Vote of the week: Alcohol in theme parks?
Written by Robert Niles
When Disneyland opened, Walt insisted the park not serve alcohol. And to this day the park does not (with the exception of the private Club 33). Nor does Disney World's Magic Kingdom.Tweet
But plenty of other theme parks do serve alcohol, from wine in restaurants to beer on street carts.
So here's the vote of the week:
In the comments, explain your answer. If you support alcohol sales in certain situations and not others, explain those. Thanks again!
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