Liberty Tree Tavern dinner review | Magic Kingdom | Walt Disney World

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Another first visit to this restaurant on our last trip. I had been looking forward to dining here for approx 180 days(!) and it didn’t disappoint. Keep reading for my Liberty Tree Tavern dinner review and why I think it would make the best Christmas or thanksgiving Disney dinner!

Liberty Tree Tavern dinner review | Magic Kingdom | Walt Disney World

Disney Thanksgiving

Liberty Tree Tavern is located in the middle of the Magic Kingdom Park so you do need an admission ticket to dine there. It’s also very popular particularly around thanksgiving and Christmas so do book early… don’t be disappointed or say I didn’t warn you if you walk up and be turned away because they are full!

The theme of the restaurant is a stately colonial-style inn serving traditional New England-inspired fare and offers my favourite buffet style of dining; a lazy buffet (as I call it!).  Before you are called up to your table you can make yourself comfortable in the foyer (or porch!) of the inn and play a few games.  Apparently there are different named rooms all with slightly different themes; I wish now I had looked around a little more but I didn’t actually know this at the time.

Liberty Tree Tavern dinner review | Magic Kingdom | Walt Disney World

It’s an all you can eat buffet but they bring it to you. If you want more of something specific ask for it, if you don’t want more of something tell them; it’s the best style dining experience with children in tow.  It avoids people leaving the table or walking around with plates and allows you all to eat together instead of having to go off to get your food yourself.

Liberty Tree Tavern Disney menu

The food is a thanksgiving/Christmas style cuisine. It was soooo good! I was so full when we left but it reminded me of home and I ate soooo much!  It included a platter of roasted turkey breast, pot roast and oven-roasted pork alongside mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, herb stuffing and macaroni and cheese.  If you want more of less of anything just ask your waiter will be more than happy to cater for you.  Lunch offers the same but also other standards such as burgers, shrimp, pasta or your own pot roast with veggies and mash.

Liberty Tree Tavern dinner review | Magic Kingdom | Walt Disney World

The turkey was amazing, the stuffing was amazing, the creamy mash and the turkey stuffing…. absolutely delicious!  If there was somewhere I had to choose to eat Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner at then it would 100% be here.

Then came the dessert… oh my days! I don’t even think it needs words just look at the picture!

Liberty Tree Tavern dinner review | Magic Kingdom | Walt Disney World

Although we were on the dining plan it would’ve cost us $136+tip (April/May). A bargain if you ask me for 4 all you can eat buffet full of delicious food!

We will 100% be back to Liberty Tree Tavern… just don’t expect to be able to walk around the the park afterwards. I was waddling… seriously go check the vlog!!

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