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Eating at Magic Kingdom Theme Park

There are multiple dining opportunities available at Magic Kingdom theme park, including casual dining, quick service eateries, table service restaurants and more. With such a wide variety of price ranges and cuisine styles, guests of the Magic Kingdom can find something for everyone to enjoy.

Casey’s Corner, a Main Street U.S.A. counter-service eatery that serves lunch and dinner, offers up classic American fare such as hot dogs, french fries, chili and a selection of desserts and beverages to quench your thirst. During specific times of the day, a piano player also performs to entertain guests walking by the quick service restaurant.

Cinderella’s Royal Table features a character dining experience at Cinderella’s Castle, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and gives guests the opportunity for meet-and-greets with Disney’s royal family as well as photo opportunities and autograph signings. Breakfast features an all-you-can-eat pre-plated selection of bacon, eggs, french toast, granola, yogurt and pastries as well as a selection of beverages. The Disney Princesses will also be on hand visiting guests tables throughout breakfast.

During lunch, Cinderella herself orders a surprise appetizer for all guests to enjoy, and the prix fixe menu also offers a selection of main courses, your choice of beverage and a dessert to round out the meal. Disney Princesses will also make the rounds and visit tables for guests to take a photo and get autographs.

Finally, dinner at Cinderella’s Royal Table features a selection of appetizers, main courses, a children’s menu and delicious desserts like creme brulee. Once again, guests will also get the chance to take photos and get autographs from the princesses, as well.

Located in Liberty Square, the Columbia Harbour House features counter-service style seafood dining, as well as additional seating upstairs for guests who want a different view of the park. Lunch and dinner selections include salads, sandwiches, side dishes, desserts and beverages, including vegetarian entrees for those who are on a specific diet.

Also in Liberty Square, the Liberty Tree Tavern offers guests a casual dining experience with typical American fare such as roast turkey, pot roast, salads, sandwiches, and clam chowder. The restaurant is also decorated in authentic colonial-style furniture and themed after an 18th century American Inn.

If your party all wants something different, visit Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe in Tomorrowland. This is the largest counter service restaurant in the Magic Kingdom, and features spacious seating and plenty of food to please any palate. Choose from burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, chicken, vegetarian selections, soup, ribs, french fries, desserts and a selection of refreshing beverages.

For a unique dining experience, The Crystal Palace features character dining with Winnie the Pooh and friends for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This American buffet-style restaurant serves up classic American fare served up live at the on-stage kitchen! Omelettes, cereal, pastries and more are available for breakfast, and lunch and dinner selections include flank steak, sirloin, salmon, and desserts. The separate Kid’s Buffet has plenty of delicious favorites made specifically for the kids such as green beans, macaroni and cheese, pizza and more.

Pinocchio Village Haus, a quick serve restaurant located in Fantasyland, features salad, chicken, pizza and other dishes and is decorated with murals from the classic Disney film. In Frontierland, guests can visit Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe for burgers, salads, sandwiches, vegetarian selections, desserts and drinks.

For more American fare, guests can visit The Plaza Restaurant on Main Street, U.S.A., a Victorian America-style restaurant that serves up lunch and dinner fare such as grilled sandwiches, burgers, salads and hand-dipped ice cream selections.

If you are in the mood for a sweet treat, stop by Aloha Isle located in Adventureland for a creamy, delicious Dole Whip! Dole whips are soft-serve pineapple sorbet and are a popular treat in the Disney Parks. They can be served alone, with pineapple juice, or float-style.

With so many eating choices available at Magic Kingdom Theme Park, finding a restaurant to please any palate should be simple to do. From quick service fare, to casual and character dining opportunities, the Magic Kingdom Theme Park features something for everyone to enjoy.

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