When you’re traveling to Disney World, food can get pretty expensive, especially if you plan a lot of sit-down, Table Service meals during your trip. Luckily, Disney has some great Quick Service options too, and this guide to Hollywood Studios Quick Service restaurants should help you understand all the options and what the best counter service dining at Hollywood Studios is.
Quick Service at Hollywood Studios hasn’t always been the best. But the recent park expansions of Toy Story Land and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge have introduced new restaurant options that are family friendly and pretty delicious, which has definitely upped the Quick Service game at Hollywood Studios!
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More Quick Service Dining Guides:
- Magic Kingdom Quick Service Dining Guide
- Epcot Quick Service Dining Guide
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom Quick Service Dining Guide
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What is Quick Service Dining at Disney World?
Quick Service or Counter Service restaurants at Disney World serve food in a more “fast food” style, where you order at the counter, pick up your food, and take it to your seat. That definitely doesn’t mean you have poor quality though! Some of the Quick Service dining in Disney World is better than some of the Table Service restaurants!
Quick Service dining can also include locations that are more focused on snacks. These aren’t full restaurants, but some have menu items that you could make a meal out of. For example, you may have a snack location that offers nachos or hot dogs.
If you’re eating quick service meals at Disney World, you’ll also want to know how to use mobile order! Using the My Disney Experience app in your phone, you can order your food ahead of time. Then, when you get to the restaurant, just tap “I’m Here!” and pick it up at the mobile order window. When lines are long, this can save you a lot of time!
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Ideal Hollywood Studios Quick Service Dining Day
Before we break down all the options, let me tell you about the best. Because that’s what you really want to know, right?
For breakfast at Hollywood Studios, I would head to either Woody’s Lunchbox for Totchos and Lunchbox Tarts or Ronto Roasters for Ronto Wraps.
For lunch and dinner, I’d choose from a combination of these restaurants:
- Woody’s Lunchbox
- Docking Bay 7
- ABC Commissary
- Backlot Express
If you’re looking for snacks, aside from popcorn and ice cream bars, be sure to get a Jack-Jack Num Num Cookie from the Market in Pixar Place. It’s also worth making time for the fun snacks (like the blue and green milk) in Galaxy’s Edge, because you really won’t find anything else like it anywhere else!
Hollywood Studios Quick Service Restaurants
These are your traditional Quick Service restaurants that offer lunch, dinner, and sometimes breakfast menus.
Fairfax Faire (Sunset Boulevard)
Fairfax Faire is found on Sunset Boulevard right before you get to Rock n’ Roller Coaster. They offer a variety of hot dogs, including a hot dog salad. They are open for lunch and you can also get an early dinner here.
This is an area of Hollywood Studios where you will find several small restaurants clustered together—think of it like a food court. Fairfax Faire shares a seating area with Catalina Eddie’s and Rosie’s All American Cafe.
Catalina Eddie’s (Sunset Boulevard)
Catalina Eddie’s is open for lunch and dinner and offers pizza and a salad. Like Fairfax Faire, it shares a large seating area with Rosie’s All American Cafe.
Rosie’s All American Cafe (Sunset Boulevard)
Rosie’s All American Cafe is found in the same area of Sunset Boulevard as Fairfax Faire and Cataline Eddie’s. They are open for lunch and dinner and serve mostly burgers.
Woody’s Lunch Box (Toy Story Land)
Woody’s Lunch Box is open for all three meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For breakfast, this is where you can get fan favorites like Totchos and Lunch Box Tarts. For lunch and dinner they several different kinds of sandwiches, like grilled cheese and brisket melts.
Seating is all outside, with fun toy-themed tables with umbrellas.
(Also, is it just me, or does anyone else always want to call this Andy’s Lunch Box? Because Andy would be the one to own the lunch box, right? But I digress…)
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo (Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge)
Docking Bay 7 is the main Quick Service dining location in Galaxy’s Edge. They are open for lunch and dinner and they have lots of options to please just about anyone: tuna, pork ribs, fried chicken, salad.
