Menu
Credit: Disney

Chocolate Lover’s Guide To The Magic Kingdom

One of the best parts of vacation is indulging in food that one might not normally enjoy at home, especially at the Walt Disney World Resort. With so many dining options to choose from, Guests could literally not stop eating their entire vacation if they wanted to. A favorite food for many to indulge in is chocolate, and chocolate lovers will be thrilled to know that there are plenty of delicious and unique options to try in every corner of the Walt Disney World Resort in addition to the beloved Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar. Let’s check out the chocolate options available for Guests to enjoy in the Magic Kingdom broken down by location.

RELATED: Top Chocolate Treats At Walt Disney World

Credit: Disney

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

Main Street in the Magic Kingdom is home to Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, which is themed after the iconic location from Lady and the Tramp and serves up authentic Italian classics. Chocolate lovers have several dessert options to choose from at Tony’s after lunch and dinner including the Chocolate-Hazelnut Budino which is a chocolate-hazelnut custard in a chocolate torta topped with caramel, toasted meringue, and pralines. The Tiramisu also will please chocolate lovers as the espresso-soaked sponge sheet features layers of sweet mascarpone cream and chocolate sauce. Finally, chocolate lovers dining at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant can indulge in rich and creamy chocolate gelato.

RELATED: 8 Things You Will Love About Tony’s Town Square Restaurant At Walt Disney World

Credit: Disney

The Plaza Restaurant

At the very end of Main Street facing Cinderella Castle is The Plaza Restaurant which is open for lunch and dinner and serves up American classics in a charming turn-of-the-century dining room. After enjoying their meal, a chocolate lover can choose from several delicious options including the Signature Chocolate Cake which features four layers filled with dark chocolate ganache and the option to also add ice cream to make it a la mode. Guests can also order a Chocolate Milk Shake which is hand-dipped and topped with whipped cream and a cherry to sip on throughout their meal. The Dark Chocolate-Banana Bread Pudding with Soy Milk Frozen Dessert is plant-based and topped with a chocolate sauce and the Brownie Sundae features a warm fudge brownie topped with vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce, and chocolate shavings. Chocolate lovers could also opt for The Plaza Restaurant Sundae with chocolate ice cream as well as a plethora of toppings or the Original Banana Split which includes one scoop of chocolate ice cream and hot fudge among other flavors and toppings.

RELATED: The Plaza Restaurant Review

Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

Found next door to The Plaza Restaurant is the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor which is also themed with turn-of-the-century charm and supplies all of the ice cream-based desserts to the full service restaurant. The quick service location also features The Plaza Ice Cream Sundae and Brownie Sundae on its menu as well as some other chocolate-based options. A chocolate lover can opt for that flavor in the Mickey Ears Bowl Sundae which features two scoops of ice cream and an array of toppings including hot fudge and the Double-scooped Ice Cream Cone is the perfect amount of chocolate goodness for a grab-and-go treat!

RELATED: Top 6 Ice Cream Treats At Walt Disney World

Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies

Chocolate lovers exploring Tomorrowland in the Magic Kingdom definitely need to stop in at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, a quick service location across from the Astro Orbiter and next door to Merchant of Venus. Guests can enjoy a classic Chocolate Milkshake or Chocolate Soft-serve Cup with the option of having a Vanilla and Chocolate Swirl Cup. Those who are looking for something more indulgent can have the Brownie Sundae which tops a warm brownie with vanilla soft-serve ice cream and hot fudge topping.

RELATED: Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café

Also found in Tomorrowland is Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, an out of this world quick service location that serves up traditional American foods like burgers and fries with a quirky atmosphere and performances by Sonny Eclipse. Chocolate lovers can order up the Chocolate Bundt Cake which is a rich and moist option topped with galactic purple icing.

RELATED: Things You’ll Love About Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe At Walt Disney World

Big Top Treats

Nestled in the center of Storybook Circus is an amazing location for chocolate lovers that often goes unnoticed. Big Top Treats is a grab-and-go counter of delicious circus snacks located in the center of the large tent that houses Big Top Souvenirs. The offerings at Big Top Treats vary depending on the day and season, however there are always plenty of chocolate options including Chocolate Dipped Strawberries, Chocolate Dipped Banana, Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Wand, Mickey Chocolate Dipped Cake Pop, Mickey Ear Hat Mint Brownie, Mikey Chocolate Chip Cookie, Chocolate Dipped Apple, and Chocolate Fudge.

RELATED: Disney Dining: A Peek Into Big Top Treats

Storybook Treats

Another counter service location in Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom offers up a variety of ice cream and cold treats at a convenient ordering counter. Storybook Treats is located next to Friar’s Nook and across from the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train entrance and is open throughout each day in the Disney Park. Chocolate lovers will love indulging in a classic Soft-serve Cup, Chocolate Float with a choice of fountain beverage or Peter Pan Float which features Dole Whip Lime Soft-serve combined with Sprite and a delicious chocolate feather. The best option at Storybook Treats for chocolate lovers is the Hot Fudge Sundae which smothers vanilla soft-serve in warm and decadent chocolate hot fudge.

