Review Of Liberty Tree Tavern

If I ever had to pick my absolute favorite restaurant at Walt Disney World, I think I would have to choose Liberty Tree Tavern at Magic Kingdom. This is the one restaurant I make sure to go to every single time I am in Disney World! With its wood paneling, candlestick sconces and chandeliers, and thick glass windows along with the absolutely massive cooking fireplace in the lobby, you can see how the Imagineers meticulously themed Liberty Tree Tavern after an 18th century home. Each room in the perfectly themed Liberty Tree Tavern represents a different figure from The United States’ colonial history. You could end up dining in the George Washington room, the Thomas Jefferson room, the John Paul Jones room, the Betsy Ross room, the Benjamin Franklin room, or even the Paul Revere room (keep a look out for those famous lanterns!).


Now as much as I enjoy the theming and decor of Liberty Tree Tavern, what really keeps me coming back again and again is the food! For lunch you can choose from tantalizing items such as including clam chowder, traditional roast turkey and pot roast, as well as salads and sandwiches. Dinner at the Liberty tree is an all-you-care-to-eat prix fixe feast of what has come to be known as America’s “first meal.” Basically it’s Thanksgiving dinner, which consists of salad, roasted meats and cornbread stuffing (seriously cannot ever get enough of this stuffing!), vegetables, mashed potatoes, and mac and cheese. As if that wasn’t enough food, you then conclude the meal with Johnny Appleseed’s Cake, a white cake filled with apples and Craisins Dried Cranberries and topped with ice cream.

While I love eating at Liberty Tree Tavern all year round, I enjoy it even more at the holidays. There is something about the atmosphere and the “traditional” holiday favorites that just really helps to put me in the holiday spirit.

Meals at Liberty Tree Tavern range in price from $15 – $35.99. Reservations are strongly recommended especially during the holidays.

Written by Meghan Blair, the “Disney Foodie” — As a Florida Resident, Meghan combines her love of Disney and her love of food!



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