Think Disney World is just for kids? Disney World is for any age who want to experience the magic of Disney. Adults can have fun at Disney World too, one way is to enjoy a drink (for guests 21+), with the plus of using Disney transportation. Below are 3 ideas for Pub Crawls at Disney World.
1. Monorail Bar Crawl
Any guest may dine at a Disney resort restaurant, even if they are not staying there. With that being said, the Deluxe Resorts on the Monorail Loop make the perfect pub crawl. Experience different lounges while resort-hopping, plus drinks! There are 3 deluxe resorts on the Monorail loop, below are 2 lounges at each and a sampling of what they offer.
California Grill Lounge – Enjoy drinks with views of Seven Seas Lagoon and Magic Kingdom park. Drinks offered: Wine by the glass, Signature Cocktails such as Cucumber Fizz & Passion Fruit Margarita, plus beers and ciders.
The Wave Lounge – Stop by this trendy bar for: draft beers, new world wines and new age cocktails.
Tambu Lounge – This open feel full-bar is perfect for people-watching (one of Walt Disney’s past times) and enjoy: Specialty Drinks such as Island Sunset and Tropical Macaw.
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto – Pull up a chair at this tropical tiki bar. Drinks offered: Specialty Cocktails such as Tropical Snowstorm and Poinsetta Punch, Beer, Sparkling & White Wines and Red Wines.
Citrico’s Lounge – This cozy bar features Specialty Cocktails such as Purity Champagne Martini and Floridia Manhattan, Wines by the glass and beers.
Mizner’s Lounge – Listen to live jazz standards while enjoying: Cocktails such as Mizner Cooler and Godiva Chocolate, Champagnes, White or Red wines, Domestic Beers, Ports (3-oz pour), Cognacs (2-oz pour), Bourbon & Whiskey (2-oz pour), Single Malts and Blended Scotch (2-oz pour) and even selling Cigars.
Or, have your evening pre-planned out with Disney’s Highway in the Sky Dine Around. Guests will have priority boarding on Walt Disney’s monorail during their journey. Begin with a cocktail at The Wave…of American Flavors (Disney’s Contemporary Resort) then enjoy an appetizer at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. Next to follow is Dinner at Cítricos (Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa) and ending back at Disney’s Contemporary resort for dessert, cordials and coffee and a VIP view of the fireworks.
Cost is $170 per guests excluding tax (gratuity included). Highway in the Sky Dine-Around is available Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. Valet parking included.
3. Drink Around The World (Showcase)
Drinking around the World at Epcot is more economical than the above 2 options. The drinks found around Epcot’s World Showcase are less expensive than those found at Deluxe Resorts.
To ensure you make it to all 11 countries, bring a friend or many to share each drink. Also, stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water, pace yourself and grab a snack or 2 in between.
Drink Around The World:
- Mexico – Sangria at La Cava del Tequila (Inside the Pyramid).
- Norway – Scandinavian Draft Beer from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe.
- China – Plum Wine at Lotus Blossom Café.
- Germany – Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen from Sommerfest.
- Italy – Italian Beer, Moretti from Gelati.
- The American Adventure – Craft beer, Killer Whale Cream Ale (produced in Florida) at Block & Hans.
- Japan – Kirin Light Beer at Kabuki Café.
- Morocco – Mimosa at Tangierine Café.
- France – French Beer, Kronenbourg 1664 at Crepes des Chefs de France.
- United Kingdom – Newcastle Brown Ale from the UK Beer Cart.
- Canada – Frozen Strawberry-Lemon Sunset at Joffrey’s Espresso Coffee and Pastries.
For more drink ideas, read the Best Drinks At Epcot’s World Showcase and where to find them.
Disney Springs and Disney’s Boardwalk also contain pubs for adults to enjoy!
Learn more about Walt Disney World Dining and get suggestions for where to eat, how to use the Disney Dining Plan and more.