Disney Parks Twitter account has announced that Carnation Cafe, River Belle Terrace and Café Orleans will soon be selling alcoholic beverages and new food items.
What might not seem like such a newsworthy subject to some, Disneyland Park adding alcohol is a big deal to long-standing Disney Parks fans. Upon its opening, Disneyland Park was barred from selling alcohol except for in the exclusive Club 33. In 2019, with the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, alcohol was added to Disneyland Park for the general public for the first time. The park enforced a specific two drink maximum that must be enjoyed inside the confines of Oga’s Cantina. Starting September 12, three new Disneyland locations will be offering alcohol.
Disney California Adventure already allows walk around drink options
Alcoholic drink options are nothing new to the Disneyland Resort. Disney California Adventure hosts a yearly (and quite popular) Food & Wine Festival. Here guests can purchase as they go, or even get a Sip and Savor Pass to save money. Unlike at Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure allows alcoholic drinks guests can walk around with. Disneyland Park is still enforcing adult beverages at only table service locations, with a maximum of two per 21+ person.
New Disneyland Park locations with alcohol
- Carnation Cafe, in Main Street U.S.A., a table service location that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Café Orleans, in New Orleans Square, a table service location that offers lunch and dinner.
- River Belle Terrace, in Frontierland, a table service location that offers lunch and dinner.
Existing Disneyland Park locations with alcohol
- Club 33, an illustrious private club, in New Orleans Square.
- Oga’s Cantina, in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, a bar and lounge that offer drinks and snacks during breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Blue Bayou, in New Orleans Square, a table service location that offers lunch and dinner.
As time has gone on, it has been clear that adding alcohol to the Disney Parks increases options for adults and has very little if any negative results. As alcohol is more openly spoken about now than it was in 1955 when Disneyland opened, it is understandable to see this transition. Starting September 12, you can visit these three new Disneyland locations offering alcohol.
Perhaps you are looking for even more theme park alcohol options? Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is now offering their 6th annual Bier Fest. This limited time event has 15 new menu options and 60 brews.