Liberty Tree Tavern
The Liberty Tree Tavern is located in Magic Kingdom’s Liberty Square at Walt Disney World. This restaurant serves New England style food and is modeled after Colonial Williamsburg. The decor at this “colonial style inn” is just as you would expect: wood paneling, huge chandeliers, and warm fireplaces. We had fun exploring all of the rooms, modeled after famous Americans (Benjamin Franklin, John Paul Jones, Betsey Ross, Paul Revere, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson). As with all Disney sit down restaurants, reservations are recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance.
Our food at Liberty Tree Tavern was really good. Between the six of us, we had quite a spread. My favorite was the Crab and Lobster Dip. It was awesome and served with warm bread, dusted with what tasted like honey. My fiancé devoured his Pilgrim’s Feast Thanksgiving Meal (roast turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes). I think that he would have eaten a second one. The Fish and Chip batter was delicious; seasoned perfectly and cooked crunchy. I really liked that, too! And judging by the Chuck Cheeseburger and Declaration Salad plates being completely empty at the end of the meal, I am assuming that those were good choices, as well.
Enhance Your Meal
Liberty Tree Tavern had multiple specialty beverages available. We tried the Patriot’s Punch, a combination of cherries and apples, frozen. The Ariel or Pirates Punch sounded yummy, too (lemonade punch served in an Ariel or Pirate cup with a glowing light).
The desserts at Liberty Tree Tavern sounded great, but we were too full. I thought that the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cafe sounded the best (vanilla cake with a toffee filling, caramel sauce, and vanilla ice cream) but they also had a Seasonal Fruit Cobbler (baked seasonal fruits with a crisp topping and ice cream), Boston Cream Pie (tower of vanilla cake, white chocolate pastry cream, chocolate ganache, and chocolate pearl crunch), and Johnny Appleseed’s Tart (baked apples in a pastry shell, cinnamon, dried cranberries, topped with ice cream).
While waiting for your table, Mickey Mouse coloring sheets and crayons are available for children. Since this restaurant is in Liberty Square, all of the crayons are red and blue. My mom sat down and started coloring and all of the children thought that she worked there and started asking her questions. It was rather comical. The host asks your party where they are from and introduces your group to the whole restaurant. We loved listening to where everybody was from.
My family and I are well on our way to eating at all of Magic Kingdom’s restaurants. I love being a PassHolder! Liberty Tree Tavern has been one of my favorite thus far and I will definitely be back.
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Taylor Pittman wrote this article.
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