Stop by for Cocktails at Disney Hollywood Studios' Tune In Lounge
If you find yourself in Disney's Hollywood Studios and are looking for a fun place to sit down with a cocktail and some fantastic food, you should make your way to the Tune In Lounge. This quirky bar tucked between the Prime Time Cafe and Hollywood & Vine is the epitome of 1950's cocktail kitsch.
Sharing it's seating area with Dad's Living Room the bar tenders are friendly and move cheerfully through the1950's themed bric a brac with ease as they shake up creations from the Full Service Bar. The bar menu stats that they serve specialties from "Dad's Liquor Cabinet" with "Our Family's Glowing Drinks served with Dad's Experimental Electric Ice Cubes." Some of these fantastic cocktail creations are unique to the Tune In Lounge:
- Dad's Electric Lemonade ($10.50)Dad whips up an electrifying blue drink with Bacardi Rum, Skyy Vodka, blue curacao, sweet & sour and sprite.
- Mowie Wowie ($10.50) Dad brought this drink back from the Pacific " Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, melon liqueur, peach schnapps, orange juice and pineapple juice.
- Grandma's Picnic Punch ($10.50) Grandma concocted a wonderful drink for the family picnic " Skyy Vodka, peach schnapps, creme de cassis, light lemonade, and pineapple juice.
Aside from Cocktails Dad can get you a beer or chic glass of wine. Bottled Beers include: Budwiser, Bud Light, Bud Light Lime, Michelob Ultra, Coors, Coors Light, Miller Lite, Sam Adams, Heineken, Corona, Stella Artois, Dos Equis, Orange Blossom Pilsner, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Sierra Nevada Torpedo, Guinness, Redbridge. If you'd rather have what's on tap, your choices are Bud Light, Yuengling, Blue Moon, and Samuel Adams Seasonal. It's all good, just ask Dad, he's got you covered.
The Tune In Lounge Opens at 11 am and it's worth your while to get here early for this homey cocktail lounge gets crowded fast. Slide onto one of the twelve high backed padded bar stools and just relax for awhile because the Disney Food Blog calls this "one of the best (bars) in the Florida theme parks."
If you've got a hankerin' for something to eat, this is THE place to be, because from your bar-side perch you'll be able to order your meal right off of the Prime Time Cafe Menu. An ideal location for solo travelers to enjoy a meal, the Tune In Lounge has just about everything you could ask for in 1950's fun.
Thanks so much to our friends at the Disney Food Blog for exclusive use of their images. I know this is on my "must do" list, is it on yours? Have you enjoyed an afternoon at the Tune In Lounge? What's your favorite part of this blast from the past? Leave a comment and let me know!