Where To Find The Best American-Style Food At Disney World

Disney World is well-known for its wide variety of foods, including tastes from other countries and cultures. But if adventurous eating isn’t your thing, you are visiting from overseas, or you find yourself craving good old-fashioned American cuisine, there are several fantastic dining options for you. American-style food is somewhat of a specialty for Disney restaurants. Here are the best restaurants in Disney World that serve American-style food.

Liberty Tree Tavern – Magic Kingdom

Located within Magic Kingdom‘s Liberty Square, Liberty Tree Tavern is about as all-American as you can get! Liberty Tree Tavern is modeled after a colonial-style inn and serves an all-you-care-to-enjoy American feast. The meal is served family-style and includes a mixed-greens salad, roasted turkey, pot roast, roasted pork, mashed potatoes, seasonal veggies, stuffing, and macaroni and cheese. The feast ends with a goey toffee cake. An assortment of domestic beers, wines, and cocktails are also available. This experience is currently priced at $42 per adult and $23 per child for dinner.

Disney Liberty Tree Tavern
Delicious American Food at Liberty Tree Tavern.

50s Prime Time Cafe – Hollywood Studios

If you’re looking for a casual sit-down restaurant serving American food from a different era gone by then you’ll adore 50s Prime Time Cafe at Hollywood Studios. 50s Prime Time Cafe is like stepping into a time capsule of mom’s kitchen from the 1950s. Old-fashioned TVs play old tv show clips while you enjoy a nice TV dinner with your family. Mom prepared your favorites: fried chicken, pot pie, meatloaf, pot roast, and more. Homemade desserts like pineapple upside down cake are available as a finishing touch.

50s Primetime Cafe
A Sampling of Mom’s Favorite Recipes at 50s Primetime Cafe.

Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ – Disney Springs

Thinking of a day at Disney Springs? Great American-style food can be found at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ at Disney Springs. Award-winning chef Art Smith takes home-cooked meals to a new level at this restaurant serving fried chicken, burgers, ribs, deviled eggs, and more. A special brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday and includes donuts, biscuits, fried chicken, short rib hash, and an assortment of boozy cocktails.

Homecomin Brunch
Homecomin’ Brunch. Photo: Disney

Regal Eagle Smokehouse – EPCOT

Pressed for time? There are plenty of quick-service restaurants serving great American-style food including Regal Eagle Smokehouse in the America Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase. Regal Eagle Smokehouse is true to its name and serves a variety of smoked meats with an assortment of delicious BBQ sauces to choose from. Regal Eagle serves ribs, chicken, brisket, and BBQ cheeseburgers as well as American side dishes like baked beans, macaroni and cheese, and coleslaw. Guests can indulge in banana pudding or a smores brownie for dessert.

American BBQ at Regal Eagle
American BBQ at Regal Eagle. Photo: Disney

PizzeRizzo – Hollywood Studios

Another quick-service restaurant that offers American food is PizzeRizzo at Hollywood Studios. American-style pizza is the specialty dish at this fun Muppets-themed pizzeria. At Rizzo’s restaurant guests can indulge in a variety of pizzas including pepperoni, sausage, and veggie. Meatball subs and salads are also served, as well as cannoli’s for dessert.

Pizzas come with a side salad at PizzeRizzo. Photo: Emily Murray

Restaurantosaurus – Animal Kingdom

There are many restaurants at Animal Kingdom for adventurous eaters, but Restaurantosaurus is there for those who prefer something more familiar. Themed after a restaurant at a paleontologist’s dig site, Restaurantosaurus serves up hot dogs and chili dogs, chicken breast nuggets, burgers, fried chicken salad, and fries.

Restaurantosaurus Photo: Disney

When you visit Disney World do you prefer to be more adventurous with your dining or stick to what you know? Let us know in the comments below!

Written by

Megan Woodard

Contributing Writer

Megan was born into a Disney family. Her first trip to Disney World was when she was only 18 months old. Now as an adult, Megan loves to share the magic of Disney with her two toddlers. Keeping up with Disney news and Disney World knowledge is a fun hobby for Megan. Disney World is her favorite place to be and continuously brings back her childhood joy.

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