Good seafood in a tidy little Disney Community in Kissimmee area. Fishwich sandwich was especially tasty. Visiting Celebration is a must.
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The clam chowder was delicious. The Classic Wedge Salad was crisp and fresh. We plan to return when we are hungrier. We felt like we were visiting Boston with the cozy atmosphere. Our waiter, Matt, from Detroit, was friendly and efficient.
I do not normally frequent taverns, I decided to give Celebration Town Tavern a shot and they exceeded my expectations. The atmosphere was great. The clam chowder, stuffed shrimp and Cole slaw were all excellent. Even though the restaurant was very busy, the server was...More
We were very pleased. We were seated on the patio and the place was packed. Our server, Rob, came over right away; he was polite and helpful, and never far away. This is a family-owned restaurant and all food is prepared fresh on site. The...More
We totally enjoyed our lunch at Celebration Town Tavern. Clam Chowder was amazing, so was the black bean wrap, lobster quesadilla, & all else that was ordered. The service was fast and friendly. Atmosphere was interesting, we enjoyed looking around at all the different stuff...More
We sat on the covered, heated patio and our server was terrific. The food was excellent as well. The clam chowder was delicious and I had the shrimp parmesan which I really enjoyed. Highly recommended and only a short drive from Disney.
This is one of my "go to" spots when I am in town. I love the atmosphere, the bar, and the staff. It's usually pretty easy to get a seat outside. The price for a pint of draft beer is very fair and the food...More
Best clam chowder ever! Were there for the Celebration "fake" snow fall and other activities nearby. Visited for dinner. We were 10 and tried different things. Service was fine, we had separate tabs and they had no issue with that nor were there any mistakes...More
Went there for dinner over the Christmas period. The real issue with this place is that it is so busy. You have to wait up to an hour for a table. Still, if you get there early, you can reserve a table and then wander...More