*Note that due to COVID-19 restaurants at Disney World will have extremely limited availability in order to keep guests safely distanced. Character meals at Disney will suspended until further notice as well. For more on COVID changes at the parks see the full article here.
There is no shortage of amazing food when you visit Disney World. So deciding where to have your meals can be a difficult choice (to say the least).
To help you out, I've put together a list of all restaurants available to you at Hollywood Studios. The restaurants are broken up by Quick Service, Table Service, and Character Meals.
Here you'll find the restaurant, location, cuisine type, and a little information to help you decide where to get food at the parks.
A Quick Service Restaurant is one where you can walk up to a counter and order. No reservations are required, and you'll find your own seating.
Not that many of these quick service options wont accept dining plan credits, so if you have the dining plan be prepared to pick food stops where you can use your credits.
Here are the quick service restaurants found at Hollywood Studios:
Quick service meals that include American options like burgers and chicken. Also Asian salads, and British fish and chips. There is plenty of indoor (and air conditioned) seating available for those hot days. Beginning June 2, 2019, this location is quick service until 4pm. After 4pm it is a table service restaurant with reservations available
This is a great quick stop for a nice healthy snack. You can find fruit and veggies here, along with trail mix and nuts.
This is your stop for classic counter service food. You'll be able to order burgers, chicken strips, fries, and more while you sit "behind the scenes" in the backlot. There is a lot of indoor (and air conditioned) seating available at this location.
Here you'll find quick service Italian dishes like pizza, sandwiches, and salads to munch on in between your ride on Tower of Terror and Rock 'n' Roller Coaster. There is some seating, but it is all outdoor.
Docking Bay 7
This is a quick service restaurant made to look like transportation shuttle hanger. The back story is that the chef "cookie" Strono is an alien chef who serves food with exotic ingredients in his intergalactic food truck. Cookie's food truck is docked on top of the transportation hanger, and the intergalactic chef is ready to serve all travels.
Here you will find breakfast, lunch and dinner options available. There is plenty of indoor seating available. Mobile ordering is also available at this location.
This ship shape (literally) restaurant is a great place to find hot dogs, sandwiches, cold drinks, and snacks. There is outdoor seating available right in front.
This open air quick service restaurant offers delicious BBQ ribs, chicken, and beef brisket. You'll find limited outdoor seating with some shade.
This is your stop for ice cream on a hot day. Grab a cone, sundae, or ice cream cookie sandwich to go at this kiosk.
Kat Saka's Kettle
Here you'll find colorful popcorn to snack on.
KRNR The Rock Station
This is a food truck located right outside Rock 'n' Roller Coaster. You'll find hot dogs and chips, along with cold treats and drinks.
Stop here to grab a quick pretzel, drink, or other snacks to go.
The Milk Stand
Here you will find a Star Wars favorite... blue and green milk (if you're a fan of the movies you'll remember Luke drinking green milk in The Last Jedi).
The drinks are frozen refreshments to cool you off as you explore this new land. These milks will not be cows milk, but rather plant milk based.
In addition to the regular blue and green milk (at least as "regular" as blue or green milk can be), you will also find alcoholic options available for purchase.
This is a great stop for some fun treats. Here you'll find cookies, pretzels, drinks and also some unique treats like Key Lime Pie on a stick and apple cobbler.
This is an Indiana Jones themed kiosk where you can find sweet treats like soft serve and funnel cakes.
Oga's Cantina is located in Galaxy's Edge. This lounge replicates the one seen in the Star Wars films. Here you can drink "otherwordly" concoctions, as this establishment is run by an alien proprietor.
This quick service pizza joint is "owned and operated" by The Muppets own Rizzo the Rat. Enjoy pizza and Tiramisu here.
This stop has a smaller menu than Docking Bay 7, and features primarily sandwiches and snacks. Ronto Roasters has mobile ordering available.
Rosie's All American Cafe
Here you'll find all American classics like burgers, fries, chicken, and potato salad.
The Trolly Car Cafe
This is your stop for your daily Starbucks fix. You'll find the typical Starbucks drink and food menu here, with a fun trolly car theme twist.
You'll find amazingly creative twists on some classics at this walk up counter service. Themed as Andy's (from Toy Story) lunch box and thermos, you'll find delicious child like twists like Totchos (Nachos with tater tots) and S'mores french toast. Take advantage of mobile ordering. This stop gets busy.
A Table Service restaurant is one where you will be seated by a host or hostess and served by waitstaff. If you decide you want to do sit down meals at these restaurants, you'll want to make reservations ahead of time to ensure you can be seated.
Here are the table service restaurants found at Hollywood Studios:
For breakfast and lunch this stop is a quick service restaurant that offers American options like burgers and chicken. Also Asian salads, and British fish and chips. There is plenty of indoor (and air conditioned) seating available for those hot days. Beginning on June 2, 2019 this restaurant will become table service after 4pm.
The Hollywood Brown Derby
This replica of the classic Hollywood Restaurant will not disappoint. The food is amazing and the atmosphere is gorgeous. Here you'll find their famous Cobb Salad, grapefruit cake, and an assortment of cocktails.
50's Prime Time Cafe
This incredibly fun restaurant will bring you back to Mom's kitchen where you'll be reminded to mind your manners and keep your elbows off the table (if you aren't interested in playing along just let the server know... they only tease the guests who want to play back with them). Your server will be a fun "family member" serving you classic home cooke meals.
Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano
The story behind this restaurant is that Mama moved from Italy to Hollywood to become an actor. But it turns out the real star was her home cooked meals. This restaurant has amazing Italian food and desserts.
Sci-Fi Dine In
This restaurant is one of the most unique at the parks. Enjoy your meal while you sit in a classic car and watch old b-movies. This restaurant serves classic American food. It can be a loud restaurant, but it's a ton of fun.
These restaurants are table service (same as above), but also include character interactions.
Characters will walk around and visit you at your table while you eat. They wont have a photopass photographer, so be ready with your camera.
Here are the table service character meal restaurants found at Hollywood Studios:
Hollywood and Vine
This buffet character meal is a blast. In the morning you can get in before the park officially opens and have breakfast with your kid's favorite Disney Junior characters. For lunch and Dinner Minnie Mouse hosts your meal (and often has seasonal "parties")