a quick meal in Hollywood Studios.
- You want fun, filling, and inexpensive options.
- You’re dying to eat your meal in Toy Story Land. This is the only real food you can get in the land until Rodeo Roundup BBQ opens.
Dine somewhere else in Hollywood Studios if…
- You’re looking for more healthy options.
- You want a relaxing (read: air-conditioned) dining experience. This spot is also MEGA popular and is often packed.
- You’re looking for something more substantial than simple sandwiches and (oven-baked!) tots.
Hollywood Studios has a few options when it comes to bars and lounges. One of our favorites is BaseLine Tap House on Grand Avenue where you can try California beer and wine and a limited small bites menu.
Head to BaseLine Tap House if…
- You’re a pretzel connoisseur! They’ve got a good one here! Plus their charcuterie board is top-notch.
- You’re a beer drinker! This is one of the best spots to get your sip on in all of Disney World.
- You’re looking for a relaxing, underrated spot to sit for a while.
Dine somewhere else in Hollywood Studios if…
- It’s pouring rain. BaseLine Tap House is lacking when it comes to well-covered seating!
- You’re not a beer drinker. While there are non-beer options here, if no one in your party drinks beer you might have a better time elsewhere.
- You don’t want to wait! We often see a line wrapped around outside for half an hour to just get in and order your beers!
Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge is located on Hollywood Boulevard adjacent to the Hollywood Brown Derby. There, you’ll find crafted cocktails and American gourmet eats. This used to be a first-come, first-serve sit down location where you could order small bites and drinks but take a note that some options here (ahem…food!) are currently unavailable.
Head to Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge if…
- You want to try some of the Hollywood Brown Derby options without the full table-service time commitment.
- You’re looking for a high-quality cocktail!
Dine somewhere else in Hollywood Studios if…
- You’ve got restless kiddos. This spot is a lovely place to sit and people watch which your littles might not appreciate.
- You DO want the full table-service experience or some AC.
Oasis Canteen is located on Echo Lake and serves up sweet mixed drinks and a full bar. Look for cocktails like the Snake Alley, The Lost Jewel, and Long Lost Island.
Head to Oasis Canteen if…
- You’re looking for a fun, themed cocktail!
- You tend to like sweeter, fruitier drinks.
Go somewhere else in Hollywood Studios if…
- You’re looking for a more classic cocktail or are not a fan of sweet drinks.
A particularly popular location in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is Oga’s Cantina, serving up “otherworldly concoctions.” If you’re a big Star Wars fan, this is likely on your must-do list! Get a reservation as soon as possible — this books up FAST! The Fuzzy Tauntaun and the Blue Bantha are only a few of the many interesting options on this menu.
Head to Oga’s Cantina if…
- You’re a Star Wars fan! The theme here can’t be beaten!
- You love a unique, can’t-find-anywhere-else cocktail.
- You’re looking for fun music! DJ R3X plays some seriously bumpin’ tunes!
SKIP Oga’s Cantina if…
- You’re not a fan of paying VERY high prices for pre-mixed drinks.
- You’re looking for tasty bar food. Oga’s very limited apps…leave something to be desired.
- You’re not a huge Star Wars fan. The main appeal of Oga’s Cantina is the elaborate theme so if you’re not into it, skip it!
Sunshine Day Bar is another location on Sunset Boulevard, also serving up cocktails and a full bar.
Head to Sunshine Day Bar if…
- You’re looking for a drink as you stroll down Sunset Boulevard!
- You want something specific. This spot boasts a full bar!
SKIP Sunshine Day Bar if…
- You’re not a drinker. There aren’t too many non-alcoholic options here!
- You’re feeling thirsty across the park. We wouldn’t say this spot is worth changing your route to head over here!
Head into ’50s Prime Time Cafe to try Tune-In Lounge where you can order from the full ’50s Prime Time Cafe menu, as well as ’50s themed cocktails and the famous PB&J Milkshake. The theming here is (surprise, surprise!) REALLY fun and elaborate. We love relaxing with a drink here mid-day! Note this spot is still temporarily closed.
