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Last updated 11/11/18

What’s vegan in Hollywood Studios?

Kiosks, Carts and Walk Ups

Anaheim Produce, Sunset Boulevard
Vegan Option: Fruit, Pretzels, Chips
Opens at 10:30am
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$0-$10

Hollywood Scoops, Hollywood Boulevard
Vegan Option: Tofutti Ice Cream
Opens at 12:30pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$10

Trolley Car Cafe (Starbucks), Hollywood Boulevard
Vegan Option: Coffee, Soy and Coconut Milk available
Opens at 9:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$10

Dockside Diner, Echo Lake
Vegan Option: Loaded Chili Cheese Nachos without cheese and sour cream (chili is made with crumbles)
Opens at 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Baseline Tap House, Grand Avenue (bar)
Vegan Option: Soft Pretzel with mustard
Opens at 11:00am
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$5-$15

 

Quick Service

Fairfax Fare, Sunset Boulevard
Vegan Option: 7-Layer Rice Bowl with Vegan Chili, ask for allergy rice (get without cheese and sour cream, also ask about honey in corn as we have heard mixed things)
Opens at 11:30am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Starring Rolls Cafe, Sunset Boulevard
Vegan Option: Chips, Fruit
Opens at 9:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

ABC Commissary, Commissary Lane
Vegan Option: Vegan Burger with vegan mayo, Vegan Stir Fry offered during dinner
Opens at 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

PizzeRizzo, Muppet Courtyard (OPEN SEASONALLY)
Vegan Option: Allergy Menu Pizza with Follow Your Heart Vegan Cheese
Opens at 11:00am (closes early)
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$5-$15

Woody’s Lunch Box, Toy Story Land
Vegan Option: “Totchos” Order with vegan chili and cheese, and omit sour cream. Grilled Cheese  order vegan with vegan cheese/no mayo on bread
Lunch starts around 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$5-$15

 

Table Service & Bars

50’s Prime Time Cafe, Echo Lake
Vegan Option: Spaghetti Marinara, Brownie Sundae, Milkshakes (ALLERGY MEATLESS MEATBALLS CONTAIN EGG)
Lunch served 11:00am-3:15pm
Dinner served 3:30pm- Park Close
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$25

Hollywood and Vine, Echo Lake
Breakfast Vegan Option: Tofu Scramble and Vegan Mickey Waffles (from chef), Oatmeal, Fruit.
Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Build Your Own Pasta, Sautéed Vegetables, Vegan Ice Cream
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$30-$34

Hollywood Brown Derby, Hollywood Boulevard
Vegan Option: Noodle Bowl with Spring Rolls (order vegan as spring rolls contain egg wash now)
Opens at 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$30-$50

Sci Fi Dine-In Theatre, Commissary Lane
Vegan Option: Vegan Tofu Lettuce Wraps, Falafel Burger (must specify vegan), Vegan Milkshakes
Opens at 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$15-$25

Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano, Muppet Courtyard
Vegan Option: Polenta Cake with mushroom and cauliflower with cashew cheese, Vegan Cheese available for Mushroom Pizza, rolls are vegan, Vegan Ice Cream for dessert
Opens at 11:30am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$25

 

*Item may not be vegan. Remember to always ask your server or a chef if the item is vegan. Disney World restaurants are constantly changing ingredients and suppliers.

IF YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED A VEGAN OPTION AT ANY RESORT RESTAURANT LET US KNOW SO WE CAN ADD IT TO OUR DATABASE.
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61 thoughts

  1. The ABC Commissary also has a vegan option for the Shrimp Teriyaki Bowl! It’s not listed on the menu posted outside the restaurant, but it’s part of the dinner menu on the screens above the cash registers, listed just underneath the Shrimp Teriyaki Bowl as a specifically vegan alternative. I was there yesterday and had it!

      1. No tofu, just an assortment of roasted veggies. Shiitake mushrooms, broccoli, onion, red peppers, and probably something else I’m forgetting. A little simple, but pretty good!

  2. The abc Commissary now offers a vegan burger as part of their advertised menu. It’s really good. Grilled peppers and onion with tomato and lettuce. Vegan mayo, ketchup and siracha mustard.
    I really can’t recommend this enough.

    1. Yes! We just got it today. It really was great. Thanks for reminding me to update this page with that. A Cast Member said they’re making a lot of menu changes there over the next month so I’m excited to see what else might get added.

  3. I just ate lunch at Mama Melrose’s, and the chef said the Mama’s Italian Pasta can be made vegan without the cheese. Just something else to add to the list!

  4. Hi! thank you for this Vegan list. I went with the 7-layer chili bowl and it was amazing!! However, I used the pre-order app and when i went to pick it up the manager was waiting on me with the order. He said he noticed i took the cheese and sour cream so he assumed I did not want dairy so he went ahead and changed the rice too.

    He said that the rice is made with butter unless you request vegan at the cashier as a special diet FYI. 🙂

  5. Took Jaklore’s advice and went to Tune In and Chill bar! (Tucked away just to the left of prime time café in a green building) the chef was brought out to us and she was EXTREMELY knowledgeable and helpful to our requests! Made our milkshake by hand to avoid cross contamination with dairy. We got that and a vegan brownie desert. Also ordered a kids salad to eat with the Gardein “chick’n” patties I brought along. Highly recommend this option here!

  6. We were able to order vegan tofutti shakes and vegan brownie from Tune in And chill bar next to Prime Time Cafe. Bar tender had to ask the chef if he could squeeze us in.
    They do not have a separate blender but chef said they wash it out. we ended snagging two seats and chilling for a little bit while getting our sweet tooth on.

  7. I’m at the ABC Commissary right now and the Mediterranean Salad dressing is not vegan, there is cheese mixed into the dressing.

  8. That’s my comment re ’50s Prime Time on December 26. And I did indeed go to MM for lunch last week. And was not disappointed. My husband and I both had delicious spaghetti marinara. The bread is vegan (and served with olive oil, also vegan), and I had chocolate Tofutti for dessert. My husband had some other chocolate dessert (he’s vegetarian, so he branched out a little there). A really good meal, and I’m happy to report that MM’s staff and procedures were much better organized than I’ve ever experienced them. There’s even more waiting room up front. A great experience, and sorry we couldn’t repeat it, which we tried to do on a walk-up, but they were booked.

    Meanwhile, across the street from MM is PizzeRizzo, where we foolishly tried to get dinner one evening. They close at 4 pm! No one could figure that one out. PR supposedly has vegan pizza, but we weren’t able to try it or verify that it’s true. BTW, Catalina Eddie’s–the quick-service pizza place near the Tower of Terror–has nothing vegan to offer, unless you’d like a piece of undressed lettuce. That was literally the only vegan food there.

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