Hollywood Studios has really grown over the last few years. With the addition of Toy Story Land and Galaxy’s Edge, new rides, characters, and restaurants have been added to this Park’s lineup. With that have also come increased crowds at this Park. And since some of the longest ride lines on the property are here, it’s easy to see why families would want a quick meal. So here is our list of the best quick-service restaurants at Hollywood Studios.
Dining at Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Studios has a great selection of restaurants. With lots of options to choose from, there’s something for everyone here. Whether you’re looking for classic favorites, or something a little different, Hollywood Studios offers a lot more than standard theme park food. Read on to learn more about some of our favorite quick service dining spots at Hollywood Studios.
What is a Quick Service Restaurant at Walt Disney World?
A quick-service restaurant at Walt Disney World is just like it sounds! It’s a counter-service restaurant that gets you food quickly. No need to fuss with dining reservations. And great for families who don’t want to spend a ton of time sitting down to eat. Quick-service restaurants at Walt Disney World do come with a few drawbacks though. Some of them don’t have ample seating, and many don’t have seating inside air-conditioned buildings. And along with that, the food is generally lower quality than most table service restaurants. But if you’re traveling on a budget, or just don’t have the time for a full sit-down meal, quick-service restaurants are the way to go.
Best Quick Service Restaurants at Hollywood Studios
We asked our friends on Instagram for their favorite quick-service restaurants at Hollywood Studios to help us create this list. We hope this guide helps you find the best quick-service restaurant at Hollywood Studios for you!
We love Woody’s Lunchbox. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, there are plenty of family-friendly options here. Located in Toy Story Land, this quick-service restaurant brings fun menu items to Hollywood Studios. With items like grilled cheese and tomato soup, lunch box tarts, and the fan favorite totchos, it’s no surprise that this is one of the most popular quick service restaurants at Hollywood Studios.
But there is a catch to this fun spot. Seating is super limited. It is completely outside and most of it is not shaded. Although we would love to see this changed in the future, Toy Story Land is already quite crowded and there’s not really any room to expand this area. So if you do plan to eat here, be sure to pack your patience. Even the mobile order line tends to be quite long and while no one enjoys waiting, most of the time you just have to if you want to eat here. Find Woody’s Lunchbox Menu here.
With burgers, tacos, and salads, ABC Commissary is a staple for a lot of Walt Disney World guests. A step above basic options, without being too adventurous, this is a popular spot. They tend to change their menu pretty frequently. But one thing you can count on is air-conditioned seating. We highly recommend you mobile order at this location, because it can get very busy. And sometimes they will even limit how many people they allow to order at a time. Getting your mobile order in means no waiting in lines and getting your food a whole lot sooner (most of the time). They’re also a great stop for seasonal snacks at Walt Disney World. Check out the ABC Commissary Menu here.
Located in Galaxy’s Edge, Ronto Roasters is one of the few places in Hollywood Studios where you can get breakfast. The menu is actually quite limited, but it still tends to be one we gravitate towards when we are looking for something quick. For breakfast, you can enjoy a Ronto Morning Wrap with sausage eggs, and cheese, or a plant-based version of the same.
This is located right next to Kat Saka’s Kettle, so you can easily grab a Cold Brew Black Caf to add to your meal. Breakfast options are available all day. The standard Ronto wrap features sausage with a tangy slaw in a pita wrap and offers a plant-based alternative as well. Seating can be a little difficult to find here. But you can usually find other seating options throughout the area, just be prepared to hunt down a seat. You can see the full Ronto Roasters Menu here.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
One of the more expensive quick service restaurants at Hollywood Studios, Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo also have the most interesting selection of cuisine. Themed to a hangar bay, Docking Bay 7 offers “exotic” meals like Poke, Stir Fry, and ribs along with Kefta and hummus for those who are plant-based. This place may not be for everyone, but the quality is generally pretty good, they have indoor seating and it’s a great place to try something new. The Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo Menu can be found here.
Backlot Express (for picky eaters)
Backlot Express is the perfect place to stop if you just need something simple or are traveling with picky eaters. With selections like chicken tenders, burgers, and salads the food is not that exciting, but the quality is pretty good for standard theme park fare. There is also plenty of indoor seating, as well as outdoor seating. And they usually have a fun selection of Star Wars-themed goodies, like the Wookie Cookie. The Backlot Express Menu can be found here.
Quick Service Restaurants at Disney World
There you have it, be sure to check out all our posts on the best quick-service restaurants at Disney World, that you can find in each park and the resorts too.
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- Best Quick Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World Resorts
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Did your favorite make the list? Let us know your favorite quick-service restaurant at Hollywood Studios. And be sure to check out all of the Best Restaurants at Hollywood Studios if you’re looking for more places to eat. We’d love to hear your thoughts!