It costs $129 to get into Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando. The heat and humidity in central Florida probably feels like walking through a scalding, wet blanket, surrounded by long lines, and screaming children as far as your eyes can see. But the supposed happiest place on earth just got happier for parents, as Disney announced that all sit-down restaurants at its Magic Kingdom complex in Orlando will now offer booze.
Times have indeed changed: According to the Orlando Sentinel, the Magic Kingdom had a no-alcohol policy when it was opened in 1971. That changed in 2012 with the opening of its “Be Our Guest” restaurant. The Sentinel also noted that the original Disneyland in Anaheim “still does not offer alcohol to the general public.”
Our friends at Eater has a helpful drinking guide if you ever find yourself in Disney World.