Sunday, September 27, 2020

50's Prime Time Cafe At Hollywood Studios Review

I am all about classics, so I was always curious on eating at 50's Prime Time Cafe at Disney's Hollywood Studios. I knew the tables were set up like a 1950s living room, plus the dishes they served were classic. (Think fried chicken, pot roast..) 

To add to the fun, the waitresses and waiters admonish you for having elbows on the table or not finishing your meal. (You can opt out of this if it's not your thing though.)

You need a reservation, so I made sure to have one of those. 



Here is the inside:






Cool, huh? The TVs play shows from the 50s.


Here's the menu and you can also click here to see it:




I ended up with the Mom's Favorite Recipes, which meant I got the fried chicken, pot toast, and meatloaf:


I thought everything was delicious. My favorite was the fried chicken. The skin was perfection. 

Yes, we opted to have fun with our waitress. She admonished Tommy for not finishing all his food and told him to get his elbows off the table.






We were all told to finish our food and Tommy was the one who found it the most hilarious:





We decided to get the brownie for dessert. We got the ice cream on the side because my mom is lactose-free. It was amazing.



Steve had fun watching the old shows:



Oh, and guess what? I finished my food and got a Clean Plate sticker. But only because I put the rest of my food on Tommy's plate, mwa-haha. 




We would return! The food was scrumptious and we loved the atmosphere. The prices range from $15-$34.99 per adult. Again, a reservation is needed, and you can make that here. It's located in Hollywood Studios close by Gertie the dinosaur.


Have you ever eaten at 50's Prime Time Cafe? 

30 comments:

  1. Your son is amazing and looks like he is having such a good time. That exhibit is one we all can not miss.

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  2. What a fun place to eat. This one reminds me of the place at Disney that offer all you can drink milk shakes.

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  3. I love this! I'd love to go there some time. I love everything about the 50s.

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  4. Oh how fun! I would love to visit this restaurant! I love everything about the 50's!

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  5. This looks like such a great experience. I would love to check out this cafe.

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  6. I have always wanted to visit this diner and now I'm really going to have to make a point to when I go back. Looks like a blast!

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  7. What a fun fun thing to do. It was even more fun to read about seeing Tommy's laugh.

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  8. This looks amazing! I love the 50's / 60's style! I used to work in a 50's diner and loved it!

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  9. He's laughing face is so hilarious.. Hehe.. I haven't tried that café,but the foods there seems very delicious.

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  10. I love the interior of this cafe, everything looks classic and vintage! It's relaxing to eat and study in this kind of place

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  11. That tv set can really bring you back the past. What a cool concept for a cafe!

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  12. Wow! So cool! I would like to take my coffee in a cafe from the 1950. Sounds awesome!

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  13. This sounds so fun! We will have to try this place out next time we go. The kids would love it.

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  14. Sounds fun especially being told off for not finishing your food! The dessert looks delicious! I love the cute television!

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  15. Looks like such a fun place to eat! We haven't been there yet but need to try it out. Love the clean plate sticker :)

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  16. This looks like such a fun place to eat!
    Xo Anna www.pepperedinstyle.com

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  17. That is such an awesome idea. I never knew this existed and I can see myself having fun going to this Cafe. Now, all I need to do is find the appropriate outfit.

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  18. This place looks so fun. I think Zachary would like messing with the waitress too.

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  19. Love the vintage look of that cafe. We've never been there. Someday, I hope. -LYNNDEE

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  20. The cafe sounds like a great place to visit. The food sounds great and the clean plate sticker, hilarious!! Must take the kids there.

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  21. What a fun place to go! Love the decor and how the waitress got into character.

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  22. Oh yes this is cool! I would want to visit this place. That brownie dessert looks so good!

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  23. I really loved this virtual tour, now I really want to visit this diner..

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  24. omg this looks so fun!! I am so jelly I would love to go here one day

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  25. It looks like a great meal! I'm glad you had such a good time there and would go again. I'll have to let my everything Disney friend know about it.

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  26. That sound like great meal, Menu sounds really delicious food , brownies looks yum.

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  27. That looks like an amazing place! So cool to go back to the 50's in the modern times. And your family seemed to have a great time!

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  28. This is such a cute place to dine. I would love to see more places like this.

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  29. I love the classic vibe of this cafe! Definitely something that my family and I would enjoy if we had that here. The food also looks good!

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