Crockett’s Tavern | Fort Wilderness | Disney World

Last Updated on: May 24th, 2024

Crockett's Tavern disney worldCrockett’s Tavern at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort offers a cozy and rustic spot for guests to enjoy a variety of appetizers and a wide selection of drinks, particularly moonshine cocktails. This laid-back outdoor venue is perfect for those who enjoy al fresco dining and want to take in the Florida weather or seek a quick and casual bite away from the hustle and bustle of the theme parks.

The menu at Crockett’s Tavern is focused on appetizers such as Jalapeño Poppers accompanied by Peach-Pepper Jam, which provides a sweet balance to the heat of the poppers. Another favorite is the plate of crispy Chicken Wings, served with a choice of dipping sauces like buffalo and garlic parmesan. Fried Green Tomatoes with remoulade sauce also feature on their snack list, catering to those in search of classic Southern-inspired bites.

Crockett’s Tavern is an ideal stop if you’re already exploring Fort Wilderness or if you’re looking for a place to relax with a snack and a drink outdoors. However, it’s worth noting that the space is not for those seeking a full meal or a variety of menu items, as the offerings are limited. Also, seating is exclusively outdoors, so it’s not the place for those who prefer dining in a climate-controlled environment.

The ambiance of Crockett’s Tavern, with its nods to American frontier heritage, makes it a unique dining experience. It’s particularly convenient for those staying at Fort Wilderness and looking for something quick and convenient to take back to their cabin or campsite. While it may feel out-of-the-way for guests not staying at the resort, if your Disney day includes activities like pony rides or kayaking at Fort Wilderness, Crockett’s Tavern could be a great addition to your day’s adventure​​​​​​.

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