A new margarita spot is coming to Epcot's Mexico Pavilion


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There will soon be a new place at Epcot to get buzzed.

Disney announced today they're opening Choza de Margarita, a new walk-up window with authentic Mexican beverages and street fare. No exact date was set for the opening.

The outdoor bar, which sits in the shadows of the iconic Mexico pyramid, will serve three frozen margaritas in lime, strawberry and passionfruit-mango varieties.
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Grapefruit, lime-cucumber and pink peppercorn-guava flavored margaritas will be offered as well.

Additional drinks include three different Mexican beers and a non-alcoholic Mexican fruit punch with orange, pineapple and grapefruit juices and a splash of grenadine.
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Besides drinks, small bites like beef empanadas topped with chipotle sauce, Mexican cream and queso fresco, are also on the menu.

The new spot will also serve up fresh guacamole with mango chutney, pumpkin and pomegranate seeds, served with fried flour chicharrones and salsa Valentina, an authentic Mexican hot sauce.

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