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Dining at Liberty Tree Tavern in Magic Kingdom

A Great Thanksgiving Style Meal

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Dining reservations for the parks at Walt Disney World open 180 days in advance of your visit. If you miss this window, you will be limited on options during the timeslots you want. To give you a point of reference, we made reservations for the Liberty Tree Tavern approximately 170 days in advance. This venue was the only restaurant available between 4:00pm and 6:00pm.

The Liberty Tree Tavern is in the heart of Liberty Square within Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. It boasts 18th century décor and fashion; and of course, it has amazingly friendly hosts and wait-staff. The waiting area has coloring sheets of Disney characters in 18th century clothing and checker boards to entertain kids of all ages while the table is being prepared. The food is served family style and I assure you that everyone will leave happy and with full bellies!

Liberty Tree Tavern Dining Overview

Liberty Tree Tavern Dining Overview

Menu Overview

While you can order lots other items from the menu, the All-You-Care-To-Enjoy Bill of Fare is hard to beat. It gives you tons of proteins and lots of carbs. Exactly what you need to energize your family for a few more hours in the park. It is the most excellent Thanksgiving dinner without the family drama or clean up!

  • Declaration Salad: Tossed Mixed Greens with House-made Dressing.

Liberty Tree Tavern Dining Overview

  • Patriot’s Platter: Roasted Turkey Breast, Pot Roast, and Carved Pork Roast with Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Herb Stuffing, and House-made Macaroni and Cheese.

Liberty Tree Tavern Dining Overview

Liberty Tree Tavern Dining Overview

Liberty Tree Tavern Dining Overview

  • Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake: Vanilla cake with Gooey Toffee Filling, Carmel Sauce, and Vanilla Ice Cream.

Liberty Tree Tavern Dining Overview

Our daughter, who was 6 at the time, happily ate lots of food from the Patriot’s Platter. My husband and I both ordered a beer (yes, a few places at Magic Kingdom serve beer) and we all took the hour to relax and chat about our adventures at Walt Disney World.

Final Thoughts on Liberty Tree Tavern

We always book a table-service meal when at a Disney park. It gives everyone a chance to sit and relax vs. scarfing down food to hit up the next ride. If this is what your family is looking for, then I would highly recommend Liberty Tree Tavern as a great table-service meal. The food is hardy, but not greasy. Plenty to offer for your picky eaters. And with the “all-you-can-enjoy” concept, nobody is going to leave hungry!!

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Dining at the Liberty Tree Tavern within Magic Kingdon #DisneyWorld was a wonderful experience. Everyone left happy and full!!

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  1. Well, I have never been to Disney World. Looking at all the food pictures, I agree it’s hard to beat this All-You-Care-To-Enjoy Bill of Fare. I think I will book a space to eat at this place, too. That Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake is so tempting.

  2. What time of year did you visit? Because I went during spring break (March) and I def did not make resreevations that far in advance and we werent shut out. Anyway, this looks really good and economical as you can really fill up on what you like! I love mac and cheese! (Could go for some right now) I agree, we like to do a sit down dinner at Disney because it gives you a chance to relax. I didnt realize this place served alcohol. On our first day at magic kingdom we went to dinner and I ordered a chardonnay only to be told … yeah they dont serve alcohol!

    1. We went over fall break in October. I think the biggest problem was finding a place during the timeframe we needed.

  3. I had no idea you had to make reservations so far in advance. I will definitely be keeping that in mind! The food looked so delicious, but I think I would just skip the food (except the mac and cheese) and go straight for that toffee cake!!

  4. Pot roast and mac and cheese? Yum. I agree, a sit down dining experience at Disney World helps you decompress from the business of the day. We do the same thing at Disneyland. That extra time helps you plan out the next park strategy, too. Thank you for the tip about booking so early! I haven’t been to Disney World in years, and I didn’t realize restaurants fill up so quickly. I will definitely use that tip(maybe when the Toy Story land opens).

    1. We prefer Disneyland for that very reason! We could go tomorrow, without planning, and still see/do/eat what we want.

  5. Looks cozy and food looks great too!
    Never been to Disney World. Only made it to Universal and around that area
    If we go one day, I’ll make sure to visit Liberty Tree Tavern!

  6. This one is on our bucket list…you made it seem much more appealing than in the past. My only fear is that kind’ve food makes me so sleepy…I’d be useless afterward. Thanks for joining #mousefanmondays last week.

  7. We are at the Liberty Tree Tavern for a lunch when we visited Disney World in January of 2016. I really enjoyed the meal I got and loved the atmosphere inside the restaurant. The colonial time period is one of my favorite times in history so I was a huge fan of the restaurant style. I don’t remember if we ate dessert, but the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake looks scrumptious! I bet every bite was heavenly 🙂

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