Trail's End Restaurant

Description from PassPorter's Walt Disney World Guidebook:

One of the best dining deals on Disney property. While the vittles at Trail’s End won’t win awards for elegance, the food is plentiful, fresh, and tasty. Breakfast buffets ($17.99-$19.16​/$9.99-$11.71​ kids 3–9, tax. incl.) are hearty and heavy on home-style classics—eggs, French toast, Mickey waffles, hash, donuts, biscuits and gravy, cereals, yogurt, and fruit. Lunch has been replaced by a brunch on the weekends (open until 2:00 pm) for $23/$13 kids 3–9—brunch adds pasta, fried chicken, shrimp, chili, and more to the usual breakfast offerings. The dinner buffet is gentle on the wallet at $24.99-$26.62/$13.99-$15.90​, and you still get a tasty soup, salad bar, peel-and-eat shrimp, chicken, ribs, carved meat, fish, good veggies, pizza, and a daily regional specialty. 

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Breakfast Average: $22
Lunch Average: $29
Dinner Average: $31

Breakfast Hours: 7:30 am - 11:25 pm
Lunch Hours: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Dinner Hours: 4:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Seating: Indoor only at tables and chairs

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What PassPorter Readers Think of Trail's End Restaurant (5 comments):

My dad loves this dinner buffet fried chicken and shrimp! Love that he is happy!
Bruhaha gave this a rating of 8 on 06/30/2016 at 11:52:46 pm EDT

If you are there for breakfast, there are very long lines, so make an adr, and get there early.
StinkinDisneyFreakFan#221 gave this a rating of 9 on 06/24/2016 at 10:04:05 pm EDT

We made a last minute reservation at Trails End and were pleasantly surprised! The buffet had great southern comfort options and the food was quite delicious. The atmosphere was fun and rustic!
MrsOmmy13 gave this a rating of 9 on 06/17/2016 at 7:16:41 am EDT

Typical buffet. This restaurant could use a few more food choices. The service is good.
tinae159 gave this a rating of 7 on 06/15/2016 at 10:24:09 pm EDT

We love this restaurant, although it can be very noisy and busy, with lots of kids running around. As this is a help-yourself buffet, you do get a lot of little ones running around with plates of food, so be aware of this as you are making your way round the restaurant. But this is one of our must-dos every time we visit WDW!
Silvercat gave this a rating of 10 on 06/14/2016 at 5:41:03 am EDT

Type: Buffet/Table
Cuisine: American
Noise Factor: Moderate

Dress Code: Theme park casual

Annual Pass Discount: Yes
DVC Member Discount: Yes
Disney Visa Discount: Yes
Tables in Wonderland Discount: Yes

Reservations: Accepted at this restaurant for breakfast and lunch and dinner.

Tip: You can make reservations at this eatery up to 180 days in advance (or, if you are a Walt Disney World resort hotel guest, up to 180 days + 10 days from your check-in date). To find out the exact date and time you can make reservations at this eatery, add it as an activity to a trip itinerary in PassPorter's Disney Trip Planner Tools.

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