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10 Best Alcoholic Beverages at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World

A great way to relax on a Walt Disney World vacation is by stepping away from the four Disney Parks and enjoying some wonderful entertainment, shopping, dining, and amazing alcoholic beverages. The most popular spot to indulge in these things is Disney Springs which is a whole district of stores, restaurants, nightlife, and more. Over the past few years, the area has been given a whole new atmosphere and guests simply cannot get enough of visiting and enjoying all that it has to offer. With so many dining locations and entertainment options, Disney Springs is home to a vary array of delicious and unique cocktails and alcoholic beverages that guests love to sip on and relax with while in Walt Disney World. From classic flavors with a twist to unique combinations of flavors, all of these options are sure to be delicious. Here are the ten best alcoholic beverages at Disney Springs.

1. Wrong Island! – Jock Lindsay’s Hangar Bar

Fans of the Indiana Jones film series are sure to recognize the name of his pilot sidekick who helped him escape a rather perilous situation. Jock Lindsay’s Hangar Bar was the home of Indy’s pilot and is filled with adventure and details that pay homage to aviation. In addition to small bites, guests should choose to sip on the Wrong Island! which features Siesta Key Silver Rum, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Tamiami Gin, Tippler’s Orange Liqueur, and sweet-and-sour with a splash of Coca-Cola.

2. Midnight Mule – Enzo’s Hideaway

An Italian restaurant in Disney Springs is themed to feel like a 1920s speakeasy complete with era appropriate details and delicious food and beverages. Enzo’s Hideaway is located in The Landing area of Disney Springs and features small bites alongside delicious cocktails such as the Midnight Mule. This amazing option features Cointreau, Belvedere Vodka, Cruzan Rum, Maestro Dobel Tequila, and Q Ginger Beer.

3. Dim Sum Bloody Mary – Morimoto Asia

A very popular dining location in Disney Springs was founded by a popular Iron Chef and combines the culinary flavors of Asia for amazing cuisine and beverages. Morimoto Asia was opened by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and is open daily for lunch and dinner. Guests who are looking to try something totally unique should order the Dim Sum Bloody Mary which features Hangar One Vodka, a touch of wasabi, and an egg roll garnish.

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4. Basil Smashed – STK Orlando

Guests looking to enjoy a steakhouse meal in an upscale modern atmosphere are sure to love enjoying brunch or dinner at STK Orlando. In addition to seafood and steakhouse classics, the restaurant features some inventive cocktails that guests are sure to love. A great option to sip on is the Basil Smashed which features Maestro Dobel Tequila, basil, lemon, honey syrup, and sweetened ice tea for a refreshing and sweet option.

5. Dublin Donkey – Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant

One full service restaurant in The Landing area of Disney Springs invites guests to dine on delicious options for lunch and dinner while being entertained by Irish music and dancing. Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant ensures that guests will have an amazing time, especially as they sip on unique and delicious cocktails. The Dublin Donkey features Teelings Small Batch Irish Whiskey, ginger beer, fresh lemon sour, candied ginger, and lime making it a refreshing and wonderful beverage to enjoy.

6. Apple Pie A La Mode – Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’

The flavors of Florida are celebrated in a charming and welcoming full service dining location in The Landing area of Disney Springs. Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ is open daily for lunch and dinner and serves up comfort food like fried chicken and macaroni and cheese in addition to some amazing alcoholic beverages. A popular option to order is the Apple Pie A La Mode which combines Ole Smokey Apple Pie Moonshine, vanilla vodka, apple juice, cinnamon, house-made simple syrup, and a dash of lemon.

7. Lemon Drop Martini – The BOATHOUSE

The Landing section of Disney Springs is also home to another very popular full service dining location which is open daily for lunch and dinner and serves up premium steaks and seafood with a Florida twist. The BOATHOUSE restaurant offers beautiful views of the lake and vintage amphicars floating past which pair perfectly with a cocktail such as the Lemon Drop Martini. This beverage pairs Stoli Citrus, Deep Eddy Vodka, Cointreau, lemon, sweet and sour, rock candy, and a swizzle stick.

8. Grapefruit Margarita – The Polite Pig

Florida-inspired cuisine also gets a barbecue twist in another full service restaurant located in the Town Center area of Disney Springs. The Polite Pig is known for its bold flavors and extensive whiskey menu, and there are plenty of delicious cocktail options to pair with any menu item. A popular alcoholic beverage that guests enjoy ordering is the Grapefruit Margarita which features tequila, citrus, and grapefruit liqueur for a sweet, tart, and delicious option.

9. Caveman Punch – T-REX

A great family friendly restaurant in Disney Springs transports guests back to prehistoric times for a meal with the dinosaurs. T-REX features an extensive menu of classic eats such as burgers and salads in addition to cocktails inspired by the theme. Guests will feel right at home with the dinosaurs when they order the Caveman Punch which combines Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, banana liqueur, DeKuyper Peachtree Schnapps, and tropical fruit juices.

10. La Cava Avocado – Frontera Cocina

The Town Center area of Disney Springs is home to a popular full service dining location that serves up authentic Mexican cuisine. Frontera Cocina offers a warm and vibrant atmosphere that features amazing menu options that are best paired with unique cocktails. Guests love to sip on La Cava Avocado which features Casa Noble blanco tequila, melon liqueur, avocado, fresh lime juice, and a hibiscus salt rim.

About Caitlin Corsello

Caitlin Corsello first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.