6 Restaurants We Love At Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

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Magic Kingdom has some of the most beloved restaurants in Disney World, both table service restaurants and quick service restaurants. Here is our list of 6 restaurants we love at Disney’s Magic Kingdom:

6. Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest restaurant in Fantasyland is one of the more recent editions to the dining options at Magic Kingdom and although it’s only been open a few years, it continues to be extremely popular as reservations can be difficult to get at times. Once you enter the Beast’s castle it becomes clear why this restaurant is a Disney fan-favorite. The Imagineers have re-created the castle from Beauty and the Beast in Fantasyland, and it’s amazing that guests get to experience feeling fully immersed in the film when dining here. The ceiling in the Grand Ballroom is breathtaking, the snow gently falling outside the window is a beautiful detail, and the West Wing is both exciting and yet a tad spooky! You can even see the enchanted rose. Cast members encourage guests to look around the three dining areas and entrance way. There is so much to see, you could easily forget you’re there to eat!

5. Crystal Palace

The Crystal Palace is located in the Main Street USA area of Magic Kingdom. It is a buffet that allows guests to mingle and meet with Winnie the Pooh and his friends. The atmosphere and theming is simply lovely and whimsical here. The theming and décor of the Crystal Palace was inspired by the Victorian Greenhouses of the late 1800s. It’s the perfect place to pose for photos with Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and Piglet. The restaurant is open for breakfast, and what better to start your day off at Magic Kingdom, than feasting on breakfast pastries with all that Florida sun streaming in through the windows at this glass restaurant.

4. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café is located in Frontierland and is a quick service restaurant. Pecos Bill is themed as a Western saloon and features Tex-Mex cuisine. They have fajitas, burritos, a Southwest salad, burgers, chili and churros for dessert. This location offers a lot of seating and a nice little patio. What’s great about this restaurant is that it is an ode to one of Disney’s characters and shorts from the classic Melody Time. If you love the theming of Frontierland, and attractions like Big Thunder Mountain and Splash Mountain, this is the ideal place for you to dine, as it embodies the fun theming of the land. And if you’re a fan of the Country Bear Jamboree, there is a souvenir jug that you can purchase and get filled with a fountain beverage or lemonade slush.

3. Liberty Tree Tavern

Liberty Tree Tavern in Liberty Square is a colonial style table service restaurant that is the perfect place for families to dine. Guests feel as if they have stepped back in time to the days of America’s founding fathers as they dine over American favorites from Thanksgiving dinner such as turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and pot roast. Lunch features a different menu, equally as delicious. You’ll find corn fritters, crab and lobster dip for appetizers, and as for entrees, they offer a BLT, pasta with shrimp, pot roast and fish and chips among other items. The Liberty Tree Tavern is a cozy and friendly restaurant, thought it’s usually bustling with families enjoying a good hearty meal, and reservations are recommended. If you love comfort food, this is the place for you!

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2. Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café

Over in Tomorrowland there is a wonderfully intergalactic themed quick service restaurant, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight CafĂ©. The real attraction here (other than the BBQ pork sandwich) is Sonny Eclipse and his Astro Organ. Sonny Eclipse, an Audio-animatronic, is out of this world, literally. He is an alien lounge singer who entertains guests as they relax and refuel for the rest of the day at Magic Kingdom. The menu has something for everyone – Hot dogs, Angus bacon cheeseburgers, veggie burgers, Greek salad, chicken and ribs and French fries. Next time you’re in Tomorrowland, even if you’re not hungry, pop into Cosmic Ray’s to catch some of Sonny Eclipse’s act.

1. Cinderella’s Royal Table

What could be more magical than dining inside Cinderella’s Castle at the most magical place on earth with princesses? Everything at this restaurant says royalty, from the stained glass windows, the high vaulted ceilings, the elegant décor and rich colors, the food and of course the princesses. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served here and they also offer special celebration packages to help make any occasion extra special. It can be difficult to secure a reservation for Cinderella’s Royal Table, so plan ahead if you’d like to dine here. Wonderful and magical memories are made at Cinderella’s Royal Table, it truly is a place where dreams come true.

Honorable mention goes to The Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen. We love that Disney continues to change and add new exciting dining options to Magic Kingdom. The Jungle Cruise is a classic Disney attraction and we love that it inspired a new restaurant for guests to enjoy in Adventureland.

About Lauren Repei

Lauren lives in Hamilton Ontario, but dreams of one day moving to Orlando to be closer to the Magic Kingdom. She loves the atmosphere, the history, the magic of the parks and Dole Whips, so she’s always in the midst of planning her next vacation. In the meantime, she spends her days working for the family business as a baker, and as a travel agent specializing in Disney with ClicktheMouse. Lauren’s most memorable Disney moment by far, is when she became engaged in front of Cinderella Castle making it her best Disney vacation to date.