6. Fairfax Fare
Fairfax Fare is another team player you’ll find on Sunset Boulevard, and one that boasts a bounty of southwestern-style and classic American entrée selections. They open early for breakfast each day to dish out original delights like the Loaded Scrambled Egg Bowl, Baked Pastry Basket, Hot Oatmeal and Fresh Berries, and Breakfast Sandwich with scrambled eggs, ham, Swiss cheese, and spinach served on an onion roll with herb-cheese spread. Bagels and fruit are also available as well as a special kids’ meal of Scrambled Eggs and Breakfast Potatoes. For lunch and dinner you can fill up on such favorites as the Mojo Pulled Pork Sandwich, Empanadas Platter, Fajita Combo Platter, or one of a variety of different 7-Layer Rice Bowls. Or perhaps you’d rather dive into a classic Foot Long All-Beef Hot Dog or Chili-Cheese All-Beef Foot Long. The Fairfax Salad is another house specialty, which includes pulled pork, bacon, fire-roasted corn medley, tortilla strips, and cheddar, served with jalapeño ranch dressing. Vegetarians can enjoy the same wedge salad, minus the meat (vegans may omit the cheddar and dressing as well). Vegan Chili, which is used in one of the aforementioned 7-Layer Rice Bowls, is also available here per request. Top off any meal with a sweet sendoff like Chocolate Mousse or the Seasonal Cupcake. And as always, refreshing beverages both spirited and otherwise may be purchased here as well.
7. Woody’s Lunch Box
Toy Story Land has introduced us to myriad features and attractions, including a brand new quick service spot. Woody’s Lunch Box, designed to look like Andy’s Woody-themed lunchbox propped open with a thermos and serving as an ordering counter, is rapidly becoming a hit with guests. They open each day for breakfast to let the toying around begin bright and early with versatile items like the S’more French Toast Sandwich, Banana Split Yogurt Parfait, Breakfast Bowl, and the Smoked Turkey Breakfast Sandwich. Lunch and dinner feature plays on popular comforts that scream childhood nostalgia. You’ve got your sandwiches like the Grilled Three-Cheese Sandwich and Smoked Turkey Sandwich, as well as the BBQ Brisket Melt. One signature you’ll notice on the menu reads “Totchos,” which is an original concoction comprised of Potato Barrels (better known as tater tots) coated in beef and bean chili, shredded cheese, house queso with tomatoes, and corn chips, and a garnishing of sour cream with sprinkled green onions. The aforementioned Potato Barrels (plain), Tomato-basil Soup, and Vegetable Macaroni Salad all make wonderful playmate sides to any meal, along with other options as well. For dessert there is a unique feature making up both the breakfast and lunch/dinner lineups, giving a novel approach to the concept of classic toaster pastries. There is the Raspberry Lunch Box Tart and the Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart, both delectable choices. And as always you’ll find traditional fountain drinks and specialties (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) also being served.
There are no small “rolls” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. That’s because whatever you order here, whether it be from one of the more lavish table service restaurants or a quick eat on the go, you’re sure to be satisfied. And remember, there are always new starring food debuts being introduced to the scene.