You haven’t always been able to get alcohol at the Disney World parks, but that recently changed. There are now a few places to get beer in Magic Kingdom.
Not everyone was happy about this since it’s a place with a lot of children, but it seems that it hasn’t been a problem.
Walt Disney opened Disneyland park with no alcohol and he didn’t want the park to have it. For a very long time there was no alcohol in Disneyland or Magic Kingdom, but things have since loosened up a little.
The other Disney World parks, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios also serve beer and other adult beverages. It is much easier to get in those parks than it is in Magic Kingdom. In the other parks there are places with beer that don’t require a reservation.
Disney’s California Adventure Park also serves alcohol and so does Disney Cruise Line.
Beer and alcohol are included in the Disney Dining Plan for people who are 21 years old and older.
If you’re wondering can you bring alcohol into Disney World, the answer is no, you cannot bring alcohol into any Disney park.
If you’re wanting to get beer on your next vacation with Walt Disney Company, then check out these options when doing your Disney World planning.
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Where To Get Beer In Magic Kingdom
Most of the table service restaurants in Magic Kingdom have options for alcohol, including beer.
A lot of them do require Advanced Dining Reservations though. If you don’t have one already, you can keep checking the app for openings or walk up to the restaurant and see if they’re able to get you in.
Alcohol is not available at the quick service restaurants. You cannot walk around Magic Kingdom with beer, which means that you can only drink it in the restaurants and cannot leave the restaurant with it.
These are all of the Magic Kingdom restaurants where you can order and drink beer.
Be Our Guest
This restaurant serves beer at lunch and dinner. They have Stella Artois Belgium, which is a blonde Belgian lager beer with a floral aroma and a soft, dry finish. This restaurant is in Fantasyland.
It was the first place to get alcohol in Magic Kingdom starting in 2012.
Cinderella’s Royal Table
This is located inside of Cinderella’s Castle. They have a wide selection of beer options served at lunch and dinner.
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Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen
This table service restaurant is located in Adventureland. They have a lot of different beer options too. You can order beer at lunch and dinner.
Liberty Tree Tavern
Liberty Tree Tavern is in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom park. They serve beer at lunch and dinner. They have different kinds like Samuel Adams, Bud Light, Michelob, and more.
Tony’s Town Square Restaurant
This Magic Kingdom restaurant is on Main Street USA. They serve beer at lunch and dinner.
The Plaza Restaurant
The Plaza Restaurant is located on Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort. They have beer at lunch and dinner.
The Crystal Palace
This restaurant is another place to get beer on Main Street. You can get it at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can do character dining here.
The Diamond Horseshoe
This Liberty Square restaurant has acohol available at lunch and dinner. They also have mimosas, wine, and specialty cocktails.
Fireworks Dessert Parties
Alcohol is served at Fireworks Dessert Parties, but what is served varies and changes.
Disney World Hotels That Serve Beer
These three Disney World hotels serve alcohol. You can easily hop on the monorail from Magic Kingdom to get to these resorts.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
- Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto
- Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace
- Capt. Cook’s
- Oasis Bar & Grill
- Barefoot Pool Bar
- Tambu Lounge
- Kona Café
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort
- Enchanted Rose Lounge – Located inside the Grand Floridian it has beer, hard cider, and wine. They also have non-alcoholic drinks like coffee and hot tea.
- Cítricos Lounge
- Grand Floridian Cafe
- Gasparilla Island Grill
- Beaches Pool Bar & Grill
- Courtyard Pool Bar
- Narcoossee’s – They don’t serve beer here, but they do serve wines.
- Victoria & Albert’s – They also don’t serve beer, but have wine.
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
- Outer Rim – They have beer, cider, sparkling wine, white wine, red wine, Rosé, and cocktails.
- Steakhouse 71 – This casual dining restaurant serves beer at lunch and dinner. You can get mimosas and other alcohol at breakfast and brunch.
- Steakhouse 71 Lounge
- California Grill – There are views of Magic Kingdom park from this restaurant that are amazing, especially at night! They have beer, sake, martinis, and more.
- California Grill Lounge
- Chef Mickey’s
- Cove Bar
- The Sand Bar
- Contempo Cafe
- Contemporary Grounds – They have some alcohol, but not beer.
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