5 Adventure Bars You Don't Want To Miss At Walt Disney World

Foodies love to travel the Disney way because there's always something new and wonderful popping up across the property. This is a website for grown-ups though we've been known to imbibe in some fabulous cocktails every now and again. We love a bar that's big on atmosphere and full of unique drinks both with and without alcohol. Read on and take a look at we makes our list of 5 Adventure Bars You Don't Want To Miss at Walt Disney World.

5 Adventure Bars You Don't Want To Miss At Walt Disney World5 Adventure Bars You Don't Want To Miss At Walt Disney World

AbracadaBar on Disney's BoardWalk

Magic and mystery is the name of the game at AbracadaBar on Disney's Boardwalk. This curious cocktail lounge was known as a gathering place for local magicians trying to out-charm each other with extraordinary illusions before gathering at the bar to conjure up cocktails, or so the story goes. It's a charming little bar that fits right into the 1920' theme with a phantasm of prestidigitation in the air and in the cocktails. That being said, this is a small but proper bar that focuses of its collection of curated cocktails.

Inside the Magic at AbracadaBarInside the Magic at AbracadaBar

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar at Disney Springs

Fans of Indiana Jones will recognize the proprietor of this eclectic watering hole as Indy's oft-trusted pilot pal in the popular film franchise. The vintage aviation ambience is inspired by high-flying exploits, and curois from around the world create the highly themed decor in this waterfront bar. Take a seat in a dive bell, or outside on the docked boat Reggie while sipping some of the most exotic cocktails and mocktails this side of the equator. If you're looking for a bit to nosh, the bar food menu is pretty unique so slide onto a stool and order up a bite before taking off on your next adventure.

A Refreshing Slate of Unique Cocktails and MocktailsA Refreshing Slate of Unique Cocktails and Mocktails

The Edison at Disney Springs

Industrial Gothic style sets the scene for this popular spot for nightlife in Disney Springs. With a creative lineup of unique acts like contortionists, aerialists, live cabaret, and live DJs to fill your eyes with wonder. The Edison exudes an air of romance and sophistication with something special around every corner. On the weekends after 10:00 PM The Edison really comes to life and pulls out all the glamorous stops. Be aware that during this period there is a cover charge, dress code, and minimum age requirement.

Live Entertainment at The EdisonLive Entertainment at The Edison

Oga's Cantina Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge in Disney's Hollywood Studios

After decades of dreaming Star Wars fans can finally step into a galactic canteen known as a safe haven for smugglers and patrons hoping to avoid authorities. The menu here is truly out of this world and filled with exotic ingredients served in unique vessels. One of the most popular attractions in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, this hideaway will truly make you believe you have gone off world. There is a great menu of unique beverage creations served with fun presentations. The one downside is that they tend to be pre-prepared and served on-tap for speed. Long-time fans will be thrilled to see Blue Bantha Milk and cookies on the menu along side some very interesting snacks.

Galactic Concoctions at Oga's CantinaGalactic Concoctions at Oga's Cantina

Trader Sam's Grog Grotto at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

Trader Sam's is the ultimate in Disney experience bars. From the highly themed Adverturland atmosphere and comic cast members, to the tropical tiki beverages in collectible ceramic vessels this bar is overflowing with personality. If you long to sip a fruity drink on a tropical island, this should be a must stop on your next Disney trip, just be sure not to anger the native gods. The food is pretty dern good here too, so order up some snacks and enjoy the show!

Skippers Tending Bar May Be Kraken AssistedSkippers Tending Bar May Be Kraken Assisted

Thanks so much to our friends over at the phenomenal Disney Food Blog for exclusive use of their images for this post. Did your favorite Disney Adventure Bar make our list? Leave a comment below and tell us where your favorite place is to imbibe at Walt Disney World!

wdwizbest wrote on Sun, 01/05/2020 - 15:26:

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Jock Lindsey is probably my favorite, but the Ale and Compass is a close second.

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