We’re getting hangry! Which one of our best Hollywood Studios quick-serve spots should we hit up? In recent years, the quick-serve options at the park have improved greatly, with a handful of solid choices. With the opening of Galaxy’s Edge and the addition of two more quick-serve locations at Hollywood Studios, it got us thinking. What are the best Hollywood Studios quick-serve locations? Let’s hurry up and find some food before the hangry takes over!
Quiet On The Set!
No, you don’t have eat in silence at our third best Hollywood Studios quick-serve spot. For solid America fare, our favorite place is the Backlot Express. With spins on traditional foods like biscuits and gravy with straws jam or the Nate favorite, pulled pork burger, Backlot Express is solid joint. Set in the style of a prop warehouse that you would find on a movie set, besides serving up good food, Backlot Express has tons our props to check out.
The largest quick-serve location at Hollywood Studios is perfect regardless of the weather. It has ample seating both inside and out, with the outside having a fantastic shaded area. If you’re looking a wide range of America fare you’ll want to check out Backlot Express.
Passholder Insights: Don’t forget to look up when you’re inside Backlot Express, many of the larger props are hung from the ceiling.
Not Your Average Cargo
Who knew a docking bay could serve up good food. Coming second on our best Hollywood Studios quick-serve locations is Docking Bay 7. If you know us, you were probably expecting us to say Ronto Roasters. We love a good Ronto Wrap, however, for our best Hollywood Studios quick-serve options we’re looking at the whole menu. Docking Bay 7 has great, could be considered underrated, food. With a menu boasting a variety of options for everyone in your group.
For us, you can never go wrap with yip-tip (chicken). Whether it is part of a salad or a standalone meal, the yip-tip is tender, juicy, and hitting on all the right flavor notes. For a more adventurous offering, the Kaadu ribs (pork) is a great sticky option.
Passholder Insights: Ronto Roasters and Docking Bay 7 are next to each other with a seating area in the middle making it easy to order from both.
Brings Us Back To Childhood
There’s something about grilled cheese and tomato soup, it immediately transports is back to our younger years. Our best Hollywood Studios quick-serve location is tugging at our heartstrings. Woody’s Lunchbox in Toy Story Land is serving up the classic grilled cheese, as well as an elevated version of the original with the addition of brisket.
For us, what makes the meal are the potato barrels. Better known as Tater Tots. Who doesn’t love a good Tater Tot, it’s like pizza, there are not bad versions. If you’re not in the mood for grilled cheese check the turkey sandwich. Just like mom used to make!
Woody’s Lunchbox is a very popular dining location. Our biggest tip is to use mobile ordering. With only a couple of ordering locations, the line backs up quickly. We like to put in our mobile order as we’re walking off one of the attractions. More often than not our food is ready when we arrive.
Passholder Insights: Woody’s Lunch Box has a smaller seating area. We like to head to the outskirts of the seating for one of the standup tables.
It’s awesome to see the food options at Hollywood Studios to continue to expand. All of the new options are on par with our all-time favorite quick-serve, Satu’li Canteen in Pandora World of Avatar. Alright, we’ve got go and put in our mobile order. No hangry moments here!
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