Hollywood and Vine

Theme Park Insider Reader Rating: 7 out of 10

Character Meal Restaurant

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Breakfast includes Mickey-shaped waffles, frittatas, and pastries, while lunch offers chicken, ribs, pasta, and sandwiches. The menu changes seasonally at dinner. Your character hosts are the Disney Junior crew at breakfast and lunch, while Minnie Mouse takes the spotlight at dinner. Prices range up to $40-60 per person, depending upon the meal and time or year.


The buffet is good and have the main characters at your table is the best time save if you have little childrens. We didn't but enjoyed the company. Very good the service from the cast members. Not exceptional but good.
Had dinner with my wife and two kids here over the holidays. The buffet food was ok, but nothing was particularly great. Meeting characters was also fine, but not really memorable or extra-special. The best part was that they made my son and me a special allergy-free brownie dessert.

The price was high considering we didn't think it was that great of an experience, and we definitely didn't enjoy it as much as other meals we had on our recent trip.

For dinner this restaurant is great but the only let down is lunch with the characters as it gets too noisy especially if you are sitting near where they sing the songs.
After having wonderful buffet dinners at Boma and The Crystal Palace, Hollywood and Vine was a bit of a let down. The food was boring and the tables are too close together. And that chocolate fountain is touched by many children so we skipped trying it!

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