Disney’s The Magic Kingdom To Serve Wine And Beer

Written by DeShawn McQueen on Friday, 14 September 2012. Posted in Breaking News, Alcohol

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The Walt Disney Company, after more than 40 years has decided to serve alcohol at one of its four theme parks in Florida.

Bored parents following their energetic little toddlers and children of any age will soon be able to complete the day with a glass of wine or even a beer.

According to a press release by the Walt Disney Corporation, Disney’s The Magic Kingdom will be serving wine and beer during dinner, at their Beauty and the Beast themed restaurant, “Be Our Guest” before the end of the year.

The Walt Disney Corporation opened the first of its four Florida theme parks on October 1, 1971, nearly 41 years ago, and as mentioned above this will be the first time that alcohol of any type will be served.

Alcohol will only be served in the restaurant and will not be allowed on any of the park grounds. Therefore, visitors will not be allowed to bring in alcohol to what has been described as the happiest place on earth.

Looks like the times are certainly changing when alcohol is served at a theme park geared toward children.

Apparently the Walt Disney Corporation found that based on customer suggestions alcohol should be served.

Let us know what you think. Should alcohol be served at the Disney World’s The Magic Kingdom?

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Original Article URL: msn.com

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DeShawn McQueen

DeShawn McQueen

DeShawn McQueen is a staff writer at Recovery Now Newspaper and Recoverynowtv.com, an informative newspaper that serves as a resource for persons of all stages of drug and alcohol treatment, by giving them access to relevant and necessary information so that they may live balanced and substance-free lifestyles. DeShawn graduated from Wayne State University with Bachelor of Science degrees in psychology and premedical sciences. He holds a Juris Doctors degree in law from Valparaiso University School of Law. DeShawn’s writing and research has been published in such academic journals as Behavioral Pharmacology and Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior among others. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

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