We’ve been going to Walt Disney World for over two decades, but never once at at the Diamond Horseshoe. This past October, on a whim, we decided to try it out. And, we were extremely impressed!
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Where is it?
The Diamond Horseshoe is a restaurant located in Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom. It’s between the Liberty Tree Tavern and the Frontierland Shooting Arcade.
What times is it open?
The Diamond Horseshoe is typically open for lunch from 1:00 pm – 2:55 pm, and for dinner from 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm. But, at slow times of year it might be closed so be sure to check here for the hours!
What are the prices?
The prices were definitely one of the best parts of this dining experience. We always heard this was all-you-can-eat, which can get expensive. But, this restaurant is both an all-you-can-eat and a table-service!
This means that you can order anything off the menu. Our meal cost about $20 per person without tip, and the all-you-can-eat option is $38 for adults and $21 for kids 9 and under.
What’s on the Menu?
The menu has a wide range of options. If you order table service, you get one main course with two sides and a big slice of cornbread.
The sides include macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, creamy coleslaw, potato salad, watermelon-cucumber salad, mixed greens, harvest beans, and smoked mushrooms and olives.
I’m a vegetarian, so I ordered the smoked stuffed peppers. It was a huge portion and came with a pickled onion slaw. The peppers were stuffed with a plant-based protein that was very good! The cornbread was also delicious and definitely a highlight of the meal.
For my sides I chose macaroni and cheese and the mushroom and onions. I originally wanted the potato salad but it comes with bacon inside, so vegetarians be aware!
Mouselet 1 ordered the beef brisket with the sauce on the side. For her sides she chose mashed potatoes and mushrooms and onions. Both were very good, and she felt the main portion was filling and very good!
The atmosphere of the restaurant is different than your typical Disney table-service location. If you’re familiar with the Hoop-de-doo Revue, it has a similar vibe (without the performers). There used to be a stage show here, but it was discontinued many years ago. The tables are still set up in an open auditorium style, so you can be close to your neighbors and there are no booths, just tables and chairs. There is a player piano on stage for entertainment today.
Something we really liked about this restaurant was how quickly we got our food! Because it’s both all-you-can-eat and table service, the food is ready very quickly. We were very impressed with the service and quality of the food.
Overall, we will definitely be returning to this restaurant and we recommend you give it a try!