Welcome to our latest roundup of What’s New in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
We have a LOT to chat about today — including LOTS of menu updates — so let’s dive right in!
Celebrity Dining: Hollywood Studios Food Update
Buckle up, because we have SO MANY menu changes and updates to talk about!
This treat has an apple purée and chocolate mousse filling, with a dark chocolate mirror glaze coating and comes on top of a cookie with an Oreo crumble. This treat was absolutely delicious and we highly recommend it! It was new during our latest visit, so hopefully, it’ll stick around for a while.
The pop-up bar near Hollywood Brown Derby is now serving Witches Brew, which features Bulleit Rye Whiskey, apple cider, and ginger beer served with a poison apple glow cube for $16.75.
Cast Members for a few dining locations on Hollywood Boulevard were sporting some new costumes! Aren’t they cute??
We found several additions and price changes at Rosie’s All American Cafe! First up, Very Berry Lemonade has increased in price from $10.75 to $12, while the Captain Morgan Fruit Punch Cocktail is up from $9.50 to $11, and the Red Stag Black Cherry Bourbon Lemonade is up from $10.25 to $13.
The Key Lime Verrine is no longer available, but in its place is the Graveyard Worms ‘n’ Dirt, which we tried! This dessert consists of crumbles of chocolate cookies with layers of chocolate pudding and whipped cream topped with some big, juicy gummy worms and colorful sprinkles.
Though we could’ve done without the boba pearls on top, the dessert was still pretty good. You can try it for $4.99!
Elsewhere on the menu, the Beso Del Sol Sangria has been replaced by Opici Family Sangria for $11. Also, Chicken Nuggets went up in price to $10.99 from $9.99, Milk and Chocolate Milk went up to $4.19 from $3.79, Bud or Bud Light went up to $8.25 from $7.75, and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale went up to $10 from $9.75.
The pretty white, orange and yellow layers of cake, whipped cream and pudding were yummy (but oddly didn’t taste like candy corn), and we enjoyed the spider web garnish as well.
Also at Catalina Eddie’s, Opici Family Sangria ($11) has replaced Beso Del Sol Sangria, Bud or Bud Light went up in price to $8.25 from $7.75, and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale went up to $10 from $9.75.
There are even MORE menu changes nearby at Fairfax Fare! They’ve removed the Pork Tamale and added a Plant-based Southwest Bowl for $11.29. They’ve also removed the Tres Leches Verrine but were serving the Candy Corn Verrine during our visit. The Milk went down in price from $3.79 to $3.59, while Chocolate Milk went up from to $4.19 from $3.79, Bud Light went down from $8 to $7.50, Yuengling went down from $8.50 to $8, and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale went up to $10 from $9.75.
At Anaheim Produce, we saw that the seasonal Mango Colada has returned, while there are quite a few price changes as well.
The Frozen Golden Margarita went up to $13 from $12, the Mickey Pretzel went up to $6.79 from $6.59, the Churro went up to $6.19 from $5.89, the Kona Longboard went up to $10 from $9.75, the Schofferhoffer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen went up to $10.25 from $10, the Magic Hat went up to $10 from $9.75, and the Angry Orchard went up to $9.25 from $9.
At Hollywood Scoops, the Hard Root Beer Float has increased in price by $9 to $9.25…
…while the Bo-Peep Sheep Spoon we previously spotted in Disneyland is available for $6.99!
There are some price changes over at Sunshine Day Cafe as well! The Cherry Blossom has increased from $11.50 to $13, the Southside Fizz has increased to $14 from $12.50, while the Blackberry Moonshine Lemonade is up to $14 from $12.50. Also, the price range for Bottle and Draft Beers has increased to $8.75 – $10.25 from $8 – $10.
Believe it or not, we found even more menu changes at The Market in Pixar Place! They are now serving traditional churros instead of the Lightsaber Churros and Cigar City Jai Alai IPA Draft has replaced Corona Light Draft. Elsewhere on the menu, the Mickey Pretzel went up in price to $6.79 from $6.59, the Frozen Margarita and Frozen Pina Colada went up to $13 from $11.25, both the Wild Strawberry Lemonade and Tropical Fruit Punch went up to $12 from $10.25, the Yuengling went up to $8.75 from $8.50, and the Bud Light went up to $8.25 from $8.
