This new Walk Up Bar appeared this summer at Hollywood Studios.
Oddly when it opened it stole the name of the existing location right to the left, which changed its name to Epic Eats.
The Oasis Canteen is a walk up, window service bar by Echo Lake in front of the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular.
The Lost Jewel – Absolute Citron Vodka, Blue Curacao, and Sweet-and-Sour served with a souvenir Glow Cube – $15.50
Snake Alley – Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Creme de Banana, Mellon Liqueur, Sweet-and-Sour and Pineapple Juice – $10.50
Lost Island – Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Bacardi Superior Rum, Hendrick’s Gin, Triple Sec, Sweet-and-Sour, Sprite, and Wild Berry served with a souvenir Glow Cube – $16.50
Your favorite mixed drink options are also available.
Assorted Beers – $8.50 – $10.50
Canned Wines ??? (see the pic)
This is a convenient spot to hit prior to the Indiana Jones show for drinks with names inspired by the movies.
Open 11:00 am to 9 p.m.
Unfortunately there are no Disney Discounts that are available at the Oasis Canteen.
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Note: Disney is always innovating with their menus and as such our listings are subject to change in availability and price.
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This is truly uninspired drinking at Hollywood Studios. We had a few minutes to kill waiting on Frozen sing-along fast passes, so the wife and I grabbed a couple beverages from here to pass the time. She had the Snake Alley, and I grabbed a Kona lager. The cocktail menu seemed like a rush job to me, and not really enough variety on the types of base liquors - mainly rum or vodka. Would it be so challenging to have some margarita variation? Perhaps a bourbon-based option? There's also a distinct lack of 'theme' to this place - about as bare-bones as it get, to the point that it almost looks sad. You expect more at this place - and an oasis them wouldn't be hard to imagine up - just copy the African Outpost at Epcot for instance. I get it - they probably just threw this together quickly to get something out there, but I think a little more effort could have helped. Hollywood Studios already has a dearth of drinking options. Pretty much Baseline is all it has going. (And I put Oga's in a different category as you can't really just pop in unannounced there and enjoy something). The Oasis is a good spot for something, and there is plenty of space to work with, so let's go back to the drawing board and make this someplace you want to go.
Not sure why this location was split off and stole the name of Epic Eats, except to offer an more extensive drink menu. Just another Pop-Up Bar.