The Brown Derby at MGM studios continues the traditions and styles of the Hollywood days. I have only been for lunch-and I always get the same thing. The Cobb Salad was invented at the Original Brown Derby when owner Robert Cobb raided the refrigerator seeking a midnight snack for theater magnate Sid Grauman. It is delicious.
It has salad greens topped with turkey, egg, bacon, tomato, bleu cheese, avocado and a special dressing. It is arranged beautifully, and is almost too pretty to eat. The menu is extensive with a variety of interesting offerings. Prices range from around $7 for soup, to $18 for the most expensive lunch entrée. Dinner prices are higher of course. This is on the upscale end of Disney dining.