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The Magic Kingdom Quick Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World

There is such a wide variety of food available in Magic Kingdom Park, that there is no way that you can even make a dent in only a day.  If you are trying to prioritize your dining locations and snacks on the go, then check out our list highlighting the quick service restaurants in Magic Kingdom to help you in making your selections:

20. Aloha Isle – Adventureland

This is the location where you will find the fan favorite, Dole Whip.  You can even get the float or the Pineapple Upside Down Cake which is served with Dole Whip.  This is a must try when you are at Walt Disney World!

19. Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies – Tomorrowland

This is a great spot to grab and ice cream treats, including floats, soft-serve cones and a variety of sundaes. There is usually a milkshake offering that changes each month, too.  Grab a treat to cool off when enjoying a hot day in the parks.

18. Be Our Guest Restaurant – Fantasyland

Be Our Guest is one of the most popular dining locations in Walt Disney World.  The location is a table service option for breakfast and dinner, but is quick service at lunch.  The trick is that you still have to make a dining reservation in order to dine for lunch, though. You can also take advantage of the Mobile Order option to complete your order in advance.  For lunch there are a variety of sandwich, salad and soup options for guests to enjoy while dining inside of Beast’s Castle.

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17. Casey’s Corner – Main Street, U.S.A.

This is one of the most iconic quick service locations in Magic Kingdom.  The location is known for their amazing hot dogs and the unique monthly hot dog offering.  These hot dogs are absolutely amazing.  Once you walk by and smell the food, you will quickly be getting right in line.  I definitely recommend trying out the featured Hot Diggity Dog for the month.  They are so unique and so delicious!

16. Cheshire Café – Fantasyland

There isn’t much to this snack spot, but if you are in the area and looking for a unique treat you have to try to the Cheshire Cat Tail.  It is a unique dessert that is iced to look like the tail from the popular Cheshire Cat.  There are also a variety of non-alcoholic beverages at the snack stand, too.

15. Columbia Harbour House – Liberty Square

This is a favorite spot for my family!  We love all things seafood and this location doesn’t disappoint.  You will find a variety of combo platters with shrimp, chicken and/or fish.  There are also sandwiches, salads and other great offerings, too!  Our favorite is the Lobster Roll, which is chilled lobster with a touch of mayonnaise on a New England style bun.  We also recommend heading to the second story to sit and eat.  You can get a nice view of the Haunted Mansion while you dine.

14. Cool Ship – Tomorrowland

If you love the ever-popular Churro, then this is a great spot to snag one!  You can also get a hot dog if you are looking for something more savory.  There are also a couple unique, themed non-alcoholic drink options including the Interstellar Punch and the Super Lemonade.

13. Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café – Tomorrowland

This location is a lot of fun with an animatronic, Cosmic Ray, who entertains guests while they dine.  The location has a lot of stand options like chicken, burgers, salads, etc.  The location has a lot of indoor seating, which is really nice on a hot day!

12. The Friar’s Nook – Fantasyland

This is a walk up location with a variety of unique offerings. The Loaded Buffalo Chicken Tots are one of my favorites.  You will also find other tot varieties, plus different variations of macaroni and cheese, a Brat and Tots and the Fried Twinkie.  If you are looking for something to nibble on, this is definitely a great spot!

11. Gaston’s Tavern – Fantasyland

Gaston’s Tavern is known for the huge cinnamon rolls and the LeFou’s Brew!  These are definitely must-haves when visiting Magic Kingdom Park.  LeFou’s Brew can be bought by itself or bought served in a souvenir cup that you get to keep!

10. Golden Oak Outpost – Frontierland

My favorite thing to get here it the Jalapeno Poppers! You will also find chicken nuggets and a variety of fried options.  There are also ice cream desserts, too.  It is a great spot if you want to grab a couple quick things and keep going on about your day.

9. The Lunching Pad – Tomorrowland

There aren’t a large amount of options at this location, but it is a great quick spot for a bite.  There is the Barbecue Pulled Pork Sandwich or the All-Beef Hot Dog.  You can also get a variety of different pretzel selections, Churros and non-alcoholic beverage offerings.

8. Main Street Bakery – Main Street, U.S.A.

This is the Starbucks location for the theme park.  You can get a variety of different coffees, teas and other drinks.  There are also a variety of themed pastries, breakfast sandwiches and more.  This is one of our first stops when we arrive at Magic Kingdom in the morning!

7. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café – Frontierland

The location offers a variety of different entrees including the Fajita Platter (my favorite), nachos, rice bowls, salads, tacos, lettuce wraps, burgers and more.  There is a ton of variety on the menu and everything is delicious.  This is definitely a must try place!

6. Pinocchio Village Haus – Fantasyland

This locations serves up a variety of different flatbreads, pastas, sandwiches and more.  There is a featured flatbread of the month each month if you like to try something a little new and different.  When picking a place to sit and eat you may get lucky enough to get one of the tables with views of the It’s A Small World Attraction, which is a fun view while you eat.

5. Plaza Ice Cream Parlor – Main Street, U.S.A.

This is one of the most popular ice cream locations within the park. There are a variety of hand-scooped ice cream treats including sundaes, floats and more.  You can also get the popular Mickey’s Kitchen Sink Sundae that is served in the Mickey Kitchen Sink.  It is a lot of fun to eat and you get to choose everything that goes in it!

4. Sleepy Hollow – Liberty Square

I love the theming of this location since I am a huge Headless Horseman fan.  The location is known for the waffle sandwiches and funnel cakes.  My favorite is the Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich that is served with chocolate-hazelnut spread and fruit on the delicious, crispy waffle.  It is like a dessert, but since it is has fruit it is healthy, right?

3. Sunshine Tree Terrace – Adventureland

This location offers a variety of different refreshing snacks.  Many of the treats are made with a Dole Orange soft-serve and include swirls, floats, cups and more!  The orange flavor definitely hits the spot on a hot day!

2. Tortuga Tavern – Adventureland

When you need a little break from all of your adventuring, then you can check out Tortuga Tavern with offerings like Chipotle Barbecue Short Rib, hot dog selections, turkey legs, pretzels and more.   The menu isn’t as big as some of the other locations, so this may not be the spot for you if you like a lot of variety and unique offerings.

1. Westward Ho – Frontierland

This location offers breakfast items in the morning, so if you want a quick breakfast, then keep Westward Ho in mind.  For lunch and dinner hours, there are skewer and corndog offerings.  Since the food is all on sticks, it makes it handy when you are trying to eat and keep going about your day.

About Christy Caby

I am a long time Disney addict! This love began as a child and stayed with me in my teen years. I completed the Disney College Program, was engaged and honeymooned at Disney, visited WDW while pregnant with each of our two boys, and have brought our boys since they were babies (they are now 5 and 2). We have over 10 Disney World vacations under our belt. Our recent adventure was a big move from St. Louis, MO to Florida! We knew that we needed more Disney magic that just a couple times of year, and we worked hard to make it happen! Now we hit the parks almost every weekend! We are working to dine at every location, experience every attraction and look for every hidden Mickey! We want to be able to say that we have one it all! We are branching into the Cruise Line and are planning a trip to Disneyland in California next year. To say that we are Disney addicts may be an understatement. When I am not at WDW with my family, I am reading Disney blogs and news, crafting (usually Disney décor for our home), planning Disney vacations for others or working on my dissertation for my doctoral program. I am a Project Manager by profession, so I have mastered fitting everything into a tight schedule! We feel we lead an exciting life where we get to spend a lot of time together doing what we love! I love being able to this love and Disney magic with everyone else so that others can make the most of whatever time they get to have at the most magical place on earth!