All About Magic Kingdom Table Service Locations


With the news of the Dining Card promotion coming out this week, it makes for the perfect time to start highlighting the different dining options within each park. This post we will be looking at the six table service locations within Magic Kingdom, where half are Character Dining!


Be Our Guest is in Fantasyland, toward the back of the park. This restaurant is right out of the scenes from Beauty and the Beast. With three separate rooms, each based on different parts of the movie, you get to choose between dining in the Grand Ballroom, the West Wing, or the Castle Gallery.


There are options of escargot and filet mignon, or more common choices of pork chops and chicken. And you can try the grey stuff (it’s delicious 😉)! The Beast has also been known to walk through the rooms greeting guests during dinner!


This is a pre-fixe meal and is only offering lunch and dinner.



Crystal Palace is right off Main Street, U.S.A. and the hub. If you have fans of Winnie the Pooh and pals, this is the one spot you will want to do! The characters from your favorite Hundred Acre Woods come out during your meal, making your morning in the park even more magical!



And the buffet has a wide array of options. From the famous Mickey waffles and eggs and bacon to country fried chicken and carved prime rib, you’re sure to find something everyone will enjoy!



This is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as a buffet.





Cinderella’s Royal Table is in Fantasyland, inside Cinderella’s castle! While the princesses are not currently wondering the halls, they will be returning February 28th. Previously, Cinderella, Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), Ariel and Snow White visited with restaurant guests. We are excited to see who will accompany Cinderella in her castle.



Breakfast has options like avocado toast and caramel apple-stuffed French toast, and for the kids, Mickey waffles and oatmeal. For those adventurous types, you could even try shrimp and grits or beef tenderloin and egg! For lunch and dinner, try choices such as charcuterie, steamed mussels, sustainable catch, pork tenderloin and chickpea panisse. And don’t forget dessert!



This is a prepaid, pre-fixe meal and is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Liberty Tree Tavern is in Liberty Square and has a traditional New England feel to it. From the décor of on the walls to the costumes of the cast members, you will be transported back in time to the colonial days.



This is a family style meal, which means a platter comes to the table where everyone can take what they would like. And it is all you can eat, so you can get more if you want. This meal comes with a delicious salad, roasted turkey, pork, AND pot roast to choose from, and dessert is a seriously delectable, ooey gooey toffee cake for dessert 


Liberty Tree Tavern is open for lunch and dinner and is all-you-can-eat family style.





The Plaza is right on Main Street, U.S.A and has a charming atmosphere with an early 1900’s feel. This is a casual meal with a more sophisticated setting. And this restaurant has a first-class view of the castle!



If you are looking for a simple meal, The Plaza is going to be a great option for you. From meatloaf to a burger to a fried chicken sandwich, you are bound to find something that will hit the spot. And then top it off with a delectable milkshake.



This is a casual meal available for lunch and dinner.

Tony’s Town Square is on Main Street, U.S.A. at the entrance to the park. This restaurant is most famous for where Lady and the Tramp shared their first kiss! There’s even an adorable fountain inside the restaurant to commemorate it!


This restaurant is for the Italian lovers. Those who can’t go without spaghetti. Don’t forget to order some garlic bread for the table either! There’s even chicken parmigiana, chicken penne and fettuccine alfredo. And you can’t leave without trying the gelato or tiramisu cannoli.


This is available for lunch and dinner and is a casual meal.


To dine at any of these options, you will need to make a reservation (which can be made starting at 60 days prior to the beginning of your trip), as well as park tickets and park reservations.


If you would like to book your trip or would like more information, please contact us today! And make sure you follow us for more on dining at Magic Kingdom!

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