10 Best Quick Eats at Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World

Hollywood Studios get a bad rap when it comes to quick-service food. Honestly, until recently this may have been well deserved. After all,the vast majority of counter-service locations in this park were serving up uninspired and uninteresting fare, making this a less-than-ideal place to grab a quick bite. Fortunately, in recent months we’ve seen this slowly begin to change. We’ve experience a few great selections of grab-and-go meals, something that has certainly been a long time coming. Wondering which foods we rank highly on the list of quick eats from this particular park? Here are our top ten!


1. Breakfast Burritos from Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner

If you get to the park early enough for breakfast, this is a great choice. The burritos are nicely stuffed with 1) eggs, cheese, and meat, or 2) egg whites, spinach, and cheese, and served with hash browns on the side. Best of all, they’re perfect for taking with you to hop in line for your favorite ride.

2. Foot-Long Corn Dogs from Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner

Another food that travels extremely well is the corn dog. The corn dogs served at this location are especially great because they’re an entire foot long and are absolutely delicious. It may feel silly to order one of these bad boys as an adult, but trust us when we say you aren’t the first, won’t be the last, and certainly won’t regret your decision.

3. Pulled Pork Sandwich from Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner

Okay, so some aren’t brave—or perhaps childish—enough to order a foot-long corn dog. If that’s the case for you, and you happen to end up in line at Min and Bill’s anyway, you’re still going to be okay. This location also serves up a fantastic pulled pork sandwich that nearly everyone loves once they bite into it. Order this and you’ll be left feeling pretty good about your life.


4. Fried Green Tomato Sandwich from Rosie’s All American Cafe

This one sounds gross, but you all know you shouldn’t knock it until you’ve tried it. So go ahead and try a fried green tomato sandwich from Rosie’s All American Cafe. This strange concoction is actually absolutely delicious, and since it’s completely meat-free, even vegetarians can enjoy it!

5. Breakfast Bowl from Woody’s Lunchbox

Another fabulous breakfast option is the breakfast bowl at Woody’s Lunchbox. The bowl include potato barrels (think tater tots), eggs, brisket, and gravy. Sure, it’s a little messier than the other to-go options, but totally worth grabbing an extra napkin or two.

6. S’more French Toast Sandwich from Woody’s Lunchbox

Prefer something sweet for breakfast? This insane breakfast sandwich has got you covered. Everyone likes French toast, and most people enjoy a good s’more. For this delightful treat, Disney has put the two together and created an irresistible concoction that is just perfect for a special vacation breakfast.

7. BBQ Brisket Melt from Woody’s Lunchbox

Yet another amazing offering from the newest Hollywood Studios eatery is in the form of a BBQ brisket sandwich. Obviously this is a delicious option that absolutely any meat eater would love to grab before hopping in line for a ride or show. Just be sure to get a lovely float to wash it all down.

8. Monte Cristo Sandwich from Woody’s Lunchbox

Monte Cristo sandwiches are a truly wonderful thing. While this one is grilled rather than deep fried, it does include that ever-important jam, giving it a slightly sweet flavor to offset the salty and savory meat-and-cheese filling. While there are a good many boring sandwiches out there, this certainly isn’t one of them.

9. Empanadas from Fairfax Fare

For the most part, the food at Fairfax Fare doesn’t travel too well. This means that although these Mexican-inspired dishes are quite tasty, you may not want to get them to eat on the go. That said, there is one exception to this rule. The beef empanadas served at this quick-service eatery are delicious, filling, and easy to eat, making them an ideal grab-and-go meal option.

10. Caprese Sandwich from Backlot Express

Last but certainly not least is the caprese sandwich from Backlot Express. Yes, it is another sandwich, but we promise it’s worth your time. Despite the fact that this is a completely vegetarian option, it is packed with marinated mozzarella, tomato, and a ton of incredible flavor that you won’t soon forget.

Try one or try them all—we are certain you’ll be happy with these grab-and-go selections from Hollywood Studios!

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