For a long time, Magic Kingdom was quintessentially family-friendly and didn’t serve alcohol anywhere in the park.
Now, Disney World has loosened its restrictions and allows guests to drink responsibly at specific locations throughout the Most Magical Place on Earth.
Guests can purchase alcohol at certain restaurants in Magic Kingdom, including the Be Our Guest Restaurant, Cinderella’s Royal Table, the Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen, the Liberty Tree Tavern, Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, the Plaza Restaurant, the Crystal Palace, and the Diamond Horseshoe. These restaurants serve a variety of wines (sparkling or otherwise), specialty cocktails, champagne, hard ciders, and beer. Alternative options like Magic Kingdom Firework Dessert Parties and Club 33 also make alcohol accessible.
This article highlights where guests can get alcohol in Magic Kingdom, how to find these exclusive places, and offers alternative options for parkgoers to quench their thirst.
How to Find Alcohol at Magic Kingdom
To find restaurants serving alcohol in Magic Kingdom, guests can use the My Disney Experience App.
This app allows visitors to browse menus and use electronic maps to locate restaurants throughout the park.
Can You Bring Your Own Alcohol Into Magic Kingdom?
Guests are prohibited from bringing their own alcoholic beverages into Magic Kingdom Park.
Alcohol can only be purchased and consumed at select restaurants and venues, and visitors cannot walk around the park with their adult beverages.
Which Restaurants Serve Alcohol in Magic Kingdom?
Below is a guide to all the restaurants that serve alcohol in Magic Kingdom.
Be Our Guest Restaurant
Bask in the Beast’s enchanted castle and enjoy delicious French and American cuisine at the Be Our Guest Restaurant in Fantasyland.
Guests can complement their meal with exquisite private-label champagne and wines like the floral and apple-infused Enchantée (Enchanted) Champagne Brut and French Oak-aged L’ombre de la Bête (Shadow of the Beast) Chardonnay.
These options vary from $13 a glass to $85 a bottle.
Visitors will find selections of wines and sparkling wines, such as Charles de Fère Cuvée Jean Louis Blanc de Blancs Brut and Banfi Rosa Regale Sparkling Red.
Wines range from $11 per glass to $150 per bottle.
For those into beers and hard ciders, Be Our Guest has options from $8.50 to $13.25, including Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider, Kronenbourg 1664, and Stella Artois.
All of the alcoholic beverages available are from the United States, Canada, Belgium, and France, and the full menu is available on Walt Disney World’s official website or the official app.
Cinderella’s Royal Table
Indulge in a one-of-a-kind fine-dining experience at Cinderella’s Royal Table inside the iconic Cinderella Castle.
For breakfast, guests can enjoy specialty wine cocktails from $12 to $15, like The Royal Breakfast Flight or Cinderella’s Royal Table’s take on the classic Mimosa.
Parkgoers can sip into the afternoon or evening with a selection of specialty cocktails, wines, sparkling wines, dessert wines, champagne, and beer.
Wines and Sparkling wines vary from Paul Cheneau’s ‘Lady of Spain’ Brut Cava, Whispering Angel Rosé, and reserve wines like J. Lohr Signature Cabernet Sauvignon.
Prices range from $11 per glass to $245 per bottle.
Delectable dessert wines such as Emotions, de la Tour Blanche, and Broadbent Malmsey 10 yr Madeira are also available between $21 and $64.
Prestigious champagne like Enchantée Champagne Brut is also served at Cinderella’s Royal Table for $21 a glass and $85 a bottle.
Beer also has a place on the menu with French and Canadian options from Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc ($9.75) to Unibroue Blanche de Chambly ($11.25).
Guests can visit the official website or the My Disney Experience app to browse the entire drink menu.
Embark on a tasty expedition at this topical outpost in Adventureland and pair African, Asian, and Latin fare with some exceptional beverages.
Jungle Navigation Co.’s lunch and dinner menus offer a plethora of specialty cocktails, wines, and beer.
Themed specialty cocktails costing anywhere from $10.50 to $16.50 include the tropical-flavored Jungle Bird and the tangy Golden Haze Margarita.
Jungle Navigation Co. also has some great wines from $12 per glass to $81 per bottle, such as the blackberry and dark cherry, vanilla spiced Rust en Vrede Cabernet Sauvignon.
The toasty apple and citrus Iron Horse Fairy Tale Celebration Cuvée Brut also makes a wonderful selection.
Beer lovers can wash down their meal with choices like Blue Moon Belgian White Ale or Tampa Bay Brewing Old Elephant IPA for $8.50 to $10.75.
For a sneak peek of all alcoholic beverages at Jungle Navigation Co., parkgoers can check out the menu on Disney’s official website or mobile app.
Liberty Tree Tavern
The Liberty Tree Tavern is a colonial-inspired inn devoted to the founding fathers and serves New England-style cuisine.
The ambiance and fare are topped off with a diverse selection of wines, specialty cocktails, beer, and hard ciders.
The wine menu lists options like William Hill Chardonnay, The Federalist Zinfandel, and Iron Horse Fairy Tale Celebration Cuvée Brut.
