Dockside Diner at Disney's Hollywood Studios with Gertie the Dinosaur in the background

Hollywood Studios Dining Guide

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At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there’s no question that attractions are the focus. From the over-the-top details of Galaxy’s Edge to the thrills of Tower of Terror to kid-friendly Toy Story Land, there’s something to see and do here no matter your age. Fortunately, the fun doesn’t stop there. Thanks to some incredibly immersive dining options, Hollywood Studios restaurants are as much of an attraction as the park’s actual rides. (Updated September 22, 2023)

Overall, Disney’s Hollywood Studios has a pretty balanced mix of quick-service restaurants, table-service restaurants, character dining, food and drink stands, and a handful of lounges. Here are some things to consider as you read through this Hollywood Studios dining guide:

Ice Cream Shop with sign
Hollywood Scoops & Fairfax Fare © Walt Disney World
  • Quick-service restaurants are casual with walk-up or mobile ordering and indoor and/or outdoor seating. Here, you pick up your food once your order is ready. A sizeable menu is provided, with options typically being less expensive than what you would find at a table service restaurant. 
  • Most table-service restaurants are still casual (this is a theme park, after all), with many offering either an intricately themed and immersive experience, an elevated menu and atmosphere, or a little bit of both. The type of seating depends on the restaurant – some have only indoor seating, while others will have both indoor and outdoor dining available. Unlike at quick service restaurants, here you place your order with a cast member and have your meal delivered to your table. Meal prices also vary dramatically. 
  • Disney character dining experiences are meals with Disney characters held at table service restaurants. Usually, the characters will move from table to table signing autographs and taking photos throughout the meal. It’s a very fun way to see characters without having to wait in line for a meet-and-greet. Instead, for character dining, characters typically come to you. As a result, meals here tend to be more expensive than regular table-serving dining. 
  • Snack & drink stands offer very few items on their menus and no or little-to-no seating. Aside from snacks like popcorn and pretzels, these can also be good places to buy specialty or seasonal snacks like limited-time funnel cakes or character-inspired treats.  
  • Lounges are either attached to a restaurant or in a standalone space with seating. A few snacks may be offered, but the focus is definitely on the drinks. With four different bars available, the most at any park, you’ll never need to look very hard or long for alcohol in Hollywood Studios
  • You can expect almost every restaurant to have at least a few plant-based or allergy/gluten-free options. To see what options you can enjoy before getting to the restaurant, just open the restaurant’s menu on the Disney World app and scroll to the bottom. And be sure to let a cast member know that you have a dietary restriction before or when ordering. 

Now, without any further ado, here’s our list of Disney Hollywood Studios restaurants, along with some of our favorites.

Old cars at an indoor theater
Image © Walt Disney World Resort

Best Hollywood Studios Restaurants

Wondering which Disney Hollywood Studios dining outlets to try? Well, look no further. Here’s our list of the best restaurants in Hollywood Studios. Still feeling hungry at the end of this list? You’ll also find some tasty dining options just a short bus ride, walk or Disney Skyliner trip away at the nearby Hollywood Studios area hotels

Best Kid-Friendly Table Service – Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

Finding the sweet spot between kid-friendly and adult-friendly can be tricky. However, with its unique drive-in theme, quirky sci-fi film clips, and a menu filled with classic diner food favorites, the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant manages to strike the perfect balance.  

Best Adult-Friendly Table Service – The Hollywood Brown Derby

For those looking for an elevated escape from the craziness of Hollywood Studios, there’s no better place to dine than at Disney’s take on a restaurant that was once an escape for some of old Hollywood’s biggest stars: The Hollywood Brown Derby. Not just one of the best restaurants in Hollywood Studios, The Hollywood Brown Derby is also one of our top restaurants at Disney World overall. As you might expect, that quality comes with a price, making this one of the priciest options at Hollywood Studios.  

