Whether you’re the local Disney fan who casually hangs out at the parks every weekend or the seasonal guest who visits for every major holiday, there are always ways to spice up your visit to The Happiest Place On Earth. You can add a little extra magic to your trip (if you’re 21 and over, that is), by checking out some of the best drink stops around the park. Disney World Orlando's Epcot arguably has some of the best, with the added perk of getting the experience of drinking around the world!
If you’re looking for a worldly pub crawl adventure with the besties without actually leaving Orlando, check out some of these awesome drink stops at Epcot!
Why You Need To Go: The United Kingdom consists of much more than just the iconic red buses and telephone booths of England, and you’ll find a variety of drinks to reflect that in the UK pavilion.
Check out the full-service bar Rose & Crown Pub for specialty cocktails like the Welsh Dragon, or a classic English beer. You can also find Irish Guinness, Belgian Stella Artois, and a variety of other bevvies.
Why You Need To Go: You can party it up in France with the imaginative Ice Cream Martini from L’Artisan des Glaces, which is two scoops of ice cream plus a shot of Grand Marnier, whipped cream vodka, or rum.
If you’re looking for French beer, head over to Kronenbourg 1664, and to Les Vins de France for some classic French wine.
Why You Need To Go: Morocco is already known for spice and color, and that’s exactly what you’ll find at the Spice Road Table. There you can sip on Moroccan and Mediterranean beers like Casa, Efes and Mythos.
Good thing you don’t have a flight to catch because this full-service bar also offers wine flights and aperitifs.
Why You Need To Go: If you can get through the Mitsukoshi Department Store without spending all your money on everything kawaii, then settle down at the Sake Bar to sample all kinds of Japanese spirits.
They have a little bit of everything from Ginga Kogen Beer, Hana Awaka sparkling sake, Yuzu Umeshu Kishu plum wine, to tons of hot and cold sakes. For beer lovers, the Kabuki Café carries Kirin on draft, Asahi, Sapporo, and other Japanese brews.
Why You Need To Go: It’s easy to overdo it in Italy with all the beer, wine, and frizzante (champagne) at La Bottega Italiana, but you can also check out Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar for some cocktails, Italian Sangre, and then soak it all up with small plates.
Why You Need To Go: You can take your time in Germany, pick what you like from the Weinkeller store, and even purchase bottles to take home with you!
Sample different German wines and frosty brews, like Warsteiner Dunkel and Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen, and then bring home your favorites to enjoy later.