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Disney’s 50’s Prime Time Cafe adds new food!

Disney's 50's Prime Time Cafe adds new food!
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Are you in the mood for a good old fashioned family meal the next time you visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios? You’re in luck because 50’s Prime Time Cafe is exactly what you’re looking for! Even better, there are several new menu items coming to this restaurant very soon. Which new item are you looking forward to trying?

50’s Prime Time Cafe

50's Prime Time Diner Hollywood Studios Walt Disney World (12)
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Stepping into 50’s Prime Time Cafe is like stepping right into the past! This all-American restaurant is themed just like Mom’s kitchen. This restaurant takes tv dinners to a whole new level, allowing you to watch old black and white tv clips while you dine!

Check out Susan’s thoughts on her meal at 50’s Prime Time Cafe and whether or not she enjoyed her meal.

New menu items

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Beginning June 7, there are some exciting additions coming to 50’s Prime Time Cafe’s menu!

With lots of good old fashioned homestyle cooking, there is sure to be something for everyone here. First up, in a spicy twist you can enjoy new Jalapeño Popper Deviled Eggs.

However, if you aren’t up for the spice, there is another classic starter for you to enjoy: Creamy Tomato Soup! Fans will be thrilled to hear that Grandpa Jean’s Chicken Pot Pie has made its official return to 50’s Prime Time Café. This fan favorite meal features a traditional pastry crust filled with chicken, potatoes, carrots, celery, onions, corn, and peas.

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Of course, you better save room for dessert because 50’s Prime Time Cafe doesn’t disappoint! The Pineapple Upside Down Cake features yellow cake soaked in pineapple juice topped with caramelized pineapples and maraschino cherries and topped with whip cream and caramel sauce.

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Another new dessert item is the  Lemon Meringue Pie, a lemon curd in a pie shell topped with a toasted meringue and raspberry sauce. Even better is the Grasshopper Bar!

This dessert is a mint white chocolate mousse with chocolate chips on a chocolate chip cookie and is topped with whip cream and chocolate chips. Yes, please!

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Finally, here’s one you may not have thought about in awhile but is sure to put a smile on your face! The Stained Glass Dessert, made for kids, features whipped pineapple fluff studded with cubes of strawberry, lime, and orange gelatin to look like stained glass. How fun!

Which of these new menu items are most excited to try? Let us know in the comments below, or tell us on Facebook.

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  1. Our favorites have always been the pot roast and meat loaf, but during one visit, I ordered the pot pie and now I have a problem – which of my favorites do I order. They all are so delicious!!!

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