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How to Get Beer and Alcohol at Magic Kingdom

How to Get Beer and Alcohol at Magic Kingdom

It wasn’t always possible to buy beer or alcohol in Magic Kingdom. In fact, if Walt Disney was still alive today, chances are, you still wouldn’t be able to considering he was vehemently against it. However, in 2022, guests are not only able to buy alcoholic beverages at the Magic Kingdom but have ample options to choose from. Here’s everything you need to know to get beer and alcohol at Magic Kingdom:

Magic Kingdom Restaurants That Sell Alcohol Beverages 

There are currently eight restaurants at the Magic Kingdom that serve alcoholic beverages: 

  • The Crystal Palace
  • The Plaza Restaurant
  • Be Our Guest
  • Cinderella’s Royal Table
  • Liberty Tree Tavern
  • The Diamond Horseshoe
  • Tony’s Town Square Restuarant
  • Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen

Unsurprisingly, these restaurants are all sit-down restaurants. So, if you were hoping to be able to score a drink to walk around with, your only option will be to park hop over to Epcot. 

Is the Menu the Same at Every Restaurant? 

No. The drink menus will vary at every sit-down location (although, we’ve found that the beer and wine selections remain pretty consistent). Currently, here are the alcohol beverage selections (and their cost) at each of the above restaurants: 

The Crystal Palace

  • Bud Light Lager: $8
  • Angry Orchard Crisp Hard Apple Cider: $9.25
  • Michelob Ultra Lager: $8.50
  • Blue Moon Belgian Wheat: $8.50
  • Cigar City Jai Alai India Pale Ale: $10
  • Mimosa: $13
  • House-made White Sangria: $11
  • J. Lohr Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Franciscan Chardonnay: $13 glass/$53 per bottle
  • Kunde Magnolia Lane Sauvignon Blanc: $10 glass/$39 per bottle
  • Francis Ford Coppola Diamond Collection Merlot: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Fess Parker Riesling: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • MacMurray Estate Pinot Noir: $15 glass/$59 per bottle

The Plaza Restaurant

  • Bud Light Lager: $8
  • Michelob Ultra Lager: $8.50
  • Blue Moon Belgian Wheat: $8.50
  • Cigar City Jai Alai IPA: $10
  • Sangria: $11
  • Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • J. Lohr Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Kunde Magnolia Lane Sauvignon Blanc: $10 glass/$39 per bottle
  • Cambria Benchbreak Chardonnay: $13 glass/$55 per bottle
  • MacMurray Estate Pinot Noir: $15 glass/$59 per bottle
  • Fess Parker Riesling: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Marceline Mudslide: $10

Be Our Guest

  • Squids Revenge: $13
  • Hoegaarden Wit, Belgium: $8
  • Stella Artois, Belgium: $9.25
  • Cigar City Alai IPA, Tampa, Florida: $9
  • Chimay Blue, Belgium: $12.75
  • Kronenbourg 1664, France: $9.25
  • Saison Dupont, Belgium: $10.25
  • Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider: $8.75
  • Charles de Fere Cuvee Jean Louis Blanc de Blancs Brut, France: $10 glass/$39 per bottle
  • Terra d’Oro Moscato, California: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Brut Yellow Label, Reims: $130 bottle (no per glass option)
  • Kurt Russell’s Gogi Wines Goldie Chardonnay, Santa Rita Hills: $22 glass/$89 per bottle
  • Belle Glos Pinot Noir, Las Alturas, Santa Lucia Highlands: $17 glass/$69 per bottle
  • Banfi Rosa Regale Brachetto d’Acqui, Piedmont: $15 glass/$59 per bottle
  • Cuvee Dom Perignon Brut, Champagne: $350 per bottle (no per glass option)
  • King Estate Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley: $13 glass/$55 per bottle
  • The Prisoner Red Blend, Napa Valley: $20 glass/$79 per bottle
  • Chateau Ste. Michelle Syrah, Columbia Valley: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Kistler Les Noisetiers Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast: $120 per bottle (no per-glass option)
  • Joseph Drouhin Laforet Pinot Noir, Burgundy: $14 glass/$55 per bottle
  • Silverado Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley: $22 glass/$89 per bottle
  • Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley: $140 per bottle (no per glass option)
  • Markham Merlot, Napa Valley: $15 glass/$59 per bottle
  • Simi Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley: $16 glass/$69 per bottle
  • Dr. Loosen Dr. L Riesling QBA, Mosel: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Cambria Katherine’s Vineyard Chardonnay, Santa Maria Valley: $13 glass/$53 per bottle
  • Michel Redde Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc, Loire Valley: $18 glass$75 per bottle
  • Flowers Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast: $99 per bottle (no per glass option)
  • Be our Guest Private Label Wine Sampler: $24
  • L’ombre de la Bete Vin Rouge Jean-Luc Colombo, Les Bartavelles, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Rhone Valley: $20 glass/$79 per bottle
  • Enchantee Champagne Brut Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne Brut, Chouilly: $20 glass/$79 per bottle
  • L’ombre de la Bete Chardonnary Georges Duboeuf, Emile Beranger, Pouilly-Fuisse Burgundy: $18 glass/$75 per bottle
  • Enchantee Rose Gerard Bertrand Syrah/Grenache Rose Languedoc: $12 glass/$49 per bottle

