Location

Disney's Hollywood Studios in Echo Lake

Entree range

Lunch and dinner, $15–$21 (child $8.59)

Summary

Though the restaurant is usually packed and a bit noisy, servers are friendly and keep things moving (and nag you just like Mom to "take your elbows off the table" or "finish every last bite"). Diners really get a kick out of the classic comedies playing on black-and-white TVs. Skip the appetizers, stick with filling fare like the pot roast or golden fried chicken.

Setting and Atmosphere

Like eating a meal in your own kitchen, 1950s-style: pastel laminate, gooseneck lamps, and black-and-white televisions that play vintage sitcoms are the rule.

House Specialties

Meat loaf, pot roast, fried chicken, and other homey fare. We get a lot of mail from readers who like the 50's Prime Time Cafe; most say that the food is good and that it's easy to find something that kids will like.

Other Recommendations

Fifties sitcom clips on television.

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Details

Requires Credit Card to Reserve: Yes
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No

Discounts

Type Discount Valid Weekdays Valid Meals
Tables in Wonderland 20% All All

Disney Dining Plan

2014

Requires 1 credit