Magic Kingdom Restaurant Guide: Full Service Dining Options

February 28, 2013

A day at Disney World can be a dream come true, especially with a little planning.

If you have game plan, navigating the people, places, rides and attractions is much easier.  For instance, did you know there are 25 restaurants and eateries to choose from inside the Magic Kingdom?  Deciding where to eat can be a bit overwhelming but with our quick guide you’ll know price points, food selections and gain insight into which Magic Kingdom restaurant is right for your family. 

Disney Be Our Guest Restaurant Family at Table
Be Our Guest Restaurant
For our first installment of our Magic Kingdom Restaurant Guide, let’s take a look at the full service restaurants:
Be Our Guest: Serves dinner and lunch with a French twist. 
Price Point:  Lunch $12 and under; Dinner $16 and up

Cinderella’s Royal Table: Specializes in character breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Featured characters are Cinderella, Fairy Godmother, Belle, Aurora, and Snow White.
Price Point: $50 and up

Crystal Palace: Specializes in character breakfasts, lunches and dinners.  Food is served buffet-style.  Featured characters are Winnie the Pooh and friends (usually Tigger, Piglet and Eeyore).
Price Point: $25 and up

Liberty Tree Tavern: Serves American fare with menu items like Pilgrim’s Feast, New England Chowder Lamb Stew and Liberty Pasta during lunch and a Family-Style Feast with selections like Roasted Turkey Breast, Carved Beef and Pork Brisket with Mashed Potatoes, seasonal vegetables, herb bread stuffing and Mac and cheese.
Price Point: Lunch $12 and up; Dinner $30
Plaza Restaurant: Sandwiches like reubens, grilled chicken and turkey clubs are highlights of this menu.
Price Point: $10-$18
Tony’s Town Square:  Delicious Italian selections like chicken Parmigiana, Shrimp Scampi and Lamb Shank can be found at Tony’s Town Square restaurant.
Price Point: $17 and up

Please note:  All price points are for entrees and the character meals are priced for adults.

Next week, look for our Magic Kingdom Restaurant Guide detailing counter service dining options.

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