Read more: Be Our Guest Dining Review

Cinderella’s Royal Table

  • Mimosa: $12
  • Canella Bellini Sparkling Peach Cocktail: $11
  • Opici Family Selection Sangria: $11
  • The Royal Breakfast Flight: $14
  • Trois Pistoles Dark Ale, CanadaL $10.75
  • Kronenbourg 1664 Pale Ale Lager, FranceL $9.25
  • Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc, FranceL $9.25
  • Cakebread Cellars Chardonnay, Napa Valley: $150
  • J. Lohr Signature Cabernet Sauvignon, Paso Robles: $225
  • King Estate Domaine Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley: $130
  • Twomey Cellars by Silver Oak Merlot, Napa Valley: $130
  • Trilogy Flora Springs Red Blend, Napa Valley: $140
  • Belle of the Ball Flight: $18
  • Belle Glos Las Alturas Vineyard Pinot Noir, Santa Lucia Highlands: $17 glass/$69 per bottle
  • Simi Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley: $16 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Meiomi Pinot Noir, Coastal California: $16 glass/$55 per bottle
  • Markham Merlot, Napa Valley: $15 glass/$59 per bottle
  • Frank Family Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley: $99 per bottle (no per glass option)
  • Hartford Court Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley: $17 glass/$69 per bottle
  • Berginer Carbernet Sauvignon, Knights Valley: $16 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars ‘Artemis’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley: $110 per bottle (no per-glass option)
  • MacMurray Estate Vineyards Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley: $15 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Belle Glos Clark & Telephone Vineyard Pinot Noir, Santa Maria Valley: $17 glass/$69 per bottle
  • Sequoia Grove Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley: $21 glass/$99 per bottle
  • Royal 50th Celebration Flight: $25
  • Enchantee Champagne Brut, Champagne: $20 glass/$79 per bottle
  • Royal Sparkling Flight: $18
  • Banfi Rosa Regale Sparkling Red, Piedmont: $15 glass/$59 per bottle
  • Cuvee Dom Perignon Brut, Champagne: $350 per bottle (no per glass option)
  • Paul Cheneau ‘Lady of Spain’ Brut Cava, Spain: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • McBride Sisters Sparkling Brut Rose’ Hawke’s Bay: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • McBride Sisters Chardonnay, Central Coast: $10 glass/$39 per bottle
  • King Estate Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley: $13 glass/$55 per bottle
  • Step Sisters Flight: $14
  • Silverado Vineyards Chardonnay, Carneros: $16 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Whispering Angel Rose, Provence: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Saracco Moscato d’Asti, Piedmont: $17 glass/$69 per bottle
  • Drouhin Chablis, Burgundy: $13 glass/$53 per bottle
  • McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough: $10 glass/$39 per bottle
  • Domaine Zind-Humbrecht Gewurztraminer, Alsace: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Kurt Russell’s Gogi Wines Goldie Chardonnay, Sta. Rita Hills: $89 per bottle (no per glass option)

Whew – that was a lot. Out of all the dining options in Magic Kingdom, Cinderella’s Royal Table and Be Our Guest offer the biggest selection of beer, wine, and champagne. 