Disney's Hollywood Studios Hollywood & Vine sign

Best Quick Service – Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

At Disney, theming is key. And at Disney restaurants, it’s even better when that theming extends to the food. That’s why our pick for the best Hollywood Studios quick service is Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. Not only does the setting make you feel completely transported, but the food, with themed names like Endorian Fried Chicken Tip Yip, tastes as good as it looks. This is a hit whether you’re traveling with a group of Star Wars fans or a family with young kids.  

Best Disney Character Dining – Hollywood & Vine

Okay, okay—this next award is kind of cheating, as Hollywood & Vine is the only Disney character dining available at Hollywood Studios. However, with both Disney Junior pals and Minnie and Mickey Mouse and their friends making an appearance (at breakfast and lunch/dinner, respectively) and entrees that are a step above some other character meals, Hollywood & Vine is more than deserving. 

Best Lounge – Oga’s Cantina

If you’re looking for a place to grab a drink that’s equal parts tasty beverages and a killer atmosphere, Oga’s Cantina is for you. The drink menu is positively filled with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic concoctions inspired by the world of Star Wars, while the lounge itself is covered floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall in painstaking detail. We guarantee you’ll spend as much time ogling the décor and imagining you’re actually somewhere in a galaxy far, far away as you will enjoying your cocktail

Coaster from Oga's Cantina at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Coaster from Oga’s Cantina by Sam Howzit is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Best Hollywood Studios Breakfast – Ronto Roasters

Starting your day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios early? For those starting their day in Galaxy’s Edge, we recommend you make a pit stop at Ronto Roasters for a tasty breakfast. With eggs and sausage on pita bread, the Ronto Morning Wrap is a portable way to fuel up for the day as you walk to your next ride.

Honorable Mention for the Best Breakfast at Hollywood Studios: Woody’s Lunch Box

Rather greet the morning with something sweet? Woody’s Lunch Box has you covered with Disney’s take on a Pop-Tart. Flaky, kid-friendly Lunch Box Tarts in regular and seasonal flavors like Raspberry, Sweet Potato and Hot Chocolate. Who’s ready to get in touch with their inner child?

Best Allergy & Gluten-Free – Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano

With a menu stuffed full of carb-laden pasta, Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano may seem like an interesting pick for those with gluten or other food allergies. But, there are a surprising number of allergy-friendly items to be had here, from gluten-free Flatbreads and Spaghetti Bolognese to a Flourless Chocolate Cake.  

Best Snack – Carrot Cake Cookie

For fans of Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookie, choosing the Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie as the best snack in Hollywood Studios may come as a bit of a surprise. This sweet treat has moved around and changed its appearance a bit, but what hasn’t changed is its decadent cream cheese frosting sandwiched between two slabs of moist carrot cake. Catch this tasty whoopie pie-like creation at The Trolley Car Café

Hot Chocolate Lunch Box Tart from Andy's Lunch Box

Hollywood Studios Dining Options

Table Service Restaurants & Signature Dining

  • 50’s Prime Time Café 
  • Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
  • Roundup Rodeo BBQ
  • Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
  • The Hollywood Brown Derby

Quick Service Restaurants

  • ABC Commissary
  • Backlot Express
  • Catalina Eddie’s
  • Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
  • Dockside Diner
  • Fairfax Fare
  • PizzeRizzo
  • Ronto Roasters
  • Rosie’s All-American Café 
  • Woody’s Lunch Box

Disney Character Dining

  • Hollywood & Vine


  • BaseLine Tap House
  • Oga’s Cantina
  • The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge
  • Tune-In Lounge

Snack & Drink Stands

  • Anaheim Produce
  • Epic Eats
  • Hollywood Scoops
  • Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company
  • Kat Saka’s Kettle
  • KRNR The Rock Station
  • Market
  • Milk Stand
  • Neighborhood Bakery
  • The Trolley Car Café 
Brown Derby Dining Room
Hollywood Brown Derby © Walt Disney World

Hollywood Boulevard Restaurants

The Hollywood Brown Derby | Table Service Restaurants 

Hollywood Brown Derby sits where Hollywood Boulevard meets the Animation Courtyard. Based on the restaurant of the same name which once played a leading role in the golden age of Hollywood, this signature restaurant takes its style cues from its Los Angeles counterpart, with a similar Spanish Mission exterior and celebrity caricatures lining the walls. The menu options are just as classy as the original’s, with stars like Our Famous Cobb Salad, said to have been created at LA’s Brown Derby, and the refreshing Grapefruit Cake

The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge | Lounge

Looking for a place to escape the hustle and bustle of Hollywood Studios and still be in the thick of it all? Swing by The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge. With its shaded outdoor seating and a drink menu inspired by old Hollywood, it’s the perfect spot to people-watch and sip on a cocktail, like the Grapefruit Cake Martini inspired by the iconic dessert of the same name from the restaurant. 