Head to Tune-In Lounge if…
- You couldn’t get into 50’s Prime Time and still want to try some of the eats and drinks!
- You want the 50’s Prime Time food without the scolds and antics from the servers.
- You’ve heard you just HAVE to try the PB&J Milkshake (Trust us, you do).
SKIP Tune-In Lounge if…
- You’d rather FULLY experience 50’s Prime Time Cafe with the antics included.
- You’d rather grab an on-the-go eat or drink to maximize your park time.
- You’re not into the kitschy retro vibe here.
Now, let’s talk kiosks. We’re talking smaller than a Quick Service spot but still a dedicated location that serves a limited amount of food or drink. Anaheim Produce is located on Sunset Boulevard and is your go-to spot for fresh fruit and the Frozen Golden Margarita.
Head to Anaheim Produce if…
- You’re really craving some fresh fruit as a pick-me-up.
- The Golden Margarita sounds right up your alley.
SKIP Anaheim Produce if…
- You don’t want to pay too-high prices for plain ol’ fruit. Bring in your own fruit for a lot cheaper!
- You want a variety of drink options.
Dinosaur Gertie’s Ice Cream of Extinction is located in the very eye-catching Dinosaur Gertie on Echo Lake. Unsurprisingly, the spot does serve ice cream.
Head to Dinosaur Gertie’s Ice Cream of Extinction if…
- You could really go for some simple and delicious ice cream treats!
- You want to buy something from a historic replica (check out the plaque about Gertie’s history! She’s kind of a big deal! 😉).
SKIP Dinosaur Gertie’s Ice Cream of Extinction if…
- You’re looking for a more unique dessert option.
Epic Eats is also in Echo Lake serving up American snacks, specifically funnel cake.
Head to Epic Eats if…
- You’ve got a hankerin’ for a funnel cake!
SKIP Epic Eats if…
- You want anything other than funnel cake (or the basics like water).
- You’re far away from Echo Lake. This spot is another that’s not worth heading out of the way to visit!
Looking for more ice cream options? Hollywood Scoops on Sunset Boulevard is another stop for ice cream. You’ll find this spot on the corner nearest Tower of Terror and Rock N Roller Coaster. Snag the Brownie Sundae or Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich.
Head to Hollywood Scoops if…
- It feels like ice cream time on Sunset Boulevard.
- You’re waiting on the fam to ride Rock N Roller Coaster or Tower of Terror!
- You’re about to watch seasonal projections on Tower of Terror!
SKIP Hollywood Scoops if…
- You’re not feeling ice cream as your dessert for the day.
- You’re closer to a different ice cream stop in the park (this is a bit out of the way if you’re not already down here!).
No Disney park experience would be complete without access to popcorn and that’s just what you’ll get at Hot and Fresh Popcorn on Hollywood Boulevard.
Head to Hot and Fresh Popcorn if…
- It’s time to fill up on that Disney World popcorn you love so much.
- You want to check out the latest souvenir popcorn buckets!
SKIP Hot and Fresh Popcorn if…
- You’re not a popcorn fan.
- You want something more substantial than average Disney World quickie snacks like Mickey Bars or soft drinks.
The Ice Cold Snack Stand, located just near the park entrance, is a good spot to grab your favorite Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bars.
Head to Ice Cold Snack Stand if…
- You’re READY for your daily (or at least it should be daily) Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar.
- You’re looking for a sweet treat near the front of the park.
SKIP Ice Cold Snack Stand if…
- You’re in the back of the park. There are several spots to grab Mickey bars that won’t have you walking as far!
This park also has several Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company locations including one on Pixar Place and one near Tower of Terror on Sunset Boulevard. This is a great place to get your coffee and perk up or nab a pastry.
Head to Joffrey’s Coffee and Tea Company Locations if…
- You need a mid-day pick-me-up!
- You’ve never tried or LOVE Joffrey’s coffee! This brand is found all around Disney World and has some die-hard fans!
- You want to check out the seasonal drinks!
SKIP Joffrey’s Coffee and Tea Company Locations if…
- You’re a stalwart Starbucks fan. Head to Trolley Car Cafe instead!
