The Best Places to Grab a Drink at Amusement Parks

It’s not all kiddie drinks. Theme parks across the country are catering to adults and serving up cold brews and craft cocktails. Here’s a roundup of the best bars and their signature sips.

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Dawa Bar, Animal Kingdom

Take a break from the heat in this shaded oasis. Sample African beers and look out for safari-themed tap handles. The bar also offers several frozen and specialty cocktails. What to Order: Tusker Lager

Hog’s Head Pub, Universal Studios Florida and Hollywood

Harry Potter fans looking for more than Butterbeer should head to the bar at the Hog’s Head Pub for wizard-themed drinks, plus a hog’s head that snorts at patrons. The bar also features its own Fire Whiskey, a cinnamon liquor featured in the Harry Potter books, and has several cocktail options. What to Order: Fire & Chata or Wizard’s Brew Stout

La Cava del Tequila, Epcot

The best thing about Epcot is drinking around the world through the park’s extravagant foodie pavilions. But Mexico wins for best bar, best selection and best drinks. Walk through an ancient temple into a nighttime fiesta to access La Cava del Tequila, and sample more than 200 tequilas, Mexican beer and wine. Stay for a tequila flight or order drinks to go as you hop to other countries. What to Order: Wild Passion Fruit Margarita

Moe’s Tavern, Universal Studios Florida

Simpsons fans will enjoy visiting Homer’s favorite bar and posing with Barney and The Lover Tester. What to Order: Flaming Moe

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Disney Springs

While not inside a Disney park, this bar is located in Disney Springs, a shopping area with exclusive Disney merchandise, shows and attractions. Inspired by Indiana Jones' sidekick, this 1940s airplane hangar turned dive serves up adventurer-themed cocktails and has Instagrammable decor everywhere you look. What to Order: Wrong Island!

Tune-In Lounge, Hollywood Studios

Part of the 50s Primetime Cafe, this retro bar is decorated with old-school TVs playing black and white shows including The Mickey Mouse Club reruns. What to Order: Electric Lemonade With Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cubes

Rose and Crown Pub, Epcot

Take a mini trip across the pond and take a seat at what feels like an authentic British pub. Enjoy pints and classic English, Scottish and Irish fare. What to Order: English Rose

Nomad Lounge and Cocktail Bar, Animal Kingdom

Sip exotic cocktails inspired by Asia, Africa and South America while lounging on the wraparound porch outside Tiffan’s, Animal Kingdom’s first signature restaurant. What to Order: Malaysian Mule

Full Throttle Sports Bar, Six Flags Magic Mountain

You won’t miss a play with 30 HDTVs playing different games and a giant scoreboard of TVs hanging from the ceiling. Sit on bleachers or check out Southern California sports team memorabilia while you wait. What to Order: Seasonal Cold Brew

Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar, Disneyland

Located in the Disneyland Hotel, this tiki bar with colorful cocktails was inspired by the iconic Jungle Cruise park ride. What to Order: Uh Oa!