50’s Prime Time Cafe Overview | Disney’s Hollywood Studios Dining

50’s Prime Time Cafe is a real blast from the past. This vintage restaurant takes life and food from the 50’s and brings it to the present. There are plenty of cool features like a mini TV at every table that show black and white primetime shows circa 1955.

50’s Prime Time Cafe Details

Walt Disney World Park Hollywood Studios
Location in Park Echo Lake
Dining Experience Old fashioned, retro
Hours 11 AM – 8 PM
Price Range $15 – $34.99
Type of Cuisine American
Mobile Order Yes
Reservations Yes
Allergy-Friendly Yes


50’s Prime Time Cafe has classic American comfort food and an old-fashioned aesthetic that really makes you feel like you took a step back in time. The walls and floors are the bright pastel colors that made that bygone era famous. If you’re looking for a restaurant that makes you feel like you’re eating in grandma’s kitchen, then this is the place for you.


50’s Prime Time Cafe’s menu offers many family-themed options like Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken and Mom’s Old Fashioned Pot Roast. 50’s Prime Time Cafe truly feels like all the best things about home. There are also several non-alcoholic specialty drinks that really make the experience even better.


Beer Battered Onion Rings. $10.00

Cousin Amy’s Iceberg Lettuce Wedge – Plant-based Ranch Dressing, Rice Paper Bacon, Chives, Cherry Tomatoes, Sliced Red Onions. $9.00

Grandpa’s Crab Cake – Lump Crab Cake served on Succotash Salad with Bacon and Chili Sauce. $13.00

Chicken Noodle Soup – Hearty mixture of Chicken, Vegetables, and Egg Noodles. $9.00


Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken – Served with Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Chicken Gravy, and Seasonal Vegetables. $24.00

Cousin Megan’s Traditional Meatloaf – Blend of Beef and Pork topped with Tomato Glaze served with Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans. $21.00

Caesar Salad With Chicken – Romaine Lettuce tossed with Caesar Dressing, Grated Parmesan, and Garlic Croutons. $17.00

Cousin Harold’s Vegetable Garden – A seasonal alternative with all the fixings. (Market Price)

A Sampling of Mom’s Favorite Recipes – Golden-fried Chicken, Fork Tender Pot Roast, and Traditional Meatloaf with all the fixin’s. $26.00

Mom’s Old Fashioned Pot Roast – Slow-cooked ’til Fork-tender and served with Roasted Garlic-Mashed Potatoes, Brown Gravy, and garnished with Carrots, Celery, and Onions. $24.00

Caesar Salad With Salmon – Romaine Lettuce tossed with Caesar Dressing, Grated Parmesan, and Garlic Croutons. $18.00


Traditional Warm Apple Crisp. $7.50

Dad’s Favorite Chocolate-Peanut Butter Layered Cake. $8.00

Ice Cream Sundae. $7.00

Traditional Warm Apple Crisp À la Mode. $9.50

Mom’s Brownie – Chocolate Brownie served with a heaping scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream with Chocolate Sauce and Whipped Cream. $9.00

Kids’ Entrees

Goofy’s Salmon. $13.00

Grandma’s Macaroni and Cheese. $10.00

Grandpa’s Grilled Chicken. $12.00

Aunt Betty’s Chicken Strips. $11.00

All of the kids’ meals are served with a choice of two Selections and choice of Small Lowfat Milk, Small Dasani® Water, or Small Minute Maid® Apple Juice.

Non-Alcoholic Specialty Drinks

Mickey’s Bee Bop Drink – Cherry-flavored Sprite® with Dad’s Glowing Electric Ice Cubes served in a souvenir cup. $8.00

Flavored Sodas – Coca-Cola® blended with Vanilla or Cherry Flavors. $4.79

Chocolate, Vanilla, or Strawberry Milkshake. $9.00

Pomegranate Lemonade. $5.49

Root Beer or Coke Float. $7.50

Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake. $9.00

Additionally, there are plenty of fun, specialty alcoholic drinks too like Grandma’s Picnic Punch, the Mowie Wowie, and Dad’s Electric Lemonade.


Written by

Gio Lambert

Contributing Writer

Gio loves all things Disney! He’s been on three Disney cruises around the world and has said they’re the best way to vacation. As a Central Florida native, he’s grown up going to Disney and has loved every experience. Gio’s favorite Disney movie is The Lion King but he loves the music from Tarzan. If he had to spend the rest of his life in one theme park he would probably pick either Animal Kingdom or Hollywood Studios.

One comment on “50’s Prime Time Cafe Overview | Disney’s Hollywood Studios Dining

  1. Such a cute restaurant and good food! I always stop and grab a PBJ milkshake when I’m in Hollywood Studios.

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