Prices range from $12 a glass to $81 a bottle.
Specialty cocktails are $10.50 to $17.50 per drink and include the red wine Liberty Sangria, the Gold Rush, and the Magical Beacon Cocktail.
Guests can enjoy featured beverages like Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider, Samuel Adams Seasonal, and Blue Point Toasted Lager for $8.50 to $10.50 each.
The full Liberty drink menu is available via the official website or My Disney Experience app.
Tony’s Town Square Restaurant
Share some spaghetti like Lady and the Tramp at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant on Main Street, U.S.A.
Guests can complement their romantic meals with an Italian wine list featuring options like the Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Antinori Bramìto del Cervo Chardonnay, and Arcanum ‘il fauno di Arcanum’ Super Tuscan Merlot Blend.
The wine list varies from $11 per glass to $75 per bottle.
Some of Tony’s specialty cocktails include the whiskey-based Little Italy Cocktail ($16.50), a Limoncello Sidecar ($15.50), and the Wine Cocktail ($12.50).
Beer enthusiasts have their choice between the Peroni ‘Nastro Azzuro’ Euro Pale Lager ($8.75) and the Stella Artois Belgian Pilsner ($10).
The complete drink menu can be found on the official website or the My Disney Experience app.
The Plaza Restaurant
The Plaza Restaurant is perfect for elegant ambiance, casual dining, and adult beverages.
Here, guests can find wines like Sauvignon Blanc House-made White Sangria, creamy-textured Cambria Katherine’s Vineyard Chardonnay, and silky MacMurray Estate Pinot Noir.
Wines cost anywhere from $12 a glass to $64 a bottle.
Beer options are available for $8.50 to $10.50, including Bud Light Lager, Blue Moon Belgian Wheat, Michelob Ultra Lager, and Cigar City Jai Alai IPA.
Venture through the lunch and dinner menus online or in the app for lists of available beer and wine.
The Crystal Palace
Dine on breakfast, lunch, or dinner with Winnie the Pooh and friends at this Victorian Crystal Palace.
Menus offer a selection of specialty cocktails, wines, beer, and hard ciders.
Guests can choose between two specialty cocktails: the mimosa made with Domaine Ste. Michelle and orange juice for $13.50, or the House-made White Sangria made with Kunde Sauvignon Blanc, pineapple juice, and fruit for $12.
Fess Parker Riesling, Franciscan Chardonnay, and MacMurray Estate Pinot Noir are a few of the excellent wines available, and depending on the wine, prices range from $10 a glass to $64 a bottle.
Some beer and hard cider options are Bud Light Lager, Angry Orchard Crisp Hard Apple Cider, and Cigar City Jai Alai India Pale Ale.
Prices run between $8.50 to $10.50 per drink.
The Crystal Palace’s complete menu is available through Walt Disney World’s official website or mobile app.
The Diamond Horseshoe
The Diamond Horseshoe is set inside an Old West music hall and serves cozy holiday feasts.
The lunch and dinner menus are accompanied by specialty cocktails, wine, beer, and hard ciders.
Some specialty cocktails are the Spirit of ‘76 Cider Shandy, the Gold Rush, and the Magical Beacon Cocktail, and they vary in price from $10.50 to $17.50
The cost of beers and hard ciders ranges from $8.50 to $10.50, and guests can browse options such as Bud Light Lager, Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider, and Blue Point Brewing Company Toasted Lager.
The Diamond Horseshoe features wine like House-made Sangria (made from red or white wine), Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc, and Iron Horse Fairy Tale Celebration Cuvée Brut.
The price of wine ranges from $12 a glass to $81 a bottle.
Parkgoers can view the drink menu on the official website or app.
Alternative Ways to Get Alcohol at Magic Kingdom
Aside from restaurants, both the Magic Kingdom Firework Dessert Parties and the exclusive Club 33 serve alcohol.
Magic Kingdom Firework Dessert Parties
Dining menus for Magic Kingdom’s Firework Dessert Parties include beer and wine for guests 21 and over.
Available alcoholic beverages vary depending on which occasion guests attend and when.
Browse upcoming dessert parties on the Walt Disney World official website.
Magic Kingdom’s Club 33
Magic Kingdom’s Club 33 memberships offer private and unique experiences to pre-approved guests, including access to events where alcoholic beverages are served.
Guests can express their interest in joining Club 33 by contacting [email protected].
To unwind with an alcoholic beverage, guests must visit select Magic Kingdom restaurants and table services.
Guests can only consume alcohol in these specific locations and cannot walk around the park with their drinks or bring in their own alcohol.
Participating restaurants include the Be Our Guest Restaurant, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen, the Liberty Tree Tavern, Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, the Plaza Restaurant, the Crystal Palace, and the Diamond Horseshoe.
Other services that provide alcohol are the Magic Kingdom Firework Dessert Parties and Magic Kingdom’s Club 33.
Table of Contents
- How to Find Alcohol at Magic Kingdom
- Can You Bring Your Own Alcohol Into Magic Kingdom?
- Which Restaurants Serve Alcohol in Magic Kingdom?
- Alternative Ways to Get Alcohol at Magic Kingdom