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5 Must-Try Quick Service Restaurants in Magic Kingdom

Most of us schedule a day or two at the iconic Magic Kingdom when traveling to Walt Disney World. Because of this, most of us will also need to have at least one, if not more, meals while in Magic Kingdom.

Suppose you are looking for a quick meal while at Magic Kindom; there are a handful of options you can choose from during your day. We will share five quick-service spots in Magic Kingdom for the next meal at Magic Kingdom.

Sleepy Hollow Waffles
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5. Sleepy Hollow- Liberty Square

One of the best spots for all meals at Magic Kingdom is Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square. Not only does the menu provide a lot of sweet and savory options, but the view is also magical. Located right next to Cinderella Castle, Sleepy Hollow shouldn’t be skipped.

The most popular breakfast item found here is the fresh fruit waffle sandwich. This delicious waffle includes fresh strawberries, bananas, and blueberries with a sweet chocolate hazelnut spread.

The lunch and supper menu does tend to change, so make sure you check the app for the most up-to-date offerings, but the one we highly recommend and is a staple here is the sweet and spicy chicken waffle sandwich. Again on a fresh waffle, a honey-sriracha glazed chicken with a delicious broccoli slaw is added to make a fantastic meal.

We are thrilled that Sleepy Hollow now also provides a mobile ordering for Guests. It is a popular option for meals and snacks, and lines get incredibly long. Use mobile ordering to reserve your spot and skip the long lines.

This spot is breathtaking and delicious as we can enjoy a great meal in the beautiful castle and main street. It doesn’t get much better than that.

Columbia Harbour House
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4. Columbia Harbour House- Liberty Square

If you are looking for something a little more unique, try out Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square. This location is open for lunch and dinner and provides a vast seating area.

Columbia Harbour House is a good option for those traveling with picky eaters. They can still get their classic Disney chicken nuggets, while others try New England-style foods.

Fish, shrimp, lobster rolls, clam chowder, and outstanding sides. Choose from fresh vegetables or hushpuppies, which are both filling choices. We recommend looking to see if the combination platter is available. This often combines fish, shrimp, and chicken nuggets, making it an excellent sharable option.

We mentioned the vast seating area—head upstairs, where you can find a quieter seating area and great views of Liberty Square. We will say it repeatedly, using mobile ordering to avoid those long meal timelines.

Caseys Corner Magic Kingdom
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3. Casey’s Corner- Main Street, U.S.A.

From unique to classic, it wouldn’t be a trip to Magic Kingdom without a stop at Casey’s Corner. You can find hot dogs, corn dog nuggets, and classic Disney fries here. This menu is limited but fresh and delicious.

We love planning our meals to enjoy a stage show, parade, or cavalcade while eating. Seating is tough here, so you might have to be creative. Sometimes we find it easier to picnic on the hub grass instead of trying to snag a table right outside Casey’s.

Kids will love the classic hot dogs and nuggets, whereas adults can enjoy the chili-cheese foot-long. Located right outside the central hub, Casey’s Corner is a perfect location to have a meal and enjoy the beautiful view of the castle as well as the cavalcades and all the magic that takes place on Main Street, U.S.A.

Pecos Bill Magic Kingdom
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2. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe- Frontierland

Like Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square, Pecos Bill’s has a significant dining location on the main level and an upper level that provides additional seats.

Here you will find tacos, fajitas, salads, and even cheeseburgers. Don’t forget an order of churros with dipping sauce; you won’t regret it. Some bowls and platters here can give you some choices if you want lighter options. Pecos Bills have many choices, making it an excellent spot for families and larger groups.

Friar's Nook in Fantasyland
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1. The Friair’s Nook- Fantasyland

This location in Fantasyland has quickly become a favorite for breakfast and a quick snack throughout the day. It is a much smaller location but offers fun, unique options on the menu.

We love the donuts and breakfast sandwich that comes on a buttery croissant with delicious tater tots.

There is a mixture of different tot bowls that you can choose from, making sure everyone has the chance to get what they want. The creamy bacon macaroni and cheese tots are great for the little ones, whereas the loaded buffalo chicken tots are fun for adults looking for something spicy.

Friar’s Nook also offers mobile ordering, making getting your food leisurely. It can get swamped, so plan and be ready to wait for a little, even for mobile orders.

There isn’t a shortage of dining locations throughout Magic Kingdom, but these five quick-service options provide unique menu options and typically more seating areas. Consider what type of dining you are looking for and use that to guide which of these must-try quick-service locations should be your top pick.

No matter where you choose to eat, make sure you use mobile ordering through the My Disney Experience app. This will help you avoid long lines when everyone is hungry and ready to sit down. Remember, you can book these early in the morning, so get them in early.

Related: Must Experiences Rides in Magic Kingdom

Related: Ultimate Guide to Quick Service Dining at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Jennifer Retzlaff

Jennifer became a lifelong Disney fan during her first trip to Walt Disney World in 6th grade. From that moment, Disney became a big part of her life. She quickly started to introduce her love of Disney to her family with a Disney honeymoon and then family trips when her youngest was 18 months old. She loves the magic that Disney brings to people through theme parks, cruises, and adventures. As a teacher, she tries to bring Disney magic into her classroom to help kids believe that “If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It.” She is also part of the Magic Vacation Planner team as a personal travel advisor. With this team, she can now help others plan magical vacations. She loves bringing her love to Disney to readers with How to Disney.

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