More Liquor Options Arrive at Disney’s Magic Kingdom


The once “dry” Magic Kingdom Park has just launched more beverage options for its Disney park guests. This time, the liquor has reached previous places with only beer, wine and champagne.

Disney Park guests 21 and older will find plenty of alcoholic beverages at Walt Disney World Resort’s EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. From kiosks to lounges, quick service restaurants and everything in between, a grown-up drink is usually close at hand.

alcohol at the Magic Kingdom

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But Disney’s Magic Kingdom is a unique park. This once-dry park first welcomed alcohol when it opened the stunning table-service restaurant Be Our Guest in 2012.

Years later, alcohol is now available at all table-service restaurants located inside the park, as well as offered in special ticketed options like the nightly fireworks dessert party.

Magic Kingdom Fireworks Dessert PartyCredit: Disney Dining

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While alcohol is not available in quick service restaurants or kiosks (and there are no lounges at Magic Kingdom), guests do enjoy a sip or two at table service restaurants such as Be Our Guest Restaurant, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen, Liberty Tree Tavern, The Crystal Palace, The Diamond Horseshoe, The Plaza Restaurant and Tony’s Town Square Restaurant.

Now, two former beer, wine and champagne-only locations have added liquor to their lunch and dinner menus. Be Our Guest Restaurant and Cinderella’s Royal Table have added new specialty cocktails.

Be our guest restaurant

Be our guest restaurantCredit: Disney

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At the Be Our Guest Restaurant in Fantasyland, not only can guests choose to drink the usual favorites, such as the Be Our Guest Private Label Wine Sampler with a sampling of three wine selections, but Disney has added three liquor selections, which include:

  • French 75 ($14.50): Fords Gin, lemon juice and pure cane sugar topped with Charles de Fère Reserve Chardonnay Tradition Brut
  • Bloody Mary ($14.50): Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Bloody Mary Mix Garnished with Cucumber, Grape Tomato and Green Olive
  • boulevard ($16.50): Knob Creek Rye Whiskey, Campari Liqueur and Martini & Rossi Sweet Vermouth Garnished with Luxardo Cherries

Cinderella’s Royal Table

Cinderella's Royal TableCredit: Disney

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Nearby, at Cinderella’s Royal Table, patrons can enjoy regular favorites such as the Canella Bellini sparkling peach cocktail. But now, Disney has added to the specialty cocktail menu to include:

  • French 75 ($14.50): Fords Gin, lemon juice and pure cane sugar topped with Charles de Fère Reserve Chardonnay Tradition Brut
  • Bloody Mary ($14.50): Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Bloody Mary Mix Garnished with Cucumber, Grape Tomato and Green Olive

Alcohol remains unavailable anywhere in Magic Kingdom Park other than table service restaurants and special events, such as the Fireworks Dessert Party.

alcohol at the dessert party with fireworksCredit: Disney Dining

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Of course, guests always have the option of riding the Resort Monorail outside of the Magic Kingdom and enjoying alcoholic beverages at one of the Resort Monorail Resort Hotels, including Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa .

Happy (and safe) sipping the new liquor at Magic Kingdom on your next Disney vacation!


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