You are older than 21? Soon you can enjoy more drinks in Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
The “happiest place on Earth is about to be even better for the 21 and over people who enjoy the happy hours.
One of the four restaurants in Disney’s Magical Kingdom in Orlando will begin with the serving of wine and beer on Dec. 23, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
The dining options add alcoholic drinks are Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, the Liberty Tree Tavern, Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen and Cinderella’s Royal Table.
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Wine and beer will be available at all four locations during both lunch and dinner. They will be the first restaurants serving drinks at Disney’s largest theme park, since the “beauty and the Beast themed eatery Be our Guest restaurant opened in 2012, and is the only place in the park where adults could buy alcohol, until now.
Alcohol is only sold in the actual restaurants, the Sentinel reported, noting that there is not a to-go options or on a stand-alone bar.
Brian Koziol, master sommelier and development director for the Disney Parks Food & Beverage, has led to a number of unique food and drink pairings for each dining facility.
The Italian-themed Tony’s Town Square, for example, recommends pairing a Chianti Superiore with the grilled pork chop and mushroom-bean pancetta ragu. In Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen in Adventureland, but that should be bold, pan-Asian and pan-African cuisine, a riesling is proposed to the bucket with the Trader Sam’s head on shrimp.
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Cinderella’s Royal Table will serve champagne and sparkling wine, that suits a festive royal feast.
Founder Walt Disney was reportedly strongly opposed to the sale of alcoholic beverages in the park, but that opposition has waned in recent years as more theme parks have tried several tactics to attract more mature guests.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios and Epcot in walt Disney World, all alcohol is sold at various restaurants in the parks.
Universal orlando and SeaWorld Orlando sell alcohol to.