Welcome to the Hollywood That Never Was and Always Will Be, Disney’s Hollywood Studios! We’re back for another walk around the park, let’s see what’s new.
When I walked into the park, the first thing I noticed was the new scrim up around the exterior of Mickey’s of Hollywood. It joins Keystone Clothiers and Legends of Hollywood in being closed for a lengthy and extensive refurbishment. Its scheduled to reopen with a brand new look in September.
Across the street at Celebrity 5 & 10, these Snack Fans have finally arrived in Walt Disney World, after being on the other coast at Disneyland for a couple weeks. They come in Dole Whip, Lollipop, and Mickey Ice Cream Sundae shapes, and are priced at $12.99 each.
After watching and reading all of the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge coverage from Disneyland, I decided to take a walk around the Star Wars Launch Bay to try to quench some of the extreme thirst I have to be on Batuu.
This blue milk at this cantina is plastic, but judging from the reviews of the blue milk in Galaxy’s Edge, the plastic might be preferable.
Speaking of Galaxy’s Edge, I checked out the construction progress from Toy Story Land. The East coast version of the land is expected to open on August 29th, and I literally cannot wait.
Stopping in to the ABC Commissary, today was the first day of the new fast-casual reservation system they’re doing in the afternoons and evenings, which also meant that the brand new beverage station opened up. I love the self serve beverage stations and am excited to see more of these popping up across property.
A new Forky-themed chocolate hazelnut eclair arrived at Backlot Express (and yes, I did walk it all the way over to Toy Story Land for a photo). Check out the full review to see if this treat was worth the effort!
That’s it for my park walk around Disney’s Hollywood Studios! Stay tuned to WDWNT for more updates!