Dine on savory Mediterranean delights like chicken, beef, vegetable or tofu skewers served with rice pilaf, cucumber salad or grilled pita bread at this Paradise Pier eatery.
Hop aboard the Red Car Trolley for a scenic ride down Buena Vista Street and through Hollywood Land. With 4 convenient stops, you can use these vintage trolleys for either transportation or leisurely sightseeing.
Delicious Café Fare for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner
Sit at a charming sidewalk table or find a seat indoors at the Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café—where you'll discover a scrumptious selection of dining options and a bounty of bakery items along with a dazzling array of desserts.
For lunch and dinner as well as a midday stop, pick up a grab-and-go sandwich—including roasted turkey and roast beef—each one accompanied by a refreshing serving of fresh fruit. You can also indulge in your choice of an apple and cheddar salad, with or without roasted turkey. And, of course, linger in front of our bakery case as you drool over delectable items like cinnamon rolls, seasonal cupcakes and much more!
Start off the day with delight at the Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café! Treat yourself to delicious breakfast offerings, including Starbucks beverages, pastry and breakfast sandwiches.
All menu items are subject to change without notice.
Who Are the Silver Lake Sisters?
Fiddler, Fifer and Practical are the stars of the 1933 animated short "The Three Little Pigs," Fiddler and Fifer being the work-shirking music lovers and Practical being the forethinking builder of a sturdy brick house. As the story goes, Walt was inspired to create these 3 iconic characters by Dottie, Dolly and Ethel, a 1920s performing trio collectively known as The Silver Lake Sisters. In addition to singing, the sisters each played an instrument, just like their Little Pig counterparts. But unlike The Three Little Pigs, Dottie, Dolly and Ethel loved coffee and thus decided to open a coffee shop. All over the café's walls, you'll see memorabilia from The Silver Lake Sisters' heyday, from black-and-white publicity photos to posters of venues they've played, including the Hollywood Tower Hotel ballroom. You'll also notice a music theme throughout, including booths inlaid with stained glass featuring instrument motifs. Outside, find open-air seating looking out on bustling Buena Vista Street and the beautiful Art Deco-style Carthay Circle fountain. It's the perfect place to relax, recharge and gather inspiration for your next adventure.
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