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Sleepy Hollow


Sleepy Hollow Refreshments at Magic Kingdom has become a fan favorite over the years, often having sizable lines for this small spot.  Tucked away in Liberty Square with gorgeous side views of Cinderella Castle, it is easy to miss but a treat to find.  Sleepy Hollow's menu consists of waffles, corn dogs and funnel cakes, although people typically come here for the waffles.  In the morning you can score a fruit and Nutella waffle for breakfast and later in the day you can get a spicy chicken and waffle sandwich.

Because they are so busy, everything is fresh and tasty!  You can even peek the Cast Member's deep frying the goodies behind the cashier when you order.  The chicken and waffle "sandwich" is a personal favorite of mine, it's just such a nice change of pace from burgers and chicken fingers.  At time of writing it is $11.29 and a pretty filling option for the price.  On the menu it is described as "Sweet-and-Spicy Chicken-Waffle Sandwich: Broccoli Slaw with a Honey-Sriracha Glaze served with House-made Chips."  I believe our chips were served on the side for the waffles unlike in the same vessel as the corn dog. It does have a hint of spice that was too much for our 10 year old, but the corn dog is a safe pick for pickier eaters.

Sleepy Hollow is also home to one of the many 50th Anniversary treats - a Haunted Mansion inspired beverage.  The straw is super fun, and the beverage was a great refresher on a hot Florida day.
Because of the popularity of the waffles and small size, seating can be limited here.  But if you are just patient, people are usually good about getting up when they are done and you can grab a table for yourself.  We've also been known to catch a character cavalcade go by while we were waiting!

Sleepy Hollow has become a regular stop on my Magic Kingdom days.  What's your favorite lunch stop in the park?  Let us know in the comments below!


Maci Schau
Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks.  You can email Maci at maci@kingdomkonsultant.com.


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