The Trolley Car Café | Snack & Drink Stand

Wondering where to get your caffeine fix at Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Energize your Disney day with a Frappuccino, latte, cold brew, iced tea, or tasty pastry from The Trolley Car Café, also known as Starbucks. As you might expect, lines can get very long here throughout the day but especially in the morning, so be ready for a wait.

Outside view of Cafe building
The Trolley Car Café © Walt Disney World

Sunset Boulevard Restaurants

Anaheim Produce | Snack & Drink Stand

Needing some quick energy for your trip down Sunset Boulevard? Stop by Anaheim Produce for classic snacks like Churros, Mickey Pretzels, Mickey Ice Cream Bars, and Mickey Ice Cream Sandwiches. In the mood for something a bit more adult? There are beers, ciders, and margaritas here too. 

Catalina Eddie’s | Quick Service Restaurant

With nautical flags hanging over the entrance, a sign with a fish wearing a sailor’s cap, and an overall beach shack vibe, you may think Catalina Eddie’s is the place to go for seafood in Hollywood Studios. Surprise! This is landlubber’s fare only—think Pepperoni Pizza and Caesar Salad with a side of Breadsticks. Part of Sunset Ranch Market, both seating and dining options are plentiful here, making this a great spot to grab a bite for groups of all sizes and ages.

Fairfax Fare | Quick Service Restaurant

Not interested in the usual cheeseburgers and pizza slices? Then the savory, fully loaded waffle bowls at Fairfax Fare, another restaurant in Sunset Ranch Market, are for you. With flavorful options like the Barbecued Beef Brisket Bowl, Korean Barbecued Pork Belly Bowl and Buffalo Chicken Bowl, there’s a lot to like here.

Hollywood Scoops | Snack & Drink Stand

After a thrilling ride down (and up and down and up and back down) the Tower of Terror, nothing calms the nerves quite like cool, comforting ice cream from Hollywood Scoops. Whether a Hand-Scooped Ice Cream Cup or an overflowing Mickey Brownie Sundae, there’s something to suit every sweet tooth. Plus, with a Fat-free, No Sugar Added Vanilla, even those counting their calories can get in on the fun. 

Hollywood Scoops sign at night in Disney's Hollywood Studios

Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company | Snack & Drink Stand

Joffrey’s is a mainstay throughout Disney World, offering up tons of hot, iced, and frozen coffee beverages and tea. Pastries are usually available as well, and kiosks will often feature seasonal drinks for a limited time. This is just a kiosk, so expect lines to get long and move slowly. Joffrey’s stands can be found near Tower of Terror and in Pixar Place.

KRNR The Rock Station | Snack & Drink Stand

Rockin’ and rollin’ is hard work, so walk this way to the KRNR The Rock Station. This snack and drink kiosk near Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith pumps out the greatest hits like Chips, Chocolate-Chip Cookies, Floats, and even Frozen Coca-Cola spiked with the liquor of your choice. 

Rosie’s All-American Café | Quick Service Restaurant

Inspired by Rosie the Riveter, Rosie’s All-American Café is another quick-service restaurant in the Sunset Ranch Market area. This hard-working menu is stocked with classic American favorites the whole family will love like the chili-cheese All-Beef Foot-long Hot Dog, Rosie’s All American Salad with mojo pulled pork and tons of other tasty toppings, and the surprising Plant-based Lobster Roll

Sub with house made chips
Plant-based Lobster Roll at Rosie’s All-American Café © Walt Disney World

Pixar Place Restaurants

Market | Snack & Drink Stand

Although you can grab basic snacks like Nacho-Cheese Tortilla Chips at this small snack stand opposite Walt Disney Presents, this is also one of the spots where you can buy one of our favorite Hollywood Studios snacks: the warm, crunchy, gooey Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookie. Wash it all down with an alcoholic or non-alcoholic Frozen Pina Colada.

