Sunset Boulevard is home to many of the premier attractions at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Along this busy thoroughfare, you will finda wonderful family attraction that is of Broadway quality. Beauty and the Beast is a stage show based on the classic Disney film and you can see the most important scenes of the film acted out right in front of you.
At the end of Sunset Boulevard, you will find the Hollywood Tower Hotel, home to one of the best Disney attractions ever, the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. Enter a dilapidated hotel that has seen better days and take the service elevator as you plunge 13 stories and then rise and plunge and rise and plunge some more! Just across the way is another white-knuckle thrill ride, Rock 'n Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith. Take a tour of G-Force records and have a chance to see Aerosmith before their next concert, but it gets better as you enter a super stretch limousine and prepare for the fastest ride through Los Angeles you've ever had.
Finish your night at Disney's Hollywood Studios with Fantasmic!, a night time fireworks, laser and musical finale. This show has it all and it stars Mickey Mouse as he battles the elements of evil in the midst of his very own dreams.
Fairfax fare offers a selection of BBQ chicken and ribs as well as salad and a hot dog. If you're looking for a meal rich in meat or perhaps on the Atkins diet, this is the venue for you. While all of this may sound good, unfortunately the quality of the food... Read Review
This food vendor on Sunset is often overlooked by many, who are drawn to the other food shanties behind it. Perhaps the best value is found here, which is the giant turkey leg. This is some of the best food available if you're feeling light in the wallet and empty in your... Read Review
Catalina Eddie's is located in a busy square of dining options on Sunset Boulevard and offers some basic pizza. Catalina Eddie's pizza is nothing extraordinary and frankly, it's your typical microwavable personal pizzas you can find in your supermarket... Read Review
Hollywood Scoops doesn't differ much from those ice cream vendors that you can find throughout Walt Disney World. Instead of factory packaged ice cream, you can get scooped ice cream on a cone and enjoy it more....or something like that. The bottom line is this is a... Read Review
This glorified burger stand is usually swamped by people going to and from Tower of Terror and Rock 'n' Roller Coaster. Due to the high amount of guests who pass by, there's often longer lines here for food than at the Backlot Express or ABC Commissary where you... Read Review
If riding the Tower of Terror makes you thirsty, then this is a quick place to grab something to drink. This your typical beverage cart in glorified form. They sell mostly drinks and light snacks. Good place to grab coffee as most people will be getting it at busier places... Read Review
Healthy eaters can find refuge at Anaheim Produce. The prices here aren't that expensive so as long as fruit is your thing, then head here. Most likely Anaheim Produce won't be too crowded so you can grab a few apples and either sit down and enjoy them or throw... Read Review
To put it bluntly, this is just another concession stand. Located inside the Hollywood Hills Theater, it has no real name, but is still slightly better than vendor food. Everything sold here is just like the food you would get at an athletic sporting event anywhere else in... Read Review