Mickey Adds Magic Sauce To Magic Kingdom


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Mickey and the Magic Kingdom are stepping up their game in November. They are breaking ground for Disney’s Magic Kingdom in an area not touched in their 41 year history. While the other Disney World parks like the Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and Animal Kingdom service alcohol, the Magic Kingdom has remained dry. Starting in November the Magic Kingdom is adding beer and wine to the dinner menu at a number of “Be Our Guest” restaurants around the park.

The Be Our Guest restaurant is based on Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” and will serve French cuisine. Be Our Guest will offer 20 wines, almost all by the glass. The restaurant will serve several Belgian and French beers, but no domestic.

Epcot’s drinking “Around The World” tour is not an attraction for kids, adults like the booze. It’s a great way to experience alcoholic beverages from around the world.

It will be interesting to see how the Magic Kingdom adds to the “Be Our Guest” experience with the addition of beer and wine.

If you went to the Magic Kingdom park with kids or without kids, do you think it would “enhance” your experience?

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Comments

  1. Disney finally got smart. I never understood the alcohol ban at MK.
    I love the idea of having the choice of almost twenty different wines offered by the glass. I’ll be sure to try this restaurant when it opens instead of leaving the park to dine at Citrico’s or Narcoossee’s like I normally do.

  2. I don’t see the need for alcohol at the Magic Kingdom. At Epcot I understand because a large part of the World Showcase is trying new food, but at the MK and AK, I don’t see a real need for it.

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