Disney’s BoardWalk is a magical little spot, especially at night. Full of nooks and crannies and little entertainment spots (under normal circumstances) the resort is a favorite among Disney fans. Adding to the magic is a little spot appropriately called AbracadaBar. The entire bar area is themed to magic and magicians of the 1940’s. There is an extensive cocktail menu and full bar, and a tiny bar food menu too. Lucky for us, 2 of those 3 menu items can be modified to become vegan. One of those is the Margherita Flatbread. Normally served with mozzarella, the kitchen recently added vegan ricotta, which really makes this flatbread worth a try.
Let’s settle in to AbracadaBar…
Head down the stairs to the BoardWalk…Showplace of the Shore!
Nestled between Trattoria al Forno and Flying Fish Cafe, where Seashore Sweets once stood, you’ll find AbracadaBar
Inside, the decor is warm and inviting. Optical illusion flooring, shimmering wallpaper, and lighting bring it all together.
There are several different types of seating, from low banquets to high-tops, to comfy Victorian couches, to the regular bar seating.
Social distancing is in place with lots of space and QR code menus.
I expected these posters to do something, and maybe they initially were supposed to, but they never did. They are still beautifully detailed, and contribute to the story of the bar.
Be sure to poke around and look for the framed newspaper, which will give you more insight to the backstory of AbracadaBar.
You’ll see this “Stage Door” theme throughout the AbracadaBar and into the rest rooms, where you may hear applause. Now let’s get to that vegan flatbread!
Vegan Margherita Flatbread
Previously, you had to omit the mozzarella on this flatbread. Now, simply let your server know you want the Margherita Flatbread to be made vegan.
You’ll receive a delicious freshly made flatbread on a rustic crust with fresh tomatoes, creamy vegan ricotta cheese, and basil leaves. The Margherita Flatbread is $19.
I’ve been eating a lot of vegan Disney pizza lately, and this one may be my favorite. The vegan ricotta is so creamy, it’s hard to imagine anyone wanting it made non-vegan!
This is more than enough to have as an entree on your own, or share with friends if you head here for drinks. With two people, we ate the fries and half a flatbread, and took the rest home.
Speaking of fries, that’s the other item you can modify here at AbracadaBar.
Vegan Abra Fries
The Abra Fries normally come with a Meyer lemon aioli, truffle oil, and parmesan cheese. Omit the cheese and aioli and you still have some pretty tasty fries. They were crisp and full of truffle-y flavor. The Abra Fries are $11.
While you’re here, be sure to check out the very extensive specialty cocktails and full bar. The bartenders are very passionate about their creations and will gladly suggest something as well.
We tried the Sazarac (VERY strong but good) and the Magic Mirror (very sweet!).
Some Dining Option Notes:
Outdoor seating is available, however, there is currently no service, you must order inside at the bar. Additionally, some people were getting dinner served from Trattoria al Forno. Good to know that’s an option if you prefer it.
To recap, the atmosphere, food, and drink options make AbracadaBar worth a stop to check out.
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