The Magic Kingdom has expanded its guest offerings to include beer and alcohol … but only in specific locations. Read on to discover everything you need to know when taking a break at the Most Magical Place on Earth.

When did the Magic Kingdom start serving alcohol?

The original theme park at Disney World was a dry destination when it opened in 1971. It wasn’t until 2012 that Guests age 21 years and up could begin to purchase alcohol at Magic Kingdom in a single restaurant.  Additional restaurants were added in 2016, however it still remains a tightly managed activity; currently only seven table-service Magic Kingdom restaurants serve alcohol.

Guests shouldn’t expect to stop at one of these locations for a quick one except in limited circumstances. There are no bars, so you should either make reservations at these table service restaurants or anticipate blocking some time to wait for a table to open.

During the busiest times of the year, table service restaurants have occasionally been unable to accommodate any walk-ups, so a dining reservation is likely the best choice if you’re looking to drink while in the Magic Kingdom.

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Do they serve beer at Magic Kingdom?

Yes! Beer drinkers can enjoy a variety of mass-market and craft beers at restaurants throughout the park. However, these restaurants have beer, wine, and specialty drink selections unique to their location. They can vary between lunch and dinner menus. Be sure to scope out the menus beforehand to get a sense of what’s available.

Be Our Guest Restaurant

Be Our Guest restaurant, one of the locations serving alcohol at Magic Kingdom

What restaurants have beer at Magic Kingdom?

You can buy beer and alcohol at these restaurants within the park:

Be Our Guest

The Fantasyland establishment sells a large variety of red, white, and sparkling wines from places like France and California, private label wine and champagne from France, and craft beer and cider.

Cinderella’s Royal Table

Located directly within Cinderella’s castle, the Royal Table offers wine (red, white, rose, reserve, dessert, and sparkling), champagne, craft beer, and flights of wine and champagne from throughout the world.

The Crystal Palace

You’ll find the Crystal Palace just off of Main Street, U.S.A. offers guests wine, mass-market and craft beers, hard cider, and cocktails.

The Diamond Horseshoe

Head over to Liberty Square to find this American restaurant offering mass-market and craft beers, hard cider, wine, and specialty cocktails with meals.

Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen

This Adventureland establishment offers craft beers, an international selection of wines, and specialty cocktails along with its African, Asian, and Latin cuisine.

Liberty Tree Tavern

A popular spot in Liberty Square, the Tavern has a craft and mass-market beer selection, wines from the West Coast, hard ciders, and specialty cocktails available on the menu.

The Plaza Restaurant

Near the end of Main Street, U.S.A. lies this casual, American dining restaurant. Guests can order mass-market beers, red and white wines, and specialty drinks like Mudslides.

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

Located on Main Street, U.S.A., Tony’s has a large selection of Italian wines, one wine cocktail, and limited options for craft beers.

Additional Options

In addition, adults can also enjoy beer and wine at the Magic Kingdom’s Fireworks Dessert Parties as guests toast the 50th anniversary of the park. Admission for these events is $107 per adult and $65 per child ages 3-9.  Advance reservations are recommended.

Finally, those with a pricey and exclusive Disney Club 33 membership can visit Captain’s Quarters near Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom for food and drinks.

The video below covers a few of the restaurants listed above.   Note that it’s an older video, so some information in it is a now bit out of date — but we love that it walks you through each of the locations, so we’ve included it here anyway

How much is beer at Disney?

A glass of beer at the Magic Kingdom ranges from $8 to $13.

How much are alcoholic drinks at Magic Kingdom?

Specialty cocktails at the Magic Kingdom run from $10 to $13. Glasses of wine range from $10 to $23, and bottles $39 to $250. Bottles of champagne run from $120 to $350. Beer generally is the cheapest option, with prices topping out at $13.

Magic Kingdom quick service alcohol

The Magic Kingdom is the only Disney World park that doesn’t serve alcohol at their quick service locations.

Can you walk around Magic Kingdom with alcohol?

No, guests cannot leave restaurants with alcohol in hand.

Can you BYOB to Disney?

While guests can bring many beverages, such as water, to Magic Kingdom and other Disney World theme parks, they cannot bring any alcoholic beverages.

Best beer in Magic Kingdom

The Magic Kingdom has a few mass-market beer options available, but most options are craft brews. Here are our favorite beers and where to find them.

Balance de Chambly from Unibroue

A wheat beer with light, smooth, and fruity tones; you can drink this at Cinderella’s Royal Table.

Chimay Blue from Belgium

This dark Belgian strong ale can be enjoyed at Be Our Guest.

Crisp Apple from Angry Orchard Cider

If you’re interested in hard ciders, visit the Crystal Palace or Be Our Guest for a glass of this sweet apple cider.

Jai Alai from Cigar City Brewing

Found at Be Our Guest, the Crystal Palace, and the Plaza Restaurant, this citrus IPA is great for when you want to indulge in something from the Sunshine State.

Toasted Lager from Blue Point Brewing

Head to the Liberty Tree Tavern to partake in this malty and hoppy American amber lager.

Best alcoholic drinks at Magic Kingdom

The best specialty drinks are available at selected locations:

One of the most popular is Disney’s Mimosa, a signature drink of orange juice and champagne available at several locations within the Magic Kingdom. Standard Mimosas are available at The Diamond Horseshoe and Liberty Tree Tavern. Specialty Mimosas are also on the menu at Cinderella’s Royal Table, where the juice is mixed with Paul Cheneau Lady of Spain Cava — and at The Crystal Palace, which uses Domaine Ste. Michelle. Every version costs $13.

The Marceline Mudslide, available at The Plaza Restaurant, includes Breckenridge Vanilla Porter Beer with chocolate syrup, whipped cream, and crispy chocolate pearls for $10.

Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen has two specialty drinks: The Skipper Sangria with red wine, juices, spices, and fruit for $11; and the Veranda Shandy, a Blue Moon draft beer with chipotle, pineapple juice, and a pineapple wedge garnish, for $10.

Where to Get Beer and Alcohol at Walt Disney World

Magic Kingdom has the most tightly managed alcohol selection at Disney World, but the good news is that EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, and Disney Springs have many more opportunities to casually enjoy beverages at both table service and counter service restaurants. Stay tuned to see what’s available at these locations.

Thanks for reading our guide on where to find beer and alcohol at Magic Kingdom.

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