Liberty Tree Tavern

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  • Liberty Sangria: $11
  • Mimosa: $13
  • Spirit of ‘76 Cider Shandy: $10
  • Angry Orchard Hard Cider Draft: $8.75
  • Samuel Adams Boston Lager – Boston, MA: $9.25
  • Bud Light Pale Lager – St. Louis, MO: $8
  • Samuel Adams Wicked Hazy IPA – Boston, MA: $9.25
  • Samuel Adams Seasonal – Boston, MA: $9
  • Michelob Ultra Pale Lager – St. Louis, MO: $8.50
  • Blue Point Toasted Lager – Long Island, NY: $10
  • Acrobat Pinot Noir, Oregon: $12 glass (not available by the bottle)
  • William Hill Chardonnay, North Coast, CA: $11 glass/$45 bottle
  • Fess Parker Riesling, Santa Barbara County, CA: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • The Federalist Zinfandel, Lodi, California: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • The Federalist Cabernet Sauvignon, Lodi, California: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc, Alexander Valley, CA: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Martin Ray Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast (on tap): $13 
  • Meiomi Pinot Noir, Coastal, CA: $16 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Iron Horse Fairy Tale Celebration Cuvee Brut, Sonoma: $18 glass/$75 per bottle

The Diamond Horseshoe

  • Mimosa: $13
  • House-made Sangria (red or white): $11
  • Spirit of ‘76 Cider Shandy: $10
  • Federalist Zinfandel, Lodi Valley, CA: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Fess Parker Riesling, Santa Barbara County, CA: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Federalist Zinfandel, Lodi Valley, CA: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • William Hill Chardonnay, North Coast, CA: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Iron Horse Fairy Tale Celebration Cuvee Brut, Russian River Valley, CA: $18 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Meiomi Pinot Noir, Coastal, CA: $16 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc, Alexander Valley, CA: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Federalist Cabernet Sauvignon, Lodi Valley, CA: 412 glass/$49 per bottle

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

  • Luce della Vite ‘Lucente’ Super Tuscan, Tuscany: $16 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Antinori Bramito del Cervo Chardonnay, Umbria: $14 glass/$55 per bottle
  • Nino Franco ‘Rustico’ Prosecco, Veneto: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Banfi Chianti Superiore, Tuscany: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Coppo ‘Moncalvina’ Moscato d’Asti, Piedmont: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Banfi ‘Rosa Regale’ Sparkling Red, Piedmont: $15 glass/$59 per bottle
  • Allegrini Valpolicella, Veneto: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Arcanum ‘il fauno di Arcanum’ Super Tuscan, Tuscany: $17 glaass/$69 per bottle
  • Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Friuli: $10 glass/$39 per bottle
  • Fescobaldi ‘Nipozzano’ Chianti Rufina Riserva, Tuscany: $15 glass/$59 per bottle
  • Stella Artois Belgian Pilsner: $9.50
  • Peroni ‘Nastro Azzurro’ Euro Pale Lager: $8.25
  • Wine Cocktail: $14

Read more: Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen

  • Veranda Shandy: $10
  • Skipper Sangria: $11
  • Martin Ray Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast: $13 glass (no bottle option)
  • Veramonte Sauvignon Blanc, Chile: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Spice Route Chakalaka, South Africa: $13 glass/$53 per bottle
  • Graham Beck Brut Rose, South Africa: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • King Estate Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley: $15 glass/$59 per bottle
  • Raats Original Chenin Blanc, South Africa: $11 glass$45 per bottle
  • Rust en Vrede Cabernet Sauvignon, South Africa: $16 glass/$65 per bottle
  • Zolo Signature Red Blend, Argentina: $11 glass/$45 per bottle
  • Dr. Loosen ‘Dr. L’ Riesling, Mosel: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Black Pearl oro Cabernet Sauvignon, South Africa: $12 glass/$49 per bottle
  • Montes Alpha Chardonnay, Chile: $15 glass/$459 per bottle
  • Iron Horse Fairy Tale Celebration Cuvee Brut, Sonoma: $18 glass/$75 per bottle
  • Blue Moon Belgian White Ale – Colorado: $8
  • Tusker Lager – Kenya: $9.25
  • Stella Artois Pale Lager, Belgium: $10.25
  • Tampa Bay Brewing Old Elephant IPA: $10
  • Kungaloosh Spiced Excursion Ale: $9.75
  • Michelob Ultra Lager – St. Louis: $8

In most cases, these alcoholic beverage options are available for both lunch and dinner. However, drinks such as mimosas and house-made sangrias are usually only available for breakfast. 

