Are you trying to figure out if you can get alcohol and beer in Magic Kingdom? Whether you’re looking for cocktails or beer in this magical park, scroll ahead for everything you need to know.
Although booze hasn’t always been available at Walt Disney World, you can now get alcohol and beer in Magic Kingdom!
I know – it’s a huge relief for any parent (or adult of any kind!) visiting the parks.
It was never in Walt’s grand plan to serve wine, fancy cocktails, or beer at the Disney World parks. But Disney quickly clocked on to the major demand for the stuff, and several parks now serve alcohol.
You might think that all table service restaurants, quick service areas, and snack spots sell alcohol at Magic Kingdom.
Well, you’d be wrong.
Alcohol is much trickier to track down at Magic Kingdom than at EPCOT where you can literally drink around the world!
If you’re looking for the ultimate guide to grabbing alcohol at Magic Kingdom (or a cocktail or two!), simply read ahead.
This guide covers which onsite restaurants serve alcohol, where you can get booze at the resorts, and a few places to have drinks outside the parks.
Now let’s get to it!
Can You Get Alcohol and Beer in Magic Kingdom?
Yes, you totally can!
It’s worth noting that you can only get alcohol at table-service restaurants.
This means booking a reservation or trying your luck as a walk-in.
As the restaurants at Magic Kingdom are extremely popular at the best of times, I recommend snagging a reservation in advance.
If you can’t do this, it’s a good idea to check for reservations by checking the Disney World app.
Having no luck? Try asking the friendly Cast Members about availability.
Although you can technically get a beer or glass of wine and leave, it’s not really the “done thing”.
You’ll usually be expected to purchase a full meal alongside your drink.
This may not fit into your park plans, so think carefully before grabbing a table.
If you’re in a rush, it’s worth trying to score a table at Be Our Guest.
This is supposedly a quick-service spot (though it doesn’t seem like it!), meaning you’ll be in and out more quickly if you want a quick beer in Magic Kingdom.
What kind of alcohol can you get at Magic Kingdom?
In addition to cocktails and wine, you can get beer in Magic Kingdom.
Most restaurants have their own pours, with themed table-service spots offering wonderful international drinks.
You won’t find spirits on any menu, so keep this in mind if you were planning to get a few shots in!
The cocktails are all made with sparkling wine or beer (in case you were wondering!).
Restaurants That Serve Alcohol and Beer in Magic Kingdom
Most people visiting Disney World are looking for beer in Magic Kingdom.
I totally get it – it’s the cheapest form of alcohol available at the parks, and you need to keep trip costs down somehow!
Below, you’ll find all the restaurants currently serving alcohol at Magic Kingdom.
Before diving in, it’s worth noting that all the restaurants serve slightly different drinks.
If you don’t want any unpleasant surprises, just check the menus before visiting. I’ve linked them all, so you can just click through for convenience!
1. Liberty Tree Tavern
Liberty Tree Tavern is an awesome spot to visit for beer or wine in Magic Kingdom. You’ll find craft beers and a selection of recognizable favorites.
The Liberty Sangria is a particular favorite of mine, but you’ll also find mimosas, shandy, and a selection of hard ciders.
If you’re a fan of wines by the bottle, you can grab affordable picks like Martin Ray or opt for a William Hill Chardonnay.
Most of the wines are from around the country, with several coming from California and a few from Oregon.
2. Diamond Horseshoe
Diamond Horseshoe is in Liberty Square and serves a selection of beers, ciders, wines, and cocktails.
They sell similar specialty cocktails (like the sangria!) to Liberty Tree Tavern but sell a better range of lagers.
You’ll also find a selection of hard ciders and Californian wines on the menu.
3. Be Our Guest
Be Our Guest has wonderful theming, and it can be a nice place to pick up a cocktail (the mimosas are particularly good) or beer.
I’ve also found that Be Our Guest has excellent private-label champagnes and wines that are also themed.
The Enchantée Champagne Brut is lovely, but you can also get a sampler of any three glasses of wine.
This can be a good way to try multiple pours without breaking the bank.
4. The Crystal Palace
The Crystal Palace isn’t the best place to visit for alcohol at Magic Kingdom as the selection is small.
There are a few nice sparkling wines and two specialty cocktails.
When it comes to beers, you’ll find a couple of hard ciders (like Angry Orchard) and a couple of lagers/pale ales.
5. Cinderella’s Royal Table
Cinderella’s Royal Table is great for sparkling wines and wine cocktails.
Sadly, this isn’t the place to visit if you’re trying to find beer in Magic Kingdom.
