50’s Prime Time Cafe Lunch

Beth and I headed toward Studio Drive for our lunch at…

 

Joining us here were Hunter and Paula…


Hunter, Paula (smile4stamps), and Beth (Couchy)

Also in attendance were Brenda and Marissa, another great DISer which I met for the first time here…


Brenda (emmysmommy) and Marissa (marDgreen88)

Our Cousin Cindy was also present, as well Brenda’s DH, Michael. I seem to have failed once again though to include him in the picture…well, unless you count his hands. ;)

 

So let’s begin with some menu photos, starting with what can be found in Dad’s liquor cabinet…

 

 

Or if you don’t feel like raiding Dad’s stash, here are some of their non-alcoholic options…

I usually always get a Vanilla Coke here, but for some reason I decided to just stick with water. I did not though skip my absolute favorite non-alcoholic beverage in all of Disney World…


Peanut Butter and Jelly Milk Shake

I first had the PB&J shake during my March 2013 trip and it was love at first taste. :love: So now I can’t imagine going to Prime Time without having one.

Oh, and FYI, you are also given the large cup that the shake was mixed in with the remainder of your milk shake, which is always a good size amount.

 

I offered my “Spare and Share” cup to my dining companions and I believe that it was Marissa who took me up on it. :thumbsup2

The chef then came to our table to talk to Hunter about his allergies.

And like Paula & Hunter’s friend from California Grill, this was also Chef Eddie from Chicago.

 

Twin Chef Eddies??? :upsidedow

Cousin Cindy decided to chillax for awhile at our table while Chef Eddie was there talking to Hunter… :laughing:

 

 

Moving on now to the food, the next thing I ordered was from the Appetizer section of the menu…

 

 

Fried Herb and Garlic Cheese served warm with Raspberry Sauce and Toasted French Bread

This was the first time that I had this and I thought it was quite tasty. A little too rich and filling to eat all by myself though so I was happy to have people to share this with.

Next up, the Entrees…

 

IMHO there are few who can make fried chicken better than Aunt Liz so of course I ordered…


Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken served with Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Chicken Gravy, and Collard Greens with Bacon

And another view…

I love the chicken, I like the Mashed Potatoes, and I can tolerate the Collard Greens because of the bacon. ;)

I was too full to order dessert, but I did take a photo of the menu…

 

Because it looked so yummy, I also snapped a photo of a dessert that I think was ordered by Paula…


50’s Boston Cream Parfait – Layers of Chocolate Fudge, Vanilla Cream, and Pound Cake topped with Whipped Cream

You’ll have to read Paula’s dining report to find out if this tasted as good as it looked though.

I think that Hunter was the only one still wearing his birthday button so he was the recipient of a special birthday treat.

 

Here is the birthday boy with his cupcake, complete with candle…

 

Then it was time to pay our five separate checks and we further tried the patience of our dear Cousin Cindy by presenting her with four Tables in Wonderland cards. :laughing:

 

Poor Cousin Cindy. You know what they say…she can choose her friends but unfortunately she can’t choose her relatives. ;)

And speaking of her relatives, here we all are…

 

…the whole motley crew, even Michael this time.

Just like our last visit to Prime Time Cafe in December with the same crew but minus Michael, Marissa, & Beth, and plus Rachel (rachel09985), Em (JustEmmy), and Vicki (GoofySon’sMom), this was again so much fun! The fact that the food is good too is of course an added bonus. As of now it seems that my next visit to Prime Time will be a solo lunch, which I’m a little bummed about. So anyone going there between Oct. 21 – Nov. 4 and have room for another family member? I promise I will share my milk shake. :lmao:

 

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