5 Things You Will Love About Tony’s Town Square

Walt Disney World has so many wonderful restaurants for guests to choose from. That prospect can quickly get overwhelming! What I love to do is try a new restaurant on every trip to Walt Disney World. That way, I can experience more and more magic.

If you have never tried Tony’s Town Square restaurant in Magic Kingdom, I’m here to give you four reasons you should make a reservation for your next vacation!

4. Location: I think there’s something inherently extra special about the restaurants in the theme parks. Somehow, they are just more magical. Probably because you didn’t have to leave the fun for longer than your actual meal. When you don’t have to leave the park, you get to spend more time having fun, not waiting in line for bus, monorail, or boat. And don’t get me wrong, I love some of the resort restaurants, but I’m always itching to get back to the parks afterward! I especially love Tony’s Town Square’s location just inside the Magic Kingdom entrance. The town square always hold extra excitement, because your time at Magic Kingdom is just beginning! Tony’s Town Square sits in the heart of that excitement!

3. Theming: Lady and the Tramp is a movie that I wasn’t crazy about as a child, but I fell in love with as a young adult. In fact, I’m starting to appreciate all the animal Disney films more now than I did as a kid. Tony’s Town Square seems made for me. It has Lady and the Tramp touches all around but with an overall sophisticated feel, in line with the rest of Main Street. I bet you didn’t think character theming could be grown up, but it is. Of course, the theme is certainly not underwhelming. Lady and the Tramp plays in the lobby, Lady and Tramp feature prominently in a fountain, and drawings of the film’s characters grace the walls. Young kids might not appreciate the decor as much as say, Crystal Palace, since Lady and Tramp don’t come to the table. But the mature character theming is a cool option if you have pre-teen or teenage kids, or a child who is afraid of meeting characters.

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2. Menu: I love Italian food, and if you do too, try Tony’s Town Square. Yes, there is more on the menu than just long spaghetti and meatballs. The biggest plus to the menu is its variety. Live out your Lady and Tramp fantasy with a loved-one. Or, go for a lighter option that won’t weigh you down as you continue to tour Magic Kingdom. Either way, I’m already drooling over the tiramisu!

1. Value: Tony’s Town Square is reasonably priced, making it a great choice for guests paying out of pocket, but not so good for guests looking to get the most out of the Disney Dining Plan. Unless most of your family wants to eat the steak and tiramisu, Tony’s Town Square may not be the best choice for Dining Plan Value. However, that means that guests not on the Dining Plan get enjoy a delicious meal without breaking the bank. The price point is similar to your hometown Olive Garden, but of course Olive Garden lacks all the Walt Disney World charm! Plus, Tony’s Town Square participates in Tables of Wonderland discounts.

There you have it! Four reasons to love Tony’s Town Square in Magic Kingdom. I don’t know about you, but I have a sudden urge to eat some spaghetti and watch Lady in the Tramp! While I boil some water, how about you tell me if I missed anything that you love about Tony’s!

About Robin Swanson

Robin’s Disney journey began with Beauty and the Beast bedsheets, a Jasmine dress up set, and a purring Nala plush. As a child in the 1990s, the renaissance and classic animations alike captivated her imagination. In 2008, Robin visited Walt Disney World for the first time, and the obsession really took hold. Since then, Robin has enjoyed visiting the Happiest Place on Earth many more times. She lives in the Chicago suburbs where she is wrapping up a Masters in writing. When not at Disney World, Robin enjoys researching fairytales, eating ice cream, Netflix binging, reading and, of course, planning the next Walt Disney World vacation!