Casey’s Corner was closed for several months during our DCP program for a major remodel. They removed the stadium seating and baseball game stuff, giving the store a cleaner look.
Caroline LOVES their corn dogs and was really looking forward to having lunch there. In fact, we ate at Casey’s Corner several times during the week!
Whether they’re baseball fans or not, Casey’s Corner is a draw for most Magic Kingdom guests. Memorializing the famous poem, Casey at the Bat, Casey’s Corner sells your favorite ballpark foods: hot dogs, fries, and pretzels.
And, while they serve some of the best hot dogs in town, their corn dogs are to die for!
And, we got to see Famous Jim, the ragtime piano player. He’s celebrating 30 years of playing the piano at Casey’s Corner this month (Nov. 27, 2014).
Here’s a video of his 30th anniversary celebration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNBTcuWYaJM
Hit it out of the park with American baseball favorites: hot dogs, nachos, corn dog nuggets, French fries, cotton candy and Cracker Jack. You may even catch Jim tickling the ivories to ragtime tunes outside.
Lunch Menu (11/2014)
Topped with Chili and Melted Cheddar. Served with Apple Slices or French Fries $10.29
Barbecue Slaw Dog
Topped with Pulled Pork, Coleslaw, and Barbecue Sauce. Served with Apple Slices or French Fries $9.99
Topped with Caramelized Onions and Stone-ground Mustard. Served with Apple Slices or French Fries $9.49
Hot Dog Meal
Served with Apple Slices or French Fries $8.29
Ball Park Nachos $8.19
Corn Dog Nuggets $5.49
French Fries $2.99
Cotton Candy $4.19
Cracker Jack $2.59
Assorted Fountain Beverages $2.99 – $3.29
Dasani® Bottled Water $2.50
Odwalla® All-Natural Lemonade $2.99
Minute Maid® Apple Juice $2.59
Milk, Nestlé® Nesquik® Chocolate Milk $2.59
Coffee, regular or decaf $2.29
Nestlé® Hot Cocoa $2.29
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