The Geyser Point "Lounge" menu is printed on paper, and on some of the monitors that are above the bar area.
Walking up to the Geyser Point Bar and Grill "Lounge" at the Wilderness Lodge Resort.
The Featured Cocktail menu at Geyser Point (spring 2017).
The Cascadia Sangria Cocktail is one of the featured cocktails at the Geyser Point Bar and Grill Lounge (which means it's unique to this location).
There are no pre-mixed juice dispensers here. All the cocktails are handcrafted and made to order.
It's fun to watch the Columbia Crest H3 Merlot work it's way down through the Cascadia Sangria Cocktail. A little sunset right in your glass.
There's even a drunk orange slice.
The Cascadia Sangria Cocktail includes Zodiac Black Cherry Vodka, fresh Lime and Orange Juice and is topped with Columbia Crest H3 Merlot.
The Handcrafted Charcuterie board from Geyser Point Bar and Grill Lounge.
Components of the Charcuterie include two meats an Herbed Salumi (front) and Berkshire Prosciutto (behind).
A cute little mason jar full of Duck Rilette (which we suspect is the same Duck Rilette from Artist Point).
Charred Sourdough Loaf from the Geyser Point Charcuterie.
In the middle of the Charcuterie board is an amazing shaved Parmesan and Arugula mix, along with a couple of Cornichons pickles.
The main entrance for the Geyser Point Bar & Grill. The "geyser" would be directly behind us in this photo. The main Wilderness Resort building would be to the right.
Looking at the Geyser Point "lounge" area from the waterside.
The Geyser Point Bar and Grill is quite large by Disney "lounge" standards. The space is intended to be shared with the nearby "counter service" window from 11am until midnight.
There really are no bad views at Geyser Point. These tables are on the far end of the waterway, but there's still a pretty decent view of the surroundings.
There are tables at the ends of the location that can accommodate groups of eight (as long as you don't mind "love" seats that are intended as seating for two).
The actual "bar" at the Geyser Point Bar and Grill has "high-chair" type of seating on three sides (and even a lower table at one end to accommodate a party with a wheelchair).
There are larger tables at either end of the main lounge area.
A look at the Geyser Point Lounge from the waterway.
Another view of the main bar area from just outside the actual location.
These cool chairs are great for lounging. The tables are a little low if you're trying to "dine" on something though. It is a "lounge" after all.
Nailed it! (I don't know... it's a Geyser Point nail, it was there... so I took a picture of it.)
The main entrance to the Geyser Point Bar and Grill Lounge at night.
Looking back at the Geyser Point Bar and Grill Lounge.
A quick look back at the Geyser Point Lounge. This photo was taken right about where the "hot tub" is in the pool area (for those of you that really know the resort layout).