It’s safe to say that WDW is home to some crazy good food, right? Some of that crazy good food may initially sound… yep, you guessed it – crazy! Many can be found over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and we’re about to look at the top 5 outrageous eats that this park has to offer.
5. P.B. & J Shake – This one has been a personal favorite of mine for as long as I can remember! Of course you can find peanut butter and jelly shakes elsewhere, but this one from 50’s Prime Time Cafe just tastes better than all others! Come on, you know everything tastes better in WDW.
4. Fried Herb & Garlic Cheese with Raspberry Sauce and French Bread – Wow, that just about says it all, doesn’t it? This appetizer is offered during lunch and dinner at 50’s Prime Time Cafe. The raspberry sauce adds that ‘crazy’ good element I was talking about before!
3. Barbecued Pulled Pork Macaroni & Cheese and Buffalo Chicken Macaroni & Cheese – Min & Bill’s Dockside Diner is always home to brand new, creative food concepts. Currently, this quick service restaurant is serving up two types of macaroni and cheese. The Barbecued Pulled Pork Macaroni & Cheese is served with crispy onions while the Buffalo Chicken Macaroni & Cheese is served with crumbled blue cheese. At $9.99 a piece, it’s definitely worth getting one of each and splitting them with a few members of the family.
2. The Famous All American Picnic Burger – You can find this classic over at the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant. Here are the toppings that make this flame-broiled beef burger so special: sauerkraut, sauteed onions, ketchup, mustard and – wait for it – two grilled hot dogs! Where else can you find such an incredibly unique concoction? There was no way this one could have been left off of the list!
1. Grilled Wagyu Beef Burger – Yes, I know you may be surprised that the top two foods on this list are both burgers, but when you hear about this one, you’ll see exactly why. At The Hollywood Brown Derby, this entree is only available for lunch from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. So, let’s get to it. The Grilled Wagyu Beef Burger is topped with gruyere cheese, pastrami, heirloom tomato, avocado, and a fried egg on a toasted brioche bun with cognac-mustard aioli. It just might be one of the most unexpected and delicious flavors you can come across in WDW. If you’re a burger fan to any extent, trying this is an absolute must-do.
Oh, by the way, I just had to include an honorable mention… the Carrot Cake Cookie at “Writer’s Stop” is just too delectable to leave out! Even though it may not be the easiest thing for me to eat as a Type-1 Diabetic, this is still one of my all-time favorite sweet treats! Be sure to stop by this easy to overlook store/bakery nestled in the Streets of America section of the park next time you’re here.
So, there you have it! Which of these outrageous eats in Disney’s Hollywood Studios are you going to try first?