Take a Disney Skyliner “Pub Crawl” on your next Disney World trip

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Pub Crawl Skyliner

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On September 29, Walt Disney World’s newest mode of transportation, the Disney Skyliner, opened to the public and guests have been able to experience beautiful views of the Disney landscape like never before.

But that’s not all guests will be able to experience while taking advantage of Disney’s newest transportation. There are several stops on the Skyliner line, which include lots of yummy treats and delicious drinks. We put together a guide for a Disney Skyliner “Pub Crawl” so you can stop and enjoy a salty snack alongside an adult beverage while enjoying your day in the parks.

Pub Crawl stop #1: Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Let’s begin at Disney’s Hollywood Studios where you can stop and grab a snack in between visiting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and riding  The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.

Baseline Tap House

Check out Baseline Tap House, one of my all time favorite spots, and grab a salty Bavarian pretzel with Beer-Cheese Fondue and Spicy Mustard paired with an ice cold Ace Space Bloody Orange Hard Cider.

Baseline Beer
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Tune In Lounge

Calling all 50s fans! Sip on specialty cocktails in the Tune In Lounge, located next door to the popular restaurant, 50s Prime Time Cafe.

My personal favorite is a Mowie Wowie, a mix of Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Melon Liqueur, Peach Schnapps, Orange Juice, and Pineapple Juice.

Tune In Lounge
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Pub Crawl stop #2: Disney’s Riviera Resort

Disney’s newest Disney Resort will open on December 16, 2019 and will include a stop on Disney’s Skyliner line and our pub crawl!

Le Petit Cafe

You can treat yourself to a sweet pastry paired with a nice glass of wine at the Le Petit Cafe. The cafe will also offer European-style coffee for those who need a boost of energy to get through the rest of our pub crawl!

Le Petit Cafe
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Pub Crawl stop #3: Epcot

Everyone knows Epcot is known for drinking around the world, and with Disney’s Skyliner pulling right into Epcot’s International Gateway, it’s the perfect opportunity to hit World Showcase on our pub crawl.

Les Vins des Chefs de France

Sit back, relax, and raise your glass. I recommend trying a Grand Marnier Slush or the Kir Royale which is Champagne and Blackberry Liquor.
Grand Mariner Slush
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Rose and Crown Pub

From France to England. Located right next door, stop by Rose and Crown Pub. This adorable England style pub is the perfect spot for a wide selection of beers on tap or a nice glass of wine. You can also snack on some homemade seasoned crisps or English chips.

Rose and Crown
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La Cantina de San Angel

If you’re a fan of chips and salsa and margaritas, then the next stop will excite you. After finishing up your beer at Rose and Crown Pub, head over to Mexico and swing by La Cantina de San Angel. Pair fresh-made Guacamole and Tortilla Chips with a Blood Orange Margarita on the Rocks. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
La Cantina de San Angel
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La Cava del Tequila

If you’re in the mood for another margarita, I recommend heading right across the way to La Cava del Tequila. Guests can choose from over 200 tequilas, top-shelf cocktails, Mexican beer or wine. This wonderful tequila bar also offers light snacks like guacamole or queso.
Tequila Bar
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Pub Crawl stop #4: Art of Animation and Pop Century

After you finish drinking around the world, hop back on the Disney’s Skyliner and head over to the sister resorts, Art of Animation and Pop Century Resorts.

The Drop Off Pool at Art of Animation

The pool bar at Art of Animation has a ton of drinks to choose from. Personally, I love the Piña Colava, a twist on the classic Piña Colada. This frozen drink consists of Bacardi Raspberry Rum blended with flavors of Coconut and Raspberry Purée. You can also get a regular Piña Colada if raspberry isn’t your thing.

Pina Colada
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Petals Pool Bar at Pop Century

There are two drinks at the Petals Pool Bar that I recommend trying on this pub crawl. First, sip on the Poolside Iced Tea which consists of Absolut Vodka, Bacardi Superior Rum, Beefeater Gin,Corazón BlancoTequila, Cointreau, and Sweet-and-Sour topped with Coca-Cola.

Second, the Captain’s Mai Tai which is a mix of Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, Bols Amaretto, and Tropical Juices topped with a float of Plantation Original Dark Rum.

Petals Pool Bar
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Pub Crawl stop #5: Disney’s Caribbean Beach

We are ending our Disney’s Skyliner pub crawl at the beautiful Caribbean Beach Resort. With stunning views and a relaxing atmosphere, there’s no better place to sit back and relax after a long day.

Banana Cabana

This walk-up bar offers tropical drinks such as the Caribbean Smuggler, Guava-Rita, Bourbon Breeze, and the famous Banana Cabana, which consists of Cruzan Mango Rum, Coruba Coconut Rum, Bols Crème de Banana, Orange Juice, and Pineapple Juice with a float of Grenadine.
Banana Cabana Bar
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The Disney Skyliner is now open to all guests and is used for connecting Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios with the four surrounding resorts on our Disney Skyliner pub crawl — Disney’s Art of Animation, Disney’s Pop Century, Disney’s Caribbean Beach, and the soon to be Disney’s Riviera Resort, which is set to open on December 16, 2019.

Which Disney Skyliner pub crawl stop are you looking forward to most? Let us know in the comments.

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