Get ready for an unexpected treat, two excellent slushes with top shelf liquor. Grey Goose Citron and Grand Marnier perform their best impersonations of a frozen lemonade and an orange slush at the gas station. These two slushes are on par with the delicious margaritas back in Mexico but with their own citrus twist on the original. Here's the bad news, they're served in a plastic martini glass. Not only does it make you feel like a fool, drinking a slush with a straw out of a martini glass, but it can't be more than about 10oz.
Located lagoon side across from Chefs de France.
Merlot, Cabernet & Chardonnay - $5.87
Regional Wine - $6.90
Beaujolais Duboeuf (Red)
Vouvray Savion (White, Sweet)
Rosé Cotes de Provence (Blush)
Cotes du Rhone J.L. Colombo (Red) - $7.98
Bordeaux Chateau Durandet (Red) - $7.98
Pouilly-Fuissé (White, Medium Dry) - $9.86
Grand Marnier & Grey Goose Orange Slush - $9.34
Grey Goose Citron Lemonade Slush - $9.34
Nuvo Sparkling Vodka - $14.88
Champagne Nicolas Feuillate - $12.21
Kir Royal (Champagne & Creme de Cassis) - $12.91
Kronenbourg 1664 (French Beer) - $6.57
Chilled Grand Marnier shot - $6.57
Grey Goose Citron shot - $6.57
Slushes: Above Average
None at this stand but you can head to the back of the pavillion for a great little pastry shop.
Ah, Paris, the city of lights, representing La Belle Epoque (the beautiful time) era of France from 1870-1910. Take your wine and try to spot the hidden mickey shrub as you wander through the gardens in front of the perfume shop or head inside and do a little shopping. If you're around when 'Serveur Amusant' juggling performer is setting up for a show, stick around and watch a comedic mime delicately stack, and climb, chairs to dizzying heights. There are a few tables & chairs right next to this stand overlooking the lagoon. If you're going to the movie, you are allowed to have a drink while waiting, but not in the main theater.
Slushes are ungodly expensive, but it's a decent amount of top shelf liquor and it tastes great. While the beer and wine is your typical $6 bucks, the sparkling vodka is around two or three million . . . OK, it's $15 but it might as well be a billion. If anyone has tried the vodka, write in and let us know what you thought (or at least what you were thinking.)
Looking for the recipe for the Grand Marnier & Grey Goose Orange Slush or the
Grey Goose Citron Lemonade Slush? Click HERE