When you endeavor to adventure into Magic Kingdom alone, do not forget to plan ahead for dining! Know where the scrumptious options stand, with easy access for solo travelers and those that may require a reservation.
Located at the end of Main Street USA, before reaching Cinderella’s Castle, is Casey’s Corner. This grab-and-go restaurant features beloved American classics, from savory hot dogs to crispy fries. With its outdoor pavilion located with a sightline to the castle, Casey’s Corner is ideal for the solo traveler wishing to grab a quick lunch with a picturesque view.
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
For rich, mouthwatering Southwest Mexican cuisine — with no need for a reservation — look to Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe at the intersection of Adventureland and Frontierland. With chips and guacamole on the menu, Pecos Bill’s also serves as an excellent snack outlet before hopping over to Splash Mountain or Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
Be Our Guest Restaurant
Even for solo adventurers, consider booking a reservation in advance for the Be Our Guest Restaurant. This immersive and magical dining experience whisks guests through the Beast’s castle in the heart of Fantasyland — one of our favorite dishes to taste is the gray stuff. Trust us, it’s delicious!
The Diamond Horseshoe
If you have whipped up an appetite meeting characters and creating magical memories, stop by the dinner buffet at The Diamond Horseshoe in Liberty Square. It’s classically American supper offers buttered corn, baked beans, mouthwatering turkey, scrumptious vegetables, and many more. Find a seat at the Diamond Horseshoe and fill up your belly to prep for more extra magic hours at the park.
Aloha Isle’s Dole Whip
For a yummy dessert while trekking through Adventureland, stop by Aloha Isle to taste the legendary dole whip. This infamous Walt Disney World treat comes in its classic pineapple flavor in addition to vanilla, orange, and a blended swirl. Sample the treat all for yourself — and don’t feel guilty about not sharing!
Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe
You only have twenty minutes before your FastPass to ride Space Mountain. Where can you grab a quick burger or a healthy salad? Consider chowing down at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe, located across the way from the Tomorrowland Speedway. With three bays available with varying foods on which to munch, lines move quickly for the rushed solo adventurer.
Thirsty from maneuvering your way through the Magic Kingdom? You need to pick up LeFou’s Brew from Gaston’s Tavern. This non-alcoholic beverage tastes reminiscent to an apple cider — but with more foam and cream than the typical drink. After picking up your mug, don’t forget to take a selfie with the infamous Gaston statue standing charmingly — and menacingly — outside of the tavern.
Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen
Before heading to the center of the park to watch the fireworks, enjoy a relaxing dinner at the Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen. With cuisines from Asia, South America, and Africa, no two meals at this oasis are the same. Embrace each exotic flavor by sampling treats like “quicksand” jasmine rice pudding and a mango-infused sorbet.