One visit to the Tangierine Cafe to the unique drinks and eats throughout the pavilion, there’s no doubt that a Drinking Around the World Showcase excursion isn’t complete without a visit to Morocco. While you probably won’t get roasted and toasted at this pavilion alone, you can definitely score some tasty drinks & treats that will keep you certifiably nuts!and you’ll feel like you have been transported to the streets of Morocco. From the street fare at
The best place to score an alcoholic beverage is the kiosk located closest to the. There you can get some very American beers, including Bud Light, Budweiser and Michelob Ultra ($5.99). These aren’t remotely authentic but the location does also carry Casa Beer ($6.99). If you’re looking for a beer with a high alcoholic content ratio, this one is not it. It’s pretty weak in the percentage department. Are cocktails more your speed? A refreshing oasis slushie is sure to hit the spot on a hot Florida summer day! ($8.99) The Habibi Daiquiri provides a unique taste with orange blossom water. The Sultan’s Colada offers a twist on a Pina Colada with almond liqueur. While there, grab some baklava and watch the live entertainment with the band Mo’rockin. The stage is located near this kiosk.
The Morocco Coffee & Pastries kiosk located inside the Tangierine Cafe restaurant also offers several alcoholic beverages. For beer, stick with the outside kiosk, but for Sangria and Moroccan Wine ($6.99) as well as unique coffee beverages this is the location to visit. Several of their coffees include liqueur making them the perfect accompaniment to baklava and other Moroccan pastries. The Kashbah Coffee with hazelnut liqueur and Casablanca Coffee with vanilla liqueur (both $6.99) are terrific choices.
Looking for a quick service dining location to grab some authentic Moroccan fare? Tangierine Cafe serves up some terrific and reasonably priced quick service options. Check out the Moroccan sliders combo ($14.99) which offers you a taste of chicken, lamb and falafel with traditional accompaniments. The specialty wraps ($8.99-$10.99) are a good value and portable for DAWS-goers on the move. For vegetarians, check out the Vegetable Platter ($10.99).
One of the best spots to experience all that Morocco has to offer for a DAWS excursion is Restaurant Marrakesh. From the traditional food to the unique drinks and the live entertainment–this is a one stop shop for a DAWS visit. This is a great place to visit with groups of friends, couples, and even families. There’s something for everyone and the unique atmosphere appeals to all ages! This table service location offers several unique cocktails including: Casablanca Sunset made with apricot brandy, orange juice, cranberry juice, topped with peach schnapps and Tangier’s Breeze made with vodka, pineapple juice, topped with Midori (both $8.99). Beer drinkers can still get the Casa Beer. For a non-alcoholic drink, order the Moroccan Mint Tea (served either hot or cold). The presentation for the hot version is worth the price alone! For DAWS-goers, order appetizers, drinks, and dessert — all the while enjoying traditional music and belly dancing. You can even get the opportunity to join in the dancing!
While Morocco isn’t the booziest of pavilions in the World Showcase, it does offer several unique options and some great entertainment and food. You’ll experience a “Whole New World” when you visit this location on your next DAWS excursion!
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