Magic Kingdom Restaurants

People can eat themselves out of house and home, eat until they can’t take another bite, or eat to their heart’s content. But eating around the world? It’s a thought that might make even the greatest gourmand wince.

Eating around the world is a much easier task if “the world” is Walt Disney World Resort.  There are over 100 restaurants in Disney World. Guests can find a wide range of fare and flair, from sushi at Tokyo Dining at Epcot to meatloaf at the 50’s Prime Time Cafe at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  This week we highlight the best at Magic Kingdom Park.

Restaurants in Disney World

Magic Kingdom

  • Meeting Cinderella in her royal castle is a dream come true at Cinderella’s Royal Table, which specializes in prime rib and other feasts fit for royalty.
  • Lady and the Tramp fall in love over a bowl of spaghetti and meatballs from Tony’s restaurant in the animated classic, “Lady and the Tramp.” Magic Kingdom guests will fall in love with the innovative pasta and seafood specialties at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, themed after the movie restaurant.
  • Liberty Tree Tavern is an authentic re-creation of a colonial inn. A family-style dinner menu delivers roast turkey, pork, beef and side dishes to the table.
  • Gigantic ice cream sundaes and all-American foods such as deli-style sandwiches and burgers make up the menu of The Plaza Restaurant on Main Street.
  • At The Crystal Palace, guests can enjoy a buffet with hot and cold fare and a children’s buffet during all-day character dining with Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and friends. And Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe in Tomorrowland serves up an array of fresh tossed salads, soups, burgers and rotisserie chicken with trimmings.
  • Pecos Bill Cafe in Frontierland offers burgers, taco salad and wrap sandwiches.  A generous fixin’s bar is a guest favorite.

For more information on restaurants in Disney World, call 877-918-8941 or visit Destinations in Florida Travel.

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