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The Plaza Restaurant in Disney’s Magic Kingdom Now Serving Alcohol

The Plaza Restaurant in Disney's Magic Kingdom Now Serving AlcoholThe Plaza Restaurant in Disney’s Magic Kingdom is now serving alcohol to its guests.  This is the second such addition today as it joins the Crystal Palace in adding alcoholic drinks to the menu.  Before Be Our Guest opened in 2012, the Magic Kingdom used to be totally dry.  The gates have since been opened and The Plaza Restaurant now joins the other 6 that also do.

Here is a look at the alcoholic drink offerings available:

Beer

Bud Light – $7.25
Michelob Ultra – $7.75
Blue Moon – $7.75
Cigar City Jai Alai – $9.25

Wine

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

Cocktail

Sangria – Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc with Pineapple Juice, Spice and Fruit – $10.25

 

If the list looks familiar, that’s because it’s the exact same list as the alcoholic drinks available at the Crystal Palace.  Some wish that the Magic Kingdom had stuck to its origins of not letting any alcohol in the park, but as long as it stays in the table service restaurants, it shouldn’t be a huge problem imo.  What do you think?

Your Thoughts:

I want to know what you think about The Plaza Restaurant now serving alcohol.

  • Do you like the change?
  • Did you prefer it when there was no alcohol in Disney’s Magic Kingdom?

Let us know in the comments section below!

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Allyson

Sunday 13th of May 2018

Terrible experience server was rude. My neice was drinking wine and tried a sip of her husbsnd shake and server came over and told her no sharing. My son had shakes too but was very slow about getting them for him. I will never go back or recommend this place. Very pricey but its disney so we knewvahead of time. 8 of is bill 275.00 for burger and sandwichs .

Ziggy

Monday 14th of May 2018

wow, sorry about the terrible experience you had. It certainly isn't one of my favorite restaurants in Disney World, but still this sounds even worse than usual. Strange too about sharing because we always share plates in the WDW restaurants and never have any problems with it.