The Magic Kingdom isn’t all about rides. Far from it. In fact, there are about thirty different places where you can chow down at this park.

Below, we’re going to dive into each Magic Kingdom restaurant briefly, so you can get a good feel for the restaurant’s theme and food offerings.  We’re going to list all restaurants by where they are located within the Magic Kingdom theme park.

Magic Kingdom Restaurants

Main Street, U.S.A. Dining:

1) Casey’s Corner (Quick Service): This American eatery serves up the kinds of foods you’d expect to get at a baseball game. Hot dogs. Fries. Nachos. Polish sausage. Even hot cocoa.

Average price: $14.99 and under.
Some dining plans are accepted here.


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Casey’s Corner menu

2) The Crystal Palace (Table Service): If you and your family prefer a buffet-style feast, then The Crystal Palace might be your best bet. Serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this table service spot provides everything from pastries and omelets to shrimp, pastas and salad.

This Victorian themed restaurant also is a great spot to come and have the opportunity to eat with Disney characters, too. So don’t be surprised if you see Winnie the Pooh near your table!

Average price: Ranges from $15 – $29.99 to $30 – $59.99 per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.
Reservations are accepted here.


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Crystal Palace menu

3) Main Street Bakery (Quick Service): This nice little bakery is a great place to begin your day at the Magic Kingdom. Assuming you don’t want to eat anything too heavy before bouncing all over the park, you can stop in here to grab a cup of coffee, tea, smoothies or hot chocolate. Breakfast sandwiches and other sweets can be had here, too.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.


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Main Street Bakery menu

4) Plaza Ice Cream Parlor (Quick Service): Are you ready for some ice cream? While this ice cream eatery doesn’t exactly blow you away with the amount of flavors offered (they provide guests with vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, mint chocolate chip, raspberry sorbet, butter pecan, chocolate vanilla swirl and birthday cake), they make up for it with great treats like ice cream sundaes, floats, and the Mickey Mouse Kid’s Cone.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Plaza Ice Cream Parlor menu

5) The Plaza Restaurant (Table Service): The Plaza Restaurant is pretty unique, because not only is it a cost effective alternative to some of the other restaurants located on Disney grounds, but it’s also an aesthetically pleasing place to eat. Here, you’ll notice a slight Art Nouveau style in things like the mirrors or light fixtures, and if you’re lucky, you might be fortunate to have the “mayor” pop in for a warm visit.

As for the menu, guests can chow down on old school favorites like meatloaf and cheeseburgers, as well as more healthy alternatives like salads and even vegetarian sandwiches. The kids menu provides choices such as tomato soup, grapes, and sliced apples.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.
Reservations are accepted here.


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The Plaza Restaurant menu

6) Tony’s Town Square Restaurant (Table Service): It’s always fun when Disney takes locations found in their 2D movies and turns them into real life, functional establishments. That’s exactly what happened with this restaurant, as avid movie fans will recall that this is the exact place where Lady and Tramp had their first kiss.

Because of this fact, you absolutely know that spaghetti is on the menu, as well as other Italian favorites like shrimp scampi, pizza, and chicken parm. Those that save room for dessert can indulge in tiramisu, crème brulee, cheesecake and even gelato.

Average price: $15 to $29.99 per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.
Reservations are accepted here.


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Tony’s Town Square Restaurant menu

Adventureland Dining:

1) Aloha Isle (Quick Service): Come and get as much Dole Whip as you can handle here at Aloha Isle.

What’s Dole Whip, you ask? Well, it’s the popular frozen snack that’s blended in orange, vanilla, or pineapple flavors. You can even swirl two of your favorite flavors together, too.

This counter service spot also features pineapple spears, water, and hot chocolate for the winter months.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Aloha Isle menu

2) Sunshine Tree Terrace (Quick Service): Located near the Enchanted Tiki Room in Adventureland, the Sunshine Tree Terrace offers guests tons of beverage options, like Pina Colada slushes, water, coffee, iced coffee, espresso, and hot tea. But you can also snack on dessert treats like soft service ice cream, pineapple, and iced coffee floats.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Sunshine Tree Terrace menu

3) Tortuga Tavern (Quick Service): This is a nice spot to grab some quick Mexican food. Offering a lunch menu that consists of burrito’s, beef nachos, and taco salad, guests have the opportunity to enjoy a taste of Mexican cuisine without feeling obligated to sit down at a table restaurant or worry about getting a reservation months in advance.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.

