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Eating Thanksgiving at Walt Disney World Part Three

Hey Yall! Can you believe tomorrow is the big day? Monday I shared where to eat in the resorts for Thanksgiving lunch and dinner. Yesterday we went over where to eat at EPCOT. Today I am going to cover the rest of Walt Disney World. This is going to be a fast and exhilarating ride. Let’s strap in and dive in head first.

Empty plates at Liberty Tree Tavern

The other day I showed you the food at Liberty Tree Tavern. Here’s what it looks like later …

Let’s start with the Magic Kingdom. There are only 2 restaurants to eat a Thanksgiving meal at in the Magic Kingdom. First guests can enjoy lunch or dinner at the Liberty Tree Tavern. There guests can choose from a Traditional American Holiday menu. At the Diamond Horseshoe (only open seasonally) guests can order their favorites for dinner.

Guests visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios can grab a buffet lunch or dinner at Hollywood and Vine. Over in Animal Kingdom the Tusker House Restaurant will be serving an interesting mix of African and American favorites on their buffet. Guests can stop in for lunch or dinner and enjoy the interesting foods.

The last place I want to tell you about that is serving lunch and dinner for Thanksgiving is Planet Hollywood in Disney Springs. This restaurant will have a holiday themed menu available. I want to pause right here and now and tell you that all of the restaurants at Walt Disney World will be open on Thanksgiving Day. The ones I have told you about in this post and my other two posts are offering special Thanksgiving themed meals.

If you want do not want to eat a Thanksgiving meal feel free to choose any of the other wonderful Walt Disney World restaurants and I am sure you will have a magical time. If you want a Thanksgiving meal pick from any of the ones I have gone over this week. My suggestion is to enjoy your day in the park of your choice and make sure to get there early to avoid overcrowding. Then when the park does get a too crowded go to one of the resorts offering a Thanksgiving meal and enjoy it in peace and quiet with your family.

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