Are you looking to grab a quick bite to eat for breakfast before dropping in at the Hollywood Tower Hotel? If so, you’ve come to the right place because today, we’re going to cover all the best places to grab breakfast at Hollywood Studios!
Though not technically a breakfast spot, Anaheim Produce sells fresh fruit you can grab on the go, including but not limited to oranges, bananas, and apples. The fruit is cheap at only $2.29, so a family of four can eat breakfast for less than $10.
They also serve churros, so if you’re not up for something healthy, then this sweet snack will get you pumped for your day ahead at Hollywood Studios.
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Wait a minute…the Backlot Express doesn’t serve breakfast! And you’d be correct, they don’t. However, they do serve Uncrustables for $6.79 and if you’ve ever traveled to Disney World with a picky eater, this little sandwich can be a lifesaver!
You can also grab the famous Wookiee Cookie here, which features two oatmeal cookies and a sweet vanilla cream filling. Sure, at home, you may not consider a cookie breakfast, but those rules don’t apply at Walt Disney World!
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The Trolley Car Cafe
The Trolley Car Cafe is ideal for those who want a quick breakfast, but not spend a lot of time doing that whole sit-down-dining thing.
This is the only place to get Starbucks coffee in Hollywood Studios, and it’s usually very crowded in the morning and honestly, remains pretty consistent throughout the day. In addition to their lineup of specialty coffee, cold brews, and frappes, you can also get breakfast sandwiches, pastries, and other baked goods.
If you’ve heard a lot about the famous Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie, here’s where you can find it at $4.99.
Woody’s Lunch Box
Woody’s Lunch Box is located in Toy Story Land, somewhat across from Slinky Dog Dash. This is a quick-service dining spot that serves breakfast bowls. The regular breakfast bowl features potatoes in gravy, scrambled eggs, and green onions.
The child-friendly breakfast bowl features the same but with a mandarin orange and a choice of beverage, including water, chocolate milk, or fruit juice. Depending on which one you’re getting, they cost anywhere between $5.99 – $8.79.
And again, because this is your Disney World vacation and you don’t have to stick with traditional breakfast foods, you could also opt for either the raspberry or chocolate hazelnut lunch box tarts. These each cost $4.49 and are not only one of the best-tasting snacks in all of Hollywood Studios, but one of the most Instagrammable.
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In terms of breakfast, Ronto Roasters over in Galaxy’s Edge gets majorly overlooked. During the afternoon, they serve the popular Ronto Wrap, which features sausage, roasted pork, and tangy slaw in a pita bread wrap. However, for breakfast, they serve a variation of this that is easier to digest so early in the morning.
The Ronto Morning Wrap, which is only available during breakfast hours, contains eggs, shredded cheddar, grilled pork sausage, and peppercorn sauce in a pita bread wrap. It costs $12.49. For about a dollar less, you can opt for the Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap. This features chickpea-onion slaw, roasted tomato sauce, and a plant-based egg in a pita bread wrap.
If the Ronto Morning Wrap isn’t your style, then you can grab the Rising Moons Overnight Oats. These feature yogurt and dragon fruit for $6.99. I was a little hesitant about all versions of the Ronto Wrap, but after trying them, I rarely go anywhere else for breakfast. They’re filling, cheap, and easy to walk around Galaxy’s Edge with.
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Hollywood & Vine
As the first truly sit-down restaurant on this list, Hollywood & Vine is an absolute must-do for guests with young children.
While it’s your average sit-down restaurant during lunch and dinner, Hollywood & Vine serves the Disney Junior Play n’ Dine breakfast. The list of characters that appear usually includes Vamparina, Goofy, Doc McStuffins, and Fancy Nancy. Breakfast includes an omelet station, oatmeal, Mickey-shaped waffles, bacon and sausage, yogurt, and baked goods (to name a few).
This experience is $42 per adult and $27 per child and it’s a lot of fun. The kids love meeting and interacting with the Disney Junior characters. Plus, it’s the only character dining location at Hollywood Studios.
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Guests love Oga’s Cantina for their drink menu – and breakfast is no exception. In terms of actual breakfast food, there is none. They serve a Happabore Sampler, which includes an array of meats and cheese, as well as Batuu Bits which come with a spicy dip. However, I can’t say these really scream breakfast.
Instead, guests drop in here to enjoy an AM cocktail, like the Fuzzy Tauntaun, Yub Nub, and Jet Juice. These cocktails aren’t any different from what’s available on the lunch or dinner menu, so don’t expect any morning mimosa-type drinks here to go along with your hash and eggs.
If you’re just looking to let loose here, this is one of the best places to grab a drink early in the day. Hey, it’s vacation – there are no rules.
Can I Bring My Own Food Into Hollywood Studios?
Yes! You’re always allowed to bring in your own snacks while visiting any of the Disney World theme parks, including Hollywood Studios.
If you’re opting to bring in your own snacks to save money or prevent waiting in line, just remember that nothing should be in a glass bottle. Glass bottles are not allowed in Walt Disney World theme parks because of the hazardous risk they pose.
If you want to learn more about what you can and cannot bring into the Disney parks, click here.
Sure, there aren’t a ton of breakfast options at Hollywood Studios, but there’s enough of a selection to help jumpstart your morning – and do so affordably. Many of the items listed here cost anywhere between $5-15 at most.
Are any of these on your must-do list while visiting Hollywood Studios? If so, let us know which one and what your go-to order is. Be sure to follow us on Instagram for all the latest Disney tips, tricks, and trivia. Our content is always magical.
As a self-proclaimed Mouseketeer, Courtney Dercqu is a fan of all things Disney. Between decorating her desk with souvenirs from the park, to making unique mouse ears and having a dedicated Disney Instagram, Courtney is a true believer in the magic of a Walt Disney World vacation. Having had more than 200 articles published on various content, Courtney’s excited to share her knowledge and experience with everyone! Be sure to follow her on Instagram for all the Disney magic.
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