Neighborhood Bakery | Snack & Drink Stand

With a number of icy items on the menu like the Raspberry and Wild Cherry Slushy, Municiberg’s Neighborhood Bakery is the ancestral home of Jack-Jack’s famous Num Num Cookies. These gloriously thick chocolate chip cookies are served warm and are an absolute must for sweets lovers visiting Hollywood Studios. 

BBQ meals on a table
Roundup Rodeo BBQ © Walt Disney World

Toy Story Land Restaurants

Rodeo Roundup BBQ | Table Service Restaurant

Lasso up some tasty grub during a meal at Rodeo Roundup BBQ. This new, family-style restaurant brings sit-down dining to Toy Story Land, with platters mounded with shareable, picnic-ready dishes like Prospector’s Homemade Cheddar Biscuits with sweet pepper jelly, Buttercup’s Beef Brisket, There’s a Sausage in My Boot, slow-smoked Combat Cauliflower drizzled with harissa and Cowpoke Corn on the Cob slathered cotija cheese and a flavorful spice blend. Add in an adorable rodeo scene created by Andy, and this whimsical restaurant is sure to become a guest favorite.

Woody’s Lunch Box | Quick Service Restaurant

Get in touch with your inner child at Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land. As you might expect, this quick-service restaurant is positively filled with family-friendly meal options. Kids and kids-at-heart alike will love comforting dishes like the BBQ Brisket Melt, Grilled Three-Cheese Sandwich with tomato-basil soup, or “Totchos” drowned in chili and cheese. Plant-based options are also available including Plant-based Totchos and a Plantbased Toasted Cheddar Sandwich. And be sure to save room for a Lunch Box Tart, Disney’s take on the classic Pop-Tart, for dessert. 

Nighttime in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Restaurants

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo | Quick Service Restaurant

Fuel up for your journey to Black Spire Outpost at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, a family-friendly quick-service restaurant. The menu is filled with local delicacies, though none like you’ve ever seen before. Or have you? For adults, we recommend the smoky braised Batuaan Beef and Crispy Topato Stir-fry with yucca or the plant-based Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread, while little ones will enjoy one of the special Youngling Meals. There are also some fun boozy and booze-free drinks here like the Surly Sarlacc (grapefruit and rose vodka mixed with limeade, raspberry, and spicy mango) and Moof Juice (fruit punch, orange, pineapple, and a hint of chipotle). 

Kat Saka’s Kettle | Snack & Drink Stand

Need to grab some snacks for your road trip across the galaxy? Swing by Kat Saka’s Kettle for the little-bit-sweet, little-bit-spicy Outpost Popcorn Mix. You can also find some Bottled Orb Soda here (AKA the same Thermal Detonator Coke Bottles that were temporarily banned by TSA for looking too much like a replica explosive) or try the Cold Brew Black Caf with sweet cream cheese and chocolate puffs. 

Milk Stand | Snack & Drink Stand

For anyone who’s ever watched Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, blue milk has always been a bit of a tempting mystery. Just what does it taste like? Well, wonder no more. While the original comes from a bantha, Disney’s version is plant-based and frozen. Made with coconut and rice milks, Blue Milk is more fruity, while Green Milk tastes like the tropics with a hit of sunshine-y citrus. And for those of you wondering, yes, they are also available with alcohol. 

Colorful drinks at a space bar
Cocktails at Oga’s Cantina © Walt Disney World

Oga’s Cantina | Lounge

Also from Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, the Mos Eisley Cantina has had more than a few Star Wars fans dreaming of mingling with some of the galaxy’s riffraff with a stiff drink in hand. And although the guests at Oga’s Cantina aren’t as rough and tumble as those from the movie, the drinks—such as the Fuzzy Tauntaun or Jedi Mind Trick—and atmosphere remain. And while this is definitely a bar, with fun non-alcoholic concoctions like the sugar cookie-topped Blue Bantha or the Carbon Freeze, you won’t have to worry about the kids feeling left out. This is a hot ticket spot, so make reservations or else plan on waiting a while. 

