At this reproduction of the famous 1940s Hollywood restaurant, the walls are lined with movie-star caricatures, just as in Tinseltown. The specialty is the Cobb salad, which by legend was invented by Brown Derby founder Robert Cobb; the salad consists of finely chopped lettuce enlivened by loads of tomato, bacon, turkey, blue cheese, chopped egg, and avocado, all tossed table-side. Other menu choices include grilled salmon with golden lentils, applewood-smoked bacon, and green onions topped with fennel and citrus salad, and herb-crusted grilled loin of lamb. Dining with an Imagineer is a special option; you will have lunch or dinner with one of Disney's creative engineers while enjoying a set-price four-course meal including soup, salad, entrée, and dessert. If you request the Fantasmic! dinner package, make a reservation for no later than two hours before the start of the show.
Hollywood Blvd., Walt Disney World, Florida, 32830, United States
Dec 15, 2006
This is probably the best of the eating options at the MGM park. Food is pretty good, service is OK, and the ambiance is nice. Outside of the theme park this would die a slow death, with the lack of specials and general over pricing - but for where it is, its decent.