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Try this Disney World Monorail Bar Crawl

For those of us who are still kids at heart but over the age of 21, we may be looking for some fun spots to have an ‘adult beverage’ or two during our time at Walt Disney World. This is especially appealing if you’re planning a multi-day trip to Walt Disney World Resort and want to spend a day or two outside the parks. It’s also a great option for Orlando locals because this Disney bar crawl will not actually take you inside the Parks, but just hoping between the Resorts instead.

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Begin your Disney World Monorail bar crawl at California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

This bar has incredible views over the Magic Kingdom Park and a variety of creative cocktails. Located high up in the Contemporary, you won’t be disappointed by the expansive views and new perspective up over the Resort.


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Next, head downstairs to “Outer Rim”. This next stop will be a great opportunity to people watch over the main concourse of the Contemporary. Try the Blue Glow-tini cocktail here made with Citrus Vodka, peach schnapps, blue curaçao, and pineapple juice.


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Hop on the Monorail (which is hard to miss since it passes right through the middle of the Contemporary) and head towards the Polynesian.

In the spirit of the South Pacific, The Polynesian has a few trendy theme bars serving up crafty cocktails in a tropical oasis vibe.

One of the most popular stops inside Disney’s Polynesian Resort is Tambu Lounge. This Hawaiian-theme tiki bar serves tropical cocktails and is located next to the Ohana restaurant.


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While you’re at the Polynesian, head over to Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto. This JUNGLE CRUISE-themed tiki bar is a favorite amongst Disney fans that visitors travel from all around the world to see. This playful and energetic bar is bound to be a successful stop for a tropical cocktail.

Trader Sam’s at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort (Credit: Disney)

Hop back on the Monorail and head to Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.

Enjoy the finer things in life at Mizner’s Bar. this Jazz bar serves class and smooth live music with classic cocktails.

The final stop on our tour is The Enchanted Rose Bar at the Grand Floridian. The Beauty and the Beast themed bar has a french spin on its drinks and its decor.

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Whether you’re a out of town visitor or a Disney-loving local, you’ll have a blast on this Monorail bar crawl.


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