Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Interactive poll - Do you think alcohol should be sold at the Disney parks?



Don't just answer the poll! Leave a comment here on the blog and tell us what you think! We'll read the responses on the next show.

6 comments:

BJ Wanlund said...

Let me put it this way: I don't want to see Disney selling alcohol at the Magic Kingdom, Disneyland, and any of Disney's parks that use Disneyland as its model.

Jeffrey Smith said...

Disney Parks are for adults, too. Serving wine or beer with a good diner is perfectly fine. It's not as if people are going to be staggering down Main Street drinking out of paper bags. Alcohol is a part of everyday life in many countries, why must we label it as dirty or evil in the US?

Drebe73 said...

I think it is perfectly fine to continue to serve alcohol at World Showcase at Epcot as they do now. Especially during the later hours. I wouldn't even mind if they made it available after a certain time, when most families with small children will be at MK or back at their hotel. I can tell you first hand that is really enjoyable to have a cocktail during magic hours at Epcot when it's open till 1am. Hardly any kids and walk-on attractions. It somewhat fulfills my dream of an adults only day at WDW.

Dan Kyder said...

Works fine in Disneyland Paris!

Here's a better compromise- ban people too young to drink. Nobody left to offend

Jeff ("Peabody") said...

My boys and I average a visit to a Disney park about once a week and in 4 years I've never seen a single "problem" that was alcohol related. I'm sure it does happen, but greatly outweighed in Disney's eyes by all the profit!!

Want to see heavy mass drinking and theme parks? Go to Haloweeen horror nights! Holy crap I've never seen so much booze in my life. From the full liquor bar erected every 50 feet in the park to the hordes or slutty zombie nurses patrolling the queues selling I.V. Bags of red jello shots the place is flowing with alcohol. Now, there are real cops EVERYWHERE in the park and I've never seen anyone out of hand. Again....I suspect a massive percent of profits come from the drinks!


So....no problem in my eyes...

John D said...

Why not serve it at the restaurants and even in a lounge at MK? It works just fine at the other parks. It's not going to be in a centralized area like the WS at Epcot, so you won't have people spending all of their time drinking like you do out there.






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