When guests have more time to relax at meal time, Magic Kingdom is home a variety of restaurants and dining experiences. Table service restaurants offer distinct themes, as well as a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy their meals. At the Magic Kingdom, dining at a table service also comes with the ability to enjoy alcohol with your meal. Regardless of the the popularity of a restaurant, advanced dining reservations are recommended for guests wishing to dine at any of these restaurants. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, here are your options when dining at the Magic Kingdom!
1. Liberty Tree Tavern (Liberty Square)
Serving hungry guests for lunch and dinner, the Liberty Tree Tavern is known for its family-style meals that offers guests turkey and roast beef, as well as delectable side options like macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes, and more. The meal is quite filling, so come hungry! Guests wanting to sample the cuisine here, but not go overboard are encouraged to dine here at lunch when there is a small a la carte menu featuring a variety of sandwiches.
2. Jungle Navigation Company Skipper Canteen (Adventureland)
The newest table service restaurant at Magic Kingdom can be found nestled away in Adventureland. The theme for this restaurant is drawn from the Jungle Cruise and the cuisine being slightly more adventurous. Guests can dine here for lunch or dinner. Guests can find steak, chicken, pork, and fish on the menu, as well as a variety of salads and appetizers. The menu is identical between lunch and dinner, so guests can get their favorite entrees whenever they choose. There are plenty of desserts, so be sure to save some room!
3. Tony’s Town Square Restaurant (Main Street, U.S.A.)
The first restaurant guests will encounter on a visit to the Magic Kingdom is Tony’s. This restaurant can be found on the right side of Town Square next to the theatre where guests can meet and greet with Mickey and Tinkerbell. Tony’s is open and serving guests during lunch and dinner and guests can find classic Italian dishes to satisfy their hunger – spaghetti, pizza, ravioli, and fettuccine. Guests wanting a less filling meal can also find it here as Tony’s serves non-pasta dishes, as well as a variety of salads.
4. Cinderella’s Royal Table (Fantasyland)
Dining at this restaurant comes with an abundance of unique options. First, the restaurant is located on the second story of Cinderella Castle, so guests are able to look out on the theme park below. Secondly, guests have the ability to interact with a variety of princesses throughout their meal. In addition to the namesake of the restaurant, guests can also find Aurora, Ariel, and Jasmine here. Cinderella’s Royal Table offers dining throughout the day, but remains very popular, so reservations are highly recommended for guests wanting to dine here!
5. Crystal Palace (Main Street, U.S.A.)
Crystal Palace is a second restaurant that allows guests to interact with some of their favorite characters while they dine. While enjoying their food, friends from the Hundred Acre Wood will stop by tables and pose for pictures. Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore invite guests to participate in the Friendship Day celebrations while also enjoying delicious food served up buffet-style. Guests will find chicken, fish, a variety of sides, and more when eating here. Guests can make a reservation to dine here for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
6. The Plaza Restaurant (Main Street, U.S.A.)
Of all the table service restaurants, the Plaza offers the best value. In addition to wonderful views looking out towards the Hub and Cinderella Castle, the Plaza offers guests an assortment of sandwiches, burgers, and salads at very moderate prices. In addition to a phenomenal menu available at breakfast, lunch and dinner, guests are also encouraged to stay for dessert as the menu features ice cream from the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor located next door!
7. Be Our Guest (Fantasyland)
At dinner, this restaurant transforms from a counter-service restaurant to table service where guests can dine in phenomenally themed dining rooms. In addition to delicious meals, guests can also find the infamous grey stuff on the menu for dessert. After enjoying your meal, guests can also pose for pictures with the Beast before a relaxing walk around Fantasyland!
8. Diamond Horseshoe (Liberty Square)
This restaurant is seasonal, so be sure to consult with the My Disney Experience app to see if it is open during your visit. Guests can dine here during lunch or dinner. At lunch, guests have a menu featuring a variety of sandwiches and homestyle platters to pick from. At dinner, meals are served family-style with options of salads, brisket, chicken, corn on the cob, mac and cheese, pulled pork, and baked beans. You’ll have a selection of three amazing desserts, so don’t get too full!
Dining at Magic Kingdom can be as enjoyable as riding the attractions between amazing theme, a delicious menu, and possibly unforgettable character interactions. Any restaurant will be a great choice — what choice has piqued your interest?