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Orlando's Best Bars: The Disney Parks Edition

Walt Disney World isn't just about the kids. Disney attracts families, friends and couples from around the world, who after a day at the theme parks, like to celebrate with a cocktail (or two). It is vacation, after all. Some of Orlando's best bars are actually located in and around the Disney theme parks. And in true Disney form, these lounges aren't the typical watering holes you'll find back home. From exotic Polynesian hideaways with fiery rum drinks to an authentic Mexican tequila bar and Italian wine cellar, visitors will find just the right libation for any occasion. 

La Cava del Tequila

Bypass the margarita stands at Epcot and head to this intimate little tequila bar tucked inside the Aztec temple. You'll find servers from Mexico and a full line-up of specialty margaritas and high-end tequila.

Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar

Just off the piazza in Epcot's Italy Pavilion are several restaurants including this intimate wine bar featuring 200 labels and a light menu of Italian specialties and antipasti.

Tiffins at Animal Kingdom

When Disney's cast members created Animal Kingdom, they traveled to South America, Asia and Africa. They came back and shared their favorite culinary experiences with Disney chefs to create a menu like no other.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar

Fans of "Indiana Jones" know Jock Lindsey as Indy's frequent pilot. This aviation-themed lounge features small plates and cocktails on the water at Disney Springs. Enjoy unique menu items like Rolling Boulder Sliders and Pirate Pretzels along with a Cool-Headed Monkey made with African rum. L, D (daily).  

Morimoto Asia

Famous Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto brings his popular restaurant to Disney Springs, offering fresh sushi, seafood and Asian cuisine in a spectacular dining room. L, D (daily).

Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant

Grab a Guinness, try a contemporary take on shepherd’s pie and have a rollicking good time at this Irish-accented megapub and restaurant at Disney Springs. L, D (daily), Br (Sa-Su).

Trader Sam's Grog Grotto and Tiki Bar

This South-Seas inspired restaurant and bar is just pure fun. Tucked inside Disney's Polynesian Resort and serving Hawaiian food and signature tropical cocktails. Reservations not required though expect a wait. D (nightly).

AbracadaBar

This is the perfect place for grabbing a late-night drink after leaving Epcot or on the way to dinner at Disney's BoardWalk. This fun-filled bar has a few tricks up its sleeve, like a magical menu, disappearing art work and wallpaper with hidden symbols.