Restaurants are still reopening all around Disney World lately.
We recently looked at the newly reopened Tokyo Dining in EPCOT, and Boma at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge (which was the first buffet to return to Disney World). Now, another restaurant is back, this time in the Magic Kingdom!
The Diamond Horseshoe is an Old West-themed restaurant in Magic Kingdom’s Liberty Square that’s designed to look like an old-time Music Hall. The food here is usually holiday-inspired (think Thanksgiving dinner), and right now they’re serving up dishes from the Liberty Tree Tavern, located nearby.
The Diamond Horseshoe is all-you-care-to-enjoy and serves food family-style, with dishes like roasted turkey, pot roast, and homemade mac and cheese. This meal costs $39 for adults and $21 for kids 9 and under.
The Diamond Horseshoe is back open! pic.twitter.com/JuTj7cQylQ
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We’re heading into this newly reopened spot to take a look at what might have changed with the experience and food. Today, guests were able to walk up and request a table, but we had a reservation and checked in through the My Disney Experience app!
Inside, we were taken to our table and seated, enjoying the Wild West atmosphere!
The starter was a tossed salad with Mixed Greens, Tomatoes, and Cucumber with Honey-Shallot Vinaigrette.
For the main course, we got the Saloon Feast, which included Roasted Turkey Breast, Pot Roast, Oven-roasted Pork, Herb Stuffing…
…Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables…
…and House-made Macaroni and Cheese!
The dessert was Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake, which is Vanilla Toffee Cake smothered in Chocolate Sauce and topped with Vanilla Ice Cream.
Keep following AllEars for more information about all the reopening restaurants in Disney World!
Is Diamond Horseshoe a must-visit for you in Disney World? Let us know in the comments!