I used to think Disney’s Hollywood Studios was super basic when it came to snacks and food in general.
But over the past few years, they’ve really stepped it up! While you still can’t get Dole Whip, they finally have an interesting line up of snacks.
In this post, I’m dropping the best snacks at Hollywood Studios so you’ll know exactly where to go when your tummy starts rumbling but it’s not time for your dining reservation.
While this post is updated regularly, availability, dates, hours, and prices are subject to change at any time.
Bavarian pretzel & California cheese and charcuterie plate
As much as I love Mickey pretzels, the Bavarian Pretzel at BaseLine Tap House is salty, carby goodness!
The Bavarian Pretzel is even better when you wash it down with one of many California craft brews on the menu.
Another excellent snack option at BaseLine Tap House is the California cheese and charcuterie plate with 3 California-made cheeses, salami, chorizo, and other snacks.
If you’re more of a grazer, this is the snack for you.
Baseline Tap House is located on Grand Avenue, next to the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant.
Black caf cold brew coffee
One of my absolute favorite snacks at Hollywood studios is actually a drink!
I like to mobile order this when I enter the park so it’s ready as soon as I walk up to Galaxy’s Edge.
The black caf cold brew coffee, available from Kat Saka’s Kettle, consists of Joffrey’s cold brew coffee topped with cream cheese cold foam and chocolate puffs.
There’s also a spiked version that adds chocolate liqueur to the mix.
Blue milk & green milk
Straight from Star Wars: Episode IV and Star Wars: Episode VIII, the Milk Stand at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge serves several different versions of Blue Milk and Green Milk.
Both drinks are made with a blend of coconut and rice milk. Blue Milk has a fruity taste, while Green Milk is more tropical and citrus.
For an adults-only twist, you can get Blue Milk with rum and Green Milk with tequila.
This snack is a must-try for any die-hard Star Wars fan.
Carrot cake cookie
Available at the Trolley Car Cafe, this delicious cookie brings me back to my childhood, when my nana would always make us grandkids carrot cake with frosting for our birthday. Man, I miss those cakes!
This delicious cookie sandwich consists of 2 carrot cake “cookies” with a thick layer of cream cheese frosting in the middle.
It’s more of a whoopie pie than a cookie since the carrot cake are actual cakes rather than cookies.
The cake is perfectly moist – and not in an artificial way – and the frosting tastes just like my nana’s. Also, it’s big enough to share or savor a few bites at night throughout your trip.
Lastly, the Trolley Car Cafe is also a Starbucks in disguise, so grab a coffee while you’re at it!
Drinks at Oga’s Cantina
If beer or cocktails are your perfect idea of a snack, bee line it to Oga’s Cantina.
Located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, next to the Millenium Falcon: Smugglers Run ride, this lounge serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks that look like they’re straight out of one of the Star Wars movies or shows.
Honestly, you can’t go wrong with pretty much any drink on the menu. Here are a few recommendations to start with, pictured above from left to right:
- Moogan Tea: Unsweetened iced tea mixed with chocolate milk, vanilla, and cinnamon – no, that’s not a typo!
- Blue Bantha: Blue milk with a thickly frosted sugar cookie served on top – aka milk n cookies Star Wars style.
- Bloody Rancor: Bloody Mary mix, vodka, and chile liquer, served with a vanilla meringue rancor bone on top – aka hot n spicy bloody mary.
- Black Spire Brew: cold brew coffee mixed with passion fruit, citrus, honey, and falernum syrups – aka tropical yet spicy iced coffee.
TIP: Some of the drinks above are no longer listed on the menu, but can still be requested as part of the secret menu! So if you don’t see it when you visit, ask a cast member if it can still be made.
What’s an amusement park visit without some funnel cake?
Head to Epic Eats, over by the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular Show for your fill.
Here you can get your standard powdered sugar covered funnel cake, as well as funnel cake with soft-serve on top. Sometimes they have special, limited-time combos, too.
