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    I find it difficult to deal with the Disney crowds unless I've had a few drinks. Where are your favorite places at Disney to get your happy on?

    Mine is in my car on I-4. Just kidding, I can't tell you mine. I don't want it to overcrowd.
    Last edited by BurningStroller; 03-22-2005, 01:34 PM.

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    hmm.. anywhere in epcot.... that spot near TOT at MGM..... and i dont know at AK....


    Wait Im 18.. Nowhere in America.....

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    • #3
      Wow, you have trouble at DW without a few drinks? That's just... sad.
      Honor those who fall under the sword.
      But pity the warrior who has slain all his enemies.

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      • #4
        Crowds, I said crowds. I'm sure anyone that was waiting 130 minutes for Mission Space yesterday would most likely agree.

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        • #5
          130 minutes? That's about 70 minutes longer than I wait for rides...
          Honor those who fall under the sword.
          But pity the warrior who has slain all his enemies.

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          • #6
            My fiancee and I are taking our families to WDW this summer and have been sending out a newsletter to keep them up to date on the trip. In order to appease the lushes of the group, I compiled a list of places that serve alcohol in Disney. Most, if not all, the sit-down restaurants do, so they're not all listed. Click on the link for a larger version:



            Click Here for a Larger Version

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            • #7
              My favorite place for a refreshing adult beverage in ALL of WDW is the Adventurer's Club at Pleasure Island.

              Favorite hotel bar is the one a the AKL.
              2nd favorite is the Outer Rim at the Contemporary.

              Favorite in-park place to drink? Dunno, only have ever had one alcoholic beverage in the parks themselves.

              But one of these years, I'm going to drink my way around the world at Epcot. hehe
              -Ann

              WDW:
              July 1987 - offsite, 1-day visit to the MK; July-August 2000 - honeymoon - Port Orleans (now POFQ); May 2003 - Caribbean Beach Resort; Dec 2003 - Coronado Springs; April 2004 - Pop Century (PC) & POFQ; Sept 2004 - Animal Kingdom Lodge; May 2005 - Port Orleans Riverside; Sept 2005 - PC; Oct 2006 - POFQ; Apr 2007 - PC; July 2007 - Boardwalk Villas (WOO HOO! I was at WDW in the MK on the 20th anniversary of my first visit!); August - Sept 2007 - Old Key West; Sept 2007 - Saratoga Springs; Oct 2007 - BWV; Mar-Apr 2008 - SS

              DLR:
              Dec 2001 - Grand Californian; Jan 2005 - GC; July 2005 - HoJo Anaheim & GC; Dec 2008 - Best Western Park Place Inn



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              • #8
                Ooohh, there are soo many more!

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                • #9
                  I posted this in a restaurant thread but it works for here too.

                  Teppanyaki on the second floor of the Japanese pavilion has great sushi. It also has one the best views of Epcot. It's quiet and small and the staff is excellent. It's a wonderful place to spend some time in especially on a hot day.

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                  • #10
                    Victoria and Alberts has a very nice wine selection... the wine-pairing is an excellent value, as it includes 7 glasses of premium wine.
                    Last edited by CaptainCM; 03-25-2005, 07:57 PM.
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                    -- Walter Elias Disney, July 17, 1955 approx 4:35PM

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                    • #11
                      I'm rather fond of Dawa Bar in the African village of Harambe at Animal Kingdom.

                      But my favorite bar in any of the theme parks has to be Tune-In Lounge at Disney-MGM. Perhaps it's because I can have a martini in an ultra-cool 1950's surburban living room...

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                      • #12
                        You can not beat Jellyrolls on a Tuesday night. It's impossible. But I'm definitely a fan of downing a couple of pitchers at the ESPN Club, too.

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                        • #13
                          One word: Kongaloosh (sp?)!!!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Kate
                            You can not beat Jellyrolls on a Tuesday night. It's impossible. But I'm definitely a fan of downing a couple of pitchers at the ESPN Club, too.
                            Hmm... why on a Tuesday?

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                            • #15
                              I like to lay out on the castle lawn with a fifth and get the swans greased out by the moat.
                              "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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                              • #16
                                I saw a "shady" lookin bar At MGM, don't know the name just want to find it again and go have a drink there.
                                He felt like his life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it.
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                                • #17
                                  What area were you in, coastie? Do you recall?
                                  -Ann

                                  WDW:
                                  July 1987 - offsite, 1-day visit to the MK; July-August 2000 - honeymoon - Port Orleans (now POFQ); May 2003 - Caribbean Beach Resort; Dec 2003 - Coronado Springs; April 2004 - Pop Century (PC) & POFQ; Sept 2004 - Animal Kingdom Lodge; May 2005 - Port Orleans Riverside; Sept 2005 - PC; Oct 2006 - POFQ; Apr 2007 - PC; July 2007 - Boardwalk Villas (WOO HOO! I was at WDW in the MK on the 20th anniversary of my first visit!); August - Sept 2007 - Old Key West; Sept 2007 - Saratoga Springs; Oct 2007 - BWV; Mar-Apr 2008 - SS

                                  DLR:
                                  Dec 2001 - Grand Californian; Jan 2005 - GC; July 2005 - HoJo Anaheim & GC; Dec 2008 - Best Western Park Place Inn



                                  p.s. Wanna buy a :monkey:?

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                                  • #18
                                    It was close to Hollywood and Vine. Sorry I do not have a park map hand (kids tore the one off their wall) and the online map does no good. It wasn't really shady it just seemed dark and tucked out of the way. I will find it again!!!
                                    He felt like his life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it.
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                                    DisregardListen to our podcast on iTunes!

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by Coastierox
                                      I saw a "shady" lookin bar At MGM, don't know the name just want to find it again and go have a drink there.
                                      The only two bars I know of at Disney-MGM is the one in the Brown Derby and the Tune-In Lounge which is connected to the Prime Time Cafe...which is next to Hollywood and Vine. However, the bar isn't shady. It's comfy. It's the 1950s suburban living room counterpoint to the eat-in kitchens of the restaurant. Hmm... :botox:

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                                      • #20
                                        Originally posted by Coastierox
                                        It was close to Hollywood and Vine. Sorry I do not have a park map hand (kids tore the one off their wall) and the online map does no good. It wasn't really shady it just seemed dark and tucked out of the way. I will find it again!!!
                                        The only bar that was shady, as in tucked away and dark, was the Catwalk Bar that used to be on the second floor up above the former Soundstage Restaurant, which featured the movie "Big Business" sets when Disney/MGM opened in 89. Both the bar and the restaurants were closed when they turned this area into a theater, which is where that children's Playtime show currently plays between the Brown Derby and the Animation Studios building.

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