Liberty Tree Tavern is located in Liberty Square inside Magic Kingdom. We made reservations ahead of time with our travel agent so we were guaranteed a spot to the restaurants that we wanted to check out.
They do all you can eat dinner buffet. The food is pretty standard, but it can be modified for those who have certain allergies.
We checked in when it was our time, but it was very busy, so all reservations were bumped back by 15 minutes. The interior looks pretty cool.
It feels like we were transported back in time to an 18th century American Inn.
Dinner is $33 for people over the age of 10 and $19 for those that are 9 and under.
Everyone gets to share:
- Declaration salad
- Patriots platter
- Johnny Appleseed’s Tart
I went with Unsweetened Iced Tea with Lemon and M got his Coke. It was a super hot day, so we were so happy there is unlimited refills. Our server was very good at refilling our drinks without us asking.
Warn dinner rolls arrived with honey butter.
Declaration Salad is shared among the table and there is tossed mixed greens with house-made dressing. It was nice to have a salad that’s refreshing compared to the carb heavy meals we had earlier in the day.
The Patriot’s Platter arrived with mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, green beans on the first plate. All these sides were really good.
On the second plate, there was roasted turkey breast, pot roast, tavern ham, and stuffing. The turkey was a bit dry, but the ham and pot roast were really good.
Of course, there was also a big bow of gravy too. This was good to put on the turkey to counteract the dryness.
Johnny Appleseed’s Tart has baked apples, cinnamon, cranberries on top of a pastry shell. It is also served with vanilla ice cream. I wasn’t a fan of this dessert as it was very sweet.
Overall, the meal was pretty good compared to the other casual dining restaurants in Disney World. If you are a large eater, a buffet like this will be worth the money.
We Rate Liberty Tree Tavern:
4600 World Dr., Orlando, FL
Liberty Square – Magic Kingdom