Top Magic Kingdom Restaurants | Places to Eat

In this story, we’re going to share with your the best restaurants at the Magic Kingdom and what to order when you go there.

Since we’ve visited them all many times over in the decades we’ve been coming here, we want to to the best and worst restaurants at the Magic Kingdom so you don’t waste your time eating bad food.

The food is of good quality, though not quite as home-cooked, but it's impressive for a theme park – tender, fresh meat and generous portions!

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café (Frontierland)

Columbia Harbour House (Liberty Square)

They offer a diverse menu, including fish and chips, shrimp, clam chowder, lobster rolls, and even land-based options like salads and chicken pot pie.

The Crystal Palace serves up a huge buffet, with one of the biggest selections of foods on property so you won’t leave hungry.

The Crystal Palace (Main Street U.S.A.)

For lunch or dinner you just can’t go wrong with the creamy bacon mac and cheese tots, just try to convince me you don’t love them!

The Friar’s Nook (Fantasyland)

Casey’s Corner is a one-trick pony, but they do it pretty well for a theme park. If you are looking for hot dogs at the Magic Kingdom, this is the place to go.

Casey’s Corner (Main Street U.S.A.)

We love the atmosphere here and it’s just like stepping inside the tavern where Gaston sings his famous song in Beauty and the Beast.

Gaston’s Tavern (Fantasyland)

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