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The Best Plant-Based Quick Service Meals in the Magic Kingdom

The Walt Disney World Resort is home to virtually endless dining options that allow Guests the opportunity to enjoy everything from grab-and-go snacks to elaborate signature dining experiences with cuisines that highlight flavors from around the world. With so many options, the Walt Disney World Resort is also amazing for Guests with special dietary needs, as they offer up extensive options of allergy friendly and plant-based snacks and meals.

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The quick service restaurants found in the Magic Kingdom are each completely unique and bring Guests on culinary adventures through the Wild West, American baseball stadium, outer space, nautical New England, and more. Each location features dining options for Guests with plant-based diets, each more delicious and flavorful than the last.

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The variety and quality of the plant-based meals that Guests can enjoy at the quick service restaurants throughout the Magic Kingdom is truly wonderful and Guests might even find themselves having a hard time deciding which restaurant to enjoy! Let’s check out the best plant-based quick service meals that Guests can order in the Magic Kingdom.

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Casey’s Corner – Multiple Options

The first quick service location that Guests encounter when entering into the Magic Kingdom is Casey’s Corner on the end of Main Street. The restaurant is themed to feel like a vintage concession stand from a turn-of-the-century baseball stadium and the menu focuses on the all-American classic hot dog, serving it up in traditional and unexpected ways.

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Guests who are looking for plant-based options at Casey’s Corner can enjoy the Plant-based Dog which features a “sausage” in a potato bun served with French fries or a Cuties Mandarin. A more elevated and unique option is the Plant-based Loaded Slaw Dog which features the same “sausage” and potato bun topped with pickled slaw, barbecue vegan aioli, and roasted corn relish for a fresh, tangy, and creamy bite.

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Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café – Veggie Rice Bowl

Over in Frontierland in the Magic Kingdom is Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café, a rather large quick service location that serves up southwestern and Mexican flavors for lunch and dinner each day. Guests can enjoy an extensive menu of delicious options throughout several dining rooms, all of which are outfitted with wonderful details and props which transports them to the Wild West. Those who luck out can even grab a table in a beautiful courtyard that is designed to feel like twilight outside.

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Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café features many menu items including one plant-based option that is packed with fresh and flavorful ingredients. The Veggie Rice Bowl begins with a generous bed of yellow rice that is topped with grilled peppers and onions, black beans, lettuce, tomato, and salsa for the perfect combination of crunchy, creamy, hearty, and delicious in Frontierland!

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Columbia Harbour House – The Doom Buggy

A nautically themed quick service location can be found in Liberty Square in the Magic Kingdom and invites Guests to dine on fresh options for both lunch and dinner. Columbia Harbour House features a seafood-heavy menu that Guests can enjoy throughout two floors filled with charming New England nautical details including dark wood, ocean maps, and ship parts. Guests who enjoy their meals upstairs can even grab a table by one of the large windows and take in views of Liberty Square the Rivers of America while they eat.

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The one plant-based menu item currently offered at Columbia Harbour House is a unique take on a classic burger whose name pays tribute to the nearby beloved Haunted Mansion attraction. The Doom Burger is a plant-based crab cake sandwich that is generously topped with red onion and cabbage slaw and served with a side of fresh fries for a meal that might be eerie in name but is actually pretty sweet!

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Pinocchio’s Village Haus – Plant-based “Cheese” Pizza

Guests who are looking to satisfy a craving for Italian in the Magic Kingdom can enjoy the quick service Pinocchio’s Village Haus in Fantasyland. This charming restaurant offers up a menu of Italian classics that Guests can enjoy throughout several large dining rooms, each of which is themed after a character from the Disney animated classic Pinocchio.

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In addition to several pizza options with no dietary limitations, Guests can enjoy the Plant-based “Cheese” Pizza which features a delicious and crispy crust topped with fresh tomato sauce and “mozzarella” cheese. It’s a comforting an delicious meal to enjoy while spending time in the Magic Kingdom, and Guests should try to grab one of the tables next to a large window that looks down at the loading area of It’s A Small World for the best views!

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The Friar’s Nook – Plant-based Bratwurst

Also found in Fantasyland is The Friar’s Nook, a quick service location that features open air ordering counters situated between Storybook Treats and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. The Friar’s Nook is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, and Guests who enjoy a meal there can take in the sights and sounds of Fantasyland from tables on an open air patio nearby.

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While there are unfortunately no plant-based options available for breakfast at The Friar’s Nook, there is one delicious choice that can be ordered during the lunch and dinner mea periods. The Plant-based Bratwurst is a large portion served inside of a warm and toasted bun and served with a side of tots. Guests can opt to buy the Plant-based Bratwurst alone or have it served in a Mickey Souvenir Bowl for an additional fee.

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Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café – Burger to the Moon

The final plant-based quick service option that Guests can enjoy in the Magic Kingdom can be found in Tomorrowland at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café. The quick service restaurant is open for lunch and dinner each day, and features several different futuristic ordering bays where Guests can order up American favorites before enjoying them in large dining rooms offering views of Tomorrowland and Cinderella Castle.

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Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café features many different delicious menu items, including one plant-based option with a galactic-themed name. The Burger to the Moon tops an impossible burger with guacamole, tomato, and cabbage slaw and serves it with a side of fries for a meal that is filling and packed with fresh flavors and ingredients. Guests who want the best atmosphere at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café should enjoy their Burger to the Moon in the room where Sonny Eclipse performs throughout each day.

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About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was a child and has developed a deep love and appreciation of the Disney Parks with a particular interest in the small details and history that can be found all around. Visiting every chance she gets, Caitlin loves to enjoy the ambiance of the Disney Parks and try something new every time. She can often be found eating and drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, riding the Haunted Mansion, sipping on a Lapu Lapu, pretending Illuminations: Reflections of Earth was still in existence, and enjoying seeing the magic through the eyes of her children. When not in WDW, Caitlin can be found at home in New York dreaming of a ride on Living with the Land and counting down the days until her next trip.