“A Warehouse of Good Eating” is the motto at Backlot Express, which is themed as a production warehouse and is therefore positively packed with unique props, paints, and more!
Backlot Express offers classic counter service entrees: you’ll find burgers, sandwiches, and salads on the menu. And, even though most Star Wars food items are found in Galaxy’s Edge these days, you’ll often spot a fun Star Wars-themed treat or two up for grabs.
Seating for this quick service restaurant is plentiful with shelter from the sun and inclement weather via a large overhead warehouse roof. However, this is a popular eatery and can often get crowded inside. A lot of guests aren’t aware of the pleasant, covered outdoor seating area which also provides plenty of shaded seating.
It’s well worth taking a look around to scope out all the little details tucked in the backlot, no matter where you enjoy your meal!
Service: Counter Service
Type of Food: American
Location: Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Disney Dining Plan: Yes, Counter Service Credit & Snack items
Tables in Wonderland: No
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- Because of its location and large seating capacity, Backlot Express is popular and can get quite busy during peak meal times.
- Take time to stroll around and look at all of the props in the different backlot rooms — many have been used in real films!
- Backlot Express offers Mobile Order.
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