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Alcoholic beverages added to Crystal Palace, Plaza Restaurant menus in Magic Kingdom

by Brittani Tuttle
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The Crystal Palace and The Plaza Restaurant have joined the ranks of alcohol-serving restaurants at Magic Kingdom.

The Crystal Palace and The Plaza Restaurant joined the list of table service restaurants in Magic Kingdom to serve alcohol this past week.

The Crystal Palace, which is host to a character buffet featuring Winnie the Pooh and friends, is now offering a selection of beer, wine, hard cider. Check out the full drink menu and prices below:

Beer and Hard Cider – 16 oz can

  • Bud Light Lager – $7.25
  • Michelob Ultra Lager – $7.75
  • Blue Moon Belgian White – $7.75
  • Angry Orchard Crisp Apple – $8.50

Wine

  • Sparkling
    • Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut – $9 for a glass, $39 for the bottle
  • White
    • Fess Parker Riesling – $9 for a glass, $39 for the bottle
    • Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc – $9 for a glass, $39 for the bottle
    • Cambria ‘Benchbreak’ Chardonnay – $11 for a glass, $49 for the bottle
  • Red
    • MacMurray Estate Pinot Noir – $13 for a glass, $55 for the bottle
    • F. Coppola Diamond Collection Merlot – $10 for a glass, $45 for the bottle

Cocktail

  • Mimosa – Domaine Ste. Michelle with orange juice – $10

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The new alcoholic beverage menu at The Plaza is almost the same as that of Crystal Palace.

Over at The Plaza Restaurant, you can also enjoy a selection of beers, wine and a cocktail:

 

Beer – 16 oz can

  • Bud Light Lager – $7.25
  • Michelob Ultra Lager  – $7.75
  • Blue Moon Belgian White – $7.75
  • Cigar City Jai Alai – $9.25

Wine

  • Sparkling
    • Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut – $9 for a glass, $39 for the bottle
  • White
    • Fess Parker Riesling – $9 for a glass, $39 for the bottle
    • Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc – $9 for a glass, $39 for the bottle
    • Cambria ‘Benchbreak’ Chardonnay – $11 for a glass, $49 for the bottle
  • Red
    • MacMurray Estate Pinot Noir – $13 for a glass, $55 for the bottle
    • F. Coppola Diamond Collection Merlot – $10 for a glass, $45 for the bottle

Cocktail

  • Sangria – Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc with pineapple juice, spice and fruit – $10.25

These restaurants join the five other restaurants in Magic Kingdom that serve alcohol, including Be Our Guest Restaurant, Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Tony’s Town Square Restaurant and Liberty Tree Tavern.

For more information on other dining offerings in the Magic Kingdom, visit DisneyWorld.com.

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1 comment

Joann Gregory May 11, 2018 - 9:46 am

I think this is not necessary. Characters and alcohol. Great! Walt did that for a reason, and it seems like it’s not being respected. All they are thinking about is money.

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