One of my favorite restaurants in Disney World is Liberty Tree Tavern. Located in Liberty Square, the dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern features an all you can eat Family Style buffet. Keeping to it’s American roots, the food here is something a kin to a Thanksgiving dinner with roast Turkey and all the trimmings. Be sure to bring your appetite (and if you don’t have a FREE Disney dining plan, your wallet too).
Dinners at Liberty Tree Tavern
Your meal will begin with a fresh tossed salad and yeast rolls. As I stated, food is served family-style, so there is a large portion (of everything) brought out to share. Don’t worry about not having enough, because you can always request more.
Don’t over-indulge on the bread, because you want to leave plenty of room for the main course. For dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern, you’ll be given a Patriot’s Platter of meats to choose from (turkey breast, roast beef and pork tenderloin) along with mashed potatoes, mac n cheese, green beans, sauteed mixed vegetables and gravy. Everything is amazingly good.
You will be stuffed, but you cannot miss out on dessert. I chose Jonny Appleseed’s cake filled with apples and dried cranberries. The combination of the warm cake and cold creamy ice cream is the perfect combination. If that isn’t your thing, Ooey Gooey toffee cake with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream is also available.
The decor is very much Colonial American. Nothing fancy, just simple and traditional for the era. Each room commemorates an important person from U.S. history. You will find rooms dedicated to:
- Benjamin Franklin
- Thomas Jefferson
- John Paul Jones
- Paul Revere
- Betsy Ross
- George Washington
We dined in the Benjamin Franklin room. As you can see, Ben is prominently displayed as are other objects that would more than likely been in a home during his lifetime. You know that I always like using Disney as an Educational Experience, so this is a great place for kids to learn about US History while enjoying a meal.
Have you had a chance to check out Liberty Tree Tavern? What did you think?