Sleepy Hollow Refreshments is a quick-service dining location in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. The building, which serves waffles and other snacks, is named after the town in New York where The Legend of Sleepy Hollow took place. Written by Washington Irving in 1820, the story was adapted by Disney for the second half of the 1949 animated film, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad.
The unique brick architectural design and colonial elements of Sleepy Hollow Refreshments were inspired by Irving’s Sunnyside estate. Now a National Historic Landmark, the author called Sunnyside his home from 1835 until his death in 1859.
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