Orlando attractions

The Diamond Horseshoe

Once upon a time, this now-restaurant housed the Diamond Horseshoe Revue, which swung its doors pen in 1971. A spin-off from the Anaheim Disneyland Park's Goldenshoe Revue, it featured old-fashioned vaudeville entertainment circa 1870, with plenty of singing, can can dancing, and corny slapstick sketches. Despite being one of Walt Disney’s favourite aspects of Disney World, it closed in February 2003.
You can now sit and enjoy food and drink in this building, where the stage and theatrical posters are still intact. Choose from freshly carved sandwiches (turkey or peanut and jelly), or go for the all-you-care-to-eat dinner service, where you can share delicious platters of "Saloon Salad" (tossed mixed greens with strawberry vinaigrette dressing) or "Ranchhand's Feast", (ham and carved beef with sides of seasonal vegetables, herb bread stuffing and macaroni and cheese).