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Liberty Inn is closed and changing to Regal Eagle Smokehouse
Liberty Inn is the restaurant in the American Adventure Pavilion. It serves true American food. Fast food. Come on Disney. Can’t you come up with something more original for your flagship plaza than fast food. Hamburgers, hot dogs, and chicken sandwiches all served with FRENCH fries. All of the other pavilions have a full-service sit down restaurant specializing in native cuisine. Not America.
So you ask what is American cuisine. Why not something like barbeque or maybe a big buffet or something. Anything would be better than more wheat bun hamburgers and hot dogs.
Photo by DTrigger05
Amazingly enough this American food restaurant is located in Epcot’s American Adventure Pavilion in the middle of the World Showcase.
It opens at around 11am and closes around the time the park closes.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. It has the same menu for both.
- Double Cheeseburger
- Chicken Breast Nugget
- BBQ Pork Sandwich
- Roast Beef and Cheddar
- Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap
- Hot Dog with chili
- Veggie Burger
Meals are served with a choice of fries or grapes. The Pork Sandwich comes with coleslaw and the Beef and Cheddar comes with Sun Chips. Prices run from $6.50 to around $9.00.
Kids meals are for kids ages 9 and under. They come with grapes and carrot sticks choice of bottled water, milk, or apple juice. The meals cost $5.00.
- Grilled Chicken Wrap
- Chicken Nuggets
- Peanut Butter and Jelly
- Baked Apple Dumpling
- Rocky Road Chocolate Brownie Mousse
- Mickey’s Crisped Rice Treat
- No-Sugar Added Brownie
The Brownies and Rice Treat are $2.50 and the Dumpling and the Mousse are $3.59.
Disney Quick Service Restaurant
This restaurant is considered a Quick Service Restaurant for the Disney Dining Plan.
All Disney Restaurants are non-smoking.
Dad’s Bottom Line
Disney has hit the bottom of the barrel with this one. You won’t find it unless you need to go to the bathroom, or know where your going. The food is unexciting. Disney needs to make up their mind and not try to mix healthy food with unhealthy food. Yes, give a choice, but serving a double cheeseburger with grapes?