Grab Lunch at The Diamond Horseshoe

If you’ve been coming to Magic Kingdom Park you’re probably familiar with The Diamond Horseshoe. This iconic facade on the cusp of Frontierland and Liberty Square is known for being a seasonal table-service restaurant.

Not anymore! The Diamond Horseshoe is now open for lunch and dinner, no seasonality required, and it’s serving up delicious family-style barbecue meals you’re sure to enjoy.


The inside of The Diamond Horseshoe is themed to an old saloon. At the center of the restaurant is a stage where a beautiful self-playing piano provides music for your meal.

For drinks we tried the Prairie Slushy – a refreshing frozen watermelon lemonade that was perfect coming out of the hot sun.


Their all-you-care-to-enjoy pricing includes a family-sized Frontier Salad. This comes with their signature Chipotle Ranch Dressing which was to die for.


And a significant amount of cornbread.


The main course, dubbed the Saloon Feast, is a huge platter of pulled pork, carved turkey, smoked sausage, braised beef and delicious sides – beans, seasonal vegetables (we had corn) and tasty baked mac & cheese.

Because the platter is all-you-care-to-enjoy, if your family polishes off that platter, another can be out at your table in a jiffy.


While we ate, we took in the sounds of the player piano. It was quiet and relaxing in there. I feel like The Diamond Horseshoe is still very much a hidden gem at Magic Kingdom.

For dessert, the team rolled out their delicious campfire brownie, which was pretty much a giant s’more, served in a cast iron skillet.


It was an incredible meal that I highly recommend! To view the complete menu, click here.

You can book reservations for The Diamond Horseshoe online or using the My Disney Experience App.