These 4 Disney World Restaurants Are Adding Alcohol to Their Menus

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Disney-loving adults, rejoice! Four restaurants at Disney World's Magic Kingdom will begin offering alcohol on Dec. 23, the Orlando Sentinel reports. The lucky restaurants include Tony's Town Square Restaurant, Liberty Tree Tavern, Skipper Canteen, and Cinderella's Royal Table, all of which will start serving beer and wine, just in time for Christmas. This long-awaited announcement comes after the theme park broke its dry spell in 2012 with the introduction of alcohol at its Beauty and the Beast-themed restaurant, Be Our Guest. Since then, the only other addition has been the Coca-Cola-inspired alcoholic beverages that became available at a store in Disney Springs in July 2016.

The drinks offered will go along with each restaurant's theme and food options: Tony's Town Square, an Italian eatery, will offer Italian beers and wines, such as Chianti Superiore, whereas Cinderella's Royal Table, a destination for truly special occasions, will have champagne and sparkling wine on its menu. This is just another reason to travel to Disney World for the holidays, as if we even needed an excuse in the first place. Now you can have a boozy beverage to wash down your favorite magical foods at the park. We'll cheers to that!