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  • On Feb 8, 2011
    John from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    What is the best restaurant to get a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at Walt Disney World?

    Hi John!
    You have come to the right place!!...My mastery of gastronomic experiences will lead you to the most tummy-pleasing options in all of "the World". The good news is that dining options and quality continue to improve throughout the Walt Disney World Resort. As to your specific question, others may disagree, but I think that's an easy one...Liberty Tree Tavern in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom. You don't even need to think because there is nothing to just show up and say, "yes". :)
    Seriously, though, Liberty Tree Tavern serves a very pleasing, family-style meal. You'll start with salad and rolls. The salad is pretty straight forward, but the strawberry vinagrette is pretty good. Next up is the carnivore's delight...three separate meats (roasted turkey, glazed ham, and beef) are brought to the table repeatedly until you scream, "Mercy", and they're served with some pretty doggone good stuffing and mashed potatoes with gravy. If you still have room (c'mon now, if you wanna hang with me, you better not be full yet), you can top of the meal with some very tasty apple crisp and vanilla ice cream.
    Liberty Tree Tavern is straight up, no-nonsense may find fancier throughout the property, but you won't find anything more pleasing or rib-sticking...might I suggest Hall of Presidents for your post-meal nap? ;)
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