50’s Prime Time Café Dining Review

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Go back in time with this nod to 50’s Americana

There are plenty of places to dine at Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park, so many that it can be hard to choose. With reservations filling up as much as six months in advance, park employees suggest making reservations before you get on a plane. When searching for table service restaurants, make sure to consider Disney’s 50’s Prime Time Café.

inside Disney's 50's Prime Time Cafe

The Theme

Disney’s 50’s Prime Time Café is a perfect place to dine if you’re looking to treat your family to a uniquely themed experience. While the outside of the restaurant might feel 90’s inspired with its bold use of neon color, the inside is designed to give diners the feeling their eating in the kitchen of an American family living in the 1950s.  Think pastels, checkered floors, flowered curtains, and tons of wallpaper. Enjoy laughs over milk shakes, as the TV plays episodes from some of the most beloved TV shows of all time.

Dining at 50s Prime Time Cafe

A Family Affair

At the 50’s Prime Time Café guests are treated like members of the family – literally. Expect your waitress to be a little snarky, as mother – or in this case your waitress – knows best. Be prepared to be scolded if you put your elbows on the table, or don’t finish your vegetables. Employees really get into character here, so join the fun and enjoy going back in time.

Food at 50s Prime Time Cafe

The Food

The Prime Time Café serves up strictly American comfort food. Think fried chicken, chicken pot pie, old-fashioned pot roast and meatloaf. For healthy eaters, the restaurant offers Caesar salad with chicken or salmon. They also offer a sustainable fish of the day. For vegetarians there’s Cousin Ryan’s vegetable lasagna. Layers of multigrain pasta, zucchini and roasted mushrooms are topped with Mozzarella and ricotta cheese and marinara sauce. For desert try the traditional warm apple crisp a la mode, or an old fashioned root beer float. See the full menu here.

To make reservations you can go online and look for available times or you can call Walt Disney Dining at 407.939.3463.

Will you consider Disney’s Prime Time Café for your next trip to the park?

Michelle McKinley is a journalist and digital marketer from Los Angeles, CA. She earned her Journalism degree from Pepperdine University, and has been writing for the web since 2003. She’s a life-long Disney fan who travels and writes about her experiences for fun.

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