Sleepy Hollow Refreshments
|Sleepy Hollow Refreshments|
|Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in Liberty Square|
|Restaurant Type||Counter Service|
Sleepy Hollow Refreshment's is a counter service restaurant located in Liberty Square.
Although not ready for opening day, Sleepy Hollow Refreshments opened in 1971. The restaurant takes its inspiration from the 1949 Disney movie "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad" , which was in turn based on the novel "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" by Washinton Irving. In fact, the architecture of Sleepy Hollow Refreshments was modeled after Washington Irving's residence, Sunnyside . The only major change to the restaurant itself came in 1997, when the building was heavily renovated .
Sleepy Hollow Refreshment’s initially served snacks (including its famous funnel cake and caramel popcorn) and drinks; however the menu has since changed quite a bit. Over time the menu also included, slushies, Mickey Mouse waffles, and even chicken and wild rice soup. In November of 2011, it was announced that Sleepy Hollow Refreshments would be changing its menu once again . Waffle sandwiches were then added to the menu in three varieties: sweet and spicy chicken, ham, and Nutella with fresh fruit. Subsequently, in March of 2012 a breakfast waffle (consisting of eggs, ham and cheese) was added to the menu .
References to Ichabod and Mr. Toad 
- If guests look closely in the restaurant, they can find a locket which has pictures of Ichabod and Katrina inside it.
- In one of the restaurant's windows, guests can see a pumpkin head (an obvious reference to the Headless Horseman).
Click below to see the official Sleepy Hollow Refreshments menu: