Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival Underway at Downtown Disney


The “Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival” is underway at Downtown Disney and runs through March 17th. While Raglan Road is always a popular place to celebrate this time of year, and they feature several of their own events, other locations at Downtown Disney are “going green” as well.  Here’s a quick look at what they have to offer:

Paradiso 37Take a trip to the end of the rainbow where you can try out popular treats and Irish cocktails, like the large-and-in-charge specialty beverage known as The Giant Leprechaun.

Planet Hollywood: Add some glitz and glamour to St. Patrick’s Day at Planet Hollywood, where you can find food options like Irish egg rolls and festive libations including The Crazy Leprechaun, Planet Shamrock Jell-O Shots and the non-alcoholic Young Lad Irish Sour Apple.

Bongos: Groove to the beat of a different drum with seasonal items from this favorite Cuban café, with Havana-inspired offerings you won’t find elsewhere such as the Cuban Leprechaun Mojito.

Portobello:  Relish in Italian flavors at Portobello where you can enjoy a Fiddler’s Dream—mixed with Jameson honey simple syrup, Fever Tree ginger beer and a splash of lemonade.

Fulton’s Crab House: Sail into this seaside port to discover a St. Patrick’s Day specialty drink known as Limey Leprechaun, which includes Cuervo Gold, Midori, pineapple juice, sour mix and ice.

Wolfgang Puck Cafe: Waltz by Wolfgang Puck Café where the staff is kicking off the festivities with Shamrock Martinis, mixed with Midori, green crème de mint, ice cream and a chocolate swirl!

Forty Thirst Street: For a quick pick-me-up with just a hint a fun, drop inside this popular stop where you can fill up your mug with delicious Irish Cream Coffee.

Other festival features include live musical performances, special merchandise, and a family fun zone sponsored by Disney’s Muppets Most Wanted.  For more information, click here.

If you make it by the festival, send us a pic of what you’re drinking to @drinkingdisney on Twitter.


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