Nearly all Disney operated quick service and table service restaurants now offer allergy-friendly menus - read on for details.
The Liberty Square restaurant at the Magic Kingdom will be closed for nearly five months.
The food was good, the service was prompt, and the ambiance was well-themed and comfortable. It made for a nice break from the energy of the park, and the portions were generous without ending up bogging us down for the rest of the day.
On Saturday the 26th of April, my husband and I met our granddaughter at Liberty Tree Tavern for dinner. Her High School band from Pennsylvania marched at 2:30 that day at Magic Kingdom. She had three band friends with her, Samantha asked the waiter if there were mushrooms in anything that she was going to eat. He left the table and within three minutes the chef was at our table asking her what she was allergic too. He wrote the items down and again within 5 minutes time he had prepared her a separate platter of food that he knew would be safe for her to eat, and also prepared her a special dessert. I do hope this message is received by him. Unfortunately I did not get his name. He needs to be commended for his thoughtful and compassionate action to our granddaughters friend. The meal was wonderful, the service was fantastic and we can all say we had a "Magical Day". Sincerely, Ron, Paulette and Cassie Smith Samantha, Allison and Maddie
Love this place! I remember years ago coincidentally meeting my friend amy here and we both joined up at one table. The food was great, Disney's always had food above the average theme park, in that its actual food. As expected the service was friendly timely, and fit the atmosphere. I loved eating here before braving the haunted mansion, pretending I was planning to sneak in the abandoned house with my friends. I always made everything part of an adventure story as a kid, this was a great place to do it.The foyer reminded me much of the one in the short cartoon Sleepy Hollow in adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. The fireplace where they told the gruesome tale, the floor where they danced with that one way too over excited woman. I recomend it for anyone who's in that area during dinner time. This along with Pecos bill, and Village Haus are my favs in the park.
We ate lunch here November, 2013. What a treat! We normally don't do lunch during our Disney visits but sure glad we visited Liberty Tree Tavern!! We had cheeseburgers and the turkey dinner. I was pleasantly surprised that the turkey was not dry at all, and the green beans? WONDERFUL!!!!! The Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake.. slap yer momma good!! Service was fabulous as well. We were seated within 5 minutes of our ADR time.
Liberty Tree Tavern is a table service restaurant in Liberty Square at the Magic Kingdom. Lunch is a traditional a la Carte menu, with dinner offering a family-style all you care to eat menu. Characters no longer appear at this restaurant.