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3 Best Quick Service Places to Eat in Magic Kingdom

When it comes to going to Disney on a budget, many people believe that it means only eating junk food. While a trip to Disney should involve indulging on some great treats, you can still eat well-balanced meals if you know the best quick-service places to eat in Magic Kingdom.

Pinnochio Village Haus

Magic Kingdom has several quick service options throughout the park.

You will find a little bit of everything from hot dogs at Casey’s Corner and Pizza at Pinnochio Village Haus to better quality options like salmon at Columbia Harbour House and Fajitas at Pecos Bills.

Quick Service Magic Kingdom Restaurant Options

  • Casey’s Corner- Main Street USA
  • Sleepy Hollow Inn– Liberty Square
  • Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe– Frontierland
  • Columbia Harbour House- Liberty Square
  • Pinocchio Village Haus-Fantasyland
  • Tortuga Tavern- Adventureland
  • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe- Tomorrowland
  • Tomorrowland Terrace- Tomorrowland
  • Gaston’s Tavern– Fantasyland
  • Friar’s Nook- Fantasyland
  • Golden Oak Outpost- Frontierland

With this many choices, it may be hard to decide where to eat.

If you are looking for something beyond chicken nuggets and burgers, we have some great ideas for quick-service meals to enjoy.

3 Best Quick Service Places to Eat in Magic Kingdom

Columbia Harbor House

1. Columbia Harbour House

If you are in the mood for seafood, Columbia Harbour House is the best quick-service Magic Kingdom restaurant.

Located on the corner of Liberty Square, just diagonal from Haunted Manion, is this air-conditioned restaurant that has plenty of seating and various seafood options.

Some of the delicious choices include Lobster Rolls, Grilled Salmon, or Fried Shrimp & Fish. Prices range from $12.49-$15.99.

Pecos Bills in Frontierland

2. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Cafe

This unassuming restaurant located in Frontierland has undergone a menu change in the past few years.

While once heavily focused on burgers and barbeque, now Pecos Bill offers a Southwestern-themed menu.

Guests can dine on tacos, fajitas and burrito rice bowls.

Portions are really large, so you could easily split meals between two people if you aren’t that hungry or on a budget. 

The best part of dining here is the topping bar which has all your taco fixings as well as guacamole! Prices range from $9.49-$14.99.

Tortuga Tavern

3. Tortuga Tavern

This pirate-themed restaurant can be found across from Pirates of the Caribbean and features an eclectic mix of food options.

Choose from common park fare like Pulled Pork Sandwiches and Hot Dogs or venture out and have something a bit more obscure like Orange Chicken Strips or a Peanut Butter, Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread, and Banana Sandwich!

It has a nice section for indoor seating and onsite bathrooms.

Guide to Eating Quick Service at Magic Kingdom

If you want to only eat at quick service restaurants while you are in Magic Kingdom, you don’t have some choices.

These are the places I would suggest dining for breakfast, lunch & dinner on your day at the Magic Kingdom:

Sleepy Holllow Inn

Breakfast at Sleepy Hollow Inn

Sleepy Hollow Inn is a breakfast favorite. Serving some of the BEST waffles in all of Disney, you can’t go wrong with anything.

Menu options include a traditional waffle topped with fruit & Nutella, the breakfast egg and cheese waffle sandwich, or a Mickey Waffle with cinnamon & sugar!

Lunch at Tortuga Tavern

Tortuga Tavern is the logical lunch choice since the menu is more like a heavy snack than a full-on meal. This means that you can have a quick meal before heading out to ride Pirates of the Caribbean.

Fajitas at Pecos Bill

Dinner at Harbour House or Pecos Bills

Your last meal of the day should be determined by what you are in the mood for. If you love seafood, then hit Harbour House.

If you have a hankering for Tex-Mex, then you should eat at Pecos Bills.

Just because you are eating a Quick Service meal doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality food!

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