Beginning this coming Sunday, March 13 The Diamond Horseshoe table-service dining will begin. This is a new dining option within the Magic Kingdom Park. Lunch and dinner will be served daily at a cost of $33 per adult (plus tax) and $19 for children 3-9 years old.
The Diamond Horseshoe Table-Service Dining Menu
The feast will begin with a salad followed by your choice of entrée. The main dishes include the choice of BBQ pulled turkey served over cornbread, spit-roasted ham served with country beans or stewed beef served with mashed potatoes. Seasonal veggies are included as well as all-you-care-to-enjoy cornbread. Beverages of soft drinks, tea, coffee and milk are included.
There isn’t a vegetarian option on the menu, however, they’ll have something if you request it from your server. The meal is completed with your choice of dessert. An apple tart or a Campfire Brownie (a brownie on a graham cracker crust, topped with a toasted marshmallow). Yummy!
At this time, it is unclear if The Diamond Horseshoe Table-Service Dining is a seasonal option or if it will continue into the summer. Reservations are available from March 13 to May 30 by calling 407-WDW-DINE. It is also unclear if the Stage Show will return. At this price there is sure to be some sort of entertainment! Hopefully, it will be more than a piano player. In the 90’s The Diamond Horseshoe stage show, which included can-can dancers, was very popular.
If The Diamond Horseshoe Table-Service Dining is well accepted, it could very well become yet another Orlando dinner show people will return to year after year while visiting Disney. Only time will tell. However, for about the same price there is a Kissimmee dinner show that has proven itself over and over….Capone’s Dinner & Show, of course.
Stage Show & Buffet Withstanding the Test of Time
Capone’s Dinner & Show offers a true “fill-your-own-plate” buffet. You are not limited on a choice of one entrée item. Try them all! Come back to the buffet line a second time if you’d like.* Want salad? Hit the salad bar. There are several meat-less dishes offered, as well as a meat carving station. All of this, plus a show that has rewarded Capone’s a certificate of excellence five years in a row from Tripadvisor.
If The Diamond Horseshoe table-service dining in Magic Kingdom Park falls short of your expectations, head down the road to Capone’s Dinner & Show. There won’t be any saloon doors to walk through, but the secret entrance into this speakeasy will take you back to an era of fun and entertainment. The stage show is spectacular and is open year round.
*Buffet does not stay open all night.