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This new Vegas pizzeria is an ode to the famous stuntman, complete with motorcycle beer receptacles and rattlesnake pizza

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Be brave like the famous stuntman and try rattlesnake pizza.

Las Vegas is home to glamor, gambling, galivanting, and, of course, kitschy themed restaurants. The latest quirky eatery to join the Strip is Evel Pie — an Evel-Knievel-themed pizzeria where you can drink beer out of a motorcycle helmet and chow down on rattlesnake sausage pie.

The eatery, where the motto is “Live hard, ride fast, eat pizza,” pays homage to the late great stunt rider with memorabilia, a customized virtual motorcycle ride, and an Evel Knievel pinball machine. The walls are covered in Schwinn Stingray bicycles, skateboards, and a bronze statue of Knievel, according to local TV station DTLV.

Knievel was known for his wild stunts; he one time found himself in a Las Vegas hospital after attempting to make a much-publicized jump across the Caesars Palace fountains in 1967.

Many of the pies feature traditional ingredients, however, the aforementioned rattlesnake pizza, the World Famous Snake River Special, is topped with rattlesnake jalapeño sausage, onions, bell peppers, and garlic, according to The Los Angeles Times.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


Drink Around the World Showcase – Norway Pavilion

Skol! Any Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) experience at Epcot isn’t complete without a trip to the Norway pavilion . Your drink choices at this location will determine your DAWS status. Watch out for the shots of aquavit (i.e. vodka) here. Those will get you chock full-o-nuts in no time flat!

Norway doesn’t have a ton of variety in terms of drinks, but those that are there will certainly pack a punch. For a beer or a shot of aquavit, check out the drink cart near the front of the pavilion. The beer served here is Carlsberg (a Danish beer) and Bud Light—neither particularly authentic. But then, do Vikings really care what kind of beer they are drinking?! If you want something to commemorate the experience, you can get beer in a souvenir mug. Other drinks at this stand include: Linie Aquavit Glacier Shots, Wine by the glass, and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The only snack options here are chips, which are a great accompaniment to a cold beer.

For additional beverages and a larger variety of snacks, check out Kringla Bakeri og Cafe. This little gem has some Disney food favorites like troll horns, the ever popular School Bread, and Verdens Beste (a rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping). This last delicious treat will count as double points because it contains both food and alcohol. Even if you decide not to imbibe in any alcoholic beverages in Norway, you simply must make Norway a stop on your DAWS experience for the pastries alone. In the winter time, enjoy Bailey’s and Coffee or a Viking Coffee (flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Bailey’s Irish Cream). They go perfectly with the sweet treats. In the Florida summers stick with beer or wine. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, you can get a variety of sandwiches. The Norwegian Club with Jarlsberg cheese is a sure winner.

For a table service location, you can check out Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, but be warned, this is a character meal. This restaurant is best enjoyed by families and certainly makes for a great place to get together as a group. It features many traditional smorgasbord items like Norwegian meatballs, salmon and rice cream. The same beverages served at the drink cart and Kringla Bakeri og Cafe are served here as well. If you’re looking for a traditional DAWS experience, skip this restaurant and check out the drink cart or quick service location for your best options.

And don’t forget to have some fun in the Puffin’s Roost, the shop located in the Norway pavilion. Not only can you find bottles of aquavit to take home, but you can also score some Viking helmets that will make for a great DAWS souvenir! And don’t forget to ride Maelstrom. You’ll be a true Viking before you know it!

In case you missed my last article check it out here.

When Sarah isn’t sharing planning tips about the Walt Disney World Resort, you can find her at the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW where she writes dining reviews and shares tips and tricks about dining at Disney with a special diet.


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