We recently shared a review about Wine Bar George and how it’s practically perfect.
Well, now the restaurant in Disney Springs has just added four more reasons for why you should give the spot a try.
While our DFB reader @tkub1218 was wining and dining at Wine Bar George (and hopefully eating some Flaming Cheese), he spotted not one…but FOUR new drinks on the menu! Although we can’t resist a Froscato or Freaujolais, each of the latest sips sounds worth ALL the hype. The Bright Side is shaken up with Luna Azul Blanco Tequila, Lemon, Yellow Chartreuse, Honey, and Grapefruit for $15...
…while the Bitter Thistle is a simple cocktail made of Cynar and Lime for $15.
You can also try your hand at the Lucky 13! The cocktail is mixed with Ron Zacapa Rum, Orange Curaçao, Lime, Green Chartreuse, Absinthe, and Roederer Estate Sparkling Wine for $15 (which sounds AMAZING).
If you’re visiting the restaurant with your family or friends, you can share a pot of Tea for Two during the afternoon. The drink is made with Earl Grey infused Pimm’s Cup No. 1, Italicus, Punt e Mes, and Yellow Chartreuse for $40, which sounds like quite the way to chill out in Disney Springs.
While Wine Bar George has some great sips and snacks, there are also plenty of other great spots to grab a bite after a drink or two (like The Edison, even though there has been A LOT of menu changes at the restaurant). As we continue exploring Disney Springs and the rest of Disney World, we’ll give you a look at all the drinks, food, and more we find around the parks!
What’s your favorite thing to get at Wine Bar George? Let us know in the comments below!