Take it away, Tricia!
We saw the sign for the Margaritas and had to stop! Boardwalk Joe’s is always a good stop for a pre-Mexico margarita when we walk from Disney’s Hollywood Studios to Epcot.
We enjoy going for one of the seasonal drinks (i.e. Caramel Apple Margarita) so we were looking forward to trying the Grapefruit Margarita.
I am not someone who loves very sweet drinks, so Grapefruit was right up my alley! It tasted just like you were drinking frozen Ruby red grapefruit juice; it was tart with just a little sweetness.
Wonderful for a hot July day at Disney.
And if this margarita is not your thing, they were also offering [Read more…]
We’re having fun discovering foodie specials during our visit to Disney World! Yesterday, Epcot was a sea of green as guests celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with green beer and green-tinted Grey Goose Slushies!
Disney Food News
Here’s the latest…
- Register now for the 2012 Wine & Dine Half Marathon! Your race reward is an after-hours party at Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival!
- We reviewed the new Chocolate Cheddar Popcorn found in the Disney Parks this week!
- New funny ceramic tumblers were found in the merch shops this week! Check out the great one-liners!
- The 2012 Swan and Dolphin Food and Wine Classic has been announced for October!
- Holiday decorated treats! Cookies and Cake Pops are showing St. Patrick’s Day spirit. Plus, snacks with Easter decor!
- Portobello Restaurant in Downtown Disney celebrates National Noodle Month with a special mushroom ravioli appetizer!
For more sweet and savory food news, stop by our Disney Food News Pin Board, where Disney Food News is updated on a regular basis!
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On to the Round-Up
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Situated on the boardwalk of Downtown Disney’s Marketplace in Orlando, the Margarita Bar serves up margaritas, bottled beverages, a Rum Runner, draft beer, frozen drinks, and yes, even cigars! It’s a handy little escape prior to a dinner reservation, or to relax on a sunny Orlando afternoon.
This week (and for several weeks previous, according to the bartender), the drink special was a Grapefruit Margarita.
The Margarita Bar is tucked a bit out of the way of the main Downtown Disney thoroughfare — in fact, it’s a few steps down and situated right on the dock next to the Downtown Disney Marina!
The Bar itself is more of a kiosk — a small island-esque shack on the dock with several umbrella-clad tables close by.
Thankfully after strolling around in the hot Florida sun, those tables alongside the marina provide some shade! And the live music on the waterfront invites guests to unwind. Frequently, [Read more…]