Known for its wonderfully delicious fried chicken dinners, the Plaza Inn is also a lovely building in its own right. This charming Victorian cornerstone at the end of Main Street is a lovely restaurant that has anchored its location since the day the park opened. Formerly called the Red Wagon Inn, it was the first fine dining establishment and Walt's favorite restaurant when he roamed the park. The menu back then was more diverse than it is today, and it boasted full sit-down service, akin to the Blue Bayou or Cafe Orleans today. These days, it's more of a quick serve, but the classic ambiance still pervades, and the food is still delicious!
|The Plaza Inn under the afternoon sunlight.|
You can read more about the old Red Wagon Inn here
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