Can I Just Grab a Drink at These Locations or Do I Need to Make a Dinner Reservation? 

Since these are all sit-down locations, you will have to make a dining reservation in order to consume alcohol. Furthermore, guests must order something to eat. 

Read more: The Hardest Dining Reservations to Get at Disney World

Does Disney Limit Alcohol Per Guest? 

Yes…sort of. Guests, aged 21+ can only order two alcoholic beverages at a time. In fact, if you try to order more than the allotted amount, Cast Members are actually trained to prevent this. This two-drink limit is intended to starve off drunk or otherwise inappropriate behavior inside the parks. This rule applies to the booths at Epcot, too – although, you can still order other cocktails at other booths if you do not appear to be visibly intoxicated. In other words, this two-drink limit only applies to the place you’re purchasing alcohol. 

Where to Find Alcohol Near Magic Kingdom

If you weren’t comfortable or impressed by the alcohol options at Magic Kingdom, there are plenty of bars/lounges nearby you can visit. While you can get alcohol at all of the Disney resorts, if you’re looking to stay near Magic Kingdom, your best chances will be the resorts on the monorail loop. These include the Contemporary, Grand Floridian, and Polynesian. 

Here’s where to find these lounges: 

  • Outer Rim: Disney’s Contemporary Resort
  • California Grill: Disney’s Contemporary Resort
  • Steakhouse 71 Lounge (formally known as the Wave): Disney’s Contemporary Resort
  • Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto: Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
  • Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace: Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
  • Enchanted Rose: Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa 

Read more: 10 Best Disney World Bars to Grab a Drink

Can I Bring My Own Alcohol to the Disney Parks? 

Yes and no. While you won’t be able to bring any sort of alcohol into the main parks with you, you can bring alcohol to your Disney resort to enjoy later. And, best of all, if you forget to bring a bottle of wine or beer with you, many gift shops sell this. 

Just keep in mind that if you are planning on bringing your own alcohol into your Disney resort, it’s best consumed in your actual hotel room. Guests are not allowed to bring any sort of glass bottle or container to, near, or inside the pool. 

What Happens if You Get Too Tipsy at Disney? 

Even though Cast Members do a good job of limiting alcohol to guests to prevent this, everyone’s tolerance is different, so it is very possible to get drunk while visiting the Magic Kingdom. However, if you or anyone else in your party has had too much to drink and gets rowdy, Disney will have no problem kicking you off the property. 

Disney has security EVERYWHERE, even if it doesn’t look like it. So if you or anyone else in your party starts using inappropriate language, hand gestures, or breaking out into fights, expect an abrupt end to your day at the most Magical Place on Earth. 

Libations are meant to be a form of fun, but they should always be consumed in moderation. If you start to feel buzzed, you should always start switching to water and get some food in your stomach to help offset intoxication. Furthermore, if you drove to Magic Kingdom, do not get behind the wheel if you’re feeling buzzed or drunk. Remember, Disney World is all about safety, so talk to a Cast Member about your concerns and options for leaving your car there overnight (if possible) and call a Lyft or Uber to get you back home or back to your Disney World resort. 

How Do You Feel About Alcohol Inside Magic Kingdom? 

Consuming alcohol inside the Magic Kingdom has always been a controversial topic since it was introduced back in 2012. A decade into the decision, guests still seem split as to whether or not it’s a good idea. 

Where do you stand on this issue? Do you think alcohol should be allowed at all four parks, or do you think Magic Kingdom should be the exception? Let us know in the comments and don’t forget to follow us on Instagram for more Disney tips and tricks. 

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