Of course, because we’re in Star Wars land, all the meats we know are called different names. For instance, the chicken is called “tip yip.” Luckily they’ve explained everything pretty clearly on the menu.
Most of the seating for Docking Bay 7 is located indoors. And can I tell you how much I love their barrel seating? They slide so smoothly over the concrete floors! (Yes, this is the kind of Disney detail I totally geek out about.)
Ronto Roasters (Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge)
Ronto Roasters is a smaller quick service location in Galaxy’s Edge and they focus on “Ronto Wraps,” which is pork sausage wrapped in pita with various other fillings. They are open for breakfast and lunch, so there are different versions of the wrap for each one.
This is kind of an open air indoor restaurant, and there is some seating here. But this is also the type of food you can grab and eat on your way to your next ride!
PizzeRizzo (Grand Avenue)
PizzeRizzo is located near Muppets Vision 3D, and it’s not open all the time. Typically they are open for lunch and an early dinner, and they of course serve pizza. The idea here is that the pizza is made by Rizzo the Rat, but generally I haven’t seen great reviews of this place. (Admittedly, I haven’t eaten there.) There is seating both inside and outside.
ABC Commissary (Commissary Lane)
ABC Commissary is located in Commissary Lane (between the Muppets Area and Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway). The idea here is that you are on a studio lot, so they serve pretty typical lunch food: sandwiches, salads, some tacos, etc. They are open for lunch and dinner.
Most of seating at ABC Commissary is indoors.
Backlot Express (Echo Lake)
Backlot Express is located in Echo Lake near Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular. They are open for lunch and dinner and mostly serve burgers and salads, plus some chicken strips. The theming is a production warehouse, so there are lots of props and movie-themed items around in this warehouse like building. There is also tons of seating here, both indoor and outdoor.
Hollywood Studios Quick Service Snack Locations
Quick Service snack locations fall under the same category as other Counter Service restaurants at Disney World if you are searching their website, but I like to separate them out because these aren’t necessarily places you would get a full meal at.
Some of them offer food like breakfast sandwiches, but usually they have extremely limited options. And many of them are just purely snack locations.
The Trolley Car Cafe (Hollywood Boulevard)
The Trolley Car Cafe is the Starbucks location for Hollywood Studios. Here you’ll find coffee, breakfast sandwiches, and pastries.
KRNR The Rock Station
KRNR The Rock Station is a snack kiosk near Rock n’ Roller Coaster that offers chips, cookies, ice cream, and drinks (including floats!).
Hollywood Scoops (Sunset Boulevard)
Hollywood Scoops is where you can find ice cream near Tower of Terror, including special sundaes. It’s right next to Fairfax Faire.
Anaheim Produce (Sunset Boulevard)
At Anaheim Produce you can find Mickey pretzels, churros, ice cream bars, and drinks. And since it is a “produce” stand, you can also find some fruit if you are looking for a healthy option.
Market (Pixar Place)
The Market is the stand where you can find the huge and delicious Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookies!
Milk Stand (Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge)
The Milk Stand is where you’ll want to go to find the famous blue and green milk in Galaxy’s Edge.
Kat Saka’s Kettle (Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge)
Kat Saka’s Kettle serves specialty Star Wars themed popcorn mixes. This is also one of the places you can get the Coca-Cola products that look like Star Wars thermal detonators.
Epic Eats (Echo Lake)
Funnel Cakes! Soft serve! Root Beer Floats! Epic Eats has classic Americana snacks.
Dockside Diner (Echo Lake)
Located on the ship on Echo Lake, Dockside Diner serves shrimp rolls, chicken rolls, and macaroni and cheese.
Note that around the park you’ll also find Joffrey’s Coffee stands and carts serving ice cream bars, popcorn and drinks.
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Hollywood Studios is a small park with tons of food options, so you’ll really have no problem finding Quick Service options! And while some of it may be somewhat generic food, with options like Woody’s Lunchbox and Docking Bay 7, there are really quick service gems at Hollywood Studios too!
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