Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Dine like the stars at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. There are plenty of good eats and good times to be had when you make a reservation at any of the five table service restaurants in this park.

B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner, S – Snack
$ – under $15, $$ – $15 – $35, $$$ – $35 – $60, $$$$ – $60 and up
* estimated prices per person, per meal

Prime Time Cafe 1

  • 50’s Prime Time Cafe – Travel back in time to the 1950’s in this fun, vintage themed restaurant where you’ll feel just like you’re in mom’s kitchen. The floor is classic black and white linoleum, there are flowered curtains on windows, teapots on shelves and vintage televisions playing clips of black and white television classics. Food is served with plenty of humor and whit. Be prepared to eat your vegetables with proper table etiquette or be punished! The menu is full of delicious “comfort food” such as fried chicken, meatloaf, and pot roast. Pair your dinner with a milkshake or a classic cocktail. When it’s time for dessert you’ll be handed a viewfinder to look at the tempting choices. L D $$-$$$

Prime Time Cafe 2

  • The Hollywood Brown Derby – This location is a recreation of the famous Brown Derby located on Vine street. The authentic replica includes includes wooden accents and caricatures decorating the walls. The most famous menu item is the Cobb Salad, full of of all of the classic toppings. If you’re looking for something more hearty you’ll find Bison, Duck, Chicken and Seafood on the menu as well as vegetarian options such as the Noodle Bowl. You’ll want to save room for dessert – there is the legendary grapefruit cake on the menu among other tempting treats. This spot is more like to appeal to adults than kids, but there are certainly menu choices young ones will love such as hot dogs, grilled cheese, and pasta. L D $$$
  • Hollywood & Vine – Step it to the Art Deco era in at Disney’s Hollywood & Vine accented with chrome and vibrant colors. Breakfast and lunch here are a special treat for young kids during the Disney Junior Play ‘n Dine. Beloved characters from Disney’s Little Ensteins, Jake the Neverland Pirate, and Handy Manny are at hand to interact and entertain guests as they satisfy their hunger with bountiful buffet selections. Breakfast items include plenty of Mickey waffles and egg dishes such as frittatas. Lunch offerings include items like fish, chicken, pasta, salads and deli meats. There are no characters at the dinner meal, which is also served buffet style. There are fresh carved meats, seafood and pastas as well as kid favorites like macaroni n’ cheese. B L D $$-$$$
  • Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano – Beautiful wooden floors, twinkling lights, and checkered curtains make this Italian eatery irresistible! Kick your meal off with an appetizer such as Mama’s Antipasto for Two, Oak Fired Mussels, or Crispy Calimari. There are flatbread pizza and delightful entrees like Penne Alla Vocka, Wood-grilled Tuna, and Pork Osso Buco. As you would expect, for those of age there are Italian wines, beers and cocktails such as the Italian Surfer available.Treat yourself to a coffee drink like espresso with a dessert such as Honey-Hazelnut & Ricotta Cheesecake to finish off your meal. L D $$-$$$
  • Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant – Go to dinner and a drive-in movie at the same time! At this quirky, fun restaurant guests slide into 1950’s convertibles that have been fashioned into booth seating. The cars all face a large screen that is playing clips of retro sci-fi cartoons and movie trailers. Classic American grub is on the menu. Starters include wings and onion rings, while burgers, sandwiches like the rueben and pasta comprise the menu of entrees. Kids (or adults) may want sip on a milkshake, and guests of age can try sci-fi themed cocktails with fun names like Lunar Landing, Marsha’s Martian and Space Invaders. This unique dining experience is something that your family is sure to remember. L D $$-$$$