So today I’m spotlighting my home location. Harbour House is located in Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom, and y’all. It’s home.
For guests who are pesca, this is an awesome place to eat. CHH does sell a large variety of seafood, from fried shrimp to fried pollock to salmon. However, there are also quite a few options for true vegetarians. (Side note: I very strongly recommend against eating here if you’re allergic to shellfish/any kind of seafood. Cross-contamination is highly likely, especially in a kitchen as small as ours.)
Basic info: Columbia Harbour House is a quick-service dining location eligible for quick-service DDP credits. It is in the <$15 per adult category on Disney’s website. Cast members and annual passholders do not get a discount here.
Lighthouse Sandwich – this is my favorite menu item. The Lighthouse will run you about $11 and has tomato, hummus, and broccoli slaw (don’t knock it ’til you try it). It comes with housemade chips but don’t be shy about swapping it for another side, like fries or green beans.
Broccoli Peppercorn Salad – this salad is also about $11 and comes with chicken, but it’s not difficult for the kitchen cast to prep it without meat and it’s also a little cheaper that way. (Pesca eaters, you can sub salmon for a little extra money.) The toppings include corn, onions, peas, broccoli, parmesan cheese, and sunflower seeds.
Macaroni & Cheese – the mac’n’cheese runs about $13 and comes topped with shrimp, but again, you can get it without. It’s actually the same mac served over at Friar’s Nook in Fantasyland. Personally, the way I go about ordering mac’n’cheese at Harbour is ordering a kid’s meal, since it comes with two sides and a drink (I’m partial to Gogo Squeez applesauce and a cookie). Cast members won’t give adults a hard time about ordering off the kids’ menu; most of us do it ourselves to save money.
Blueberry Cobbler – oh my god guys. My coworkers had a running joke about how much I love that dumb cobbler. It’s $5 and worth every single penny. It’s my favorite thing at Harbour and the best days were the ones when our leaders let us take some home. I’ve included a picture below of the time I was on my break and my friend was playing in the park and I got him and his girlfriend to buy me a cobbler.
That’s all for today guys! If you have any Harbour-specific questions feel free to comment. I know that place inside and out by now. I’ll be back in Disney next weekend so let me know if you have QSR restaurant suggestions!
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