Changes coming to the character line-up at Hollywood and Vine breakfast

May 07, 2018 in "Hollywood and Vine"

Posted: Monday May 7, 2018 8:47am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Roadster Goofy will soon be joining the characters at the Disney Junior Play 'n' Dine breakfast at Hollywood & Vine.

Beginning May 13 2018, Roadster Racers Goofy will replace Handy Manny.

Breakfast is typically served at Hollywood & Vine from 8am to 10:20am daily, and along with Roadster Goofy will be Jake, Sofia the First, and Doc McStuffins.

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tissandtullyMay 08, 2018

I don't think that took off as well as hoped.

WDWFREAK53May 08, 2018

I'm surprised Miles from Tomorrowland can't be found anywhere.

AshaNeOmahMay 07, 2018

Octonauts, yes. I was surprised to learn that Vampirina is actually partially 'produced' in-house with Brown Bag Films affiliated. Or vice-versa, but you get the point.

tissandtullyMay 07, 2018

Think they are in the same licensed shows like Octonauts and Vampirina. They aren’t made by Walt Disney TV Animation.

MomofPrincessGraceMay 07, 2018

I would LOVE a Toy Story character meal. We did the Disney Junior dine when mine was 5, and she was just at that age where she wasn't really into Disney Junior. This would be so CUTE!

tissandtullyMay 07, 2018

Bring on the new Muppet Babies please! They are so darn adorable and both my kids love the new show.

CaptainAmericaMay 07, 2018

Handy Manny was cancelled in 2013. The target audience has no clue who he is.

I'mwatchinguWizowskiMay 07, 2018

I wish they’d gear something more towards boys. We have all the princes dining. I’d love woody and buzz, pj masks or something other than the girlie stuff. (No offense to the girlie stuff (we still go it it;) I just have boys who aren’t really that into it:(

AshaNeOmahMay 07, 2018

Interesting choice. Goofy can be found all over WDW. As the dad of a 4 and 2 year old, I wonder what the character rights agreements would be with the PJ Masks? I see those kids everywhere with virtually no park presence.