Meadow Snack Bar Menu Significantly Cut, Disney Pushes Guests to Eat at NEW Trail’s End in Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

Brit Tuttle

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Meadow Snack Bar Menu Significantly Cut, Disney Pushes Guests to Eat at NEW Trail’s End in Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

The menu for Meadow Snack Bar at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground has been quietly and significantly cut, with two entire sections removed and consolidated into other sections. This is part of a push to have guests eat at the new quick service version of Trail’s End Restaurant.

Meadow Snack Bar Menu Changes

Meadow Snack Bar Exterior

Previously, the Meadow Snack Bar consisted of specialty entrées, salads & pizza, snacks, desserts, kids’ Disney Check meals, kids’ meals, non-alcoholic beverages, beer, cider, wine, and specialty drinks with alcohol.

Here’s the full breakdown of the menu prior to the recent cuts:

Entrées

Meadow Snack Bar Entrées Pre Menu Change

Salads and Pizza

Meadow Snack Bar Salads and Pizza Pre Menu Change

Snacks

Meadow Snack Bar Snacks Pre Menu Change

Desserts

Meadow Snack Bar Desserts Pre Menu Change

Kids’ Disney Check Meals

Meadow Snack Bar Kids' Disney Check Meals Pre Menu Change

Kids’ Meals

Meadow Snack Bar Kids' Meals Pre Menu Change

Beverages

Meadow Snack Bar Beverages Pre Menu Change

Beer, Cider, and Wine

Meadow Snack Bar Beer, Cider, and Wine Pre Menu Change

Specialty Drinks with Alcohol

Meadow Snack Specialty Drinks with Alcohol Pre Menu Change

At the time of press, the menu now has significantly less options, with some entirely removed or consolidated into other sections. Here’s the current menu:

Entrées

Meadow Snack Bar Entrées Post Menu Change

Snacks

Meadow Snack Bar Snacks Post Menu Change

Desserts

Meadow Snack Bar Desserts Post Menu Change

Kids’ Disney Check Meals

Meadow Snack Bar Kids' Disney Check Meals Post Menu Change

Kids’ Meals

Meadow Snack Bar Kids' Meals Post Menu Change

Beverages

Meadow Snack Bar Beverages Post Menu Change

Beer, Cider, and Wine

Meadow Snack Bar Beer, Cider, and Wine Post Menu Change

Moonshine Cocktails

Meadow Snack Bar Moonshine Cocktails Post Menu Change

With this update, the following items have been completely removed from the menu:

  • Barbecued Pulled Pork Sandwich
  • Meadow’s Loaded Chips
  • Wilderness Dog
  • All-Beef Hot Dog
  • All-Beef Hot Dog with Chili and Cheese
  • Pepperoni Pizza
  • Cheese Pizza
  • Chocolate Cake
  • Frozen Beverages
  • Copa Di Vino
  • Opici Family Sangria
  • Moonshine Daiquiri
  • Davy’s Lemonade
  • Ole Smoky Strawberry Lightnin’
  • Sole Smoky Blackberry Colada Moonshine
  • Luna Colada

The Entrées section has completely changed, and Salads and Pizza has been entirely removed, with the Fort Wilderness Garden Salad being relocated to the Entrées section. The Specialty Drinks with Alcohol section has also been entirely paired down, going from six different options to two moonshine-based cocktails only.

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We’ve been told by guests that there are quality issues with the new menu, and much of it is not fresh or cooked properly. With these reports in mind, it seems as though less effort is being put in this location in order to push guests toward visiting Trail’s End instead, which reopened last month after a months-long refurbishment with a new quick-service menu replacing its former family-style dining.

Have you been to Meadow Snack Bar recently to experience this cut-down menu for yourself? Were any of your favorite items among those removed? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Brit Tuttle

    Brit didn't grow up going to the Disney Parks, but had basically the next best thing: the Phantom Manor ride operations simulator flash game and the Disney Sing-Along Songs Beach Party at Walt Disney World VHS. You can email them at brittani@wdwnt.com.

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  1. The prices on the menu are a slap in the face. $7 for half a PB&J??? Disney is an absolute joke and while I have visited 5 times in the last 7 years I dont plan on going back.

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