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    There's a themed restaurant at the mgm studios park next to hollywood and vine, I cant remember its name but wondered if it was any good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goofygal, post: 245838
    There's a themed restaurant at the mgm studios park next to hollywood and vine, I cant remember its name but wondered if it was any good?
    You must be thinking of the 50's Prime Time.

    And yes, it's very good! Say "hi" to mom and be sure to eat all your vegetables!

    Be sure to save room for desert. The desert menu itself is enough to make your eyes bug out! Just go, and you'll see what I mean.

    Tom (... a Peanut Butter and Jelly milkshake fan!)

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    Love 50's Prime Time! Have eaten there every trip and never had a bad meal! :)






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    At least once every trip.





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    Love it!

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    I am one that enjoys the deserts and the atmosphere at 50's primetime but I find the food ok at best. The kids love the place and especially when a waitress starts to give me a hard time.
    There is a bar in the waiting area and I have been known to stop in there for a quick beverage or two while the kids do the Rock and Roller coaster.


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    Just ran across this today. Since I mentioned the PB&J milk shake at the 50's Prime Time, just found this recipe today on the Disney Parks Blog!

    For your summertime (or anytime) enjoyment!

    • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
    • 2 tablespoons grape jelly
    • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
    • ¼ cup milk
    • Blend ingredients until smooth and thick
    • Add additional peanut butter or jelly to taste
    • Make one “PB&J milk shake-lover” very happy!

    Tom (... ummm ummm good!)

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    I'll settle for the Coffee Milk Shake at Beaches and Cream.





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    Our waitress this past Jan said they can sub the jelly for chocolate in the shake. Think of it as a Reeses peanut butter cup shake.

    I've only had the fried chicken and pot roast there and both have been very good












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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie, post: 246375
    Think of it as a Reeses peanut butter cup shake.


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