Where to celebrate National Tequila Day at Walt Disney World


July 24 is National Tequila Day, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t go to these locations at Walt Disney World any day of the year!

All over Walt Disney World you can get some pretty incredible drinks if you know where to look. But on National Tequila Day there’s only one drink we are looking for, margaritas in any shape, form, or size.

The classic drink pairs well with just about anything in our book, and there are some truly outstanding ones to be tried throughout the Orlando resort.

Spanish Margarita- Three Bridges Bar and Grill at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

One of the newest restaurants at Walt Disney World is Three Bridges Bar and Grill at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. The food here is fantastic, and the drink menu is filled with familiar drinks with a bit of a twist.

And while the sangria, which comes in three different variations, is the signature drink here, we highly recommend someone in your group getting the Spanish Margarita. The drink is strong with a big lime flavor, and it goes great with the braised pork tacos!

Guests can enjoy delicious entrees and shareables, along with refreshing cocktails and signature sangria pitchers at Three Bridges Bar & Grill, a casual waterside dining experience in an open-air setting located in Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Steven Diaz, photographer)

Maelstrom Margarita- La Cava Del Tequila at Epcot

If you’re like us then you’re still mourning the loss of the infamous Norway attraction the Maelstrom, which has since been replaced with a Frozen attraction. Well over at the Mexico Pavilion they are still celebrating the long lost, but not forgotten attraction with a Maelstrom Margarita at La Cava del Tequila. The drink has mango, habanero peppers, blueberries ad basil in it for a fun combo, but be warned if you don’t like spicy things you should probably steer clear of this one.

Salt Air Margarita- Jaleo at Disney Springs

Owned by celebrity chef and activist José Andres, Jaleo is the latest dining addition to Disney Springs. The restaurant is serving up Spanish style tapas and paella, along with a great mix of drinks.

One of the best we’ve had there is the Salt Air Margarita. The margarita comes to your table with a salt air foam on top that tastes just like the beach and ocean water. If you’re not into salt on the rim of your drink this one might not be for you, but we love all the salt we can get with margaritas so we cannot get enough of this.

Topolo- Frontera Cocina at Disney Springs

Frontera Cocina at Disney Springs is bringing authentic Mexican cuisine to diners. One of the more interesting margaritas on the list of drink is the Topolo. This is not because it’s a groundbreaking margarita flavor, but because it’s all shaken and served table side! The drink itself is refreshing and perfect after a hot day inside the Walt Disney World parks.

Margarita Flight- The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

A new patio lounge at The Hollywood Brown Derby offers Disney’s Hollywood Studios guests a relaxing place beneath shade umbrellas where they can sip wine, beer and cocktails and enjoy small bites such as artisanal cheeses, duck confit tacos, Derby sliders and more. The new lounge, which opened October 2013, also features a delightful dessert menu with Chocolate Three Ways, a banana-white chocolate toffee tower on a cocoa-almond cookie, bananas Foster and strawberry Champagne cheesecake. Seating is first-come, first-served. Disney’s Hollywood Studios is located at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

Why have one margarita when you can have three? That’s usually our way of thinking, especially when we’re at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

At the Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge they are serving up a margarita flight which consists of a classic, a blood orange and a pomegranate margarita! All three are great and we love getting this along with the famous Cobb salad and trio of desserts while we watch other guests scurry about the park.

Dole Whip Lime Margarita- Oasis Bar and Grill at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

What would happen if you mixed Dole Whip Lime into a margarita? Well the folks over at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort have found out!

The Dole Whip Lime Margarita can be found at the Oasis Bar and Grill (the pool bar at the hotel) and it’s a sweet blended masterpiece. The drink is just what we want while laying by the pool, strolling along the beach, or enjoying the sunset from the balcony of our room!

BONUS: Outer Rim at Oga’s Cantina at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Guests will discover innovative and creative concoctions from around the galaxy at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California and at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. From left to right, alcoholic beverages: The Outer Rim, Bespin Fizz, Yub Nub, and Fuzzy Tauntaun can be found at Oga’s Cantina. (Kent Phillips/Disney Parks)

Even though Oga’s Cantina inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge isn’t open yet at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (it’s opening August 29, 2019) we couldn’t not put the galactic version of a margarita on our list of best margaritas at Walt Disney World.

The Outer Rim is quite possibly one of the best drinks we’ve ever had at a Disney Park. What puts this drink over the edge is the black salt and fruit puree, which is really more of a foam, on the top!

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Are you celebrating National Tequila Day?Let us know in the comments what your favorite drink at Walt Disney World is and where it’s at so we can try it too!