Disney’s Magic Kingdom Now Serves Alcohol at More Restaurants

Jungle Skipper Canteen joins the Magic Kingdom restaurants now serving alcohol.

Move over Epcot, you’re not the only Walt Disney World Park to serve alcohol anymore. Disney’s Magic Kingdom has recently added alcoholic beverages to four of its full-service restaurants. Tony’s Town Square, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Skipper Canteen and Liberty Tree Tavern guests can now imbibe while dining. 

These aren’t the first restaurants at Magic Kingdom to serve a drink. In 2012, Be Our Guest Restaurant made headlines when it became the first location ever to serve alcohol in the park. 

As if having a glass of wine or beer at your favorite Disney restaurant wasn’t exciting enough, Disney has introduced alcohol that fits the restaurants themed menus. For example, Italian restaurant Tony’s Town Square serves up Italian wines and beers; Liberty Tree Tavern shows off their patriotic pride with American product like New England lagers, ciders and domestically-produced wines; Skipper Canteen continues to travel the globe with wines and beers from around the world and Cinderella’s Royal Table makes your day a little more regal with champagne and sparkling wines.  

The alcohol is served for lunch and dinner, and is not sold at any pop-up or external locations in the parks. 

For a good drink at Disney’s Magic Kingdom make sure you book a reservation at one of these four restaurants.  

Orlando, FL – 1/4/17
By: Jena Pugh


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