An Incredible Celebration was still in full swing during our visit, and we saw a couple changes on the Neighborhood Bakery menu. The Mickey Pretzel has increased in price to $6.79 from $6.59, while the popcorn went up to $4.99 from $4.69.
Toy Story Land
Continuing or journey through menu updates, we found some menu changes at Woody’s Lunch Box as well. The wording for Lunch Box Tart changed again to list a Seasonal tart instead of Raspberry. During our visit, the Raspberry flavor was still available but hopefully, this means a new seasonal flavor is on its way!
There were several price changes on the menu as well. Grown Up’s Lemonade went up to $12 from $10.25, Bud Light 16 oz went up to $7.50 from $7.25, Bud Light 22 oz went up to $8.75 from $8.50, Blue Moon 16 oz went up to $8 from $7.75, Blue Moon 22 oz went up to $9.25 from $9, Angry Orchard 16 oz went up to $8.75 from $8.50, and Angry Orchard 22 oz went up to $10 from $9.75
On Grand Avenue, we found some updates on the menu at PizzeRizzo! First, a plant-based Spicy Italian “Sausage” Sub is available for $9.99. This comes with roasted peppers, onions, mushrooms, and tomatoes served with romaine and “Ranch.”
Also, Twinings Hot Tea went down in price to $2.79 from $3.29, Hot Cocoa went down to $2.79 from $3.29, Apple Juice went up to $3.99 from $3.79, Chocolate Milk went up to $4.19 from $3.79, Bud Light went up to $8.25 from $8, and the Frozen Italian Margarita went up to $14 from $12.25. They’ve removed Moretti Blonde and added Italian Brewed Peroni for $10.25. PizzeRizzo has also removed Beso Sol Sangria and Woodbridge Wine Chardonnay and Cabernet, but they’ve added Copa de Vino Moscato and Cabernet for $9.
The Grand Avenue Snack Cart has removed the Lightsaber Churros and is instead serving traditional churros instead. They’ve also introduced several price changes — Bud Light went up to $8.25 from $8, Yuengling went up to $8.75 from $8.50, Mickey Ice Cream Bars went up to $5.69 from $5.39, Mickey Ice Cream Sandwiches went up to $5.69 from $5.39, and Frozen Lemonade Cups went up to $5.39 from $5.19.
One of our favorite Hollywood Studios spots, BaseLine Tap House, has its own set of menu changes. 16 oz pours went up to $9.25 from $9, 22 oz pours went up to $10.50 from $10.25, cider went up to $10.50 from $10.25, cocktails went up to $14 from $12.75, and wine went up to $10 from $9.
Over at Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant, the Crabless Cake has been removed and an Island Cake has been added to the appetizer menu. Vegan Tofu Lettuce Cups are now called Szechuan Lettuce Cups, but the menu description is exactly the same.
Over at ABC Commissary, the California Burger replaced the Vegan Burger. The description is the same aside from specifying it’s a plant-based burger rather than vegan.
Elsewhere on the menu, Happy Daze went up to $12 from $10.50, the Watermelon Margarita went up to $14 from $13, Bud Light went up to $8.75 from $8, and Yuengling went up to $8.75 from $8.50. They’ve also added Copa di Vino Cabernet and Chardonnay ($9), removed Beso Del Sol Sangria and added Opici Family Sangria ($11).
If you think we’re finished talking about menu changes, you’re sorely mistaken, because we spotted some updates at Backlot Express as well! They’ve removed the Vegetarian Caprese Sandwich and Key Lime Verrine and added the Graveyard Worms ‘n’ Dirt. Also, the Mickey Celebration Cake and Two Suns Hummus have been added to the actual menu boards.
Also, the Strawberry Daiquiri went up to $12 from $10.50, the Frozen Golden Margarita went up to $13 from $11.50, Safari Amber went up to $10 from $9.75, Goose Island went up to $10 from $9.75, Yuengling went up to $8.75 from $8.50, and Bud Light went up to $8.25 from $8. They’ve also added Copa Di Vino Chardonnay and Cabernet ($9) and removed Woodbridge Chardonnay and Cabernet.
