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Disney News Round-Up: New Ambassador Team for Disney Parks, New Tequila Bar Coming to Epcot, and More

Happy New Year! We hope you had a magical New Year's celebration. We have some exciting Disney news to bring you today including confirmation that a new tequila bar is coming to Epcot's Mexico Pavilion! We'll drink to that!

Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion Now Open at 9 a.m. As ‘Frozen Ever After’ Open in Norway Pavilion

The wait is finally over! Frozen Ever After has officially opened in Epcot's Norway pavilion and opening-day reports had the ride's queue at 300 minutes by early morning Tuesday. In an effort to stem the flow of guests into World Showcase, the Mexico pavilion is also opening at 9 a.m.

Man Climbs Pyramid in Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion

In what can be only be described as a "what was he thinking?" and "this is why we can't have nice things" moment, a man decided to climb the pyramid in Epcot's Mexico pavilion earlier this week. According to online reports the guest had been enjoying the Epcot Food & Wine Festival when he decided it was a good time to test out his climbing skills.

New Holiday Experiences Coming to Epcot’s Holidays Around the World

This year, Epcot's Holidays Around the World celebration is offering guests new experiences in several of the World Showcase pavilions.

These new experiences are in addition to guest favorites including Joyful! A Gospel Celebration of the Season, the Canadian Holiday Voyageurs, and more.

The Best Spots to Grab a Quick Service Meal at Epcot

When you're hungry and touring Epcot there's no shortage of amazing and delicious spots to eat whether you're looking for a quick service meal, a snack, or a more relaxed sit down table service location. Even with all the choices you're bound to have a must-stop location, somewhere you just have to stop on ever trip.

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The Top 10 Adult Beverages at Walt Disney World Resort

When you're at the Walt Disney World Resort there comes a time, maybe the same time every day, when you declare "I need a grown-up drink." While it IS important to drink water throughout the day to stave off dehydration, after a day at the parks dealing with queues and FastPasses, it is most definitely 5 o'clock somewhere.

Dinner with a View at Epcot’s San Angel Inn

Every time I've visited Epcot's Mexico pavilion to enjoy the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros I always say "next time we'll eat at the San Angel Inn." And every time we'd return we wouldn't make reservations for a meal at the waterside restaurant. That all changed during our Thanksgiving-week vacation when we finally had the chance to enjoy dinner at Mexico's table service restaurant.

Top 5 Things To Love about Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion

Epcot's World Showcase is one of our favorite spots to spend an afternoon (or three) when visiting the Walt Disney World Resort. There is always something new and fun to discover, but there are also tried and true favorites in each pavilion. Today we're heading to one of our favorite spots, the Mexico pavilion.

3 Marvelous Margarita Bars To Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Walt Disney World

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Walt Disney World with a marvelous margaritas from one of these great Disney Bars & Lounges. They say that it's always five o'clock somewhere and a celebrations are in order to highlight Mexican cuisine, culture and music. We're doing our part to honor Mexico by sharing a few of our favorite places at Walt Disney World where you can raise a margarita glass and toast this victorious nation.

20+ Tips for Visiting Walt Disney World's Epcot Theme Park

The Walt Disney World Resort offers a variety of theme parks and adventures for its Guests to enjoy on their vacations. My whole family always enjoys their time at Epcot, which many people consider the most "Grown-up" of the Parks. With a Park this size though, you have got to go in with a plan. I've gathered together some tips and tricks from Disney experts to share how regulars tackle a day at this Disney Theme Park.

Enjoy Great Lagoon Views and Good Food at La Hacienda de San Angel in Epcot

If you're looking for a good table service meal with a great view of the World Showcase Lagoon and the nightly IllumiNations show, you'll want to check out La Hacienda de San Angel in Epcot's Mexico Pavilion.

Dine Inside Mexico's Pyramid at San Angel Inn Restaurante

Inside the pyramid in Epcot's Mexico Pavilion you'll find a bustling courtyard held in perpetual twilight. The lantern lit square holds a bubbling fountain and artisan vendor carts selling trinkets from across Mexico. Tucked in the back of this courtyard, beneath a Mayan pyramid at the edge of the River of Time guests will find the San Angel Inn Restaurante.

Find Authentic and Colorful Souvenirs at El Ranchito Del Norte in Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion

Epcot's World Showcase is a great place to find that perfect souvenir and we've talked about many of the shops before. But some of the shops, namely the small kiosks, sometimes get overlooked in the hustle and bustle of a vacation day.

One of those is the El Ranchito Del Norte kiosk in the Mexico pavilion. And while we love the plaza of shops inside the pavilion's pyramid, this little kiosk always catches our eye.

Grab a Waterfront Seat and Enjoy Some Mexican Treats at La Cantina de San Angel

One of my favorite places to grab a counter service meal while touring World Showcase is La Cantina de San Angel in the Mexico Pavilion.

This quick service restaurant is across the walkway from the pavilion's Mayan pyramid, and it offers good food, good margaritas, and really great views of the lagoon.

Start Your Tour of Mexico inside the Heart of a Pyramid

When entering World Showcase from Future World you have two directional choices. You can tour clockwise and start in Mexico or you can tour in a counterclockwise direction starting in Canada.

Today we're going to visit Mexico, which is one of the more unique pavilions in World Showcase. What makes this pavilion different from the others is that aside from the outside dining on the lagoon and a few shops, the rest of the pavilion is inside the Mesoamerican pyramid that is the centerpiece of the pavilion.