How could you not want to eat at Liberty Tree Tavern after seeing a photo of Martha Washington’s Chocolate Cake? And yes, that is the name of the dessert pictured below. Oddly enough, I took a photo of the cake, but not of any of our main dishes. Coincidence? Probably not…I know what the most important part of the meal is and I learned that from my grandma. My grandma’s favorite place to eat in all of Walt Disney World is Liberty Tree Tavern in Magic Kingdom. The restaurant is themed as if you are in the 13 Colonies during the American Revolutionary War. For lunch, you can order off of a menu but for dinner, the food is family style and the main characters usually make an appearance in colonial outfits. This restaurant is one of the few sit down restaurants in Magic Kingdom so definitely make reservations ahead of time. The last few times we have ate here for lunch, the cast members have had to inform walk ups that there are no availabilities at all for the DAY, which led to some very disappointed and hungry guests.
While you are waiting to eat, there are fun coloring pages with crayons at the tables in the lobby. Coloring is not just for kids, especially at Walt Disney World so feel free to color a picture of Colonial Minnie. Once your table, is ready they will announce “Please welcome the ____ Family from the Colony of _____(if the state was a colony in 1776). Each of my family members has their favorite dish at Liberty Tree Tavern. My sister and my dad’s favorite is the Colony Salad with Grilled Chicken which I give two thumbs up as well and she took a photo of it so I included that below (Thanks Sis!). The salad has iceberg lettuce, cranberries, cheddar cheese, a yummy dressing, and grilled chicken. Another family favorite is the Pilgrim’s Feast which is basically Thanksgiving dinner but for lunch. Since I only eat Thanksgiving food at Thanksgiving, this is not the dish I order. I usually order the Freedom Pasta dish or the Colony Salad…depending on what type of mood I am in. The Freedom pasta is very good, however, it does have a LOT of vegetables. For dessert, I always go with Martha Washington’s Chocolate Cake which is so decadent. My aunt and grandma split the fruit crisp for dessert last March and said that was delicious as well. I don’t think you can go wrong with any dish here!
The one negative of this restaurant is that the restrooms are upstairs and a little tough to get to, so I would suggest using the restroom before or after lunch. Also Liberty Square does not have a restroom so you will need to walk over to Adventureland or Frontierland.
Well I am not sure about how you feel right now, but writing this post made me hungry! (And also made me want to fly to Disney right now!)