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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Favorite places to eat at Magic Kingdom

Here is a list of the best places to eat at Magic Kingdom sorted by the different types of service. There is quick service, table service, character dining and the best places to get snacks.

First up is quick service. Here are some of the favorite/best places at Magic Kingdom to get quick service meals. These are like fast food restaurants where you go in get your food and take it out.

1. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe- This Mexican restaurant is located in Frontierland. It is in the style of an old west saloon. They serve fajitas, burritos, burgers and more. You can use the My Disney Experience App to order and pay ahead of time to avoid the lines. Kids meals are available. Enjoy the toppings bar.

2. Columbia Harbour House- this is one of my favorites to eat at. This is a seafood type restaurant located in Liberty Square. Try some fish, chicken, New England Clam Chowder and more. Kids meals available. We ate here our last visit and my girls were celebrating their birthday and got cake here for dessert. You can also order ahead here. The food is amazing.

3. Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe- Enjoy a Galaxy of different foods at this restaurant located in Tomorrowland. Hot dogs, BBQ sandwich, chicken nuggets and more. Kids love this restaurant. Enjoy the topping bar and entertainment from Sonny Eclipse. Order ahead to avoid lines that can get quite long. 

Next is table service. As the name implies this is the type of dining where you sit and food is delivered to you. 

1. Be Our Guest- This is one of the newest and most popular restaurants at Magic Kingdom. This restaurant is actually quick service for breakfast and lunch and table service for dinner. It is located in Fantasyland and serves American and French cuisine. Reservations needed for dinner usually. There are 3 dining areas: The Grand Ballroom, The West Wing, and the Castle Gallery. All 3 have the same menu just different views/themes. For breakfast enjoy coffee, juice, pastries, quiche, and breakfast sandwiches. Lunch brings sandwiches, salads, pork, turkey, and more. Then comes the amazing dinner. Start with an amazing appetizer such as a cheese plate. Then try chicken, shrimp, scallops and more for dinner. Don't forget to try the Grey Stuff for dessert. 

2. Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen- Try tropical cuisine in this restaurant located in Adventureland. Enjoy the flavors of Asia, Africa, and South America. Enjoy dining in 1 of 3 rooms: the crew’s colonial-era Mess Hall, the Jungle Room, and the S.E.A. room. Enjoy chicken, shrimp, and more. Enjoy a dessert call "Quick Sand." Open for lunch and dinner. 

3. Liberty Tree Tavern- This is a buffet/family style restaurant located in Liberty Square. Reservations are strongly recommended. This is a colonial-style inn serving traditional New England-inspired delicious food. Eat in 1 of 6 themed rooms: Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, John Paul Jones, Paul Revere, Betsy Ross, or George Washington. For lunch or dinner enjoy the Patriots Platter which is all you can enjoy includes Roasted Turkey Breast, Pot Roast, and Carved Pork Roast with Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Herb Stuffing, and House-made Macaroni and Cheese. You can also order À la Carte at lunch only. 

Now on to some of the best dining, Character Dining. Who doesn't like eating and meeting some of their favorite characters?

1. Crystal palace- This is a buffet style character dining located on Main Street USA. Here you get to dine with Winnie the Pooh and other Hundred Acre Woods favorites. Reservations are highly recommended. The restaurant is inspired by Victorian greenhouses. For breakfast enjoy omlets, fruit, pastries and more. At dinner you can choose from carved meats, pastas, shrimp, and more. Lots of desserts to choose from as well. 

2. Cinderella's Royal Table- This is a one-of-a-kind dining experience located in Fantasyland. Meet Cinderella in the Grand Hall before going up the spiral staircase to the dining room.( an elevator is available for those who need it). Dine in a storybook setting and enjoy the Disney Princesses. Young guests are encouraged to dress up (gowns and tiaras are great). Reservations are suggested. For breakfast enjoy favorites such as french toast, steak and eggs, and more. Dinner and lunch start with cured meats and cheeses. Then move on to the main course with items such as pork tenderloin or steak and shrimp for adults and chicken nuggets or pot pies for kids. Last enjoy delicious desserts such as Clock Strikes Twelve. 

Sometimes in our busy day we just want to grab a snack. Here are some of the favorite places to grab a quick snack. 

1. Aloha Isle- This is one of the top favorites as this is where you can find the infamous Dole Whip. Frosty Floats and Pineapple spears are also available here. This snack area is located in Adventureland. Mobile orders are accepted here. 

2. Gaston's Tavern- Grab some cool snacks located in Fantasyland. Choose from vegetable and fruit cups, hummus, and warm cinnamon rolls. Don't forget to grab a drink, such as LeFou's Brew—the restaurant's signature non-alcoholic drink. 

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