Hollywood & Vine

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Hollywood & Vine is the character dining location at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. What’s really cool is taht there are different characters thoughout the day. The buffet has good variety, sure to satisfy your whole family.


Look for the neon marquee. Photo by Cliff Wang

Hollywood & Vine

This art deco diner is a relaxed spot to enjoy a meal and meet characters at the same time (how’s that for a 2-for-1 experience?). Or make it a 3-for-1 with a Fantasmic dining package, guaranteeing your seats for the nighttime spectacular!

What to Expect

Hollywood & Vine is a pretty typical character dining buffet, but what’s unique are the characters. At breakfast you’ll meet Disney Junior Pals, so get those cameras ready!


At lunch or dinner you’ll meet Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Goofy. Lunch and Dinner are seasonally themed so the menu items get a little seasonal twist (think candy cane marshmallows at Christmas, or pumpkin spice treats at Halloween) – and even better, the characters wear seasonal outfits so you can get some really unique photos for your family memories.


The seasonal offering;

  • Minnie’s Silver Screen Dine (early January – mid March)
  • Minnie’s Springtime Dine (mid March – early June)
  • Minnie’s Summertime Dine (early June – early September)
  • Minnie’s Halloween Dine (early September – Early November)
  • Minnie’s Holiday Dine (early November – early January)

Minnie’s Holiday Dine is the “seasonal” theme at Christmas. Photo by Stephanie Shuster


The restaurant is located at on Echo Lake, just beside 50’s Prime Time Cafe.

Dad’s Disney Hollywood Studios page


Breakfast has all the fixin’s you’d expect – eggs, bacon, pastries, potatoes, pancakes – and most importantly Mickey Waffles! There’s also fruit and an omelet station. Yum.


See the most up-to-date menu from Disney here.

Lunch and Dinner

At dinner and lunch, expect salads and soup, pasta, raosted meats, lots of fish and veggiest – plus a kids station with favorites like macaroni and cheese and chicken nuggets. The showpiece is the elaborate dessert island with all sorts of fancy looking treats on display.


See the most up-to-date menu from Disney here.


A christmas dessert display. Photo by Stephanie Shuster

Advanced Dining Reservations

This is a popular spot so Advanced Dining Reservations are a must.  Make them 180 days out – and specify if you want a regular reservation (where you can order anything you want) or a Fantasmic! Dining Package (which gets you one entrée, one dessert, and one non alcoholic beverage plus a ticket to see Fantasmic! that night without waiting in line or getting a FastPass+)

Dad’s Advanced Dining Reservations page

The Disney Dining Plan

Dining at Hollywood & Vine counts as a Table Service Credit on the Disney Dining Plan.

Dad’s Disney Dining Plan page


Destinations to Travel

Dad’s Bottom Line

Hollywood & Vine is a good spot to fill up and meet some characters all at once – try it!