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10 Best Alcoholic Beverages in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World

1. Lake Squall from The Boathouse

This specialty cocktail from The Boathouse is one of the most refreshing alcoholic beverages at Disney Springs. Its mix of Bacardi Rum, Bacardi Select, Sweet & Sour, passion fruit, grenadine, and orange juice make it the perfect drink to sip on a warm Florida day outside at the Dockside Bar. It packs a sweet and sour punch and is best served with views of the water from the bar or interior views of the restaurants classic nautical decor alongside delicious entrees.


2. Wine slushies from Amorette’s Patisserie

Amorette’s Patisserie features a rotating menu of wine slushes that vary by season. While wine may not be the first thing that comes to mind at a bake shop, picking up one of the slushes during your trip to Disney Springs is a must. They’re always refreshing and tasty, and depending on the flavors offered during your trip you can find some really interesting options that you won’t see anywhere else.

3. Bumble Bee from House of Blues

The Bumble Bee is a whiskey-lover’s dream! It’s a mix of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Whiskey, apple juice, lemon juice, and ginger beer, and you even have the option of ordering it in a souvenir House of Blues glass. A unique alternative to a traditional whiskey sour, this cocktail is perfect for a drink with lunch or dinner or for pregaming before a concert at the venue.

4. 18 oz Kingpin Margarita from Splitsville

In addition to bowling, Splitsville is a nice place to relax with a drink at Disney Springs with an outdoor bar that often features live music and shareable bowl cocktails. There are a few different varieties of the 18 oz bowl drinks at Splitsville, but the Kingpin Margarita made with Premium tequila, orange liqueur, sour mix and lime tops the list.

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5. The Edison from The Edison

The Edison’s namesake cocktail is made of Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Belle de Brillet Pear Brandy, lemon, and honey cordial. If any drink exemplifies the atmosphere of the restaurant it’s served in, this is it! Moreover The Edison has a lengthy list of cocktails that are sure to please any taste (including specialty punch bowls that serve up to 10 guests) and an entire list of specialty “mocktails.”

6. Bedtime Story from Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

Like The Edison, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar has a slew of specialty non-alcoholic beverages, making it another good choice for a bar when only some of your group is drinking. For those who do drink however, you can’t go wrong with the Bedtime Story. This blend of Absolut Mandrin Vodka, Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur, hibiscus syrup, and fresh lemon juice with iced tea is one of the most unique cocktails at Disney Springs–perfect for anyone looking for iced tea with an extra little kick!

7. Sabine Rosé from Wine Bar George

For the best glass of rosé at Disney Springs, head to the newly opened Wine Bar George. The Sabine Rosé, Provence, France is crisp and sweet as you’d expect a rosé to be, and it pairs very well with many of the small plates offered at the bar. It’s especially refreshing to sip on if you are looking to offset some of the spiced flavors of shareable plates like the spiced olives or the porchetta-spiced pork cheeks. At $9, it’s also the most affordable of the wines on tap offered at Wine Bar George.

8. Godiva Chocolate and Strawberry Malt Gelato Shake from D-Luxe Burger

For the best alcoholic dessert beverage at Disney Springs, look no further than D-Luxe Burger. The Godiva Chocolate and Strawberry Malt Gelato Shake is made even better than it sounds: vanilla gelato blended with Godiva Dark Chocolate Liqueur, dark chocolate sauce, and malt, topped with whipped cream and strawberry drizzle. It may be heavy to drink alongside a burger but it’s totally worth it!

9. Frosé from STK Orlando

You’ll need to dine during brunch for this one (Saturdays and Sundays only) but the Frosé from STK Orlando can quickly become a favorite wine indulgence at Disney Springs. This surprisingly simple concept of adding a scoop of raspberry sorbet to a glass of chilled rosé can make your entire brunch even more delicious.

10. Lava Flow from T-Rex

This frozen blended drink offers up just as much fun as the dining area of T-Rex! It’s a blend of Parrot Bay Coconut Rum and pina colada mix topped off with a strawberry puree. (If you’ve had Disney’s Pina CoLava at a resort bar, this one may sound familiar) It’s the perfect balance of boozy and sweet, and while on the more standard side of this list is a good go-to when you just want to enjoy one of the classics.

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a graduate of St. Anselm College, where she earned her bachelor of arts degree in History. She completed two Disney College Programs, one at Dinoland U.S.A., in Animal Kingdom, and one at Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show at Hollywood Studios. She is the author of “Brittany Earns Her Ears,” a memoir about her experiences on the college program, and she currently resides in Massachusetts.