Magic Kingdom park is the most visited theme park in the world, ever since it’s opening in 1971 millions and millions of people have visited this original to soak in the magic, get sprinkled with some pixie dust and marvel at the wonder of Walt Disney World.
Also since it’s opening in 1971 Magic Kingdom was always considered a “dry” park, meaning you could not buy any alcoholic beverages within the magical lands. This has changed very recently. In 2018, Walt Disney World announced that some of it’s dining venues would now offer an adult beverage or two for its patrons. Now keep in mind, these are table service restaurants and you cannot leave the establishment with drink in hand.
So let’s check out the restaurants that offer alcoholic beverages at Magic Kingdom:
Be Our Guest: This Fantasyland location has been extremely popular ever since it opened. You walk into the Beast’s Castle and are completely immersed in the Beauty and the Beast story. For breakfast, lunch or dinner you can order a mimosa ($10) Peach Bellini ($10), Sangria ($10) and an assortment of beers ($9-$10) or wine ($9-$16)
Cinderella’s Royal Table: Nothing like dining inside the castle surrounded by royalty. While you wait to take your picture with a Disney princess you can enjoy, for breakfast, lunch or dinner: Mimosa ($11), Bellini ($10) Sangria ($10), a Royal Sparkling Flight ($18) various wines and champagne ($11-$69) or go all out with a Cuvee Dom Perignon Brut ($350).
The Crystal Palace: Join Winnie the Pooh and friends for Breakfast, lunch or dinner along with mimosas and sangrias ($11), beer and cider ($8-$9) wine ($10-$59).
Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen: one of the newest establishments in Magic Kingdom, this restaurant will take you on an expedition through the Jungle Cruise along with these drinks for lunch and dinner: assorted sangrias, shandy, beers ($7.5-$10) and assorted wines from around the World ($12-$75)
Liberty Tree Tavern: Celebrate America during lunch and dinner with these adult beverages: specialty cocktails and wines ($9-$11) beer, hard ciders ($7.75-$9) wines by glass or bottle ($10-$75)
The Plaza: this quaint and small establishment is located at the end of Main Street USA and offers the following for breakfast, lunch or dinner cocktails ($10-$11) beer ($7.75-$10) wines ($10-$45)
Tony’s Town Square: at the beginning of Main Street USA you’ll find this restaurant themed from Lady and the Tramp. Here are your options for lunch and dinner. Assorted wines ($10-$69), assorted beers ($8-$10)