Ronto Roasters | Quick Service Restaurant

Portability is the name of the game at the quick service Ronto Roasters. Although seating is available here, much of the menu is perfect for those on the go, thanks to handheld options like the Ronto Wrap (roasted pork and pork sausage on pita bread with slaw and peppercorn sauce) and Ronto Morning Wrap (eggs and sausage in pita bread with cheddar and peppercorn sauce). 

Italian Dining indoor seating
Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano © Walt Disney World

Grand Avenue Restaurants

BaseLine Tap House | Lounge

As you’ve probably already figured out, there is no shortage of places to get alcohol in Hollywood Studios, including BaseLine Tap House in the Grand Avenue area. Featuring an array of wine and beer from California, a selection of small plates, and a relaxed neighborhood pub vibe, this lounge is a great place to unwind for a bit. We recommend snagging a spot outside after the sun has gone down along with a glass of something and some of the Coffee-rubbed Rib-Eye Beef Puffs

Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano | Table Service Restaurant

When dining at Disney World, some of our favorite restaurants are those that combine clever theming with family-friendly eats. Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano is one of those restaurants. Tucked away in a corner of Grand Avenue, getting here is half the fun. The other half is the wall-to-wall details, making the whole place feel a bit like a mom-and-pop place in NYC’s Little Italy crossed with a Hollywood backlot restaurant. The menu here is quite reminiscent of Olive Garden, and we don’t mean that in a bad way. Go for the Charred Strip Steak, Shrimp Campanelle, or plant-based Polenta Cake with Mushrooms and Herb Cauliflower

PizzeRizzo | Quick Service Restaurant

Those looking for a family-friendly quick-service restaurant in Hollywood Studios need to look no further than PizzeRizzo. Kids will like the plentiful pizza options, vegetarians will enjoy the Spicy Italian “Sausage” Sub, and adults will appreciate the subtly tongue-in-cheek Muppets theming (and the alcohol, of course). Even better is the bunch of air-conditioned seating that is available here. 

PizzeRizzo Billboard Neon

Commissary Lane Restaurants

ABC Commissary | Quick Service Restaurant

Inspired by the commissaries found on studio lots, the quick service ABC Commissary serves up light entrees like the Mediterranean Salad (with or without chicken), Shrimp Tacos, Buffalo Chicken Grilled Cheese Sandwich, and the plant-based California Burger. With TVs airing ABC reruns and blissfully air-conditioned seating, this is a wonderful spot to cool down and recharge for kids and adults alike. 

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant | Table Service Restaurant

There’s no question that Disney World is known as much for its immersive dining options as it is for its attractions, and restaurants at Hollywood Studios are no exception. With its drive-in movie-style seating and cheesy sci-fi movie clips playing on repeat, the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theatre Restaurant takes the concept of dinner and a show to a whole other level. Food options are as classic and comforting as the old-school setting and include the Fried Dill Pickles, Drive-in BBQ Burger, Pork on Pork Burger and Pan-Seared Salmon Pasta. There’s even a plant-based Cookie Shake available for all the vegetarians and vegans out there.  

Sci Fi Dine-In Theater at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Echo Lake Restaurants

50’s Prime Time Café | Table Service Restaurant

Feel like you’ve stepped back in time at the 50’s Prime Time Café. Made to look like a positively retro kitchen and dining room on a massive scale, the 50s Prime Time Café is yet another thoroughly immersive table service restaurant. Comfort food favorites like Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken and Mom’s Old-fashioned Pot Roast are the highlight here, as are the servers playing your aunt, cousin, or some other relative. That’s right, this meal comes with a side of good-natured chiding. So, be sure to finish your vegetables and keep your elbows off the table or else there’ll be no dessert. If you can’t tell, part of the fun of 50’s Prime Time Café is playing along, so shove your dignity to the side and just enjoy it. As much as adults will enjoy the blast from the past, don’t be surprised if your kids like seeing their parents reprimanded even more. 

