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Fuel Your 24-Hour Party Fun at Magic Kingdom Park on May 22

We’re gearing up to have the Coolest Summer Ever at Walt Disney World Resort, and what better way to kick it off than with a 24-Hour party at Magic Kingdom Park?

I have a few tips for finding great bites during the 24-Hour Party at Magic Kingdom Park:

For breakfast, you can’t go wrong with a cup of coffee and a pastry (or a cupcake; I don’t judge) from Main Street Bakery. A favorite for me are the waffles from Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square, delicious served topped with strawberries and whipped cream or as a ham and cheese omelet sandwich—either way, you can’t go wrong.


Cupcakes celebrating the 24-Hour Party will be available at Main Street Bakery and Gaston’s Tavern. Since we’re kicking off the Coolest Summer Ever, everything from cotton candy to our lemonade is turning blue!

For lunch, I love the Pot Roast Macaroni and Cheese or Bacon Cheeseburger Macaroni and Cheese from The Friar’s Nook. Or, still in Fantasyland, I enjoy watching the ‘it’s a small world’ boats drift by in Pinocchio Village Haus while enjoying one of their delicious flatbreads (the Caprese is my favorite—I love the juicy tomatoes and balsamic drizzle).


Hang loose during the Tomorrowland beach party, starting at 4 p.m., and grab a snack at The Lunching Pad, featuring a tropical watermelon lemonade, a special gourmet hot dog topped with pulled pork and cole slaw and a crisped rice treat shaped like a flip-flop available only during the beach party.

For dinner, ample seating and air conditioning can’t be beat—it’s the best way to recharge. Try the new Deluxe Chicken Sandwich with pepper jack cheese, bacon and chipotle mayo at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café, or try one of the new Rice Bowls (choose from beef or veggie) at Tortuga Tavern. In Liberty Square, the Seafood Mac and Cheese—cheesy goodness made with lobster and shrimp—and Chicken Pot Pie from Columbia Harbor House hit the mark for comfort food (both entrees are only available after 4 p.m.).

Looking for dessert? There’s nothing like watching Wishes from Main Street with a sundae from Plaza Ice Cream Parlor in hand—be sure to try Olaf’s take on this sweet treat! If dessert isn’t your thing, and you’re looking for a late-night snack instead, give the gourmet waffle fries from Golden Oak Outpost a try.

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For the night owls who make it to the wee hours of the morning, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café will offer a breakfast plate loaded up with crispy bacon, fluffy scrambled eggs and herb-crusted roasted red skin potatoes.

My fellow Disney Parks Blog author, Pam Brandon, will be giving you east-coast food updates on May 22, and I’ll be live-blogging the Disneyland Diamond Celebration Kickoff in California!

What are you planning to eat and drink during the 24-hour Party? Let us know in the comments below.


  • I was so hoping this menu would be similiar to Disneyland’s menu! Where will we be able purchase the Banana Foster French Toast at WDW?

  • Any of these goodies- or others- going to be okay for us gluten sensitive people?

  • Rachel: where can I buy the bread bowl with beef stew please? Thanks!

  • Erm… aren’t those all the pictures of the food you can get in Disneyland, not Magic Kingdom? Nothing in the text description matches those pictures, which I think I saw in a post about the West Coast food.

  • Is Cosmic Rays going to be the only Magic Kingdom eatery open during the overnight (like midnight to 6am)?

    • Hi Michelle, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe will be open from 9 a.m. on May 22 to 5:30 a.m. on May 23.

  • What vegan dishes will be offered?

  • @Erin, You can get Bananas Foster French Toast at Cape May Cafe at Beach Club for breakfast, but they don’t have it in the Magic Kingdom.

    These pictures are the foods available for Disneyland.

  • I too was super excited to see the soup bread bowl. Disney Food Blog posts that it is in fact in Disneyland not WDW. I go weekly to WDW and live right down the road and never heard of French Market Restaurant at Magic Kingdom. So the pics do NOT match the writing just as Benjamin stated.

  • Where can I get the Mickey bread bowl? Planning a trip to WDW in November…looks like a great Fall dish!

  • Sad to see that once again Disneyland gets awesome, creative food offerings, and Walt Disney World gets the standard everyday items.

  • Will any of the food items be available AFTER the 24hr party? I just can’t even breathe thinking of the CRUSH of fellow fanatics that will be there! LOL 🙂 Thanks!

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