If you're looking for a quick spot to get a bit to eat at the Magic Kingdom, the Liberty Square Market may be the place for you! This breezy open-air marketplace consists of several carts and coolers that serve up some delicious food incredibly fast. Located under and around the portico next to the Hall of Presidents the market offers outdoor seating for guests to take a break and grab a bite.
The colonial feeling of Liberty Square pervades the marketplace with it's wooden carts and barrel holding self-serve grab and go goods. A variety of refreshments are on the menu here including: hot dogs, baked sweet potatoes, chips, whole fruit, cranberry trail mix from Ocean Spray (the market's sponsor), chocolate chip cookies, frozen slushes and bottled beverages by Coco-Cola. If there's a bigger hole in your stomach that needs to be filled, the carts that you'll find within the seating area offer heartier fare including two fairly new hot sandwich options and turkey legs. Ahhh yes, the drumsticks with a deep smoked flavor that gives the treat and almost ham-like quality have their own cult following and are served up here by the thousands.
Whether you're coming through for a snack or looking for an easy meal, the Liberty Square Market has something to satisfy your need. Have you always thought that Disney's world famous Turkey Legs were more meal than snack? At the market guests using a Disney Dining Plan can enjoy a Turkey Leg, Chips, Dessert & Single-serving beverage for one quick serve credit.
There's a little extra magic tucked away in this location too! The market is home to a Sorcerer's of the Magic Kingdom Portal, and guests playing the interactive game can often be seen battling villains in their quest to save the Park from an evil plot.
To me the brilliance of the Liberty Square Market is the logistical ease with which guests can traverse the square to grab fast refreshment without having to take much time out of their touring strategy. It replicates the bustling trade that would be done on the streets of colonial America without intruding into the walkways filled with tourists moving to and fro. This restaurant without walls is quick, casual, place to grab something good to eat while enjoying the atmosphere of the Magic Kingdom's Liberty Square.
Is the Liberty Square Market a regular stop in your touring list? What's your favorite treat to grab and go? Leave a comment and let us know!