Liberty Tree Tavern

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Liberty Tree Tavern restaurant is slightly misnamed. You can’t get any ale here (no alcohol is allowed in the Magic Kingdom), but you can get some good food. Here you can find the bounty from the earth shared in a fine meal of dishes like clam chowder and roast turkey. In fact the Traditional Thanksgiving meal of turkey and dressing are served every day.



The restaurant is a replica of a Colonial Style House from the time when men with names like Jefferson, Washington and Franklin where the big shots. There is a lot of history around here. The Liberty Tree grows out front. Servers wear costumes that are replicas of those from colonial times. Ladies wear Betsy Ross type bonnets while the gentlemen have those shirts with puffy sleeves.

Picture of Liberty Tree TavernPicture by mrkathika


When your time comes you are summoned by a town crier and escorted to your table in one of the six rooms. Very formal.


This is a great restaurant to get away from the hustle and bustle of the Magic Kingdom. Time seems to slow down some as you dine.


A server at Liberty Tree Tavern
Photo by TravelHyper

Lunch at Liberty Tree Tavern is an experience. First you are summoned to your table by the town crier, then you step back in time to the time when bounty was shared and group dining was a from of entertainment and socializing.

Lunch is usually served from around 11:00 am until 4:00pm. Times vary depending on park opening time.


Here’s the Menu



  • Maryland Crab Cake
  • Tavern Fried Cheese
  • Declaration Salad
  • New England Clam Chowder
  • Today’s Soup

Appetizers run from $5.99 to $10.50.


Entrees include –

  • New England Post roast – braised beef served with mashed potatoes and garden vegetables
  • William Penn Chicken Pasta – bacon, mushrooms, marinated chicken in a creamy marinara
  • Colony Salad – apples, pecans, cheddar cheese, and grilled chicken tossed with field greens
  • Fresh Catch – Fresh fish of the day
  • Tri-Corner Sandwich – roast beef and swiss cheese with Liberty Slaw, horseradish cream sauce and arugula served on herbed foccia with fresh fruit or french fries
  • Pilgrims Feast – Traditional turkey and dressing with mashed potatoes and garden vegetables
  • Cheesburger – Angus chuck with bacon and cheddar cheese or mushrooms and provolone, served with french fries
  • Vegetarian Pot Pie – basil biscuit, bean ragout, sun-dried tomato pistou and seasonal vegatables

Entrees run from $11.49 to $17.99.


The Pilgrims Feast is the house speciality.


Disney Restaurant odds and ends

You can make Advanced Dining Reservation 180 days prior to your arrival. This restaurant reservations are required most of the year. These can be made online at Disney’s Dining Reservations or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.


This restaurant is part of the Disney Dining Plan. Click on the link for more information about how the plan works.


All Disney Restaurants are non-smoking.


Dinner is a feast of roast meats and the trimmings. Turkey and herb bread stuffing are the stars of the show but other items are available.


Dinner is usually served from 4:00 pm until around 8:00 so depending on park hours.

Dinner Menu from Liberty Tree Tavern

Liberty Tree Tavern Dinner menu

Dinner is a one price meal it costs $34.07 for adults and $17.03 for the younger patriots. Dessert of warm cherry cobbler (Dad’s favorite dessert) with vanilla ice cream is included. Some extra fresh desserts from Martha’s kitchen are available for an extra price. (Prices are adjusted during Holiday periods.)

Magic Kingdom Dining

The Magic Kingdom has become just pretty good through the years. The Thanksgiving Dinner here gives the park a real homey place to eat. Some of the other restaurants offer some really unique experiences. Check them out.

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Dad’s Bottom Line

A lot of people rave about Liberty Tree Tavern. The food at this Magic Kingdom restauant some of the best in the park. The experience is very enjoyable.


Check it out.