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Disney's Hollywood Studios will once again have a Rope Drop opening procedure on all regular non-Extra Magic Hour mornings at the park.
Guests without breakfast reservations will be allowed through the touch points at 8:30 am and onto Hollywood Blvd. Guests will be able to go as far at the 50's Prime Time Cafe, Min and Bill's Dockside, and to the Trolley Car Cafe, with ropes at each of those locations.

Oscars, Crossroads of the World, Mickey's of Hollywood and the Starbucks Trolley Car Cafe on Hollywood Blvd will all be open for the early arrivals.

The rope drop will then take place at each of those three locations at 8:45 AM, including welcome announcement, with cast on-hand to lead guests to the attractions.

Guests with early dining reservations will be able to enter the park at 7:45 AM.

Breakfast is coming to the Sci-Fi Dine In Theater at Disney's Hollywood Studios this fall. This will NOT be a Star Wars themed breakfast like what was done what was done during Star Wars Weekends.

Beginning November 1 2015 through to January 23 2016, breakfast will be offered alongside lunch and dinner at the popular Studios restaurant.

The all-inclusive breakfast will include pastries and choice of appetizer, entrée, and non-alcoholic beverage. 
Menu items will include:

Puff Pastry filled with Scrambled Eggs, Crab, Asparagus and Gruyère Cheese with Roasted Tomatoes
Grilled Beef Tenderloin on Baby Spinach, with Bacon and Cheddar Custard on a Roasted Tomato and Cheesy Horseradish potatoes





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Scrambled Eggs, Crispy Bacon, Sausage Links and Breakfast Potatoes
Macadamia Crusted Brioche French Toast with Mascarpone and Fresh Berries
Price for adults is $23.00, and ages 3-9 $12.99.

"Minnie Mouse's Costume Chaos" will be the 'Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom' card to be exclusively distributed at this year's Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party.

The card artwork features Minnie, Clarabelle Cow and Daisy Duck, dressed as witches. 

This event-exclusive card will be distributed in addition to the regular card packs. You will need to show a Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party ticket and event wristband to get your card.


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