Since its birth, Disney’s Magic Kingdom was known for not serving alcohol in any of its restaurants. That changed with the opening of Be Our Guest some years ago, and now is continuing as The Crystal Palace is now serving alcohol. Here is a look at its alcoholic drink offerings:
Bud Light – $7.25
Michelob Ultra – $7.75
Blue Moon – $7.75
Cigar City Jai Alai – $9.25
Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut – $9/$39
Fess Parker Riesling – $9/$39
Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc – $9/$39
Cambria ‘Benchbreak’ Chardonnay – $11/$49
MacMurray Estate Pinot Noir – $13/$55
J. Lohr ‘Seven Oaks’ Cabernet Sauvignon – $9/$39
Sangria – Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc with Pineapple Juice, Spice and Fruit – $10.25
The Crystal Palace isn’t the only new restaurant in Disney’s Magic Kingdom now serving alcohol, The Plaza Restaurant joins them today as well. It’s a vast difference from Walt’s original vision for Disneyland, which was for it to be a place where parents could bring their children without having to worry about people behaving badly because of getting drunk. That thinking has changed and now you can have alcohol in all of the Magic Kingdom’s table service restaurants: Be Our Guest, Liberty Tree Tavern, Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, Skipper Canteen and Cinderella’s Royal Table.
In my opinion it’s not a huge deal, because we’re talking about table service restaurants and not guests walking around the park with beer all day. I wouldn’t want it to turn into the bad scene that the Food and Wine Festival can be on weekends, but as of now I don’t think we’re heading that direction.
I want to know what you think about the Crystal Palace now serving alcohol.
- Are you happy about the change?
- Do you care that alcohol is now easy available in the Magic Kingdom?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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