Backlot Express | Quick Service Restaurant

Located next to Star Tours, Backlot Express is a quick-service restaurant set in what appears to be an old prop room. Serving up American favorites like sandwiches, burgers, and salads, there’s something here for everyone. Try the Smoked BBQ Pulled Pork Burger or the Cuban Sandwich, and be sure to save a bit of time to explore the fun theme. Both indoor and outdoor seating is available. 

Dockside Diner | Quick Service Restaurant

Typically only open when crowds are at their heaviest, the quick-service Dockside Diner is a great place to grab a bite to eat in the Echo Lake area. Expect pretty standard theme park food here like loaded hot dogs such as one on a pretzel bun with apple-braised sauerkraut and another smothered with macaroni & cheese and crispy bacon. Movie buffs will especially appreciate Dockside Diner for its classic film Easter Eggs (Hint: Look at the cargo next to the boat).

Old 50's kitchen with dining
50’s Prime Time Café © Walt Disney World

Epic Eats | Snack & Drink Stand

In need of a sugar rush? Swing by Epic Eats outside Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular for Funnel Cakes, Soft-Serve Ice Cream, and Root Beer Floats. Whether you’re looking for a snack for the show or simply need some energy to carry you through the rest of the day, Epic Eats has you covered.  

Hollywood & Vine | Disney Character Dining

The only Disney character dining experience in all of Hollywood Studios, Hollywood & Vine offers an array of American cuisine served buffet-style. For breakfast, guests can meet their favorite Disney Junior characters all while enjoying items like Bananas Foster French Toast. For lunch and dinner, Minnie and her pals take over while an array of seasonally inspired dishes are served, like Beef Strip Loin, Roasted Pork, and Seared Fresh Salmon with Beurre Blanc.  

Tune-In Lounge | Lounge

Attached to the 50’s Prime Time Café, the retro vibe continues over at the Tune-In Lounge. Here, guests can sip on specialty cocktails, wine, or beer all while taking in some classic 50s TV. And bonus, you can even enjoy the full menu from 50’s Prime Time Café here. You know what that means? Peanut Butter & Jelly Milk Shake time! 

Dockside Diner at Disney's Hollywood Studios with Gertie the Dinosaur in the background

Allergy & Gluten-Free Options in Hollywood Studios

Disney does a lot of things well. One of those things, much to the rejoicing of those with food allergies everywhere, is accommodating dining restrictions. Depending on where you choose to eat, those accommodations can look quite different. At a buffet, you might receive a tour of the buffet line from a chef pointing out what you are able to eat, while other chefs may even create something off-the-menu just for you. In general, most Hollywood Studios restaurants will provide separate fryers for gluten-free foods, as well as provide a variety of accommodations, whether that’s through ingredient substitution or omission. 

This is true for restaurants across Hollywood Studios. All you need to do is inform a cast member of your allergy either prior to or when placing your order, and they’ll be happy to help. Before you arrive, we highly suggest you spend some time researching the various menus. You can easily do this on the Disney World app – just open a restaurant’s menu and scroll to the bottom This will help you plan out what to eat, saving you valuable time and plenty of stress once you’re in the park. 

Popcorn garland at Andy's Lunch Box

That completes our Hollywood Studios dining guide. We hope we were able to help you narrow down your many choices for the best places to eat at Hollywood Studios. To get the most out of your day, we suggest checking out our 1-Day Hollywood Studios plan. In it, we’ll walk you through how to see all the attractions and keep in front of the crowds, saving you more time for enjoying all that delicious Hollywood Studios food.

If you’re a foodie like us, you may also be interested in our Animal Kingdom Dining Guide, Magic Kingdom Dining Guide and Epcot Dining Guide!

Are you a Hollywood Studios foodie? Let us know! We’d love to hear about any tips, tricks, or favorite restaurants or meals you may have.