Dining at Disney Hollywood Studios

Where to Find Great Snacks at Disney World’s Hollywood Studios

Eating at Disney World is one of my favourite things about our vacations. There are so many incredible foods to be found and try, beyond the classic Mickey Ice Cream Bars and delicious popcorn. There are many small and unique stands that offer specialty items that can’t be found anywhere else on property. But you have to know where to look. Which leads us to today’s post. We have created a list of all the places you can grab great snacks at Disney World’s Hollywood Studios. Whether you’re looking for something sweet and cold or warm and salty, there’s something for your palette on this list.

Toy Story Land

Woody’s Lunch Box

Woody’s Lunch Box is a counter service restaurant found in Toy Story Land. This small spot has lots of outdoor seating and is extremely popular. They offer mobile ordering, which I would highly recommend. They’re open from park open until park close. One of their best snacks are the box tarts, pictured above. Another delicious eat found here are the “Totchos”, they are tatter tot nachos. Need I say any more?

Pixar Place

Neighbourhood Bakery

Here’s where you’ll find the Jack-Jack Chocolate Chip cookie from Incredibles 2, coined the Num-Num Cookie. The neighbourhood bakery is found at the back of Pixar Place, a dead end lane where you can typically meet some characters. The counter service restaurant also offers other pre-packaged snacks, but the cookie is what has guests flocking to this location.


The Market is a counter service restaurant serving coffee, baked goods, fruits and veggies. They also serve blended drinks, including a non-alcoholic pina colada. Not a destination spot, but a place to keep in mind when you’re looking for a healthy snack.

Sunset Blvd

KRNR The Rock Station

Found outside of Rock’n’Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, KRNR The Rock Station is a counter-service restaurant. The snack you’ll want to find here is the Barq’s Root Beer Float. Other than that speciality item, the menu has some frozen drinks and nachos.

Hollywood Scoops

Hollywood Scoops serves delicious ice cream. They are at the end of the counter service restaurant line up on Sunset Blvd. You can order a cone with your favourite flavour of ice cream or indulge in one of their speciality sundaes. They typically have a milkshake that coincides with whatever holiday is currently being celebrated.

Tower of Terror Joffrey’s

This small counter service restaurant is found as you exit the Tower of Terror gift shop. Here you’ll find a much needed pick me up in a form of a coffee, muffin or pastry. We had a very successful snack style lunch here on our last vacation. It’s quiet, with many guests walking through after going on Tower of Terror. It’s here that we had a super random character meet and greet with several characters, Max, Stitch and Pluto included.

Anaheim Produce

The first of the row of quick-service restaurants on Sunset Blvd is Anaheim Produce. A great place to grab healthy snacks: oranges, pretzels and hummus, crackers and cheese packs. They also serve Churros here. One of the only locations at Hollywood Studios.

Hollywood Blvd

The Trolley Car Cafe

Hollywood Studios Starbucks location is The Trolley Car Cafe. Found on Hollywood Blvd, on your right as you are first entering the park. The Trolley Car Cafe is going to have all your favourite Starbucks items as well as specialty goods only found at Disney World.

Echo Lake

Dockside Diner

This boat themed counter service restaurant serves a great snack style lunch in the form of foot long hot dogs. Also on their menu are delicious Loaded Chili-Cheese Nachos. For the sweet tooth, try their S’Mores Brownie. It’s here that you’ll be able to indulge in my favourite: Bailey’s and Kahlua Milkshake.

Epic Eats

Epic Eats is located at the entrance of Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular. Epic Eats is known for their funnel cakes, they can be topped with strawberries, powdered sugar or cookies and cream. Yum!

Grand Avenue

Baseline Tap House

This little lounge not only serves brews but an array of snacks. Try their charcuterie board, meal size pretzel or the coffee-rubbed rib-eye beef puff.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Milk Stand

Try the drink you see Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi drinking in A New Hope. The Milk Stand serves milk in two flavours: blue or green. It can be made alcoholic or non.

Oga’s Cantina

This is a lounge style restaurant, featuring an outlandish amount of drinks and minimal food. So minimal there are only 2 choices. Guests can try the Batuu Bits or Happabore Sampler. The bits are like a charcuterie board with cheeses and crackers. The Happabore is going to give you more meats.

Kat Saka’s Kettle

Found in the heart of Galaxy’s Edge with the other eateries, Kat Saka’s Kettle serves a sweet and spicy flavoured popcorn.

Ronto Roasters

Ronto Roasters serves some cool snack style meals with the ronto wrap and galma snack sampler. The rondo wrap is a hot dog wrapped in pita topped with a slaw and peppercorn sauce. The galma snack sampler is like a bag of homemade potato chips.

There you are friends. 15 locations made to serve up snacks for whatever you’re hungry for. If you’re looking for something sweet and savoury, grab some popcorn from Kat’s Kettle. Looking for a healthy snack between meals, head to Anaheim Produce for some grapes and oranges. With 15 spots, there’s bound to be something for you.

For more posts on dining during your Disney World vacation check out these previous posts:

Where to Grab Breakfast at Hollywood Studios

My 5 Favourite Meals at Disney World

5 Disney World Restaurants We’ll Never Eat at Again

Ways to Save Money on Dining at Disney World

Where to Grab Supper at Hollywood Studios