RELATED: Storybook Treats Magic Kingdom Menu

Be Our Guest Restaurant

One of the most popular dining locations in all of the Magic Kingdom is Be Our Guest Restaurant in Fantasyland. The full service restaurant is currently open for lunch and dinner with prix fixe menus and brings Guests inside of the Beast’s Castle for the chance to dine on classic French cuisine in beautiful settings from Beauty and the Beast. Dessert at Be Our Guest Restaurant features two chocolate options- the Dark Chocolate Truffle which is filled with Dark Chocolate Grand Marnier Ganache and the White Chocolate “Chip” Cup featuring the delicious Grey Stuff and Crisp Pearls. The Grey Stuff is definitely a must enjoy snack for a chocolate lover as it features Oreo favors combined with chocolate pudding for a rich and creamy texture.

RELATED: 7 Reasons You’ll Love Be Our Guest Restaurant

Gaston’s Tavern

The famous Grey Stuff can also be found nearby in Fantasyland at Gaston’s Tavern. The quick service location is open throughout each day in the Magic Kingdom and welcomes Guests into the favorite spot of Gaston and proves that he really does use antlers in all of his decorating. The Grey Stuff Cupcake features a chocolate cake topped with the delicious Grey Stuff, candy pearls, and a chocolate square.

RELATED: 8 Things You’ll Love About Gaston’s Tavern At Walt Disney World

Pinocchio’s Village Haus

A final quick service location in Fantasyland for Guests to satisfy a chocolate craving is Pinocchio’s Village Haus located across from Prince Charming Carousel and around the corner from It’s A Small World. The quick service location serves up Italian favorites for lunch and dinner and Guests will love indulging in the Tiramisu which dusts layers of tiramisu mousse and vanilla biscuit sheet cake with rich cocoa powder. Guests should also opt to enjoy this chocolate treat at a table near the large windows overlooking the loading area of It’s A Small World!

RELATED: Pinocchio Village Haus Review

Columbia Harbour House

An often overlooked quick service location in the Magic Kingdom is Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square. Situated across from Memento Mori and the Haunted Mansion, this restaurant focuses on fresh seafood and New England classics in a nautical setting. Guests looking for a chocolate treat can head to the quieter second floor and enjoy great views while eating the Minnie Mouse Chocolate Lava Cake featuring a warm chocolate-chip lava cookie with buttercream and a chocolate Minnie bow.

RELATED: 5 Things You’ll Love About Columbia Harbour House at Walt Disney World

Credit: Disney

Liberty Square Market

Also found in Liberty Square is the Liberty Square Market which is a great grab-and-go location for healthy snacks including fruit and yogurt in addition to a classic chocolate treat. Guests who stop by the Liberty Square Market can enjoy a warm and gooey chocolate chip cookie which is the perfect snack to munch on while exploring all that Liberty Square has to offer.

RELATED: The Magic Kingdom Quick Service Restaurants At Walt Disney World

Sleepy Hollow

Just across the bridge that connects the hub of the Magic Kingdom with Liberty Square is Sleepy Hollow, a quick service location open throughout each day that serves up an indulgent waffle that chocolate lovers will adore. The Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich features a warm Belgian waffle topped with chocolate-hazelnut spread strawberries, blueberries, and bananas and Guests can enjoy beautiful views of Cinderella Castle while eating it from an open air courtyard.

RELATED: Sleepy Hollow Refreshments

Liberty Tree Tavern & The Diamond Horseshoe

Liberty Square is also home to two table service dining locations that serves up traditional American classics in colonial and Western settings. The Liberty Tree Tavern features a more colonial style interior with New England classics and The Diamond Horseshoe serves up a traditional Thanksgiving-esque meal in a music hall, but both restaurants feature the same chocolate highlighting dessert. The Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake is a vanilla toffee cake that is topped with vanilla ice cream and then smothered with smooth chocolate sauce making it an unforgettable treat in the Magic Kingdom.

RELATED: 8 Things You’ll Love About Liberty Tree Tavern at Walt Disney World

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café

Frontierland in the Magic Kingdom features a popular quick service location that serves up a lunch and dinner menu that highlights traditional Mexican and Southwestern flavors and ingredients. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Café is a massive location with intricate theming including tables with views looking out towards the main thoroughfare of Frontierland as well as an interior courtyard with lots of props and detailing. Guests looking to satisfy a chocolate craving at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café can order up the Churros which are hot and crispy and come served with a chocolate dipping sauce that is rich, creamy, and good to the last drop.

RELATED: Disney Dining Review – Pecos Bill Tall Tale Cafe and Inn at Magic Kingdom

Aloha Isle

Just outside of the exit of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room is a very popular quick service counter location that serves up an iconic snack as well as a chocolate alternative. Aloha Isle is perhaps most well-known for serving up the fan favorite pineapple Dole Whip, but those looking to enjoy tropical flavors with a chocolate twist can order the Kakamora Float. This frozen treat features a base of coconut soft-serve with a floater of pineapple juice and Blue Curacao syrup that is topped off with a quirky and fun Chocolate Kakamora Cake Pop.

RELATED: Aloha Isle Menu: Magic Kingdom

Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen

The final location for chocolate lovers to visit in the Magic Kingdom is the Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen in Adventureland just across from the Swiss Family Treehouse. Open daily for lunch and dinner, the table service restaurant continues the story of the Jungle Cruise as the Skippers run the location and infuse their humor into the exotic menu of international flavors. The Kungaloosh! dessert not only pays homage to the extinct Adventurer’s Club from Pleasure Island, but will also please chocolate lovers as it features an African-inspired chocolate cake adorned with caramelized bananas, cashew-caramel ice cream, and coffee dust.

RELATED: Top 12 Themed Disney Restaurants

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.