Columbia Harbour House is a colonial-style counter service restaurant located mainly in Liberty Square at the Magic Kingdom theme park in Walt Disney World. I say mainly because there are two floors to the Columbia Harbour House restaurant. Part of the second floor actually acts as an archway between Liberty Square and Fantasyland. We have eaten up there a couple of times while visiting Walt Disney World. You can watch other guests from the windows of the archway walk under you while you pig out.
A few of their menu choices include a fried fish basket, chicken nuggets, tuna and hummus sandwiches. Most entrees are served with fries, chips, apple slices or carrots. Columbia Harbour House also serves soups like New England clam chowder or vegetarian chili and desserts like apple crisp or chocolate cake. Yum. Now I'm hungry while blogging about this. The prices are also more reasonable compared to the other theme park restaurants.
I recommend Columbia Harbour House highly. It's a great place to sit down with your family for about a half an hour or more to eat, drink, talk, avoid the hustle and bustle of the crowds, and just get out of the heat for awhile (if you're visiting in the hottest times to be at Walt Disney World). I love the style of the Columbia Harbour House from the wooden floors to the relaxing atmosphere. I remember when me and my little brother were in our younger days getting up from the table and doing a little dance to the sailor-type music that was playing. That same music still plays today although I couldn't hear the music as well upstairs where we sat. I loved this place then and yet I still love it today.