Disney’s Hollywood Studios has always been my favorite of the four Walt Disney World theme parks, and this was true long before Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. It’s the place that feels the most like home to me. Galaxy’s Edge and Toy Story Land just make me love the park even more. Since Walt Disney World reopened, it has also become one of my favorite places to eat! My favorite dish on property is found at Satu’li Canteen, but Disney’s Hollywood Studios has many incredible options. I’m vegetarian and often eat vegan, and I always have a hard time deciding where to eat because there are so many different options! Disney is now making it even harder to choose.
I’ll start in Galaxy’s Edge. Ronto Roasters has been a favorite of many, but not of mine because they didn’t have anything that I could eat. That has now changed. Two plant-based options have been added to the menu. The first is Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap, which is sold in the morning. For lunch and dinner you can enjoy Zuchii Wrap. I haven’t been able to try either yet, but my friends at Vegan Disney Food have, and you can read the review here. Remember, you don’t need to be vegetarian or vegan to enjoy a meal without meat once in a while.
There’s one other bit of news in Galaxy’ Edge. At Docking Bay 7 you can once again order a spork! These utensils were stolen so often when Galaxy’s Edge first opened that Disney realized that they needed to sell them instead. You can purchase a spork in a travel bag through the My Disney Experience App. Just use Mobile Ordering. A word of warning, sporks are right handed. Here’s hoping that Disney will offer a left handed version soon, because for people like me they are next to impossible to use.
There is also some character dining news. On March 22, Disney Junior characters will return to Hollywood & Vine! This will be for breakfast only, lunch and dinner will remain Minnie’s Seasonal Dine. The buffet is gone, at least for now. Instead, your party will start with a basket of goodies, and then move on to your choice of entrees. The dishes will include made to order pancakes, eggs, a plant-based frittata, and French Toast stuffed with hazelnut spread. Reservations are limited, so you’ll want to book as soon as your 60 day window opens. You will not leave hungry.