Where to Find Adult Drinks at Walt Disney World Parks: Epcot World Showcase
We’re all about the adults enjoying family vacations here at TravelingMamas.com and understand the need to unwind with a glass of wine or beer in the theme parks. We’ve put together a list based off years of extensive research, finding all the places located around Walt Disney World’s Epcot World Showcase.
Once you’ve had your fill of cocktails at Epcot’s Future World or your time exploring the other Walt Disney World Parks, simply begin at Mexico and drink your way around the world, or sneak in through the back entrance and work your way clockwise beginning with the United Kingdom or counterclockwise beginning with France.
La Cantina de San Angel – Margaritas, Mojitos, and Mexican beer are on the menu to accompany the delicious Mexican quick service meals. Waterfront open air seating provide a relaxing setting to enjoy the more adult side of Disney.
La Hacienda de San Angel – Premium margaritas, Tequila flights, beer, and authentic Mexican cuisine are offered in this intimate, dinner seating only, waterfront restaurant.
La Cava del Tequila – Located inside the Mayan Temple in the Mexico Pavilion, guests can enjoy Tequila flights, a variety of Margaritas, Mexican beer and wine paired with lights snacks with a Mexican flair in this hidden lounge.
Margarita Stand – Choose a single flavored Margarita or a combo of all three.
Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – During the lunch and dinner Character Dining experiences, guests can enjoy Viking Drinks, wines, specialty cocktails, and beer. For those daring enough, try a shot of Linie Aquavit with an ABV 41.5%. It is aged at sea by crossing the equator twice.
Nine Dragons Restaurant – Chinese cuisine with table service dining inside the China Pavilion. Adult beverage menu includes specialty cocktails, frozen daiquiris, and Tsingtao beer during lunch with the addition of wines during the dinner seating. Reservations suggested for this specialty restaurant.
Joy of Tea serves more than just this hot steeped beverage. There are a few cocktails and stronger spirits, as well as Tsing Tao beer on draft at this waterside kiosk. For a little adventure, try the Green Tea Plum Slush which is made with Plum Wine.
Refreshment Cool Post – This kiosk located between the China pavilion and Germany where all those drums are, serves an international selection of adult beverages. Bud Light, Safari Amber, Ace Pineapple Hard Cider, Craft Beer, Yuengling Beer, Mango Star (made with African Rum), and a Frozen Elephant.
Biergarten Restaurant – This Bavarian Village inspired dining venue offers German dishes and drinks. Beer flights and German pints are on the menu along with wine flights and Jägermeister shots.
Weinkeller – This wine shop in the Germany Pavillion offers tastings for a small fee. Only place to try Eiswein (Ice Wine).
Tuto Gusto Wine Cellar – Light bites offered alongside the more than 200 wines, cocktails, beer available.
Tuto Italia Restaurant – Connected to Tuto Gusto Wine Cellar, this restaurant offers a more extensive culinary menu.
Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria – Located in the rear of the Italian pavilion, this restaurant offers pastas, pizza, and Italian dishes paired with Italian beers and Italian and Sicilian inspired cocktails.
Gelati – This kiosk in Italy on the Germany side serves gelato, desserts, a few frozen concoctions, along with wine and Moretti (Italian brand of beer). The Italian Sangria is tasty but I suggest passing on the Italian Margarita. Open during park hours.
La Bottega Italiana – Wine shop offering wine by the glass or option to purchase a wine passport (includes tasting at a number of country pavilions).
The American Adventure
Liberty Inn – This counter service restaurant offers All-American food and All-American brews. Sip on a Bud Light, Sam Adams (seasonal), Sweetwater IPA, or Anchor Liberty Ale. Red and white wine offered as well. Open for lunch and dinner.
Fife and Drum Tavern – This kiosk near the main walkway offers a small, basic selection of wine and beer to go along with the famous Turkey legs.
Block and Hans – Kiosk counter service offering beer.
Kabuki Café – This sushi kiosk offers a selection of Japanese beers (Kirin, Sapporo, & Asahi) as well as Plum Wine and hot or cold sake.
Spice Road – This Mediterranean inspired restaurant offers a fantastic water view and an extensive adult beverage menu complete with beer, wine, and cocktails.
Restaurant Marrakesh – Belly dancing and Mediterranean fare pair along with a few specialty cocktails and a Moroccan beer. Located inside the Morocco Pavilion.
Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie – Quick service dining options of French snacks and dessert. This venue offers Nicholas Fueillate Champagne, Kronenbourg 1664 beer, Mimosa, Bourgogne Blanc, a Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and a Bourdeaux. Opens at 9am, located in the back portion of France.
Champagne Kiosk – Champagne and wine by the glass at this waterside kiosk.
Rose and Crown Dining Room – Connected to the Rose and Crown Pub, let’s just say there are too many options to list and this restaurant deserves its own page.
UK Beer Cart – For those just wanting a quick pint or Pimm’s Cup, there is a quick serve kiosk at the entrance to the restaurant for those needing to quench their thirst.
Canadian Beer Kiosk – A rotating choice of Canadian beer on tap at this cart located at the front of the Canada Pavilion.
Whichever you prefer, be it a find wine, craft beer, or specialty cocktail, you are sure to find something to enjoy at Walt Disney World Parks and Resort’s Epcot World Showcase.