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Table-Service Dining Coming to The Diamond Horseshoe in Magic Kingdom Park

Rachel Bshero

by , Food & Beverage Marketing Communications Coordinator

Howdy Partners! If you’re looking for a new table-service dining option in Magic Kingdom Park, mosey on over to The Diamond Horseshoe, serving lunch and dinner daily beginning March 13.

Each all-you-care-to-enjoy saloon feast begins with a Frontier Salad, a tasty mix of greens, tomatoes, roasted corn, cornbread croutons and a house-made chipotle-ranch dressing. There’s also cornbread for the table to share.

Table-Service Dining Coming to The Diamond Horseshoe in Magic Kingdom Park

Table-Service Dining Coming to The Diamond Horseshoe in Magic Kingdom Park Table-Service Dining Coming to The Diamond Horseshoe in Magic Kingdom Park

For your main fixin’s, choose from BBQ pulled turkey served over cornbread, spit-roasted ham served with country beans or stewed beef served with mashed potatoes. Each entrée is served with a side of seasonal veggies.

Campfire Brownie from The Diamond Horseshoe in Magic Kingdom Park

As the finale to your hearty feast, choose from an apple tart or the Campfire Brownie—rich chocolate brownie on a graham cracker crust, topped with toasted marshmallow.

Soft drinks, tea, coffee and milk are included with your saloon feast. Cost is $33 plus tax for adults, $19 for children ages 3-9.

Table-Service Dining Coming to The Diamond Horseshoe in Magic Kingdom Park

Reservations are now available for dates from March 13 to May 30 and can be made by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

It’s safe to say, this here’s the wildest feast in the wilderness!

Comments

  • Will the Horseshoe be open the end of July?

  • We need the wonderful stage show back. One piece of the history you can bring back to life. Just look at popularity of Hoop Dee Doo for answer for whether it will increase popularity and satisfy guests!!

  • Will there be a stage show? I’m in either way.

  • Disney Dining Plan accepted? Tables in Wonderland?

    The menu is confusing – is it all you care to eat of one selected entree? as in a family style thing where they keep bringing it out?

  • Is this permanent or a just a seasonal addition?

  • I’d love to go, and my traveling companion would love the menu, but as a life long veggie, can I add another request for news about veggie options?

    • Hi Kristy! Just let your server know and the chef can create a vegetarian dish just for them.

  • Back in 1994, there was a Stage Show. You had to get up and go into the park early to get tickets. It was very enjoyable.

  • No vegan option? Very disappointing.

    • Hi Barb, let your server know and the chef will create something to accommodate vegans.

  • I’m all in if the stage show is included! I remember eating quick service there with my kids when there was a stage show and it was so much fun. I don’t really think it’s worth the price without the show though….and the player piano doesn’t count!

  • There seems to be more experiments with how to “bring back” the Horseshoe–
    First with the Limited-Time and Halloween stage shows, and now with limited dining. I’m in favor of all experimentation, so long as it gets the Horseshoe back in some kind of business again!

  • The wording is confusing. It says “all you care to enjoy” yet on the Disney website it says choice of one entrée. So what exactly is “all you care to enjoy”? the salad and cornbread?

    • If you’d like more of your entree, just ask your server!

  • What about vegetarian options??

  • I was also wondering about a stage show? I think I remember seeing one here in the past?

  • Bring back the can-can dancers!! 🙂 WIll this be an ongoing thing or only available March-May?

  • This looks awesome! I can’t wait!
    A show would be awesome but it’s all you care to enjoy so portion size isn’t an issue at all

  • I think you might have missed that it is an “all you care to eat” dining experience. That probably justifies the price.

  • No vegetarian option?

  • It does say “all-you-care-to-enjoy saloon feast” so that says no portion to me. But wording is confusing. My question is will it be served as repeats of the same plate (main/side) as it is worded that you will have to pick one entree OR will it really be family style of all more like Liberty Tree?

  • Will Tables in Wonderland be accepted?

  • It looks like there’s a stage. Will there be entertainment?

  • For that price, with those portion sizes, there better be a stage show.

    • Hi Glenn, this saloon feast is all-you-care-to-enjoy.

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