Tortuga Tavern menu

Frontierland Dining:

1) Golden Oak Outpost (Quick Service): The exterior of this building is nothing to look at, as it’s Old West-style construction is so minimal that you’ll feel like you traveled back to the 1800s.

In fact, inside, you would never think that they were cooking up waffle fries, potato nuggets and chocolate chip cookies. You’ll also have a wide choice of beverages, as well.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.


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Golden Oak Outpost menu

2) Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café (Quick Service): Is this Disney World or a John Wayne movie? While Pecos Bill looks like it could double for a saloon from the Old West, there’s nothing old or stale about the food here. The eats here are pretty typical of American cuisine (burgers, chili, chicken and pork sandwiches, etc), and you’ll likely get a kick out of the theming of this quick service eatery.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café menu

3) Westward Ho (Quick Service): At this counter service spot, drop by to grab a frozen lemonade slush. Or perhaps some tea, water, or hot cocoa?

Westward Ho also offers guests corn dogs and assorted chips, too, should you want to enjoy a light snack.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Westward Ho menu

Liberty Square Dining:

1) Columbia Harbour House (Quick Service): With its ship-based theming, guests can stop by this quick service restaurant to purchase lobster rolls, battered fish plates, and even New England Clam Chowder.

Lunch and dinner meals are served here.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.

Columbia Harbour House menu

2) The Diamond Horseshoe (Quick Service): This is one of the more unique places to grab a bite to eat at Magic Kingdom. At the Diamond Horseshoe sits a self-playing piano to set the mood for paying guests, and after you order your food, you have two floors worth of seating options at your disposal.

The food options are certainly limited (a short menu of sandwiches and salads), but if you choose to eat your lunch or dinner meal here, you’ll most definitely enjoy the atmosphere.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.


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The Diamond Horseshoe menu

3) Liberty Tree Tavern (Table Service): No doubt inspired by the history of freedom and revolution in New England, the Liberty Tree Tavern is unique because guests can eat in one of six rooms that are specifically commemorating historical figures from America:

Betsy Ross
Ben Franklin
Thomas Jefferson
George Washington
John Paul Jones
Paul Revere

With so much New England charm at this restaurant, is it really a surprise that New England Clam Chowder is served here? Not only that, but the menu also includes items like New England Pot Roast, Freedom Pasta (Rigatoni pasta), cheeseburgers and salad. Even the desserts have names like Johnny Appleseed Cake or Martha Washington Cake.

Average price: Ranges from $15 – $29.99 to $30 – $59.99 per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.
Reservations are accepted here.


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Liberty Tree Tavern menu

4) Sleepy Hollow (Quick Service): Located near Cinderella’s Castle and made of brick, this is a great spot to grab some tasty snacks. Waffle sandwiches can be had here, but you’ll also be able to indulge in tasty ice cream sandwiches as well as funnel cakes and root beer floats.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Sleepy Hollow menu

Fantasyland Dining:

1) Be Our Guest Restaurant (Table and Quick Service): This is arguably the most popular restaurant in all of Disney World. When it opened in 2012, this restaurant—which allows guests to dine in three beautifully themed rooms that are straight out of “Beauty and the Beast,” the Be Our Guest restaurant instantly became one of the most requested and reserved restaurants in all of Disney World.

Why? Well, sure, people are excited for the French-inspired food, but really, you’re paying for the theming. You can eat in the West Wing, the Rose Gallery, or the two-story ballroom. The ballroom, which looks like it was yanked straight out of the classic 1991 film and recreated in real-life 3D via Disney magic, is probably one of the most visually impressive themed restaurants you’ll find on Disney grounds.

It’s important to note, too, that guests can opt for quick service dining here, as well (lunch is served from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm). Using touch screens to order your meal, you also still get the opportunity to sit down and enjoy your meal at a table. With that said, quick service lunch is a first come-first serve basis and seating is limited.

As for food, guests can enjoy soups, salads, sandwiches, and even steak.

Average price: Ranges from $14.99 to $29.99 per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.

Reservations are accepted here.


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Be Our Guest restaurant menu

2) Cheshire Café (Quick Service): Stop by this cute little kiosk that looks like a fairytale cottage. Once inside, you’ll be able to choose from muffins, whole fruit, and assorted cereals with milk. There’s also a mix of hot and cold beverages here, as well.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Cheshire Café menu

3) Cinderella’s Royal Table (Table Service): If you’re going to come to Disney World, why not get the true prince and princess experience? Here, this restaurant is a feast for the eyes, as guests not only enjoy a warm greeting by Cinderella in the grand hall, but you’ll also enjoy the architecture that includes stoned archways and even stain glass windows.

