Disney Quick Service Spots With Thanksgiving Flavors

Heading to Walt Disney World over the Thanksgiving Holiday without dining reservations? Looking for some spots to grab a little Thanksgiving flavor from a quick service spot while enjoying family fun in the Parks? Head on over to these Disney eateries to pick up great grub with a seasonal flair.

Jumbo Turkey Legs

Grab a one of Disney's famous Jumbo Turkey Leg for a hickory smoked taste of meaty Thanksgiving goodness. Love them or hate them, this popular Disney treat has a fan following that even inspired its own line of clothing. Guests can make a feast of it at several locations around Walt Disney World but my favorite spot is in Disney's Animal Kingdom at the Flame Tree Barbecue. Flame tree is serving them up with sides of baked beans and jalapeno corn bread. There's also a delicious Smoked Turkey Breast Sandwich on the menu for those who want a taste of turkey without the whole leg experience.

Where else can you find a jumbo drumstick?

The Famous Disney Turkey LegThe Famous Disney Turkey Leg

Pumpkins & Pecans

While a slice of Pumpkin Pie is a little harder to find, why not drink your dessert with a classic Pumpkin Spice Latte from one of the many Starbucks Coffee Shops across property. If the Pumpkin Spice Latte isn't to your liking, check out the Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffin, or their perfect Pecan Tart.

  • Starbucks, Disney Springs West Side
  • Starbucks, Disney Springs Marketplace
  • Fountain View Cafe, Epcot
  • Creature Comforts, Disney's Animal Kingdom
  • Main Street Bakery, Magic Kingdom
  • The Trolley Car Cafe, Disney's Hollywood Studios

Epcot's Fountain View StarbucksEpcot's Fountain View Starbucks

Cranberry Bliss

While a hefty helping of mom's home made cranberry sauce is not on the menu " at La Cantina San Angel Guests can order up a Patron Cranberry Margarita on the Rocks for a taste of that tart little fruit. Over at the Disney's Boardwalk Inn & Villas, the Boardwalk Bakery, and Bell Vue Lounge will get your holiday morning off to a great start with some scrumptious Cranberry-Orange Muffins.

Thanks so much to our friends over at the Disney Food Blog for sharing their images with us. What are your favorite Thanksgiving foods, and where would you head in the Parks to eat them? Leave a comment below and share your strategy!

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