With its “everything but the kitchen sink” philosophy,
Trail’s End offers something for everyone.
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 oldtimey
kitchen equipment to start a flea market. The theming is fun,
although the decor could use some freshening up.
Breakfast and dinner are served buffet-style; lunch transitions
to an à la carte menu. Breakfast features eggs, sausage, bacon,
waffles, and biscuits and gravy, along with fruit and pastries. Lunch is an
odd hodgepodge of everything from Florida rock-shrimp dumplings to
flatbreads and chicken and waffles, with s’mores and warm sticky-bun
sundaes for dessert. The dinner menu (buffet or carryout) includes fried
chicken, ribs, pasta, catch of the day, pizza, and chili.
Fried green tomatoes and beans-and-greens
soup at lunch.
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