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  Home > Walt Disney World > Dining > Restaurant Reviews > Liberty Tree Tavern - Lunch  

Liberty Tree Tavern
Located in the
Magic Kingdom Park

The cast member who had just given the pronouncement that the Evans’ Family from the great Territory of Florida would now be seated was now leading us through the multi tiered dining area of this is a recreation of a colonial inn.

Having been directed to a table near the back of the restaurant we accepted the menus we were handed and the reassurance that our server would be right with us. As we settled in I noticed that although this is a rather large restaurant the way it is broken up into smaller more intimate sections provided both a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere. The subdued lighting along with this subdued environment was a welcomed break from the Florida sun and the crowded theme park we had found that morning.

Our server was quick to appear and take our drink orders, so we turned our attention to the menus and the lunch items it offered. I was surprised at the limited number of sandwiches offerings, which included only three to be exact and lone salad from which to choose from. The menu seemed to be dominated by more complete entrees, including such noon time favorites as “New England Pot Roast” and “Pilgrims' Feast”, which is consisted of roast turkey with herb bread dressing, mashed potatoes and a garden vegetable.

We settled on the “Old Glory”, which is a 1/2 pound burger topped with bacon and cheddar or mushrooms and provolone, served with French fried potatoes.

Our hamburger was cooked medium well, but still managed to be juicy and delicious.

The relaxed manner that our server displayed and the familiarity it in encourage was enough for us to join in conversations with guests that were seated at tables nearest to us.
The simple conversation, the comfortable atmosphere, the friendly and efficient service provided us a welcomed break from the theme park crowds. So in the end the limited selection of my lunch time favorites was overcome by the relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere.

Old Glory - 1/2 pound burger topped with bacon and cheddar or mushrooms and provolone, served with French fried potatoes $10.99 (burgers cooked well done unless specified)


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