When most people hear the word “flight” when referring to a menu — they automatically think “wine flight.” Well, while Disney restaurants have some spectacular wine flights (Sanaa…yum!), there are also plenty of other kinds of flights that I can recommend you order up post haste on your next visit!
This beautiful little tray of heaven (as I like to refer to it) sports five gorgeous mini-margaritas. On my last visit, we were treated to Lime, Pineapple, Hibiscus, Jalapeno, and Mango Blueberry flavors on the tray, but the tequila geniuses that have taken over the creation of the bar menus at Disney’s Mexican food joints are always dreaming up new and inventive options. My favorites? Lime, Mango Blueberry, and Pineapple. But that Jalapeno will definitely knock your socks off with flavor.
If you’re very, very lucky, you can also get one in my favorite place in all of Disney World — La Cava del Tequila — in Epcot’s Mexico pavilion pyramid. This tiny little tequila bar is small on space but MASSIVE on taste. You can see my La Cava del Tequila review here
While tequila flights are always available at La Cava, the margarita flight is sometimes hard to find here. I’m told it’s because the place isn’t big enough — and not enough flights are ordered — to support making them there. If you’re there and they’re not serving the Marg flights, grab an Avocado Margarita instead.
Where do you go for a thirst-quenching mug of beer? A pub, of course! The Rose and Crown in Epcot’s United Kingdom pavilion has the “Imperial Sampler,” which is Imperially fabulous.
For $10 ($10!!!!) it includes a glass of each: Bass, Harp, Strongbow, Boddington’s, and Guinness. This has pretty much become my husband’s favorite memory of Disney World. Ever. And we think you’ll like it, too.
If you’re like me and haven’t yet gotten the swing of the beer drinking thing, go for the Strongbow. Sweet as honey.
And should you be hanging around in Orlando’s Downtown Disney for the evening, you should definitely spend a bit of time over at Raglan Road, where you can indulge in another beer flight — a fully Irish one! Enjoy “the four provinces” with tastes of Guinness, Smithwicks, Harp, and Kilkenny!
Thanks to our friends at AWeddingCakeBlog.com for sending over the pic!
Le Cellier serves up a Canadian Whiskey Flight with 3/4 oz. servings of Pendleton, 40 Creek, and Crown Royal.
Although I’m not a whiskey expert, my fave was the 40 Creek. I do have to say, though — whiskey does not go down smooth for me! You whiskey lovers need to give me some tips as to the best ways to appreciate this find spirit!
Still, since it’s good to expand your horizons, I’m going to recommend this one as something you can’t just get anywhere in Disney World, and you know I’m always a fan of unique offerings in the World’s restaurants. Well done, Le Cellier.
So tell me about YOUR favorite flights in Disney restaurants! Can’t wait to go try ‘em!!