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AbracadaBar puts Disney BoardWalk-ers under its speakeasy spell



Essay question: Why should I drink here? The dapper, clandestine middle child between Trattoria al Forna and the Flying Fish, AbracadaBar puts Disney BoardWalk-ers under its speakeasy spell. This Buena Vista hideaway treats guests to delectable cocktails, a smattering of magical memorabilia and private booths-slash-countertops fit for your inner flapper.

Short answer/multiple choice:

After work or after hours?After hours.

Beer/wine or liquor too?Savor every sip of every alcohol!

Check all that apply:
☒ fancy cocktails
☐ make 'em strong and keep 'em coming
☒ wine list (5 choices or more)
☒ craft beer
☒ beer: the usual suspects
☐ wide selection of bottles/cans (more than 15)
☐ wide selection on tap (more than 15)

Food served? Y ☒ N ☐ All the olives, cheese, meat and fruit you can eat.

Smoking allowed inside? <Y ☐ N ☒

Outside drinking? Y ☐ N ☒

Dog-friendly? Y ☐ N ☒

Bag hooks? Y ☒ N ☐

Bathrooms: nightmare or not bad? It’s Disney, there are no nightmares.

TVs? Y ☐ N ☒

DJs? Y ☐ N ☒
Live music Y ☐ N ☒

Loud music or background music?Background. That sitar sitting in the corner is finally getting the love it deserves.

A few songs we heard: “You Will Be Loved” by Bob Marley; “Don’t Tread on Me” by 311

Games? Check all that apply:
☐ pinball
☐ video
☐ pool
☐ darts
☐ other: air hockey


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