Troubadour Tavern

October 2006 – present


Fantasyland – Head toward the rear of Fantasyland, near It’s A Small World. Turn left at the Mickey And the Magical Map theater, and head up toward the stage. You’ll see Troubadour Tavern on your left, before the actual theater. Note: You do not have to see the show, wait in line for a show, or enter the theater to access the Tavern.



  • Service Type – quick service
  • Seating – small adjacent patio
  • Reservations – no
  • Entertainment – none, but next to a live show
  • Menu

The Troubadour Tavern is a Bavarian-inspired quick service spot tucked in the rear corner of Fantasyland. With a small selection of pretzels, bratwurst, and hot cocoa, the Tavern is a quaint pit stop for guests exploring Fantasyland and Mickey’s Toontown.

MY RATING – ★★☆☆☆

The Troubadour Tavern has a very limited menu, and is a snack place, not a restaurant for a full meal. It does have a small seating area, and you can bring your food in if you want to watch Mickey and the Magical Map, but the Tavern feels more like a theater concession stand than its own eatery. If you are hungry while you’re waiting for a show to start, the Tavern is a great resource, but otherwise, it’s not worth visiting.


  • Popcorn in a souvenir bucket


Before Mickey and the Magical Map opened, the Tavern had a selection of baked potato options. Since becoming more of a quick snack spot, the Tavern passed its potato selections over to the Harbour Galley.

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