Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs (Orlando, Florida)

Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs is one of the classics having been open since the days of Downtown Disney and Disney’s Pleasure Island, as part of an expansion of Downtown Disney West Side. The restaurant is designed after an observatory / planetarium and just can’t be missed to visitors within the Town Center section of Disney Springs. 

Guests will get the full celebrity VIP treatment as they dine among three levels of seating facing an enormous 4,500 square foot video wall as well as a live DJ spinning various types of music.  In addition to the indoor dining & entertainment, Planet Hollywood has a large outdoor area called “Stargazers Bar” which features live entertainment on select nights.

Open daily for lunch and dinner service, Planet Hollywood offers diners a high energy vibe while enjoying classic American fare like burgers, sandwiches and salads.

Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs – Frequently Asked Questions

What are the hours of Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs?

Planet Hollywood is open for lunch and dinner.  Lunch service begins at 11:30 AM and runs to 3:55 PM while dinner service begins at 4:00 PM and extends to 11:00 PM.  Make sure you allow for at least an hour not only to enjoy the food, but get to see all the Hollywood memorabilia.

What kind of food is served at Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs?

The menu for Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs consists predominantly of American cuisine featuring specialty burgers and sandwiches designed by celebrity chef Guy Fieri as well as seafood, pastas, salads and appetizers including nachos grande and buffalo wings.

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Is Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs Expensive?

Prices for Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs range from around $15.00 to $35.99 per person.  The most expensive item on the dinner menu is the High Roller Sampler at $35.99 which includes Chicken Crunch, Texas Tostados, Buffalo Wings, Five Cheese Dip and Fried Jumbo Shrimp.

Following is a sample of the entrees with their associated cost:

  • The Plain Jane Cheeseburger – $17.99
  • Championship Pulled Pork Sandwich – $17.99
  • BBQ Ribs – $29.99
  • Sesame Ginger Salmon – $28.99
  • L.A. Lasagna – $21.99

Does Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs accept reservations?

Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs accepts reservations online up to 60 days in advance.  Click here to check availability and make a reservation or visit the MyDisneyExperience app.

Is Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs appropriate for kids?  

Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs is appropriate for kids and considered to be very family friendly (what did you expect since it’s on Disney property).  The music, videos and memorabilia should keep most, if not all, young children entertainment during your dining experience.

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Our Review of Planet Hollywood Disney Springs

During one of our recent visits to Disney Springs we did not make a reservation at Planet Hollywood but were able to walk in just before noon on a busy June weekend day.  

Our meal consisted of a bacon mac & cheese burger and the Championship Pulled Pork sandwich along with an iced tea and lemonade.  Both entrees were cooked to perfection and we enjoyed both the meal as well as the quality of our service.

  • Bacon Mac & Cheese Burger – $19.99
  • Championship Pulled Pork Sandwich – $17.99
  • Iced Tea – $4.49
  • Lemonade – $4.49

With our Disney annual passholder discount of $4.70, our total with tax was $45.01.

We should mention that our server was quite engaging and did an excellent job.  While we typically feel that casual dining theme park food service is normally average at best, our server for this experience was excellent.  He even got involved with a debate we were having about the better song between Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” or Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven”.    He was on the younger side of the age range so he choose “Don’t Stop Believin'”.

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If possible try to get one of the tables on the second floor closest to the video screens for the best view.  Our table was on the first floor almost directly under the screen so by the time our meal was over, our necks hurt from looking up most of the time.

The Best Places to Stay Near Disney Springs?

If you are planning on spending time at Disney Springs or generally the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks as a while, the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels are highly recommended.

These seven properties are located within walking distance to Disney Springs, therefore guests can avoid the parking garage traffic which is considerable at peak times.  These hotels are not owned by Disney but are “Official” Walt Disney World hotels, providing a number of benefits not offered for outside hotels.

Click here to learn see our Complete Guide to the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels

Jerry Joyce

Jerry Joyce has been a Florida resident since 1988 and has lived in a variety of places in the South Florida area. Jerry is an avid boater & water sports enthusiast, beach aficionado, a lover of great food, muscle car fan and a theme park annual passholder for many years. Some of his favorite places in Florida include the Florida Keys, Walt Disney World, Cedar Key, the Loxahatchee River, St. Augustine and Ten Thousand islands.

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