Liberty Tree Tavern in Magic Kingdom is by far one of the best, dare we say THE best family restaurant at Walt Disney World. And while we definitely have other restaurants that can compete for this title, a recent visit has completely confirmed this belief. Here’s why…
If you’re traveling as a family, or a group or just visiting in town relatives, Liberty Tree Tavern may be exactly what you’re looking for in a restaurant. A family-style meal, all you care to enjoy at decent prices will have you sitting in a cozy, casual environment without immersive dining requirements or a menu filled with exotic cuisine.
Liberty Tree Tavern Atmosphere
The Liberty Tree Tavern restaurant can be found in Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom. Now we must admit, of all the locations in Magic Kingdom, Liberty Square has not been an area we hang out in much. In fact up until they introduced the show with the Muppets who sing about the greatest moments in history, but only the American parts, there really wasn’t anything there we loved. Then we heard about the Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake. Lets be honest, if you don’t agree with anything else in this post, you will agree that this cake is worth the visit. In fact we sometimes just go for the cake and skip the dinner completely.
A throwback to Colonial Williamsburg this classic American fare restaurant with dark wood oak, fireplaces in every room, and the staff dressed in all things colonial just feels homey. We’ve seen large families, small families, young families and people on dates. And unlike the immersive dining experiences we sometimes love, you aren’t required to engage with the staff or visiting characters. You can just sit and enjoy your meal.
Liberty Tree Tavern Restaurant Cost
Price will vary depending on the time of year, but adults are typically 39 per person, and kids( ages 3-9) run about 21 per kid. This is by far the cheapest, cheapest, and most budget friendly all you care to enjoy dining experience at Disney. Since you get the option to just ask for seconds, please feel free to do so! Everyone else will be. Check out the official Liberty Tree Tavern Menu.
Liberty Tree Tavern Restaurant Menu
The real reason this ends up being the best family restaurant at Walt Disney World in addition to the casual atmosphere and the budget friendly price is the MENU.
Got picky kids? No worries. This menu is Thanksgiving dinner. Got big eaters? No worries, this menu is all you can eat Thanksgiving dinner. Tired of the restaurant meals during vacation? No worries, this menu feels homemade!
So here’s the lineup. You receive rolls with sweet butter to start. No orders necessary. Everything will come to your table in courses. Salad is next. The salad comes with a very light sweet vinaigrette. Even the pickiest eater should love this salad. Your side dishes are red skinned mashed potatoes, green beans and cheddar macaroni and cheese. All of these are amazing and taste wonderful. Perfect for even the vegetarians in your group. You also get sliced turkey, pork roast and pot roast. My niece discovered a love of perfectly cooked meats while eating here. You’ll also get gravy and a tart cranberry sauce. And we feel like we can’t say this enough, the food here is amazing. Everything on this menu tasted wonderful and we find it consistently good every single time we go.
Liberty Tree Tavern Dessert
Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake is the real reason everyone comes here. We sometimes just order this cake by itself on cold afternoons, and are anxiously awaiting the day that we can just mobile order the cake and pick it up at a window- no reservation required. If it was possible to get it sent to our room, we would. The cake is dense, sweet and filled with toffee. Cover it with vanilla ice cream and more toffee bits while the cake is still warm, and it’s absolute heaven. And yes, you can order seconds. You will regret it if you don’t.
Liberty Tree Tavern Restaurant in Magic Kingdom Review
So there you have it. All the logical reasons that Liberty Tree Tavern is a staple restaurant on our Disney vacation list. Not glamorous, not Disney movie themed, no characters, and not perfectly lit for food pictures… and yet, everything still tastes amazing, even on hot Florida days, to draw us back to this restaurant every time. What’s your favorite underrated restaurant at Walt Disney World?