18 Best Hollywood Studios Quick Service Restaurants, What To Order

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When visiting Disney World, it’s sometimes easier (and faster) to eat on the go or grab a quick bite between rides. Especially when reservations are hard to come by at table service restaurants.

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And so, in this article, I’ll be providing a quick breakdown of the best quick service restaurants at Hollywood Studios for each section of the park.

As a general note, all of these quick service restaurants are listed at a $14.99 and under price point on the official Disney website.

Also, keep in mind for planning purposes, some of these quick service stops offer full meals while others only offer only smaller snacky items like chips, drinks and desserts.


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Spoiler Alert: In my opinion, the three best options in Hollywood Studios for quick-service meals with ample, covered seating are located in the Sunset Boulevard, Grand Avenue, Commissary Lane and Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge sections of the park. So if you have a large party with a big appetite, head to one of those areas.

If you’d like to see a list of area quick service spots in a specific area of the park, use the quick links below:

* Plant-based options are available

Trolley Car Cafe Hollywood Studios
We recommend the famous Carrot Cake Cookie – found inside the Trolley Car Cafe (photo by Morgan Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

1. The Trolley Car Cafe (Hollywood Boulevard)

The Trolley Car Cafe is actually a hidden Starbucks. It mostly serves baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, snacks, tea and coffee. This location is usually open from early morning to late evening.

It is located on Hollywood Boulevard and will likely be the first eatery you stumble upon after entering the park.

While The Trolley Care Cafe is located inside an air-conditioned building, there is no inside seating at this location (nor a lot of nearby seating in general). Like other snack stations in the park, it’s meant to be a grab-and-go stop.

anaheim produce
The Anaheim Produce Stand resembles a traditional fruit stand (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

2. Anaheim Produce (Sunset Boulevard)

The Anaheim Produce Stand will be the first quick service stop you’ll pass when entering Sunset Boulevard.

It offers fresh fruit, potato chips, ice cream, Mickey pretzels and churros. Also, it’s usually open from early morning to late evening.

rosie's all american cafe
We love dining at Rosie’s All American Cafe because of the family-friendly menu and the ample covered seating (photo by Kirby Russell/HeyOrlando.com)

3. Rosie’s All-American Cafe (Sunset Boulevard)*

Rosie’s All-American Cafe, located between Anaheim Produce and Catalina Eddie’s, features American classics like cheeseburgers, chicken nuggets and hot dogs. There’s even a plant-based Lobster Roll (with marinated hearts of palms).

This location is open from lunch to dinner.

Rosie’s All-American Cafe and Catalina Eddie’s are two of my favorite quick-stop locations in Hollywood Studios. In particular, there’s almost always plenty of ample covered seating available. There’s also a variety of food all located in a single spot – which is sure to please even the pickiest eaters amongst us.

catalina eddie's
Catalina Eddie’s is located beside Rosie’s All-American Cafe (photo by Kirby Russell/HeyOrlando.com)

4. Catalina Eddie’s (Sunset Boulevard)

Catalina Eddie’s is located between Rosie’s All American Cafe and Fairfax Fare. Menu items include pepperoni and cheese pizzas and Chicken Caesar Salad.

This location is also open from lunch to dinner. It also shares a large covered seating area with Rosie’s.

fairfax fare
FairFax Fare is conveniently located across from the Tower of Terror with plenty of covered, outdoor seating nearby (photo by Kirby Russell/HeyOrlando.com)

5. Fairfax Fare (Sunset Boulevard)*

Fairfax Fare has three main featured entrees: a Barbecued Beef Brisket Bowl, a Korean Barbecued Pork Belly Bowl and a Buffalo Chicken Bowl. But they also offer two plant-based options including a Soba Noodle Salad Bowl and a Soba Noodle Salad Bowl with chick’n.

This location is also open from lunch to dinner. Guests dining at Fairfax Fare typically just sit at the covered seating location in front of Rosie’s & Catalina Eddie’s.

