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Baseline Tap House at Disney's Hollywood Studios


The Baseline Tap House at Disney's Hollywood Studios is a great spot to stop for a beverage and a snack.  With many beers and even wine and cocktails on tap, it's easy to grab your favorite beverage.  Once you've got the goods, find a seat and enjoy your surroundings for a bit.  The atmosphere is reminiscent of downtown Los Angeles while the offerings specialize in California brews and wines. 

Most of the indoor seating areas are closed for social distancing at this time, but the tables outside are the perfect spot for people watching. 

I'm personally a big fan of cider on tap, so I tend to always go for that, but craft beer fans are sure to find something to suit their tastes!

If you can't decide what to drink, you can also create your own flight of four different 5oz pours. 

Additionally, you can get a big soft pretzel or a cheese board here to enjoy with your beverage.  They also serve beef puffs or spiced almonds if you are more or less hungry. I love the pretzel they serve with beer cheese fondue and it's definitely big enough to share!

Outdoor Patio with tables closed for distancing
The Bar
Bavarian Pretzel 

While this "tap house" might seem to be more on the adult side, we definitely always see families here enjoying a break together.  They serve specialty non-alcoholic soda and lemonade for kids or non-drinkers to still have a special beverage. 

Would you stop by Baseline for a drink and a bite?  Let us know in the comments! 

*Some images are prior to social distancing and enhanced cleaning measures. 


Maci Schau
Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks.  You can email Maci at maci@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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