Delicious Meals On-The-Go At Disney World's Magic Kingdom

In the Magic Kingdom, it’s pretty typical for a person to find themselves having way too much fun to stop and eat. Fortunately, there are a few on-the-go meal options available in the Magic Kingdom, so you can eat quickly and get right back to the magic.

These snacks can take a bit of digging to find on your own, so we’ve done all the work for you and created a list of what we think are the top ten options and where you can find them.

In the Magic Kingdom, it’s pretty typical for a person to find themselves having way too much fun to stop and eat. Fortunately, there are a few on-the-go meal options available in the Magic Kingdom, so you can eat quickly and get right back to the magic.

These snacks can take a bit of digging to find on your own, so we’ve done all the work for you and created a list of what we think are the top ten options and where you can find them.

1. Breakfast Sandwiches (Main Street Bakery)

While the sandwiches in the Main Street Bakery are literally exact replicas of the breakfast fare served at any Starbucks, we still feel they are a good option in certain situations. These sandwiches are pretty tasty and offer a filling, protein-packed breakfast option for Disney fans on the go. Moreover, they’re only $5—a good value when compared to other options found throughout the parks.

2. Ham-and-Cheese Stuffed Pretzel (The Lunching Pad, Gaston’s Tavern, and Prince Eric’s Village Market)

Though it may not seem like much, the ham-and-cheese stuffed pretzel—served at various locations in the Magic Kingdom—is actually both yummy and filling. This makes it the perfect quick lunch for those who just can’t stop to sit down.

These pretzel pockets of cheesy goodness can be purchased at The Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland, or at Gaston’s Tavern in New Fantasyland. They have also been recently added to the menu at Prince Eric’s Village Market, and though the price is a bit higher at this location, it does include a side of chips.







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