The Hollywood Brown Derby

Hollywood Blvd, Disney's Hollywood Studios
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Description

The Hollywood Brown Derby is a signature full table service restaurant at Disney's Hollywood Studios serving gourmet American dishes. Desiged to take in-park dining to a new level with the creation of the Studios, the Brown Derby is based on the restaurant by the same name that once served the famous stars and directors of Hollywood (including Walt Disney himself). The original Brown Derby opened in 1929 but has since closed. It's most famous food legacy is the Cobb Salad, which you can still order at the Studios Brown Derby, along with Walt's favorite desert from the original Brown Derby, the Grapefruit Cake.

Credit card guarantee required
Guests at this location will be required to provide a credit card in order to make a reservation. In the event that a cancellation is not made at least one day in advance, the credit card on the reservation will be charged $10 per person. Reservations can be cancelled at any table service restaurant podium, at a special number of 407-WDW-CNCL, at www.disneyworld.com/dining, or at any guest relations or resort front desk.


Details

Location: Hollywood Blvd
Pricing: $35 - $60
Dining Plan: Yes
Cuisine: American, table service
Alcohol: Yes
Breakfast: No
Lunch: Yes, view menu
Dinner: Yes, view menu
Reservations: Yes
Indoor Seating: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dress Code: No
Seasonal Opening: No
Characters: No



Trivia

The original Brown Derby that the Studios version is based on was featured in the Disney film "Fun and Fancy Free" (1947).

The movie star caricatures that line the walls of the restaurant are based on the originals from the original restaurant.

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