American cuisine is served here, and the menu includes items like pan-seared chicken, pork tenderloin, and braised short rib. Kids can even enjoy chicken nuggets and peanut butter s’mores.

Average price: $30 to $59.99 per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.
Reservations are accepted here.


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Cinderella’s Royal Table menu

4) The Friar’s Nook (Quick Service): If you’re not the pickiest eater (or maybe if you are a picky eater), then you can stop by the Friar’s Nook to grab a hot dog or some macaroni and cheese.

Or, how about a macaroni and cheese hot dog? Yes, you can get that at the Friar’s Nook!

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.


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Friar’s Nook menu

5) Gaston’s Tavern (Quick Service): Gaston was such a “man’s man” that you would’ve never expected to be able to walk into a tavern with his name on it and leave with a chocolate croissant and some mixed fruit. But that’s exactly the case here at this counter service spot, as guests can stop by and pick up affordable snacks like cinnamon rolls, sliced apples, and hummus and chips.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Gaston’s Tavern menu

6) Pinocchio Village Haus (Quick Service): If you love Italian, then you’ll probably end up doing a double take when you walk past the Pinocchio Village Haus. Here, you can gorge on meatball sub sandwiches, flatbread pizza, and Italian deli subs. Kids can enjoy mac & cheese and chicken nuggets, as well. And everything from yogurt to gelato to chocolate cake is on the menu for dessert, too.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.


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Pinocchio Village Haus menu

7) Prince Eric’s Village Market (Quick Service): This is probably one of the best places to go in all of Magic Kingdom if your body is craving some healthy whole foods. Stop by here to grab apple slices, pineapple cups, watermelon, grapes, and everything else your body is yearning for after days worth of fatty (but so, so tasty!) snacks.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.

Prince Eric’s Village Market menu

8) Storybook Treats (Quick Service): This is where you go to really, really indulge in the wonderfulness that is fudge. You want a fudge brownie sundae? This is your spot. You want a hot fudge cookie sundae? This is your spot. You want ice-cream, cookies, milkshakes or floats?

Well, you better make a stop at Storybook Treats!

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Storybook Treats menu

Tomorrowland Dining:

1) Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies (Quick Service): In this futuristic (yet no doubt retro) looking counter service shop, you can order all the tasty treats your heart (and stomach) desires: muffins, ice cream, milk shakes, floats, smoothies, soda and more.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.


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Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies menu

2) Cool Ship (Quick Service): Located very close to Space Mountain, this small little station serves up salted Mickey pretzels and enough water for you to quench your thirst.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
No dining plans are accepted here.

Cool Ship menu

3) Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café (Quick Service): Cosmic Ray’s is fun. You’re never going to walk out of this eatery with a gourmet meal, but what I like about this restaurant is that you can quickly get your food, sit down, and listen to an audio-animatronic host (Sonny Eclipse) that sings you different songs on the piano as if he were a classy and sophisticated alien species of Ray Charles or Frank Sinatra.

Guests can order tons of different sandwiches here too, as the menu calls for pork sandwiches, turkey sandwiches, and even vegetable sandwiches.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.


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Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café menu

4) The Lunching Pad (Quick Service): Located directly underneath both the Transit Authority Peoplemover and the Astro Orbitor, the Lunching Pad is where you go to get snacks like cream cheese pretzels and Coney Island Hot Dogs that are topped off with chili.

Yeah…you might want to get a couple extra napkins when you come here.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.

The Lunching Pad menu

5) Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party (Table Service): While you’ll need reservations in advance (as well as not only your park ticket but also a special event party ticket), this is the “party” you want to be at when “Wishes” begins and the fireworks start popping off in the sky.

Having virtually an unobstructed view of the sky come nightfall, this dessert party not only gives you premium seating for firework shows like “Wishes,” but at the very same time, you’re treated to a plate full of amazing desserts like pastries, strawberries covered in chocolate and cookies.

Average price: Call for prices and reservations at 407-WDW-DINE

6) Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant (Quick Service): Sit out on the terrace of this restaurant and have the opportunity to get a grand view of Cinderella’s Castle. The menu here has something that everyone can enjoy. Whether you like burgers or pasta, or much prefer salad or chicken nuggets, you’ll certainly be able to find something you like at this spot.

The kids menu also serves macaroni and cheese for the little ones, while adults can save room for triple chocolate cake or carrot cake.

Average price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Some dining plans are accepted here.


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Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant menu

If you enjoyed this article, I encourage you to head over to my Restaurants and Dining page to learn about all of the many different eating options at the Disney World theme parks.

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