With Halloween just around the corner, we’re setting our sights set on the next main event coming to Disney Parks: Thanksgiving!
Several special holiday menus have popped up already around Disney for guests to choose from, like over at the Rose and Crown Dining Room, Boatwright’s, and The Wave, but we’ve found a few more to share with you today! These menus will be available for guests to enjoy on Thursday, November 28.
Let’s start at Crystal Palace where Winnie the Pooh and friends have a special Thanksgiving buffet available to guests.
In addition to their regular buffet offerings, you’ll be able to select from hand-carved traditional oak-roasted turkey and hand-carved prime rib, in addition to sweet potato casserole, cornbread stuffing, and apple or pumpkin pie for dessert.
The Plaza Restaurant
Hop across Main Street and you will find a special Thanksgiving menu item at The Plaza Restaurant.
Guests dining here on November 28 can enjoy carved-to-order traditional oak-roasted turkey, served with giblet gravy.
Cinderella’s Royal Table
Our last stop in Magic Kingdom today is none other than Cinderella’s Royal Table, where you can dine on a Traditional Thanksgiving Plate.
This special holiday item, available for both lunch and dinner, includes roast turkey breast with gravy, dressing, sweet potato mash, green beans, and cranberry jam.
Le Cellier in Epcot’s Canada Pavilion will feature a classic ‘turducken‘ for lunch and dinner, which will include maple-brined turkey breast, duck confit, and chicken-apple sausage, complete with cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, maple-whisky glazed Brussel sprouts, maple-bacon sweet potatoes, gravy, and citrus-cranberry sauce.
This basically sounds like a maple lover’s dream!!
Finally at Animal Kingdom, Tiffins will offer its own Thanksgiving Feast. Starting off your meal, appetizers include butternut squash soup, Key West shrimp, and pumpkin seed-pistachio granola. The entrée will feature turkey roulade with fine herbs, garlic whipped potato, cornbread dressing, heirloom bean amandine, and cranberry-citrus marmalade.
This feast and it is $40 per person for adults and children. For an additional $12 per person, you can add dessert, with your choice of pumpkin flan, Baines Cape Mountain Whiskey butterscotch (contains alcohol), horchata cake, or fall fruit.
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