Disney California Adventure gets new liquor licenseby Leah Zanolla
Jul 8, 2010
Guests may soon be seeing more alcohol available at Disney California Adventure. California has loosened the restrictions on the park's liquor license, allowing them to set up temporary kiosks at events without having to get permission each time from the Alcoholic Beverage Control. Disneyland spokeswoman Suzi Brown says the new license will give the resort options when holding festivals or events. "It just provides us with more flexibility. It allows us to be able to do things as opportunities arise." This license also gives Disney permission to add permanent bars to the area, as long as they submit an updated map of the park to the state.
Disney California Adventure currently offers alcohol in several of their restaurants. At Disneyland Park, alcohol is only available at Club 33 and private events.
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