Steve and I discovered Liberty Tree Tavern on our last trip to Disney and we really enjoyed is so coming back with my sister was a treat.
Liberty Tree Tavern is located in the Magic Kingdom park, in Liberty Square. It has a very colonial feel, and reminds me of old world Americana and traditional Thanksgiving dinner – which is kind of what we got! Dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern is a family-style all-you-can-eat affair serving traditional American classics.
The cost for dinner is: Adult price range: $34.07-$38.33; Child (ages 3-9) price range: $17.03-$19.16 (depending on season). We used a Table Service credit for this meal since we were on the Disney Dining Plan.
Here’s the dinner menu from Allears.net:
Bill Of Fare
Declaration Salad – Tossed mixed greens with house-made dressing
Patriot’s Platter – Roasted turkey breast, carved beef, and sliced pork, with mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, herb-bread stuffing and macaroni and cheese
Johynny Appleseed’s Cake -Tavern made white cake filled with apples and Craisins dried cranberries, topped with ice cream
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Barqs Root Beer, Light Pomegranate Lemonade, Coffee, Regular or Decaffeinated; Hot Tea; Hot Cocoa; Milk, Whole, Low-fat, Skim or Chocolate; and Nestea Iced Tea.
Cappuccino, Espresso, Bottled Water and Tavern Punch are an additional charge.
When you check in for your reservation at any Disney restaurant, you usually have a short wait before your name is called. We waited about 15 minutes before we were shown our table. In the meantime I snapped these pictures:
When you get seated you are shown the menu, even though everyone gets the same thing anyways!
Our super friendly cast member/server was really nice and explained the menu to us (basically sit back , relax and eat). He also took our drink order.
Pretty soon our food started to arrive. We started with warm dinner rolls with honey butter. Ugh. So. Good. I. Love. Carbs.
The salad with the yummy lamisil 250 mg price tangy dressing came at the same time as the rolls.
After our second salad, we got our main course! It was a lot of food!
After park-hopping all day, we were famished so we polished off everything and pretty soon our plates looked like this:
Of course we got seconds of almost everything, except for maybe the mac n cheese which is probably the only thing that didn’t taste homemade. Not that there is anything wrong with velveeta, we all enjoyed it but liked the other dishes better. My sister made sure they brought more gravy!
After our 2nd round, we were ready for dessert. I like how the coffee is also included if you decide to order it with your dessert. Most non-alcoholic beverages are included with the dining plan and you can order a different thing for your next drink! Our dessert was a fruity cake that was filled with craisins and apples and topped with ice cream:
It was pretty good. Not as good as my favorite dessert from Ohana but still good. 🙂
What a yummy dinner! We thoroughly enjoyed eating here and will return in the future.
We made dinner reservations at 7pm so we had some time to kill before the fireworks started at 9pm, so we went on It’s a Small World, a classic Disney ride!
We were behind the castle watching the fireworks. They were literally going off right above our heads. We heard every boom and bang.