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Friday, November 22, 2013

Thanksgiving Dinner At Disney World-Where To Eat

 
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Disney World offers many great options for traditional and non traditional Thanksgiving meals. I am going to share with you some of the options. Don't forget to make your advanced dining reservation (adr) as soon as possible. It is best to plan ahead on major holidays especially and make your adr's at the 180 day mark to avoid long lines and long wait times.
 
Liberty Tree Tavern at the Magic Kingdom serves a traditional Thanksgiving feast everyday of the year. The dinner menu consists of a delicious All You Can Eat buffet with turkey breast, roast beef, mashed potatoes, mac n cheese, stuffing and seasonal vegetables. The cost is $38 per person and children are $19. Don't forget to save room for the dessert! The apple crisp is amazing. They also offer a children's menu for picky eaters.
 
Liberty Tree Thanksgiving Dinner
 
At Animal Kingdom Tusker House is offering a special Thanksgiving feast. At Hollywood Studios 50's Prime Time Cafe' and Hollywood & Vine restaurants will offer a special Thanksgiving fare for lunch and dinner. If you're going to be in Epcot head to Akershush for a special Thanksgiving meal or visit the Biergarten. Also serving Thanksgiving meals are Le Cellier and Rose & Crown.
 
Downtown Disney's Raglan Road will be serving a special Thanksgiving menu including glazed turkey, whipped potatoes, apple, sage and sweet onion stuffing. Brussel sprouts, cranberry chutney and gravy will also be served all for $27.95 per person. Sounds delicious! Fulton's Crab House, Portobello's and Wolfgang Puck Grand Café will also have a special Thanksgiving price fix menu available.
 
 
If you don't want to enter the theme parks you can find Thanksgiving dinner's at select Disney resorts too.
 
The Garden Grove restaurant located at the Swan and Dolphin Resort will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving buffet from 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Thanksgiving Day. The cost is $38 for adults and $16.95 for children.
 
If you want to eat with Mickey Mouse on Thanksgiving then head to Fort Wilderness Campground for Mickey's Backyard Thanksgiving Feast. There will be four show times available starting at noon, 2, 4 and 6 pm. Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary is another fun character dining experience that will also be offering special Thanksgiving options. This would be my families go to Thanksgiving dinner! My children love a good character meal!
 
 
 
Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving. Wherever you are this Thanksgiving just remember you have something to be thankful for!
 
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10 comments:

  1. You listed lots of options that I wouldn't have even thought about if I were planning to eat my Thanksgiving dinner at Disney. Not sure which one I would actually pick, though.

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  2. I love that Disney created some new places to eat for Thanksgiving. It I got to pick I think I would choose Mickey's BBQ.

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  3. Wow - that is a lot of options! Thanks for collecting them all into one easy-to-find list.

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  4. Great choices! LTT was our go-to restaurant for Thanksgiving one year and was a huge hit with the whole family.

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  5. Thanks! It is hard to choose just one :) I would love to celebrate Thanksgiving at WDW one year.

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  6. Great options! It would be really hard to choose but I would love to visit Liberty Tree Tavern for Thanksgiving.

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  7. Great options Hayden!! Too many good ones to choose from!!

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  8. Fort Wilderness sounds like such a perfect spot for Turkey Day!

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  9. Happy Thanksgiving to you too...and thanks for working up my appetite!! I cannot wait -- 12 more days for me.

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  10. Great roundup! I think I'd spend the day eating around World Showcase with a turkey leg in hand. :) Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

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