The Little Mermaid Shake
The Little Mermaid Shake from Hollywood Scoops is as tasty as it is beautiful (photo by Kirby Russell/HeyOrlando.com)

6. Hollywood Scoops (Sunset Boulevard)*

For breakfast, Hollywood Scoops’ main feature is a Mickey-shaped Waffle Platter. After breakfast, the eatery switches to a dessert/snack menu featuring sundaes, hand-scooped ice cream and shakes. They also have plant-based frozen desserts.

This location, as you may have guessed, is usually open from breakfast to park close.

nachos and cheese
If for some reason, you crave some tortilla chips and cheese, head over to the KRNR near the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster (photo by Kirby Russell/HeyOrlando.com)

7. KRNR The Rock Station (Sunset Boulevard)

Open from lunchtime to late evening, KRNR is located right beside the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith.

This location serves tortilla chips with nacho cheese, chocolate chip cookies, floats and potato chips.

jack jacks num num cookie
Be warned, the Jack Jack’s Num Num cookie is huge. Plan to share (photo by Morgan Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

8. Market (Animation Courtyard)

The Market serves a variety of snacks including nachos with cheese, assorted chips, bananas, slushies and temporarily, while the Neighborhood Bakery is closed, the famous Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookie.

There is no seating at this quick-service location. Therefore, the snacks are grab-and-go. The Market is usually open from early morning to park close.

9. Neighborhood Bakery (Animation Courtyard)

The Neighborhood Bakery is closed at the time of this writing, but it normally serves Mickey Pretzels, popcorn, slushies and the aforementioned Num Num Cookie.

The Num Num Cookie will remain at the Market while the Neighborhood Bakery is closed.

dockside diner
The Dockside Diner resembles a large boat and is located directly on Echo Lake (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

10. Dockside Diner (Echo Lake)

The Dockside Diner resembles a large boat and is located on Echo Lake.

Open from lunch to around 5 pm most days, the Diner serves a variety of hot dogs including the popular California BLTA Dog and the Bacon Macaroni & Cheese Dog.

Epic eats
We recommend trying the root beer float from Epic Eats (photo by Morgan Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

11. Epic Eats (Echo Lake)

This quick-service snackery is located beside the Indiana Jones Stuntacular. Open from lunch to dinner, Epic Eats serves funnel cakes, waffle cones and also root beer floats.

ABC Commissary Hollywood Studios
The ABC Commissary is a cool place to eat at Hollywood Studios. We highly recommend the shrimp tacos (photo by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

12. ABC Commissary (Commissary Lane)*

The ABC Commissary is a large dining hall cafeteria-style quick-service restaurant with ample indoor air-conditioned seating. Additionally, there’s a small outdoor patio that’s open from lunch to dinner.

This eatery serves up a variety of food including Shrimp Tacos, Pork Carnitas Tacos, a Chicken Club Sandwich, a Mediterranean Salad (with or without chicken), a Buffalo Chicken Grilled Cheese Sandwich and a plant-based California Burger.

Wookiee Cookie
You can also find one of my personal favorite treats at the Backlot Express – the Wookiee Cookie. It’s basically like a giant Debbie Cake Oatmeal Creme Pie (photo by Morgan Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

13. Backlot Express (Commissary Lane)*

The Backlot Express is another large cafeteria-style dining hall with ample indoor and outdoor seating located next to Star Tours.

At this eatery, guests can choose from a variety of burgers, sandwiches (including a Cuban sandwich) and salads. There’s also a Teriyaki Chicken Bowl and a plant-based Teriyaki Tofu Bowl.

This is also the location of the famous Wookiee Cookie, pictured above.

This location is open from lunch to dinner.

