You'll find this casual hotel lounge right around the corner from Cape May Cafe. It's a relaxing lounge to wind down after a long day at the parks. TV's, comfy seating, a nice cold drink and you'll be ready to do it all again tomorrow!
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Sam Adams, Sam Adams Seasonal, Bud Light
Limited appetizer menu.
Kinda dark, kinda quiet, but kinda nice. It's got several chairs & tables, and other padded wicker furninture that I've seen people curled up on taking a nap. During the day it's a nice spot to get away if you need a break. It's decorated like your Grandma's porch - if she lived in New England back in the 80's.
If you're looking for action, this is not the bar to be. I've seen it busy and loud at times but not often. Even though this place is usually a desert, in our experience, it's often difficult to get the bartender's attention. "Hello? . . . Customer here! . . . Hate to break up the conversation with the other bartender but . . . " I'm sure you get the point. Even with the inattentive staff I'd still call it a good spot to whip out a deck of cards for a slow southern evening.
Disney's Beach Club Resort & Villas
1800 Epcot Resorts Boulevard
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Themed after New England-style beach houses, this is one of the most popular resorts thanks to it's close proximity to Epcot and their infamous Stormalong Bay pool with pirate ship waterslide.
Located in the boardwalk loop of resorts & entertainment. This is the closest resort to Epcot. It's a short walk to the International Gateway at the back of World Showcase.
You can also take one of the Friendship Boats to Epcot or Hollywood Studios. There is a walking path over to the Studios which is about a 10 min brisk pace walk, which can be significantly faster at times than taking the boat.
You can also find select liquor, beer and wine at Beach Club Marketplace. You are paying for convenience here, so don't expect reasonable prices.