Sometimes the adults need a place during our visit at the most “Magical Place on Earth” where we can go to unwind and relax. You can grab a drink at dozens of bars, lounges & kiosks throughout Walt Disney World, but here are 5 bars that should be on your list for your next Disney World visit. They all have a theme or ambiance that bring a bit more to the table.
Disney Springs is home to this highly themed and fun venue that is designed to look like a 1920’s electric company. Enjoy a craft cocktail while being entertained by unique acts such as live cabaret, bands, contortionists, and aerialists. Be aware that there is an enforced dress code after 10 p.m. Men may wear slacks, jeans or dress shorts. No ball caps, sleeveless shirts or flip-flops are allowed. Also, no guests under 21 are allowed after 10 p.m.
Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar
For those adults that are fans of Raiders of the Lost Ark and looking for a casual hangout that is still family-friendly, then the Hangar Bar is where you will want to touch down. This watering hole, set in an airplane hangar with a boat hanging off the side of the building, serves up some exotic spirits and food. Try the Nang Tao Spicy Popcorn Chicken and wash it down with a Fountain of Youth or a Cool-headed Monkey.
La Cava del Tequila
Tucked inside the pyramid in the Mexico pavilion at Epcot, La Cava del Tequila has some of the best margaritas you will find anywhere. The cave-like bar is a perfect place to beat the heat after exploring the World Showcase. You definitely want to try the avocado margarita. Creamy and delicious! This small bar does get busy and there is limited seating, but stop on by for the great ambiance, drinks, and wonderful service. Say hi to Pepe for me!
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto
Packed with fun, Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto has a very laid-back vibe with tiki theming throughout. The name should be familiar to you if you are a fan of the Jungle Cruise at the Magic Kingdom. Located at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, this small bar is filled with all sorts of Imagineered surprises. Make sure you don’t miss the volcano erupting! The drink menu has such unique drinks including the Krakatoa Punch and the HippopotoMai-Tai.
Geyser Point Bar & Grille
Finally, if you would like to relax al fresco, then head over to Geyser Point Bar & Grille at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. This peaceful open-air bar serves up craft beers and artisanal cocktails, such as my favorite the Cocojito. The setting is so serene and you can’t get a better location than right on Bay Lake. It’s a real hidden gem!
So, what do you think of the list? What is your favorite bar or lounge at Disney World? I would love to know!
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