Hollywood Studios Dining Menus
Hollywood Studios is largely just a regular theme park food service place. You’ll find your burgers, chicken fingers, pizza and hot dogs pretty much at every turn. There are a couple of nicer places to each, but some of the Table Service food isn’t worth the dining credit as well.
Our favorite Table Service restaurants are Mama Melrose’s and Hollywood Brown Derby. Mama Melrose’s offers some quality Italian dishes and excellent flatbread style pizza that isn’t like the other Counter Service flatbread options in Walt Disney World. It’s quite tasty. Hollywood Brown Derby is one of the hidden gems of Walt Disney World with a regularly changing menu of delicous dishes prepared by skillful chefs. 50’s Prime Time offers some excellent fried chicken and is fun to interact with the servers. Sci-Fi is one of the most unique theme park dining environments around, but sadly the food is constantaly underwhelming here.
I can’t say I recommend any of the Counter Service locations as they are typically just regular hamburgers, hot dogs and the like. There’s no ethnic food offered in Studios Counter Service, so it’s a pretty bland place to eat Counter Service. I’m sure your picky chicken finger eater will have something to eat here though. PizzeRizzo offers the exact same pizza that can be found at Rosie’s, so that’s disappointing for a newly themed restaurant.
Even the snacks offer here are regular fare. You’ll find the ice cream bars, popcorn, pretzels and such that you find in any theme park. I would stop by Starring Rolls and order one of their Butterfinger Cupcakes. It’s large enough to share and very unique.
- 50’s Prime Time Cafe
- Hollywood Brown Derby
- Hollywood and Vine
- Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
- Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater
- ABC Commissary
- Backlot Express
- Catalina Eddie’s
- Fairfax Fare
- Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner
- Rosie’s All-American Cafe
- Sunshine Day Cafe
- Trolley Car Cafe (Starbucks)