This thoroughfare from Hollywood Blvd to Grand Avenue in Hollywood Studios is not just a shortcut. It’s home to a character meet and greet, one of the most popular restaurants at Walt Disney World and a quick-service location. Check out the things you may be missing.
This quick-service restaurant has ample indoor seating, and a decent selection of food. They serve lunch and dinner. The dinner seating is currently offering reservations, so you can make sure you have a place to dine for your supper. It’s a great location because it’s right in the middle of the park, especially with Galaxy’s Edge opening, you can grab a bite to eat here before entering into the new Star Wars area or after. It should also be quiet with many guests trying out the new eateries found in Galaxy’s Edge. The menu is nothing spectacular, mostly burgers and fries, chicken fingers and fries, club sandwich and fries. You get my drift. We’ve eaten here once and had a very poor experience. For the full review, take a look at this previous post.
Sci-Fi Dine in Theatre
This is one of the coolest restaurants found at Walt Disney World. When guests dine here they’re eating in a 50’s car at a drive in theatre. On the screen sci-fi classics will be playing, and your meal will be delivered right to your ride. The menu consists of burgers, steak, sandwiches, or try the lettuce wraps. This is a table service restaurant and is tricky to get a reservation at, so make sure to try to book it 180 days in advanced. They’re open for lunch and dinner: 10:45am-3:55pm and 4pm-9pm.
Mickey and Minnie Meet and Greet
Meet Mickey Mouse dressed as the Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Minnie as a Hollywood star. This character meet and greet is tucked away so you’ll have to be looking for it as you are walking down the lane. Because it’s one of few character experiences found at Hollywood Studios is can be very popular but with all the fantastic attractions here I wouldn’t use a FastPass for it. This meet and greet is open from park open until park close.
Only three things found in this little area of the park but they can very easily go unnoticed. For more posts on Hollywood Studios check out these previous posts: