Updated 11/20/18. Walt Disney World’s: Magic Kingdom opened in 1971 and is Walt Disney World’s flagship park. This nostalgic park has some great dining options! Here is the ultimate Magic Kingdom dining guide for Main Street, Adventureland, Liberty Square, Frontierland, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland.
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Guests have several dining options as they browse Main Street. Table service restaurant options include The Crystal Palace, The Plaza Restaurant, and Tony’s Town Square Restaurant.
Quick service stops include Casey’s Corner hosted by Coca-Cola®, Main Street Bakery, and Plaza Ice Cream Parlor hosted by Edy’s®.
The Crystal Palace is a buffet, family style option that serves American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This beautiful restaurant is inspired by Victorian greenhouses of the late 1800s and features colorful topiaries and tropical palms. Guests can meet with their favorite Winnie the Pooh characters from the Hundred-Acre Wood. Reservations are recommended, and prices range from $15 to $59.99 per adult.
The Plaza Restaurant offers casual dining in an elegant dining parlor atmosphere. This hidden gem offers lunch and dinner selections, such as sandwiches, burgers, and fresh salads. Guests should save room for desserts, which include shakes, ice cream floats, and banana splits. Reservations are recommended, and prices range from $15 to $34.99 per adult.
Guests can relive the romance Lady and the Tramp at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant. This turn-of-the-century trattoria is where the two beloved dogs from Disney’s 1955 animated classic, Lady and the Tramp, shared spaghetti and meatballs and their famous first kiss. Guests can enjoy jumbo shrimp, ravioli or a tantalizing Italian trio dish featuring 3 classic dishes: chicken parmigiana, fettuccine alfredo and spaghetti with pork and beef meatballs. The movie plays in the background and the restaurant features pictures from the movie. Reservations are recommended, and prices range from $15 to $34.99 per adult.
Casey’s Corner hosted by Coca-Cola® serves American baseball favorites, such as hot dogs, corn dog nuggets, French fries, and ice-cold lemonade slushies. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
The Main Street Bakery serves a selection of STARBUCKS® Coffee and specialty beverages, along with Disney baked goods and La Boulange™ pastry items.
The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor hosted by Edy’s® offers hand-scooped ice cream, as well as floats, fresh waffle-bowl hot fudge sundaes, and Mickey cones with chocolate ears! Prices for both of these tasty stops range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Adventureland is inspired by the remote jungles of Africa, Asia, the Middle East, South America, the South Pacific, and the Caribbean. Quick service dining options include the Tortuga Tavern, Aloha Aisle, and Sunshine Tree Terrace.
Ahoy Maty! Tortuga Tavern is a must-stop for pirates and princesses. This tavern offers hot dogs, turkey legs, and pretzels. Save room for dessert as the menu includes a warm fresh-based chocolate chunk cookie and rum cake!
Aloha Aisle offers tropical treats such as the DOLE WHIP®, a popular frozen treat blended in pineapple, vanilla or swirled flavors. Guests can also purchase floats and fresh pineapple spears.
Sunshine Tree Terrace offers Citrus Swirl, which is a blended frozen orange juice slushy and vanilla soft-serve ice cream, along with Dole® orange soft-serve swirled with vanilla and a raspberry lemonade slushy. Prices for both of these tasty stops range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Liberty Square resembles a colonial American town during in the American Revolution. Table service restaurants include The Diamond Horseshoe and the Liberty Tree Tavern.
Quick service options include Columbia Harbour House, Liberty Square Market, and Sleepy Hollow.
The Diamond Horseshoe feels like an Old West music hall and serves lunch and dinner. Cowpokes can dine on an all-you-care-to-enjoy feast that features BBQ pulled pork, sliced turkey, country smoked sausage, and carved beef brisket along with all the fixin’s. Save room for dessert! This Frontier stop serves buttermilk chocolate cake, peaches and cream cheesecake and a seasonal berry cobbler. Prices range from $35 to $59.99 per adult.
The Liberty Tree Tavern is a colonial-style inn that pays tribute to our founding fathers. The traditional New England-inspired menu is buffet style and features an Angus chuck cheeseburger, New England clam chowder, roasted turkey breast, pot roast and carved pork roast, along with traditional sides. Desserts include delicious Boston Cream Pie and the Ooey Gooey toffee cake with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream. Advance reservations are strongly recommended, and prices range from $35 to $59.99 per adult.
The Columbia Harbour House specializes in fried fish, shrimp or chicken baskets, lobster rolls, New England clam chowder, and salads. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Liberty Square Market is by the Hall of Presidents and features chips, hot dogs, pretzels, fruit, yogurt, and a variety of beverages.
Sleepy Hollow is a quaint brick cottage by Cinderella Castle. Guests can enjoy sweet waffle sandwiches or funnel cakes topped with strawberries and whipped cream. Prices for both of the quick service stops range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Guests can relive the American Old West in Frontierland while exploring the Rivers of America in this western land. Quick service options include the Golden Oak Outpost, Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café, and Westward Ho.
The Golden Oak Outpost is an Old West-style eatery that serves chicken breast nuggets, waffle fries, cookies, and ice-cold soft drinks. Be sure to try the Rocky Road milkshake! Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Guests will feel like they are in an Old West saloon when they meander into Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café. Their lunch and dinner menus offer chicken fajitas, taco trios and the Southwest Burger. For dessert guests can rustle up a Churro with chocolate dipping sauce.
Westward Ho offers cold refreshments such as frozen lemonade and cold brew coffee. Want something warm? Guests can also purchase hot coffee, hot tea, chips or a delicious corn dog. Prices for both of these stops range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Fantasyland is inspired by a medieval-faire and is a carnival-style land. Restaurants include the Be Our Guest Restaurant and Cinderella’s Royal Table.
Quick service options include the Cheshire Café hosted by Minute Maid®, The Friar’s Nook, Gaston’s Tavern, Pinocchio Village Haus, Prince Eric’s Village Market, and Storybook Treats.
Guests can enter Beast’s enchanted castle and feast on French-inspired fare at the Be Our Guest Restaurant. This elegant 550-seat restaurant is located at the foot of Beast’s Castle has three beautiful dining areas. Guests can choose from a quick service breakfast or lunch, or table-service dinner. Breakfast and lunch options include vegetable quiche and croque sandwiches. Dinner is a prix fixe, 3-course menu featuring French-inspired dishes, such as filet mignon, smoked black-eye pea tortellini, and seafood bouillabaisse. Reservations are strongly recommended for all meals, especially dinner. Prices range from $15 to $59.99 per adult.
Cinderella’s Royal Table allows guests to dine with Disney Princesses inside Cinderella Castle. This one-of-a-kind Fairytale Dining experience features stone archways, medieval flags and beautiful stained-glass windows. Breakfast options include stuffed French toast, steak and eggs, baked quiche and pastries. Lunch and dinner fare includes raised pork shank, vegetable couscous, beef & shrimp, and the Chefs’ Fish of the day. Royal guests should save room for the signature The Clock Strikes Twelve dessert, which is dark chocolate mousse with a dark chocolate ganache served with a raspberry coulis. Advance reservations are highly recommended, and prices range from $15 to $59.99 per adult.
Cheshire Café hosted by Minute Maid® is a fairytale cottage-inspired kiosk that serves a ham and cheese pretzel and the Cheshire Cat Tail treat. Beverages include iced or hot coffee, tea, lemonade slushes, raspberry-lemonade slushes, and Minute Maid® juice drinks. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
The Friar’s Nook serves American food that includes loaded buffalo chicken tots, hot dogs and fried Twinkies. Beverages include a lemonade slushy and mocha iced coffee. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Gaston’s Tavern offers manly snacks such as sandwiches, mixed vegetables cups, hummus with chips, fruit cups and delicious cinnamon rolls. Be sure to try out LeFou’s Brew, which is the restaurant’s signature non-alcoholic drink. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Pinocchio Village Haus is a quaint cottage that serves Italian favorites, such as chicken parmesan sandwiches, flatbread pizzas, pasta dishes, and salads. Real boys and girls and enjoy Italian Cream Cake for dessert.
Prince Eric’s Village Market offers a healthy selection of snacks that include fresh fruit, veggies, hummus and all-natural lemonade.
Storybook Treats offers sweet selections such as hot fudge sundaes, soft-serve ice cream, and floats, as well as hot and cold beverages. Price for both of these stops range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Guests can visit an intergalactic city with rockets, UFOs and robots in this futuristic land.
Quick service restaurants include Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, Cool Ship hosted by Coca-Cola®, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café hosted by Coca-Cola®, The Lunching Pad, and the Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant.
Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies offers guests with a sweet tooth soft-serve cones, sundaes, floats, smoothies, and fountain soft drinks. Guests can also purchase S’mores!
Cool Ship hosted by Coca-Cola® sells hot dogs and delicious Churros with chocolate sauce, along with bottled water or a fountain drink in a BB-8 souvenir cup! Prices for both of these stops range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café hosted by Coca-Cola® has some out-of-this-world options that include a BBQ platter, chicken breast nuggets, bacon cheeseburgers, and hot dogs. Be sure to try the Galaxy Loaded Fries, which are topped with bacon, Pico relish, garlic ranch sauce, cheese sauce and hot cheese dust! Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
The Lunching Pad has a galactic menu that offers a BBQ pork sandwich, all-beef hot dogs, specialty pretzels, chips and frozen carbonated beverages. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
The Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant serves Angus bacon cheeseburger, pizza, salads, and sandwiches along with some kid-friendly meal selections and delicious desserts. Be sure to try the Purple Wall Slushy made with Taro tea and Tapioca Boba balls. Prices range from $14.99 and under per adult.
Guests can make reservations online or by calling (407) 939-3378. Many of the quick service options also offer mobile ordering.
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