Located at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and just off of Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood & Vine is an Art Deco-inspired diner featuring TWO unique character meal experiences!
Also, now that traditional character meet and greets have returned, character meals have also returned to their former glory. So a meal at Hollywood & Vine is an experience worth considering now more than ever.
For breakfast, which is served from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., Hollywood & Vine offers Disney Junior Play n’ Dine featuring characters like Doc McStuffins and Fancy Nancy. For lunch and dinner, a seasonal-themed character experience is offered starring Minnie Mouse and the Fab Five.
What You Need to Know
During a recent visit to Hollywood Studios, our park reporter Chrissy visited Hollywood & Vine for the most important meal of the day and the return of traditional character dining.
She found that Disney Junior Play n’ Dine is currently priced at $42 per adult and $27 per child (ages 3-9). A 10% discount Annual Passholder discount is available.
Now, let’s get to the meal!
Whether carbs are part of your pre-park regimen, or you’re gluten-free, Hollywood & Vine has you covered with a pastry basket of either croissants and caramel monkey bread or gluten-free rolls and muffins.
Diners were thoughtfully given separate butter dishes to prevent cross-contamination.
Guests then have their choice of an individual entree which includes Hazelnut Spread-stuffed French Toast with Bananas Foster syrup, an open-faced salmon bagel, a four-cheese omelet, and a house-made pancake stack with powdered sugar and berries!
Still, the pastry basket and separate butter dishes weren’t the only instances of Hollywood & Vine considering dietary needs.
During Chrissy’s visit, Vampirina, Fancy Nancy, Doc McStuffins, and Goofy were meeting guests.
And, again, for the first time in two long years, they weren’t at a distance!
Characters can now come up to your table for an individualized meet and greet; and for families with little ones, this is a huge part of the Disney experience that has been missing since 2020.
Is Hollywood & Vine the best breakfast at Walt Disney World? No. But for little ones who can’t enjoy the park’s headliner thrill rides, this character meal featuring the Disney Junior stars is a great option for a Hollywood Studios day.
What do you think of Hollywood & Vine at Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Have you experienced Disney Junior Play n’ Dine? Let us know in the comments!