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Liberty Tree Tavern Dinner Review


Liberty Tree Tavern is a table service restaurant in Magic Kingdom's Liberty Square.  If you aren't specifically looking for it, it can be easy to pass by as it so perfectly blends in with the atmosphere of the land.  Liberty Tree Tavern serves a family-style feast which reminds many of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.  Our party of 8 dined here to celebrate a birthday and had a wonderful time! 


The inside of the restaurant has a cozy home-like feeling which goes wonderfully with the comfort food they serve. There's a nice waiting area inside with tables and coloring pages (pre-social distancing) for kids if your table isn't ready when you arrive.  With the social distancing in place, there are large dots on the ground for your party to claim and wait in your own space. 


The meal starts with a wonderful salad that everyone in our party enjoyed. The Declaration Salad is a simple tossed mixed greens with a house-made dressing.  There are also some delicious dinner rolls and cornbread to start off the meal.


The main event is of course, the feast!  The Patriot's Platter includes three meats, roasted turkey breast, pot roast, and oven-roasted pork and is accompanied by mashed potatoes, seasonal veggies, herb stuffing and mac and cheese.


We really enjoyed everything but the stand-out dishes for us were the pot roast, the mac and cheese, and surprisingly, the green beans.  We asked for more and of course they obliged with the all-you-care-to-eat feast!

If you are a smaller party, you will enjoy all the same delicious items, but they will bring smaller servings of each to start.  However, you are still welcome to order more of anything that you wish!  We also tried the plant-based options, with the main meal, this was a Impossible™ Meatloaf: Plant-based Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes, Mushroom Gravy, and Seasonal Vegetables.

Impossible Meatloaf
Servings for a party of 2
We rounded out our meal with the slightly famous Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake.  We were all already stuffed but enjoyed a few bites to close out the meal.  We also sampled the plant-based dessert offering, an apple cake, it was delicious!

Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake
Plant Based Dessert: Johnny Appleseed's Warm Apple Cake
Specialty cocktails (made with wine and beer) are available as well as wine and beers by the glass at dinner.  They were a great accompaniment to the meal and helped elevate the experience for our group!

White wine and Sangria
What are your thoughts on Liberty Tree Tavern?  Let us know in the comments below!

*Updated September 2020.
*Some images are prior to social distancing measures. 
*In-park dining at table-service restaurants requires a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on the same date for each person in your party ages 3 and up. Dining reservations do not guarantee admission to the park.

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