You have a few options for drinks here. You can do the Potion Experience (where you can make the drinks yourself witchy style), regular table reservation (you'll order drinks), or you can sit at the bar.
We got there ten minutes before our reservation, but didn't actually sit and start until about 30 minutes after. It was a bit confusing know where to wait, and what to do once you sit down. Before the reservation is called, one person in every group gets to choose the wand for the experience.
When your reservation is called (we did the Potion Experience), you are guided into this large room and sat down at a long table that's shared with other people. You're given a paper packet that has instructions on how to make each drink. Before making the drinks, you're brought back up and guided into another room where you get your "intro" drink and then brought back into the potion-making room. You're guided by a "professor" who gives you hints and advice on making the drinks.
The drink making experience is fun, but it's so rushed, and the staff were constantly running around trying to fulfill requests. The experience is supposed to be 1 hour and 45 mins, but it ends up being around an hour. You can definitely go at your own pace, but the room is super loud, people are running around, and it's hectic. It's not really a place to relax and enjoy the drink you just made--you kind of want to finish sooner than later.
It would be nice if it was a bit quieter in the potion making room, or allow less people in there at once. It was chaos.