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Minnie’s Seasonal Dine at Hollywood & Vine

If you are looking for a great way to meet characters at Hollywood Studios and also get a great meal, check out Minnie’s Seasonal Dine at Hollywood & Vine. Throughout the year, Hollywood & Vine has dinner buffets that feature Minnie, Mickey, Donald, Daisy, and Goofy.

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Minnie’s Seasonal Dine at Hollywood & Vine

Minnie’s Seasonal Dine at Hollywood & Vine is a full buffet dining experience with plenty of options for all types of eaters.

Because the buffet is seasonal, the menu options change depending on the time of year.

You can expect to find a salad bar, carving stations & fish selection along with various vegetable selections, and a full dessert buffet.

We have visited Minnie’s Silver Screen Dine and found such selections as bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin, salmon, honey-glazed carrots, sweet potato casserole, and roasted brussels sprouts.

Those traveling with picky eaters (aka kids) can feel good about bringing them to Minnie’s Seasonal Dine because there is a kid buffet as well.

There, kids will delight in finding child-friendly dishes like macaroni & cheese and chicken nuggets.

There are also healthy selections for kids, like roasted chicken, pasta and baby carrots.

Hollywood & Vine Desserts

The best part of dinner at Hollywood & Vine is the dessert buffet.

You will find a vast selection of sweet treats along with a self-serve chocolate fountain & various items to cover in chocolate!

Minnie Hollywood & Vine Character DiningWhat sets this buffet experience apart from many is the Minnie’s Seasonal Dine at Hollywood & Vine meet & greet experience.

Like other Disney character meals, the characters will come to you (with the exception of Mickey who you will take a picture with when you arrive).

At Hollywood & Vine for dinner, you will meet Minnie, Mickey, Donald, Daisy, and Goofy dressed in themed outfits. We were there for the Silver Screen Dine so they were in their Hollywood Outfits.

Silver Screen Dine with Mickey & Minnie Mouse

Minnie’s Seasonal Dining Events

Silver Screen Dine: January-– March

Join Minnie Mouse for a fabulous dinner party celebrating the glitz and glamour of Hollywood!

Springtime Dine: March – June

Shake off the chill of winter with a party to welcome the beautiful wonders of spring!

Summertime Dine: June– August

Head to Hollywood & Vine where Minnie Mouse and pals are hosting a beach-inspired party!

Halloween Dine: August – November

Visit Minnie’s favorite happy haunt for a spooktacular Halloween feast that’s frightfully delightful.

Minnie Holiday Dine

Holiday Dine: November- December

Deck the halls at a dazzling dinner party filled with holiday cheer and the joy of the season!

  • Minnie’s Seasonal Breakfast costs $47 per adult and $30 per child, plus tax and gratuity.
  • Lunch & Dinner costs $63 per adult and $40 per child, plus tax and gratuity.

Minnie’s Seasonal Dining Fantasmic! Dining Package

If you are interested in getting a VIP seat at Fantasmic!, Hollywood Studios offers and dining package that includes a meal at Hollywood & Vine along with VIP seating.

  • Minnie’s Seasonal Dining Fantasmic Breakfast Package is $59 per adult and $39 per child, plus tax and gratuity.
  • Lunch & Dinner Package costs $75 per adult and $49 per child, plus tax and gratuity.

Disney Junior Play & Dine

Those coming to the Hollywood & Vine Character breakfast & lunch will enjoy dining with Disney Junior favorites like Doc McStuffins, Sofia the First, and Vampirina.

The breakfast buffet features favorites such as Mickey waffles, frittatas, pastries, and fresh fruit, while the lunch menu includes entrees such as baked chicken, nuggets, pasta and fresh salads.

Have you tried the Hollywood & Vine Character Meal?

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Thursday 6th of February 2020

Is the breakfast always with Vampirina, Sofia the First, etc? Is the seasonal dining only for lunch and dinner?


Friday 8th of November 2019

I went on Nov 6, 2019 expecting a Christmas dining experience and it was still Halloween. I don’t understand what happened as I found these dates on multiple blogs, including yours, but we were disappointed for sure.


Friday 15th of November 2019

That is strange for sure. We were there on the 8th and it was Holiday themed.

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