It’s that time of year again and everyone loves a March Madness style showdown! This year, we’re putting Walt Disney World Quick Service restaurants head-to-head to see which one will reign supreme! Will your favorite win out? Listen and find out!
You know us here at Dole Whipped, we love to talk about food! This week we’re talking all about our favorite quick service locations at the Magic Kingdom! We let you know where you can get traditional theme park fare as well as some other dishes that go beyond what you might normally expect to see.
One of my favorite things to discuss about Disney is FOOD! While Epcot is my favorite place to grab a quick meal in Disney World, the Magic Kingdom has no shortage of delicious bites either. Today I’m going to give you my four favorite places to grab a quick meal/hearty snack at the Magic Kingdom!
1) Corn Dog Nuggets at Casey’s– This is by far my favorite quick meal at the Magic Kingdom. Casey’s Corn Dog Nuggets are perfect to grab and eat on the go. Seating is often hard to come by over at Casey’s, so getting a cup of nuggets and eating while walking down Main Street USA is a good lunch for me!
2) Taco Salad at Pecos Bill Tall Tall Inn and Cafe– The taco salad at Pecos Bill’s is a perfect lunch. You get ground beef in a taco shell bowl, and then have free run of the toppings bar to make the salad just how you’d like it. With grilled onions, grilled mushrooms, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, shredded cheese, salsa and more you can put on everything you like and leave off what you don’t. Sounds good to me!
3) Waffle Sandwiches from Sleepy Hollow– There really isn’t much I can say about these but WOW. Sleepy Hollow has several choices for Waffle Sandwiches (more like Waffle Tacos, with the waffle wrapped around the filling) but the two most popular are the Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle and the Sweet and Spicy Chicken Waffle. They’re both amazing, but absolutely gigantic. I recommend sharing!
4) Lobster Roll at Columbia Harbor House– I love Columbia Harbor House! The location is a little set back and away from the hustle and bustle of the Magic Kingdom. My tip for this place is to head upstairs and find a table there. It’s often much quieter than downstairs, and you can sit by a window and people watch (another favorite hobby of mine). The lobster roll is really good, and only costs $10 with a bag of chips. I’m a big fan of seafood and the salmon and fish and chips were great here too. A lot of people don’t know about Columbia Harbor House, so I consider it a “Hidden Gem”. You won’t regret stopping here for a meal!
So, what did I miss? Where else should I grab a quick bite at the Magic Kingdom on my next trip?