Our last stop in the Drinking Around the World Showcase series ends in (or begins in Canada, depending on which way you start). It’s a good thing that there aren’t very many drink or food offerings at this pavilion because if you’re at the end of your Drinking Around the World Showcase (DAWS) excursion, you’re not going to want to consume much anyway! To be fair, after assessing the options at this pavilion, you’re not likely to get more than mildly nutty.
The Canada pavilion does not include any quick service locations and only has one kiosk. The kiosk, located near the entrance to Le Cellier – the pavilion’s table service location – offers limited choices. Beer enthusiasts will be able to grab the Canadian Moosehead beer ($8.50 or $12.25 in a souvenir mug). The kiosk used to serve Labatt Blue but it looks like the pavilion is not serving it anymore. Other beers include the French Canadian: La Fin Du Monde and Trois Pistoles ($10.25) and Cherry Ephemere ($9.25). Non-beer drinkers can imbibe in the Torontopolitan made from Iceberg Vodka, Creme de Cassis, Triple Sec, and Cranberry Juice ($8.25). As far as snacks go, you’re limited to popcorn at this kiosk. It’s too bad they don’t carry the Le Cellier Canadian cheddar cheese soup!
Speaking of Canadian cheddar cheese soup, Le Cellier is the table service location in the Canada Pavilion and it’s well-known for its offerings as a steak house. It makes a great location for families, adults, and couples. It’s also great to visit for drinks and appetizers, though be advised; ADRs at this location come at a premium and are highly advised. Because this location is set to look like a wine cellar there are lots of great wine choices at this location. Beer options remain limited and will include Moosehead (which is used in the cheese soup!), Labatt Blue, and other seasonal offerings.
Overall, the Canada pavilion is perhaps the most disappointing of all the pavilions in the World Showcase. If you’re looking to really sample the drinks and tastes of the pavilions, stick to the others before heading to Canada.
When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.