- You’d rather skip the cup o’ joe altogether.
Kat Saka’s Kettle in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge serves up a very unique flavored popcorn mix called Outpost Mix. This snack stand is TINY and limited in offerings, but a must-do if you’re looking to tackle all the foods of Galaxy’s Edge.
Head to Kat Saka’s Kettle if…
- You want a try a more unique snack that still has some classic appeal.
- You like sweet and salty combos!
SKIP Kat Saka’s Kettle if…
- You think fruity and spicy popcorn mixed together sounds weird (a LOT of folks agree that this one is a skip).
- You’d rather have a classic bag of butter popcorn!
KRNR Station on Sunset Boulevard is just outside of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and serves up American snacks like Chili Macaroni & Cheese and Frozen Lemonade. Keep in mind, this spot isn’t always open.
Head to KRNR The Rock Station if…
- You’re a fan of da mac and cheeeeeeese.
- You’re looking for a filling snack to hold you over until dinnertime!
SKIP KRNR The Rock Station if…
- You don’t want to fill up on a snack.
- You’d rather have something more classic than a bowl of mac.
- You’re not near Rock N Roller Coaster. This spot is pretty out of the way if not!
Did you even go to Galaxy’s Edge if you didn’t drink the milk?!? The Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is where you’ll find the very iconic and very controversial Blue and Green Milk in both non-alcoholic and spiked varieties. What’s your stance?
Head to Milk Stand if…
- You’re a Star Wars fan! This is another must-do for fans of the film.
- You’ve never tried the milks. Come oooonnnnn, you gotta try it once. 😉
SKIP Milk Stand if…
- You’ve had the milk and would rather not have it again.
- You’re not a fan of the idea of a plant-based milk slush
Head to Neighborhood Bakery if…
- You want to try the Num Num Cookie!
- You’re looking for more fun, seasonal treats!
SKIP Neighborhood Bakery if…
- You’re looking for a full meal instead of quick snacks.
Head to Nut Wagon if…
- You want nothing more than a pile of glazed nuts. The smell of those nuts…mmmmmm.
SKIP Nut Wagon if…
- You’d rather grab a different simple snack!
Peevy’s Polar Pipeline is located in Echo Lake and has several frozen beverage options.
Head to Peevy’s Polar Pipeline if…
- You’re feeling super hot and want to grab a frozen slush! P.S. Make sure to stay hydrated too!
- You’ve got picky kiddos who you need to appease with an easy, on-the-go treat.
SKIP Peevy’s Polar Pipeline if…
- You’re looking for a more unique dessert or drink option.
Pretzel Palooza is where you’ll find pretzels and ice cream novelties. You’ll find this over near Rock N Roller Coaster. We’ve seen the Cheddar Jalapeno Pretzel here as well as a Sweet Cream Cheese Stuffed Pretzel.
Head to Pretzel Palooza if…
- It’s Mickey Pretzel time, babyyyyy.
- You’re looking for some of the DELICIOUS more unique pretzel flavors!
- You’re nearby and hoping for a Mickey bar.
SKIP Pretzel Palooza if…
- You’re hoping for a full meal option.
- You’re a pretzel connoisseur. These ARE still your basic Disney World pretzels, even the fancier flavors. Head to BaseLine Tap House instead!
- You’re not all the way down by Rock N Roller Coaster already.
The Market is located just next to Neighborhood Bakery in Pixar Place and serves up classics like the Mickey Pretzel, Churros, and more.
Head to The Market if…
- You’re nearby and looking for a classic snack!
- You’re ready for a quick break before or after heading into Toy Story Land. This spot also has a few decent breakfast options if you’re rushing to Slinky Dog Dash first thing in the morning!
SKIP The Market if…
- You’re elsewhere in the park. These items are available all around!
And that just about does it for our full guide to Hollywood Studios eating! WHEW! That’s a LOT of food! Hopefully, this helps you to plan your trip and decide what the best locations are for your family. If you have any questions feel free to ask them in the comments and as always, stay tuned to DFB for all the latest coverage from Disney World and beyond.
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