With Toy Story Land now open and several new attractions set to open soon, Hollywood Studios is about to become the very best place to be in all of Disney World. Obviously, this means some long Hollywood Studio days are likely in your future, and long park days make finding good places to eat absolutely crucial.
Below is a complete guide to all the dining locations in Hollywood Studios. Use this to plan your dining, and you can rest easy knowing you’ll be well fed during your busy day at this fabulous park.
Quick-service food is the very best option when you’re trying to fit a lot of fun into a short amount of time. Therefore, if you’re attempting to see the entire park in one day, this is definitely the very best option for you.
ABC Commissary - Thanks to its hidden location, many people miss this eatery. It’s a great option for indoor quick-service though, and shouldn't be overlooked by you. This restaurant offers such traditional favorites as burgers, ribs, and grilled chicken in an Art Deco-style dining room that makes you feel as though you’ve stepped right into Hollywood.
Backlot Express - A fun eatery with a studio backlot theme, Backlot Express is another great option or indoor quick-service dining. Here you’ll find a menu of burgers and other sandwiches, as well as some Star Wars-themed foods. This is the only location in Hollywood Studios with a self-serve soda fountain, meaning it is also the only quick-service location that offers free drink refills.
Catalina Eddie's - The focus at Catalina Eddie’s is on pizza and salads. It’s a walk-up counter, and while it might be fairly unremarkable, it can be a good option if you’re in a big hurry since the service is fast and friendly and the pizza is a great grab-and-go food.
Fairfax Fare - Looking for something a bit different? Fairfax Fare offers quick Mexican dishes such as rice bowls and fajita platters. Also found here are sandwiches, hot dogs, and giant baked potatoes. This is another outdoor counter, and finding seating can sometimes be a challenge, but it is a good option if you want variety in a hurry.
Dockside Diner - This location is neat in that it is located right on the water. Dockside Diner serves up such theme park favorites as hot dogs and nachos, and currently has pulled pork sandwiches on the menu. All seating is outdoors, but the tables do have umbrellas for shade, and sitting near the water sometimes helps to cool things down.
PizzeRizzo - An indoor eatery with a super cute Muppet theme, PizzeRizzo is a favorite of many kids. As you might have guessed, the menu here is pizza based, but some pasta and salads are also available. It does close early at 4pm, so be aware of that when planning.
Rosie's All-American Cafe - Rosie’s All-American Cafe is pretty traditional in that the menu mostly consists of burgers and chicken nuggets. That said, they do offer a fried tomato sandwich that is surprisingly delicious and a bit different for the usual theme park fare. This is an outdoor location, meaning no A/C is available.
Woody’s Lunch Box - Woody’s Lunch Box is the newest dining location in Hollywood Studios. It is a walk-up counter with outdoor seating only. The theming of this place is amazing, as the whole place is made to look like an overturned lunch box with its contents spilling out and making up the ordering kiosks and even some of the chairs. You can expect to find sandwiches, specialty beverages, and “totchos” at this location.