Over at Oasis Canteen, we spotted the new Sweet Poison drink for $11.71 (not including the glow cube). This drink features a blend of vanilla vodka, Fireball, apple cider, and a cinnamon stick.
It honestly tasted like Halloween in a cup! The spice of the Fireball, apple cider, and cinnamon stick really compliment each other, leaving this drink a rather cinnamony. But, the vanilla vodka takes this flavor down a bit, so it isn’t too overwhelming!
We spotted a few price changes on the menu at the nearby Epic Eats! The Root Beer Float with Vodka went up to $14 from $12.75, the Rum Island Breeze went up to $13 from $11.50, while the Bud Light Draft went up to $8.25 from $8, and the Sam Adams Seasonal went up to $10 from $9.75.
We found a duo of changes at Peevy’s as well. The Frozen Drink with Alcohol increased in price to $13 from $11.50, while the Frozen Jack and Coke went up to $13 from $11.50.
Dockside Diner removed Seasonal Shakes from their offerings and introduced some price changes as well. The Frozen Lemonade with Vodka went up in price to $13 from $11.25, Yuengling went up to $8.75 from $8.50, Bud Light went up to $8.25 from $8, and Schofferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen went up to $10.25 from $10.
We also found some price changes at various pretzel carts around Hollywood Studios! The Mickey Pretzels went up to $7.25 from $7, Churros went up to $6.50 from $6.25, Stuffed Pretzels with Cream Cheese went up to $7.25 from $7, Mickey Bars went up to $6 from $5.75, Mickey Ice Cream Sandwiches went up to $6 from $5.75, Frozen Lemonade Cups went up to $5.75 from $5.50, and Frozen Bananas went up to $5.75 from $5.50.
Popcorn Carts around the park are now selling the orange Mickey Cauldron Popcorn Bucket for $17! Which Halloween popcorn bucket is your favorite??
We also learned that refillable popcorn buckets went up in price to $12 from $10 and individual bags of popcorn went up to $5.25 from $5.
Celebrity Dining: Hollywood Studios Construction Update
In Animation Courtyard, we noticed that Walt Disney Presents had new signage promoting Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Are you excited to see the new movie when it comes out on October 18th?
Cast Members for Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster have some fun new costumes! According to a Cast Member, these were introduced over the past weekend.
What do you think??
As we mentioned before, An Incredible Celebration: Municiberg is still up and running! Edna is still meeting and greeting and characters are still roaming around, but the Super Shindig is no longer running.
Celebrity Dining: Hollywood Studios Merchandise Update
Now it’s time to talk about NEW MERCH!
It’s a Wonderful Shoppe
In It’s a Wonderful Shoppe, we spotted a pair of Mickey and Minnie Thanksgiving plushes for $21.99 each.
Mickey is decked out in an orange outfit…
…while Minnie looks absolutely adorable in her green dress!
Celebrity 5 & 10
It features Fantasyland icons like Cinderella Castle and “it’s a small world.” Isn’t it cute??
They’re also having a sale on a few Halloween items! The villains apron is currently on sale for $25 (was $34.99)…
…while the Halloween kitchen towel set is on sale for $15 (was $21.99).
Also in Celebrity 5 & 10, we spotted sets of UGears Puzzle Keychains ($17.99) we hadn’t seen before! You could take home a set featuring Stitch…
…or one with a snazzy Castle…
…or one featuring Minnie Mouse herself! That’s our personal fave. 🙂
Once Upon a Time
If you’re as excited for the Maleficent sequel as we are, you can grab this new-to-us shirt at Once Upon a Time for $29.99!
Legends of Hollywood
In Legends of Hollywood, we spotted a pair of Mickey and Minnie Alex and Ani bracelets ($44.99) we didn’t recognize! We aren’t super sure how new they are, but they certainly are cute. Mickey is clad in a pair of red shorts…
…while Minnie’s sporting her signature red dress!
Well, friends, that wraps up our walk around Disney’s Hollywood Studios — thanks for joining us! Stay tuned to Disney Food Blog for even more news from the Disney parks and resorts.
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