Casey's Corner
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The Casey's Corner listing is a Counter Service (quick service) dining location at Magic Kingdom featuring American cuisine. There are 4 photos in the Mealtrip photo gallery for this location and dining period. The Casey's Corner listing currently has a score of 57 out of 100. Click here to read all of the reviews for this location, or log in to Mealtrip.com to add your own review for Casey's Corner.
Sign above Casey's as seen from Main Street., Casey's Corner, Magic Kingdom
Sign above Casey's as seen from Main Street.
The Corn Dog Nuggets Meal at Casey's Corner is served with thin cut French Fries (shown here) or Apple Slices. Two small self-serve condiment bars are located on either side of the registers and feature some of the basics (ketchup, mustard, sauerkraut, etc.) in small cups., Casey's Corner, Magic Kingdom
The Corn Dog Nuggets Meal at Casey's Corner is served with thin cut French Fries (shown here) or Apple Slices. Two small self-serve condiment bars are located on either side of the registers and feature some of the basics (ketchup, mustard, sauerkraut, etc.) in small cups.
New edible Tsum Tsum's from Casey's Corner! No, no, these are actually Corn Dog Nuggets. The batter used here is a properly sweet, "state-fair" style cornmeal that complements the hot dog inside nicely., Casey's Corner, Magic Kingdom
New edible Tsum Tsum's from Casey's Corner! No, no, these are actually Corn Dog Nuggets. The batter used here is a properly sweet, "state-fair" style cornmeal that complements the hot dog inside nicely.
The thin-cut fries at Casey's are almost legendary. You can't walk around the long-standing Main Street tradition without seeing guests with trays overflowing with fries and hot dogs., Casey's Corner, Magic Kingdom
The thin-cut fries at Casey's are almost legendary. You can't walk around the long-standing Main Street tradition without seeing guests with trays overflowing with fries and hot dogs.