Welcome to another roundup of What’s New in Magic Kingdom!
We have Maleficent dolls, construction updates, and so much more to chat about, so let’s get started!
Magic Kingdom Food Update
We have a LOT of food updates to talk about today, partly because of Disney World’s new emphasis on plant-based menu options. Learn all about the plant-based items in Disney World here!
Main Street, U.S.A.
In Tony’s Town Square, the Garden Salad has replaced the House Salad, and they’ve introduced a new plant-based Spaghetti and Mushroom Meatballs.
At Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, you still have a chance to grab an adorable Minnie Kitchen Sink Sundae as well. We aren’t sure how long it’ll be available, so go ahead and grab it on your Magic Kingdom day!
Next door at The Plaza Restaurant, their updated lunch menu has a plant-based Plaza Burger that comes with a brioche bun, lettuce, tomato, onions, and a choice of toppings and sides. You can try it for $17!
Over in Adventureland, Skipper Canteen has updated its menu with the plant-based logos.
Also, they’ve updated the beverage menu to reflect the absence of the souvenir mugs — hopefully souvenir mugs will come back soon! Finally, missing from the menu are the Exotic Coca-Cola options (Guarana Kuat and Fanta Melon Frosty).
We spotted some menu changes at Liberty Tree Tavern as well! The plant-based Roasted Vegetable and Tomato Soup ($9) replaced the Beef and Barley Soup. They’ve removed Cherry Almond Tart and Blueberry Citrus Fritters but added the Johnny Appleseed’s Warm Apple Cake. This plant-based dessert comes with whipped cream and caramel for $8.
If you plan to order the family-style meal at Liberty Tree, note that this meal has gone up in price for adults from $38 to $39.
At Columbia Harbour House, Vegetarian Chili is now Harvest Chili, and both it and the New-England Clam Chowder went up in price to $6.79 from $6.49.
There’s a new menu item at Pinocchio Village Haus as well! They’ve added plant-based Penne Pasta and Marinara Sauce to the menu for $11.99.
Be Our Guest has a new addition to the breakfast menu! The Le Fou Festin features plant-based eggs, sausage, bacon, breakfast potatoes, and fresh fruit.
On the lunch menu, the Seasonal Salad has replaced the Spring Salad, but the description remains the same.
One of favorite sweet treats has increased in price! The Warm Cinnamon Roll at Gaston’s Tavern has gone up in price to $5.99 from $5.29.
If you’re on the Disney Dining Plan, we have some yummy news! The Witch’s Frozen Brew from Eric’s Village Market now has a snack credit icon. 🙂
Over at Big Top Treats, the Rainbow Mickey Crispy Treat is now called the World of Color Crispy Treat instead.
We also saw that Cheshire Cafe is no longer selling the Mickey Donuts, and the Pepper Jack Pretzel has increased in price to $6.79 from $6.59.
Spooktacular news, friends! The totally epic Jack Skellington Sipper is now available all day, so if you aren’t able to attend Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, you can still snag one! We grabbed ours at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe for $22.99.
Also in Tomorrowland, Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies has added a Brownie Sundae for $6.99 or a Disney Dining Plan snack credit. It comes with vanilla soft-serve ice cream and hot fudge or strawberry topping! During our visit, we noticed that they’d removed Sundaes with Hot Fudge or Strawberry Topping.
Nearby at The Lunching Pad, we found a trio of price changes. Mickey Pretzels went up in price to $6.79 from $6.59, Churros went up to $6.19 from $5.89, and Cream Cheese Pretzels went up to $6.79 from $6.59.
At various snack carts around the park, a regular bag of popcorn has increased in price from $5.00 to $5.25…
…while churros have gone up in price from $6.25 to $6.50!
If you still want to get your hands on one of those adorable Mickey Sippers, we spotted them in various counter-service locations around Magic Kingdom!
Magic Kingdom Construction Update
We don’t have too many construction updates to share today, but we did snap a quick photo of the upcoming TRON Lightcycle Run coaster!
The attraction is slated to open in time for Disney World’s 50th-anniversary celebrations in 2021, and you can learn more about it here!
Magic Kingdom Merchandise Update
In Le Chapeau, we found a super cute set of The Little Mermaid Sweet and Salty Pins for $14.99! Which one is more your style?
Big Top Treats and Uptown Jewelers
In both Big Top Treats and Uptown Jewelers, we found a few Halloween items we previously spotted at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party! We spotted a Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular spirit jersey…
…Vampire Mickey and Witch Minnie light-up cups…
…and a Hocus Pocus mug!
Agrabah Bazaar and Mickey’s Star Traders
In both Agrabah Bazaar and Mickey’s Star Traders, we found this super cute pair of VHS leggings for $39.99!
Is your favorite movie featured??
Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar
In Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar, we spotted a pirate medallions machine we hadn’t seen before.
For $5, you can get one coin, and for $10, you can get three coins.
You can get a coin featuring Pluto…
…or Mickey Mouse!
Over in Memento Mori, we found a new-to-us Haunted Mansion pen for $14.99. Will you add it to your collection??
Bonjour Village Gifts
In Bonjour Village Gifts, we found a pen set ($16.99) that coordinates with the Mickey houseware line we spotted a while back.
We continued our merch tour in The Emporium, where we found a double-sided Jack and Sally Alex and Ani bracelet for $49.99. One side features Jack Skellington…
…while the other depicts Sally!
We also spotted a Maleficent: Mistress of Evil doll set! You can take home the Aurora and Maleficent dolls for $59.99.
Also in The Emporium, we spotted the new Nightmare Before Christmas Wishables!
You can unwrap Jack Skellington, Zero, Scary Teddy, or Giant Snake on Christmas Day with the Wishables Mystery Bag for $9.99.
Or, also for $9.99, you can grab Oogie Boogie himself!
Well, friends, that wraps up our walk around Disney World’s Magic Kingdom — thanks for joining us! Stay tuned to Disney Food Blog for even more news from the Disney parks and resorts.
Where do you stop first during your Magic Kingdom day? Let us know in the comments below!