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Snacks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

For a quick bite to eat or a beverage to quench your thirst, there are plenty of snack shacks and carts at Disney’s Hollywood Studios to choose from.

Dinosaur Gertie’s Ice Cream, located on Echo Lake, features budget-friendly self-serve ice cream as well as special ice cream novelties to sate your sweet tooth. Alternatively, you can visit Hollywood Scoops on Sunset Boulevard for a more “gourmet” treat – hand dipped ice cream cones and specialty sundaes. For another sweet treat, visit Oasis Canteen for a freshly made funnel cake with all the fixings. Choose from soft-serve topping, strawberries or whipped cream, as well as powdered or cinnamon sugar. A selection of cold beverages is also available to wash it all down with.

Fairfax Faire, also on Sunset Boulevard, offers up smoked barbeque specialties as well as salads, sodas and beer for adult guests. For something a little more substantial, the Sunset Ranch Market serves a variety of foods and beverages to suit any appetite. Choose from salads, veggie burgers, turkey legs, pizza, fruit, french fries, desserts, barbeque, margaritas and more from one of the 5 different restaurants that make up the market.

In the Backlot section of the park, the Studios Catering Co. offers an eclectic sandwich menu. Vegetarian selections, deli sandwiches, greek salads and more are available for a quick bite to eat. For a healthier snack, stop by the Anaheim Produce snack stand for a selection of fresh fruit, granola, trail mix, carrots, pickles, pretzels, and fruit juice or water to wash it down. Cool Set Refreshments also offers a selection of fresh fruit, veggies, assorted chips and various soft drinks, bottled water or juice to quench your thirst.

If you’re in the mood for turkey, stop by the Toluca Legs Turkey Co. – that’s all they serve! For about $9, you can get a giant turkey leg as well as beer, water or a soft drink to go with it. For something a little more unique, visit The Writer’s Stop. This is basically a Disney version of a coffee shop and bookstore, with a typical variety of coffee drinks, hot cocoa, and tea. They also offer a selection of baked goods such as cookies, brownies and muffins as well as their specialty – a carrot cake cookie.

At Herbie’s Drive In, you can grab a corn dog, hot dog, chili, nachos, chips or an ice cold beverage. This snack stand is located on Streets of America. For another convenient counter service spot, visit KRNR The Rock Station. Chips, cookies, ice cream treats and beverages are available here for a quick bite. If you want something a little healthier, Peevy’s Polar Pipeline serves carrot and celery sticks, trail mix, assorted fruit, pickles, frozen beverages, water and fruit juice.

Adjacent to the 50′s Prime Time Diner, the Tune In Lounge offers a great place to relax when you’re waiting for your seat at the cafe. Choose from a variety of alcoholic beverages while enjoying 50′s T.V. clips and the fun decor. On Sunset Boulevard, you can also visit Catalina Eddie’s for pizza, salads, sandwiches, chocolate cake, and beverages. Finally, on Echo Lake you can stop by Min & Bills Dockside Diner for beer, hot dogs in a pretzel bun, sandwiches, Italian sausage and both cold and hot beverages to wash it down with.

With so many snack options available at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you are guaranteed to find something to suit your taste buds and your budget.

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