Located on the monorail floor of the resort; enjoy a classy old-fashioned cocktail just behind the old-fashioned 'Big Band' that plays throughout the day.
5pm - Midnight
Magical Star Cocktail - $10.25
Light up your celebration with X-Fusion Organic Mango and Passion Fruit liqueur, Parrot Bay Coconut rum, pineapple juice and a souvenir multicolored glow cube.
Platinum Margarita - $10.25
Patron tequila, Patron Citronge, sweet & sour and lime juice.
Sun Kissed Cocktail - $9.25
Bacardi rum, TY KU Citrus liqueur, fresh mint, agave nectar, orange juice and freshly squeezed lemon juice topped with Sprite.
Raspberry Rain - $9.25
Rain Organics Red Grape Hibiscus vodka, Chambord, fresh raspberries, lychee and freshly squeezed lemon juice topped with soda water.
"PAMA" Grand Cocktail - $10
Ketel Citroen vodka, PAMA Pomegranate liqueur, cranberry juice and soda water.
Mizner's Classic Vodka - $10.25
Belvedere Vodka - $9.25
Grey Goose Vodka - $9.25
Mizners Classic Gin
Hendrick's - $9.25
Bombay Sapphire - $8.25
Grand Cosmopolitan - $10.25
Belvedere vodka, Grand Marnier and cranberry juice.
Godiva Chocolate - $9.25
Stoli Vanil vodka, Godiva chocolate liqueur, white creme de cacao and Frangelico.
Berries & Cream - $9.25
Van Gogh Acai-Blueberry vodka, Chambord, Frangelico and half & half.
Citronge Cafe - $9.25
Patron Citronge orange liqueur, Patron XO Cafe liqueur, white creme de cacao and half & half.
Kir Royale - $15
Mumm Cordon Rouge Brut, Reims NV Champagne with Chambord.
Manhattan - $11.75
Knob Creek Bourbon
Rusty Nail - $9.25
Drambuie and Dewars blended scotch whiskey.
Side Car - $10.25
Courvoisier VSOP, Cointreau and sweet & sour with a sugared rim.
Ports and Sherry (3oz. glass)
Cockburn 20 yr. Tawny - $12
Ferreira 10 yr. Tawny - $10
Osborne Fino Pale Dry Sherry - $8
Courvoisier XO - $29
Grand Marnier 100 yr. - $29
Grand Marnier 150 yr. - $37
Hennessy XO - $32
Hennessy Richard (1oz.) - $175
Remy Martin VSOP - $17
Remy Martin Louis XIII - .5oz. - $70 | 1oz. - $135 | 1.5oz. - $195 | 2oz. - $255
Booker's - $12
Gentleman Jack - $8.25
Knob Creek - $11
Maker's Mark - $8.25
Woodford Reserve - $11
Single Malts and Blended Scotch (2oz.)
Glenfiddich, 12yr. - $11
Highland Park, 25yr. - $55
Johnnie Walker Blue - $37
Lagavulin, 16yr. - $17
Oban, 14yr. - $17
The Macallan - 12yr. - $12 | 18yr. - $29 | 25yr. - $95
Blue Moon, Corona, Heineken, Yuengling, Redbridge (gluten-free) - $5.75
Newcastle, Stella Artois - $6.75
Budweiser 16oz bottle - $5.50
Michelob Ultra 16oz bottle - $6.50
Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite - $4.50
Sam Adams - $5.75
A varitey of red, white and sparkling wines available by glass or bottle.
They give out a small bowl of assorted nuts to your party for free after they take your drink order.
'Lounge Fare' available from 5:30pm - 10pm
Includes: Hummus and Flatbread, Goat Cheese, Charcuterie and Shrimp Cocktail. Assorted desserts also available.
To Walt's dismay, this is probably the only place on property you can buy a cigar and a cocktail at the same place. (Remember when Disneyland had a cigar shop on Main Street?)
Cohiba Toro - $24
Hemingway Short Story - $10
Monte Cristo Platinum Rothchild - $14
Romeo y Julieta Habana Short Churchill - $11
Small and a little bland with classy cocktails and prices that deserve top hats. After a few short steps down, you'll notice a large half-moon bar with about 10 barstools. Scattered throughout the rest of the space is an assortment of coffee tables and chairs, some set up for larger parties, others for 2. I didn't feel that the grandour of the resort flowed into this lounge as well as it could have. After the amazing grand room the boring styling feels almost like you stepped into a Radisson by mistake - still nice, just not "Grand" anymore. The back wall is made up of several large windows so it does provide a good view of the resort grounds and the Magic Kingdom (kind of . . . if you crane your neck . . . and look way over there . . . no, that way). Thankfully there is a flat screen tv to enjoy since there isn't much else to look at.
You'll find the missing "elegance" of this place in the drink menu - $255 for 2oz of Remy. We tried the Raspberry Rain and Sidecar on our first visit. We did enjoy the free nuts, but as you see in the photo that by the time we finally received our drinks we were nearly finished. Very slow service considering it wasn't that busy.
The Raspberry Rain was excellent. Hibiscus vodka, chambord and lemon juice gave it a pleasantly sweet yet tart flavor. Very refreshing and light and goes down just too easy! The fresh raspberries were a nice touch. Small drink for the price, but it does include high-end liqueur, so it's a worthy splurge.
The Sidecar was another excellent decision. Strong, citrusy with a hint of tart - just like an old-fashioned drink should be. Same small size as the other, but considering the expensive ingredients here (Courvoisier & Cointreau) it's a decent deal.
If after ordering your drinks they don't give you the assorted nuts, ask for them. They are there, but we think if the servers are too busy they skip it.
After a night at the Magic Kingdom, we decided to make a stop over at Mizner's for a drink and some appetizers. Arriving just past 10pm, the bar was rather empty. For drinks, we ordered the Sidecar again and the Grand Cocktail. The Grand Cocktail has a very strong pomegranate/cranberry flavor. Very sweet, yet tart. Lounge Fare is available from 5:30-10pm and even though it was a few minutes past 10, they said they'd make our appetizers.
We ordered the Warm Goat Cheese - Marinated olives and herbed crostini - $8
The warm, soft cheese is a light, creamy consistency with a salty aftertaste. A very decadent, rich appetizer. The contrast of the tart olives complemented the cheese nicely.
We noticed that one of our favorite items from Food & Wine this year has been available on their menu. The Charcuterie - Thinly-sliced Duck breast, Breasaola, Prosciutto di Parma and Serrano ham with Pecorino Romano cheese, Marcona Spanish Almonds and Olive Bread - $14
This is just a larger version of what was served at Food & Wine, with a different bread and almonds. I'm glad we ordered both appetizers because these meats go very well with the goat cheese. The platter has a decent amount of food to share between two people. We left pleasently full - just the right amount for a late-night snack.