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Refreshment Outpost is located in between the China and Germany Pavilions.
To the left is a little area with a number of hidden musical instruments and drums.
Refreshment Outpost Menu
Pull up the full menu at DisneyWorld.com here.
Refreshment Outpost primarily offers frozen beverages, dessert, and beer.
Frozen Coca-Cola Slushy
A classic frozen drink, the Coca-Cola Icee is light and refreshing. For years, they offered it with a shot of Amarula liqueur as the “Frozen Elephant.” They should still carry the fruit liqueur, even if it’s not on the menu, and I’d recommend it over the other frozen alcoholic cocktails available here. The Amarula adds a natural creamy quality to the drink, though at 17% ABV, it won’t pack much of a punch.
The Mango Starr is full of sugar and calories, but it’s a lot less heavy-handed than the previous “smoothie” version. The mango brings a nice tropical flavor, but there’s still very little, if any, alcohol presence. That may or may not be a good thing, but don’t expect to get much more than an upset stomach by this thing.
Soft Serve Ice Cream
You’ll also find Disney’s usual soft serve, available in a cup or a waffle cone.
Beer and Cider
Refreshment Outpost offers an assortment of draft beers and ciders, typically on a seasonal basis and tied into the current Festival. The Safari Amber is an Animal Kingdom favorite and the Old Elephant Foot IPA is also available over there. You might check the menu and see if anything sounds interesting.
Refreshment Outpost is perhaps best used as a spot to grab a complimentary glass of ice water. Lines are typically short to nonexistent.
The kiosk is also typically home to a Festival food item or two. Here, we have a slice of pineapple with Tajin seasoning.
For the Festival of the Arts, they offered this plant-based hot dog.