Make Epcot your one-stop party shop
Though you may remember it as offering fresh heaps of edu-tainment, Epcot is the secret raging party you never knew was happening. La Cava del Tequila, located inside Epcot's Mexico Pavilion, is where bachelorette parties and crazy 20-somethings go to sip on avocado margaritas, eat guacamole, and knock back 200 different kinds of tequila. The bar at Spice Road Table within the Morocco Pavilion can also get poppin', and once the live music begins and the Guinness starts flowing at Rose & Crown Pub in Epcot's UK, all bets are off.
Want something a little more tame but with equally as few tots? Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar serves up fancy meats, delicious cheeses, and hundreds of wines, meaning no kid will ever look forward to dining there. (You know what? You should just do our entire around-the-world Epcot bar crawl.)
Visit the parks during special events
Save for Halloween and Christmas, any time you have to pony up for an additional ticket guarantees there'll be fewer families. Adults specifically come to town for the Epcot Food and Wine Festival, where the beverage seminars and culinary demonstrations are likely to be low on little ones (really just those trying to get a leg up on the MasterChef Junior auditions, right?), and the free-flowing libations near the World Showcase at least make it worth sharing the space with them.
Disney Parks also recently introduced Disney After Hours dates thru May (different from the aforementioned Extra Hours), which grant a minuscule number of guests access to a closed Magic Kingdom for three hours for $149 a head. Supposedly, it feels like a ghost town in there -- no lines! No waits! -- so if you want to ride the kid-beloved Seven Dwarfs Mine Train without seeing a single underage soul, this is the only way to do it.