Hollywood & Vine

Description from PassPorter's Walt Disney World Guidebook:

This 1940s-inspired “Cafeteria of the Stars” has star power with a character breakfast and lunch buffet (“Play ‘n Dine”) with Playhouse Disney friends, including Sofia the First, Doc McStuffins, Handy Manny, and Jake. It’s a tasty and economical choice for a pre-Fantasmic! dinner. Stainless steel serving areas, comfy half-booths, retro tables, checkerboard tiles, and a mural of old Hollywood set the scene. The menu changes regularly—choices may include pot roast, salmon, baked chicken, and fish. The kids have their own buffet, and everyone can make sundaes. Breakfast is $31.62–$36.88 ($18.97–$23.03/kids), lunch is $37.88–$43.07 ($21.90–$27.10/kids), and dinner (now with Minnie & friends) is $46.99–$51.22 ($27.99–$32.99/kids). Available with the Fantasmic! dinner package at the same price. Now through November 5, 2017, guests having lunch or dinner at Hollywood & Vine at Disney's Hollywood Studios, will get to enjoy "Minnie's Halloween Dine", hosted by Minnie Mouse and her friends, all wearing their Halloween costumes. Breakfast at Hollywood & Vine will continue to be the Disney Junior Play 'N Dine breakfast.Get a full copy of PassPorter's Walt Disney World guidebook here.

Breakfast Average: $34
Lunch Average: $38
Dinner Average: $38

Breakfast Hours: 8:00 am - 10:45 am
Lunch Hours: 11:00 am - 1:45 pm
Dinner Hours: 3:00 pm - closing

Seating: Indoor only at tables and chairs, half booths

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What PassPorter Readers Think of Hollywood & Vine (12 comments):

We did the Fantasmic Dining Package Minnie Seasonal Dine and LOVED it! From the character interaction and delicious food, it was a truly magical experience for us!
momtotaryn gave this a rating of 9 on 07/16/2016 at 3:42:31 pm EDT

Good food but is very noisy
Gingerk gave this a rating of 7 on 06/30/2016 at 2:31:04 pm EDT

Typical buffet fare.
jmtnapier gave this a rating of 5 on 06/30/2016 at 11:04:11 am EDT

Have eaten here twice. Once for Play and Dine and most recently for Minnie's Seasonal dine. The first time I just remember the utter chaos of the character meal and I don't recall being impressed with the food. With Minnie's I do remember the food. The best thing I ate was the pretzel roll and desserts. We will never eat here again.
TomiRocket gave this a rating of 1 on 06/27/2016 at 1:09:14 pm EDT

Great character breakfast!
StinkinDisneyFreakFan#221 gave this a rating of 9 on 06/23/2016 at 10:51:36 pm EDT

Sometimes a buffet is the best way to satisfy everyone. Of course everyone over ate and were completely stuffed.
scott disney dad gave this a rating of 7 on 06/21/2016 at 9:38:39 pm EDT

My daughter actually really enjoyed this place. I equate it to a Golden Corral. We had a really sweet server.
tullock23 gave this a rating of 7 on 06/20/2016 at 6:18:34 pm EDT

We did this with the pre-Fantasmic dinner and it was worth it for the seats at Fantasmic but I honestly don't remember much about the food or service. I guess it didn't wow us much.
rjust44 gave this a rating of 6 on 06/19/2016 at 9:44:42 pm EDT

We go for Fantasmic pre-show dinner. It was amazing -- good food, visits from Mickey, Donald Duck , Daisy , Minnie ... the seats in the show are the best.
drtiger gave this a rating of 7 on 06/19/2016 at 9:07:04 pm EDT

Went there specifically for my little one to meet a specific character who was going in for a break when we arrived, and we waited and waited and he never came back. We asked the waiter, and he just said that happens. So, magic, not so good.
MissyMouse70 gave this a rating of 6 on 06/18/2016 at 10:31:17 pm EDT

The baked chicken is very good.
dodgersle gave this a rating of 8 on 06/14/2016 at 12:28:47 pm EDT

Not the greatest. I think breakfast is a bit better than lunch. Great place if you have little ones that like Disney Jr characters.
MayraLR gave this a rating of 7 on 06/13/2016 at 3:52:03 pm EDT

Type: Buffet
Cuisine: American
Noise Factor: Noisy

Dress Code: Theme park casual

Annual Pass Discount: No
DVC Member Discount: Yes
Disney Visa Discount: Yes
Tables in Wonderland Discount: Yes

Reservations: Accepted at this restaurant for breakfast and lunch and dinner.

Tip: You can make reservations at this eatery up to 180 days in advance (or, if you are a Walt Disney World resort hotel guest, up to 180 days + 10 days from your check-in date). To find out the exact date and time you can make reservations at this eatery, add it as an activity to a trip itinerary in PassPorter's Disney Trip Planner Tools.

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