Restaurants and eateries are classified by meals served and amount you should expect to spend per person:
$ = Inexpensive (under $15)*
$$ = Moderate ($16 to $25)*
$$$ = Expensive ($26 to $45)*
$$$$ = Very Expensive (Over $45)*
- The Hollywood Brown Derby - This full-service restaurant with a chic atmosphere (the waiters wear tuxes), features world-famous Cobb salad, steaks, seafood, pasta specialties and fine International wines. Lunch & Dinner $$$ to $$$$ with drinks, appetizer and dessert.(Off Sunset Boulevard near Animation Courtyard - Seats 289)
- 50's Prime Time Cafe/Tune In Lounge - This could be your grandma's house... you are expected to set the table, keep your elbows off the table and eat your vegetables. The atmosphere in this full-service restaurant is casual, down to the black and white televisions in every room. The menu features down home favorites, like fried chicken, Dad's meatloaf, Mom's pot roast and chicken pot pie. Desserts include brownies, milkshakes, sundaes and cobblers. Lunch & Dinner $$ to $$$ with appetizer and dessert. (Mickey Avenue - Restaurant seats 262, lounge seats 52)
- Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano - Mama Melrose brings old-fashioned Italian cooking to a full-service restaurant with an upscale feel. Menu items include gourmet pizza baked n wood-burning ovens, pasta dinners and seafood. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$ with appetizer and dessert. (Behind Muppet 3D and Star Tours - Seats 280)
- Sci-Fi Dine-In theater Restaurant - The menu features cosmic concoctions ranging from salads and sandwiches to linguini and fresh fish. Reminiscent of drive-in movies, diners watch a big screen featuring favorite science fiction scenes while snuggled in 50-era car booths. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$ with appetizer and dessert. (Commissary Lane - Seats 254)
- Hollywood & Vine - An "all-you-care-to-eat" buffet features fresh salads, pasta, rotisserie meats and vegetarian selections. Character Breakfast $$. Lunch and Dinner $$ including dessert. (Opposite Echo Lake - Seats 314)
Looking for meat-free meals? Disney World is one of the easiest vacation spots in the world for vegetarians to find a great meal. No matter where you are, or what your budget, you'll find some tasty meat-free choices in the theme parks.
Counter Service Restaurants
- ABC Commissary - Counter service fast food with an international flair, includes vegetarian stir-fry noodles, fish and chips and Brazilian feijoada, traditional black bean stew, and more. Lunch and Dinner $.(Commissary Lane - Seats 562)
- Backlot Express - Hosted by Coca-Cola, this counter service fare, features custom-broiled hamburgers, grilled hot dogs, marinated chicken breast sandwiches and salads. Lunch and Dinner $.(Between Epic Stunt Theater and Star Tours - Seats 600)
Quick Service & Snacks
- Toy Story Pizza Planet - Pizza, chips, cookies. All day $. (Near Toy Story Mania!)
- Min & Bill's Dockside Diner - Counter service with patio seating features fruit, yogurt, beverages and snacks. Anytime $. (Echo Lake - Seats 140)
- Sunset Ranch Market - Rosie's All-American Cafe - Catalina Eddie's - Counter service with covered seating featuring hamburgers, hotdogs, individual pizza, baked potatoes and turkey legs. Lunch and Dinner $. (Sunset Boulevard - Seats 400)
- Dinosaur Gertie's Ice Cream of Extinction - Snack bar with ice cream. Anytime $. (Echo Lake)
- Herbie's Drive-In - BBQ, pretzels, chips. Anytime $. (Near Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show)
- Starring Rolls Cafe - Counter service hosted by Nestle Toll House and offering fresh-made pastries, salads, house-roasted coffee with patio seating. Anytime $. (Sunset Boulevard - Seats 48)
- Anaheim Produce - Produce stands featuring fresh fruit, vegetables and beverages. Anytime $. (Sunset Boulevard)
- Top 10 Disney World Snacks - Whether you are looking for a quick pick-me-up between rides or a small meal, these great snacks can't be beat.
*Prices are subject to change.