Dining Around Disney at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

People can eat themselves out of house and home, eat until they can’t take another bite, or eat to their heart’s content. But eating around the world? It’s a thought that might make even the greatest gourmand wince.

Eating around the world is a much easier task if “the world” is Walt Disney World Resort, home to more than 100 theme park and resort table-service restaurants.

At the Vacation Kingdom’s numerous sit-down theme park restaurants, guests can find a wide range of fare and flair, from sushi at Tokyo Dining at Epcot to meatloaf at the 50’s Prime Time Cafe at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  The spotlight today is Disney’s Hollywood Studios restaurants.  Be treated like a star!

  • Celebrities of the 1930s made the original Brown Derby their second home, a place to see and be seen. That chic atmosphere is re-created at The Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant on Hollywood Boulevard. Guests bask in the elegant atmosphere as they dine on the most-noted entree first created at the original Brown Derby, the Cobb salad, and the famous grapefruit cake for dessert.
  • At Hollywood & Vine, guests choose from a sumptuous buffet of hot and cold entrees, an all-you-can-eat extravaganza with “Playhouse Disney” pals dropping by to greet diners.
  • The Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant specializes in milkshakes, stacked sandwiches, burgers and atmosphere — visitors sit in vintage ’50s convertibles watching campy sci-fi movie clips on a drive-in movie screen.
  • Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano features a California-influenced Italian setting. Favorites include brick-oven baked pizza, pastas, chicken and seafood.
  • Diners are sit-com kids with “mom” as waitress in a yesteryear’s kitchen at the 50’s Prime Time Cafe. Meatloaf, chicken pot pie and pot roast are the specialties. And “mom” will make sure all veggies are eaten!

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