Warm German potato salad, beet salad, various sausages and wieners, homemade spaetzle with gravy, and sauerbraten. There is also carved-to-order pork roast with German mustard and breaded pork schnitzel. The buffet is set up on wooden barrels.
Lunch $23 (child $12), dinner $35 (child $17). Note: Prices increase during peak periods
Unless you have a very big party, you’ll be seated with other guests—great fun if you love to socialize. But the lively 25-minute dinner show (one every hour) and noisy dining room are part of the fun, especially for families. As our survey responses show, Unofficial Guide readers love Biergarten.
Setting and Atmosphere
A hefty German buffet includes schnitzel, variety of wursts, spaetzle, roast chicken, and sauerbraten (dinner only). Salads, breads, and desserts round out the offerings. The light level is low, and decor is inspired by a German village town square, with seating at long tables in a tiered dining room that surrounds a stage and dance floor. A lederhosen-clad oompah band plays on the stage and encourages diners to sing along and dance.
Warm German potato salad, beet salad, various sausages and wieners, homemade spaetzle with gravy, and sauerbraten. There is also carved-to-order pork roast with German mustard and breaded pork schnitzel.
Pork-shank gratin with fried onions, braised red cabbage, and potato dumplings (dinner only). The beer is also very good, and this is one of the few places it is served in German-style liter glasses. It's a rare treat if you can handle it (and lift it).
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Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 1 credit
|When to go||Lunch or dinner|
|Lunch Hours||Daily, noon - 3:45 p.m.|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 4 p.m. - park closing|