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Tune In Lounge

Inside Hollywood Studios, between Hollywood and Vine and 50’s Prime Time Café, is the Tune In Lounge. This hidden lounge is themed in old school 1950’s era furniture and décor. I felt like I was in my Grandfather’s den. The theming was so realistic to every last detail. It was fun looking around at the old fashioned televisions and kitschy flamingos.


They had wine, beer and a variety of beverages that go along with the theme of the restaurant.  One selection of specialty drinks was called From Dad’s Liquor Cabinet. Some of the drinks were Blue Glowtini, Mowie Wowie, Grandma’s Picnic Punch and Dad’s Electric Lemonade. I had the Blue Glowtini. It is a vodka drink with peach schnapps and sweet and sour mix. It was so good and the glowing ice cube was a cool touch. My husband had Dad’s Electric Lemonade which is a rum drink with sweet and sour mix and sprite. He enjoyed it as well. I must tell you though the drinks were a little pricey. Around $10.00 a piece! Just a thought I'd share that with you if you are on budget for your vacation.


One great thing about the Lounge is that you can order off the 50’s Prime Time menu but you have to eat at the bar. If you are looking for a unique little place to take a break and enjoy a cocktail then Tune In Lounge is a great pick.

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Ashley is a passionate foodie who enjoys cooking, fine dining, traveling and all things Disney


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Posted: Tuesday, May 31, 2011
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