Jack Jack Num Num Cookie
Head to The Market or Neighborhood Bakery in Hollywood Studios’ Pixar Plaza for a giant chocolate chunk cookie known as the cult-favorite Jack Jack Num Num cookie.
That’s right – this bad boy is available at TWO locations, just outside Toy Story Land. Get ’em while they are still available!
Lunch box tarts
Lunch Box Tarts are like a cross between a Pop-Tart and a hand pie.
They’re available in 2 flavors: raspberry jam with strawberry fondant and crispy pearls and chocolate-hazelnut with maple fondant and candied bacon.
Sometimes they have special, limited-time flavors, like lemon blueberry or banana peanut butter fudge, too!
The Lunch Box Tart is available at Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land, across from the Alien Swirling Saucers.
Mustafarian lava roll
The Mustafarian Lava Roll is available at TWO locations in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge – Docking Bay 7 and Oga’s Cantina.
This sweet treat is a giant cinnamon roll topped with Oreo crumbs and red icing. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, this is the snack for you!
Outpost mix popcorn
If your go-to snack at Disney World is popcorn, you have to try Outpost Mix popcorn.
Outpost Mix is a blend of sweet and spicy popcorn served hot. It’s definitely not your usual buttery park snack!
This red-and-purple tinted popcorn mix is available at Kat Saka’s Kettle in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, in between Ronto Roasters and Docking Bay 7.
Head over to the gelato cart in the Muppets area for THE best gelato flavor to ever exist, POG!
POG stands for passionfruit-orange-guava and is a staple juice blend in Hawaii. Disney also serves it in its juice form, as well as in mixed drinks at multiple spots throughout the resort.
And now, you can cool off at Hollywood Studios with a scoop or 2 of gelato in this deliciously tart flavor!
One of the most popular snacks that debuted at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is the Ronto Wrap.
The Ronto Wrap is available at Ronto Roasters, as well as Docking Bay 7.
This pita wrap combines a grilled pork sausage with roasted pork, creamy peppercorn sauce, and crunchy slaw wrapped up in pita bread. It’s perfect for a hearty snack or small meal.
Ronto Roasters is located across from Savi’s Workshop, where you can build your own lightsaber after satisfying your appetite. Docking Bay 7 is right next door!
Secret identity slushy
I rarely drink soda because it often bothers my stomach.
But sometimes a syrupy sweet, ice cold Coca-Cola really gets the job done at cooling you down, especially when it’s hot and humid out!
Enter the Secret Identity Slushy at Neighborhood Bakery in Pixar Place.
This Coke-based slushy includes whipped cream, cherry cotton candy, and popping candy on top for a delightful and refreshing snack.
The slushy Coke doesn’t have fiziness like its soda form, so you get the flavor without too much carbonation.
What do you get when you take 2 soft but thick and crunchy oatmeal cookies with sugary vanilla cream in the middle with an adorable Chewie-style chocolate belt on top? A wookie cookie or wookiee cookie if you want to be accurate about the spelling!
Available at Backlot Express, this delicious cookie sandwich is definitely big enough to share.
The cookies are somehow soft but also crunchy and they aren’t lumpy like your usual oatmeal cookies. And don’t worry – there are no raisins involved!
BONUS: Chris Evans at Hollywood Studios
Last, but not least, I give you Chris Evans lookin’ like a snack at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
OK, I kid, I kid.
If you want a tasty snack when you’re hitting up this park, you’re gonna have to settle for the tasty treats I’ve listed above.
What are your favorite snacks at Hollywood Studios?
Ohhh this is a hard one! For now, I’m going with the black caf cold brew and the carrot cake cookie!
Let me know in the comments below which Hollywood Studios snacks are your favorite.
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About the author
Meg Frost is the creator of The Park Pixie, where she covers Disney World, Disney+, and Disney fandom.
She holds an M.A. in Journalism from Northeastern University and B.S. in Communication & American Studies from University of Miami.
This post was originally published May 15, 2021. It was last updated September 19, 2023.