9/14/15 Update: Menu updated.
Location: Upcountry Beverages is located along the back pathway that connects Asia and Africa near the entrance to Flights of Wonder.
Food Type: Frozen beverages (some alcoholic), beer, and snacks.
Dining Plan: Some items quality as snacks.
Note that it stipulates the drinks are available without the tumbler on the menu on the right. Most people see the $15.25 price and assume they have to order their drink with the tumbler.
Something it doesn’t mention above.
Unique Items: The Frozen Drinks are somewhat unique, though Disney sells similar concoctions at the other theme parks not named Magic Kingdom.
- Quick ordering.
- Tasty drinks. There’s definitely some alcohol in the margaritas. These aren’t the ones where you get a half ounce of liquor underneath a non-alcoholic Icee.
- Not cheap.
- No dedicated seating.
Value: Average. This is a standard Disney beverage kiosk.
Reputation: Those that have purchased drinks seem to enjoy them, but the off-the-path location makes the kiosk significantly less popular than other similar kiosks at Parks like Epcot.
A half Bali Hai Strawberry/Maharajah Lime Margarita on the left and the Maharajah Lime Margarita on the right (should memory serve). These were both pretty good for what they are – very cold, very refreshing, and moderately boozy. You’re familiar with these if you’ve ever had a frozen Margarita at the Mexico Pavilion or anywhere else for that matter, you slobbery drunk. I wouldn’t hesitate to order another when temperatures really start to get up there. They’re a nice choice if it’s what you’re looking for.
Seating: There are tables and chairs overlooking the Tree of Life and Discovery Island on the other side of the street.