6. Jungle Skipper Canteen
At Jungle Skipper Canteen, you’ll find a few mass-market and craft beers, making it a great spot for sitting back after a tiring day of hitting rides.
They usually serve lagers, ales, and IPAs from around the world.
There’s a single Belgian beer and the rest are from around the USA (think Florida, Colorado, and St. Louis).
Oh, if you visit this place, don’t forget to try the exclusive Kungaloosh Spiced Excursion Ale!
7. The Plaza Restaurant
The Plaza is located on Main Street and it’s an elegant place to visit for a glass of wine or beer in Magic Kingdom.
You’ll find quite a large selection of wines as well as specialty beverages like Mudslides.
The beer selection isn’t amazing, but you’ll find Bud Light, Blue Moon, and Michelob.
8. Tony’s Town Square Restaurant
Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is on Main Street USA and serves a selection of Italian wines, a few beers, and a cocktail (yep, just one!).
If I’m being honest, I’d stick to the wines here as you’ll find a few excellent pours from Tuscany and Piedmont.
There are currently only two beers available.
9. Club 33
If you’re lucky enough to get into Club 33 at Disney World, you’ll find tons of amazing alcohol here.
Sadly, you need to be a member which is nearly impossible!
Places to Get Alcohol Near Magic Kingdom
As there aren’t any dedicated bars at Magic Kingdom, you may need to head offsite if you want that atmosphere.
This is ideal for anyone needing a post-park drink or staying in one of the hotels near Disney World.
If you’re traveling without kids, I find a midday drink break at one of the resorts is one of the best things to do at Disney World for adults.
So, if you’re looking for great bars near Magic Kingdom, check out these incredible Disney bars and restaurants!
Just as a heads up – many of the Disney Resort Hotels that I mention are on the monorail (or accessible by boat).
Where to get alcohol at Disney Springs or Resorts – my top picks
Polynesian Village Resort
- Ohana – Polynesian Resort
- Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto – Polynesian Village Resort
- Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace – Polynesian Village Resort
- Kona Café – Polynesian Village Resort
- Barefoot Pool Bar – Polynesian Village Resort
- Oasis Bar & Grill – Polynesian Village Resort
- Tambu Lounge – Polynesian Village Resort
- Capt. Cook’s – Polynesian Village Resort
Grand Floridian Resort
- Enchanted Rose Lounge – Grand Floridian Resort
- The Wave – Contemporary Resort
- California Grill Lounge – Contemporary Resort
- Outer Rim – Contemporary Resort
- Territory Lounge – Wilderness Lodge (great for northwestern beers, BTW!)
- Geyser Point – Wilderness Lodge
- The Edison – Disney Springs
- Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar – Disney Springs
- Wine Bar George – Disney Springs (the place to be for wines)
- AbracadaBar – Disney’s BoardWalk (perfect for cocktails)
- Jellyrolls Dueling Piano Bar – Swan Reserve
Port Orleans French Quarter
- Scat Cat’s Club – Port Orleans French Quarter (also an amazing place to visit for Disney World beignets!)
Can you walk around with alcohol at Disney World?
No, you can’t.
You can only consume alcohol inside designated Magic Kingdom restaurants.
It’s hard to say whether this is because Disney wants you to soak up the booze with a meal or wants to force you to purchase food!
But either way, walking around with wine or beer at Magic Kingdom is a no-no.
If you’d like to meander around the parks with a beer in hand, I recommend drinking around the world at EPCOT.
What are the best drinks at Disney World?
This is down to personal preference, but I love specialty cocktails like the Disney Mimosa.
It’s made with orange juice and champagne, and you can get it at several locations.
If you’re a fan of beers or wines, stick with craft brews or Californian wines.
Can you bring your own alcohol to Magic Kingdom?
You can’t bring your own alcohol to Magic Kingdom.
All alcohol consumed on site must be purchased within the park gates – sorry!
If you try and sneak alcohol into Magic Kingdom, it’ll probably get confiscated by security.
How much is alcohol at Magic Kingdom?
Beers in Magic Kingdom tend to be the cheapest option and will set you back around $8 – $12.
If you’re looking for cocktails, expect to pay around $10 – $13.
Bottles of champagne and wine will understandably be more expensive. It’s usually between $40 and $250 for wines and it can cost up to $350 for an amazing bottle of champagne.
I hope that this guide has answered everything you need to know about getting alcohol and beer in Magic Kingdom.
Do you plan to add any of these spots to your Disney World planning list? What do you think is the best place for finding alcohol at Magic Kingdom? Let me know in the comments below!
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