Lighthouse Sandwich from Columbia Harbour House is back!

This month another quick service location opened at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. In Liberty Square, across from the Haunted Mansion, Columbia Harbour House reopened its doors to guests. This restaurant is mostly known for New England style meals with lobster rolls, fish, and more. However they have had one of the best vegetarian options for a long time.

Columbia Harbour House
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This restaurant is a great spot for an indoor meal. They have tons of seating upstairs and if you get a table near a window you can get a nice view of the area. There is plenty of seating in here so it’s a nice place for a break with air conditioning.

Upstairs Seating at Columbia Harbour House
Upstairs view at Columbia Harbour House

The Lighthouse Sandwich, which previously was only vegetarian, is a great vegan sandwich option for those looking for a light and refreshing lunch or dinner. This sandwich is filled with a broccoli slaw, hummus, and tomatoes on a toasted multigrain bread.

Columbia Harbour House menu August 2021

The bread is only slightly toasted and the slaw was nice and tangy. They use a vegan honey mustard dressing for the slaw which pairs well with the plain hummus. The whole thing is very creamy and then has a nice crunch with the slaw. There was chunks of broccoli stalks and brussels sprouts in it. The tomato adds a nice cool layer with this.

Lighthouse Sandwich
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Lighthouse Sandwich

My only negative to the sandwich is that the bottom bread gets soggy with the hummus. It isn’t a real negative, but if there’s any issue with this it’s that.

Lighthouse Sandwich

The sandwich comes with a side of fries now instead of house-made chips. You can also get green beans as your side here. I wish they had fruit as an option because this sandwich with a side of fruit would be the perfect hot day lunch.

Lighthouse Sandwich with Fries

If you want a solid meal without any faux meat I highly recommend going to this quick service location on your next visit to the Magic Kingdom.

Review from August 2021.
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Author: Melissa

Back in 2014 I created Vegan Disney World after going to Walt Disney World several times and finding no resource for vegan options. Corey and I began this blog from our trips and have now moved closer to the mouse to eat around the parks on a weekly basis. Since the blog started we have cruised on Disney Cruise Line, gone to Tokyo Disneyland and to Disneyland in California!

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