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Sleepy Hollow

Quick service counter at the entrance to Liberty Square.

Here's the story behind Sleepy Hollow-

Sleepy Hollow (the restaurant) offers tasty caramel corn, assorted cookies and refreshments.

Washington Irving is the author of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow – you remember Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman. In 1835, Irving purchased a tiny, two-room cottage situated on ten acres in Tarrytown, New York, along the banks of the Hudson River. He described the place “capable of being made a little paradise.”

Irving spent many years remodeling and expanding the residence, combining elements of colonial New York architecture and buildings he knew in Scotland and Spain. He named it Sunnyside in 1841, and history shows that the home was a busy place, full of friends and family most of the time – not unlike the restaurant.

Sleepy Hollow at Disney World is based on Sunnyside.

Essential Information

Liberty Square

Quick service

Included in Disney Dining Plan

Tips & Fun Facts

Great place to grab a quick snack in between attractions.

Advanced Dining Reservations

Not available

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Meals Served

Average Cost for full meal
Under $5

Typical Menu Items
Caramel corn, funnel cakes, soft-serve ice cream, beverages

Nearby Attractions

Hall of Presidents
Haunted Mansion



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