Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Disney Dining Review: 50's Prime Time Cafe at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Because Food and Wine Festival began this weekend at Epcot, we decided not to make any Saturday night Disney dining reservations using our Tables in Wonderland membership and just go out and enjoy the festival fun.  We did that on Saturday night, but we didn't make it far.  The park was absolutely jam packed, so we decided to just have a chill night and go to the Festival Center, take Jillian on the Nemo ride and walk to our favorite kiosk (Argentina - although this year it's called Patagonia) for a little chimichurri beef skewer.  It was a good night, but we didn't get to walk around the world to check out everything.  We'll be doing that on a weeknight this week, when it's much less crowded.

Since we can't let weekend go by without using our Tables in Wonderland membership, we instead made lunch reservations at Hollywood Studios at the 50's Prime Time Cafe.  

We have been to Prime Time several times in the past, and we just love it, so this was a fun outing.  For those who don't know, 50's Prime Time Cafe is set up like an old timey 50's kitchen.  The restaurant is split up into separate kitchen rooms where you're seated around your "cousins" and interact with them through your server during your meal.  The servers are brash and tell you things like "clean your plate!" or "finish your vegetables!"  It's a fun atmosphere.

The food at Prime Time is delicious.  The menu has all kinds of comfort food staples like Fried Chicken, Meatloaf and Pot Roast.  Yum!  I opted for the meatloaf and Hubs did the sampler platter which included small portions of all three dishes.  So so good.

And then to cap off our already full bellies we had to have dessert in the form of a PB&J milkshake.  Seriously, you cannot go to Prime Time and not get one.  They are amaaaazing.  Sometimes we just go to Hollywood Studios to stop by the bar at Prime Time just to get one to go (yes, you can do that!).  They are amazing.  

Overall, awesome lunch, awesome experience at Prime Time.  We will definitely be going back again!  

How about you ... Have you eaten at 50's Prime Time Cafe?  What's your favorite dish?  Did you try the PB&J milkshake?  

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