The fare isn't much different from what you'd find elsewhere around the parks, and during slow times the food sits quite a while on the steam tables and is not well tended.
Setting and Atmosphere
At Fort Wilderness, next to the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue, Trail's End is what a restaurant would've looked like had America's settlers built one out of a log cabin. The interior features exposed log beams, oak tabletops, and walls hung with enough old-timey kitchen equipment to start a flea market.
Breakfast and dinner are served buffet-style; lunch transitions to an Ã la carte menu. Breakfast features eggs, sausage, bacon, waffles, and biscuits along with fruit and pastries. Lunch menu includes chili, pan-seared catfish, spicy grilled shrimp, and andouille sausage as well as s'mores and warm sticky-bun sundaes. The dinner lineup is fried chicken, ribs, pasta, fish, carved meats, pizza, and fruit cobbler.
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