On a recent visit to Walt Disney World, we uncovered something that may be of interest for those that like an adult beverage at the end of a busy park day. It would appear that the food courts at two of Disney’s All Star Resorts have begun selling adult beverages. Here’s a look at what we found at All Star Movies Resort.
The beverages can be found in the section called the Rialto which sells ice cream and desserts.
There are two adult milkshakes on offer, The Curtain Call which is a chocolate milkshake with candied bacon and Knob Creek Bourbon and Velvet Ropes which is a vanilla milkshake with strawberries, sprinkles and Frangelico Liquer. Both of the milkshakes retail for $12.00
Here’s a closer look at Velvet Ropes.
For those brunching at All Star Movies, there were also two additional alcoholic drinks being served up: Mimosa and a Bloody Mary.
The Mimosa features orange juice and Michelle Brut Sparkling Wine and retails for $10 and the Bloody Mary is made with Skyy Vodka and retails for $8.25.
So what does this mean for All Music and All Star Sports? For now, it would appear that All Star Music is following suit as a quick look at the menu online uncovered the same milkshakes as All Star Movies but with slightly different names:
Strawberry Fields: Strawberry Milkshake with Frangelico topped with Whipped Cream and Sprinkles $11.50
The King Milkshake: Chocolate Milkshake with Knob Creek Bourbon topped with Candied Bacon $11.50
At the moment, the adult options only seem to be cropping up at All Star Movies and All Star Music. The End Zone Food Court at All Star Sports does not appear to be currently offering them.
Guests visiting either resort will also want to remember that in addition to the Food Court items listed above, both resorts do offer a bar where additional libations served up on the outside of the main buildings near the swimming pools. Here’s a quick look at some of the additional cocktail options you can find at All Star Movies.
No word yet on whether the alcoholic milkshakes are a permanent fixture to the menus at both quick service locations or a trial. We also don’t have word yet if All Star Sports will follow suit. Watch this space and we’ll keep you updated as and when we hear more about this exciting new offering.
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