Read Also: Where Is the Wookie Cookie at Disney? A Look at This Star Wars Treat

PizzeRizzo Extrerior at Hollywood Studios
PizzeRizzo serves – you guessed it – pizza (photo by Morgan Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

14. PizzeRizzo (Grand Avenue)*

Next up we have the most commonly misspelled restaurant in all of Disney Park: PizzeRizzo.

The menu is pretty simple at PizzeRizzo. For instance, they serve a variety of personal-sized pizzas, salads and subs – including a plant-based spicy Italian ‘Sausage’ Sub.

But I just love PizzeRizzo because there’s always plenty of both indoor and outdoor tables and chairs available and there’s never a long wait.

If I could give PizzeRizzo a slogan, it would be “basic pizza without the crowds”.

Pirjanad hot chicken tip yip
The Pirjanad Hot Chicken Tip Yip features crispy chicken glazed in a spicy chipotle sauce served with white rice and a relish of sweet corn, pictured here with a Takodana Quencher (photos by James Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

15. Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo (Galaxy’s Edge)*

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is another massive cafeteria-style dining hall with Star Wars-themed food including Batuuan Beef and Crispy Tapato Stir-Fry, Peka Tuna Poke, Smoked Kaadu Pork Ribs, Fried Endorian Chicken Tip Yip, Pirjanad Hot Chicken Tip Yip, Roasted Endorian Chicken Salad and a plant-based Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread.

There are also Ithorian Pasta Rings and Takodana Veggie Dippers available for the kids.

At dinnertime, they also serve Ronto Wraps.

There are plenty of tables and chairs available at this location, in theory at least. But I still occasionally struggle to find a seat during peak times due to the popularity of Galaxy’s Edge.

Pro-tip: Hit the nearby milk stand after your meal for a colorful creamy cocktail.

Read Also: Blue Milk vs Green Milk, Which One Is Better? Is It Actually Milk?

ronto wrap at disney has sausage and tangy slaw
A Ronto Wrap is basically a pork sausage hot dog with slaw and a pita bread bun (photo by Morgan Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

16. Ronto Roasters (Galaxy’s Edge)*

For breakfast, Ronto Roasters offers Rising Moons Overnight Oats, pork rinds and a variety of wraps. They also serve two plant-based dishes: Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap and Andoan fruit with Muja Sauce.

For lunch, they switch to just wraps, pork rinds and also the aforementioned fruit plate.

This eatery closes around 3 pm daily.

popcorn at kat sakas
Flavored popcorn at Kat Saka’s Kettle (photo by Morgan Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

17. Kat Saka’s Kettle (snacks)

Kat Saka’s Kettle is typically open from early morning to park close. It features a variety of colorful flavored popcorn.

a banana rasberry tart from woodys toy box
Woody’s Lunch Box tarts are basically like gourmet Pop-Tarts. Pictured: A banana-peanut butter fudge tart (photo by Morgan Overholt/HeyOrlando.com)

18. Woody’s Lunch Box (Toy Story Land)*

Last but not least we have Woody’s Lunch Box.

While this location does feature a large outdoor seating area, I usually find this particular spot to be overcrowded as there aren’t a lot of dining options in this section of the park. The outdoor seating area also lacks decent shade – at least compared to some of the other quick-service options.

It is also one of the only places in the park where you can enjoy a full meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

For breakfast, Woody’s Lunch Box features breakfast bowls, a variety of sandwiches (including the popular BBQ Brisket Melt) and Totchos (potato barrels). But they are perhaps the most famous for their breakfast lunch box tarts (flavors vary seasonally).

For lunch and dinner, Woody’s Lunch Box features the same aforementioned entrees sans the breakfast bowls.

Plant-based options are also available at this location.

What are your favorite quick-service restaurants at Hollywood Studios? Let us know in the comments below.

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Morgan Overholt

Morgan is the founder Morgan Media LLC, a graphic design agency and the co-founder of TheSmokies.com LLC – a media company that specializes in regional travel sites including HeyOrlando.com.

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