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New Baseline Tap House Part of New Grand Avenue Area at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Baseline Tap House Disney Hollywood Studios

It looks like we will being something new at Disney’s Hollywood Studios this fall! I’ll admit I was bothered when I learned we were losing the Writer’s Stop at Hollywood Studios but this new spot sort of makes it all o.k.!

Debuting this fall, the new Grand Avenue area at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is being re-imagined by Walt Disney Imagineers to capture the spirit of present-day Downtown Los Angeles, showing vintage office buildings and warehouses representing the different vibrant districts and cultures of the city. One prominent hot spot to spring up is the Baseline Tap House, a cheerful corner pub specializing in beer and wines from California.

Photo Credit: Disney Parks Blog

In a quaint brick building, Baseline Tap House celebrates the revitalization of Downtown Los Angeles by paying homage to the building’s former life as the Figueroa Printing Company, a mom-and-pop print house that had ties to the Disney studios in nearby Burbank. The space retains many of its cool architectural and mechanical details with exposed walls and old printing equipment and artifacts, blending the past and present in an inviting space. Outside is a charming tree-shaded terrace, perfect for a relaxing break in the day.

California craft ales, lagers and cider are the stars of the drink menu. California wines on tap along with specialty cocktails are not to be missed either. A gourmet non-alcoholic lemonade and soda on tap round out the drink selection.

If you’re feeling peckish, try one of the small bites, including a Bavarian pretzel with mustard and beer-cheese fondue, spiced almonds or a charcuterie board featuring California cheeses.

Baseline Tap House will open daily at 11 a.m. and will be located in the space previously occupied by the Writer’s Stop next to Sci-Fi Dine In Theater. No actual opening date has been announced. The Grand Avenue area will be a newly renovated section of the nearby New York Street.

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