The iconic Casey’s Corner has now officially reopened for guests to dine on classic ballpark food once more. We tried out a few menu items to see how they compared to our previous experiences.
Chili-Cheese All-Beef Hot Dog – $11.49
The hot dog itself is the same generous portion available across the park.
The chili appears to be an all-meat, finely ground topping, but does not add as much flavor as we hoped.
The cheese topping is shredded cheddar, which melted nicely into the chili.
Overall, this is a decent chili-cheese dog and a generous portion, but nothing too extraordinary in taste. Still, good basic park food if that is what you’re after.
Side of French Fries (Included)
The fries are narrow-cut and not too heavily salted, which is great in the heat when you are already dehydrated. These are great basic fries. Well cooked, but not overdone.
Baseball Brownie – $4.29
The brownie is moist, but not as fudge-filled as it appears from the outside.
The frosting on top is very sweet and makes up for about 1/4 of the height of the brownie.
Overall, it’s still a good sugar kick after a salty meal.
Overall, none of these menu items stood out to us. They still seem like the basic theme (or ball) park food. If you want comfort food, or are looking to please kids and picky eaters, you can’t go wrong here. However, we would get these again only if there were no other food options available at the time.
Will you be trying any of these items on your next visit to the Magic Kingdom? Let us know in the comments below.