Spilling the Tea on Golden Oak Outpost

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In need of a Frontierland oasis? Golden Oak Outpost is a quick-service kiosk just across the way from Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe and in between Splash Mountain and Adventureland’s Pirates of the Caribbean.

This Gold Rush-era eatery’s hours vary and it isn’t open all the time; but when it is, you can often find some new chow here from time to time for something quick and on the go.

Although, if you prefer to take it easy after a wild ride on Big Thunder Mountain or a plunge down Splash Mountain, Golden Oak Outpost has an adjacent, outdoor seating area.

Note: Have someone in your group grab a table before ordering. Open seats go fast!

Now, let’s get to the vittles!

Entrees

  • Chicken Strips – $9.99
    • If you’ve been at Walt Disney World for any length of time, and particularly with kids, you’re likely familiar with Disney’s standard chicken strips. Granted, they get the job done. However, they’re expensive.
  • Chili-Cheese Fries – $6.49
    • Like the chicken tenders, the fries are your generic Disney fries. Sadly, nothing special.

Desserts

  • Warm Fresh-baked Chocolate-Chunk Cookie – $3.29

Drinks

  • Assorted Fountain Beverage – $3.99
  • DASANI Bottled Water – $3.50
  • Minute Maid Premium Lemonade Slushy – $5.49
  • Sweet Tea Slushy – $4.99

By far, the best thing at Golden Oak Outpost is the sweet tea slushy. Real Southern sweet tea is an art form and absolutely not grains of Sweet’n Low swimming around in your glass. If you’re looking to order this icy treat, expect the super sugary, sweetness that Southerners subscribe to.

  • Minute Maid Premium Lemonade & Sweet Tea Slushy – $5.99

Otherwise known as an Arnold Palmer, this slushy is the best of both worlds and a delight for those who love a lotta lemon in their tea. Super refreshing!

Have lunch at Casey’s Corner and then come to the Golden Oak Outpost for the sweet tea or the lemonade and sweet tea slushy!

Have you tried the Sweet Tea Slushy at Golden Oak? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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Savannah Sanders

Savannah has been visiting Disney World since she was a year old and has gone back almost every year since. In the real world, she teaches high school history and government and enjoys writing about all things Disney. Savannah can be reached on Twitter @DisneyParkSavvy.

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