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Way-Out & Mad T-Cups at Mad T Party in Disney California Adventure Park

posted on July 18th, 2012 by Pam Brandon, Disney Parks Food Writer


We recently journeyed down the Rabbit Hole to the Mad T Party at Disney California Adventure park, an energetic wonderland where we danced (most of) the night away, with the Mad Hatter and Alice on vocals. Eye candy abounds in this outdoor entertainment zone, with crazy costumes, dancing flamingos, hot-pink plastic chairs and lots of neon.

But we must admit, we thoroughly enjoyed just watching the crowd, especially the Hottest Deck in Town dancers, while we sipped a Croquetini (their version of a lemon drop martini) and a Long Island Iced T Party in the adjacent House of Cards Lounge.
Beverages Available at Mad T Party in Disney California Adventure Park

The light-up souvenir cups for non-alcoholic drinks are a blast – from a 16-ounce Mad Hatter Hat ($7.19) to a 32-ounce Wiggly Yard ($7.59) and a 32-ounce Mad T Party Sipper ($7.59). And the flavors are as vibrant as the backdrop, like Hatter’s Mandarin Fury (mandarin orange), Tweedle Blue (cotton candy), Jabberwocky Juice (Granny Smith apple) and Cheshire Chiller (desert pear).

The Mad T Party begins about sunset and continues until the park closes each evening. Check the park entertainment schedule for the latest schedule information.

Do you have a favorite drink at the Mad T Party?

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3 Comments

1

Jennifer from PA on July 21st, 2012 at 6:21 pm

will any of these be available online to purchase? the 16oz hat needs to be in my cupboard!

2

Gianna on July 22nd, 2012 at 5:31 pm

Thank you for posting details about what drink choices comes with these and the prices. This helps with my budget because I definitely want that hat cup!

3

Kim from CA on July 30th, 2012 at 5:52 pm

Are these refillable? If so, what is the refill price?

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