What better way to start a day at Disney than with a hot or cold (depending on your preference) coffee? If you’re a slight coffee snob, then you’ll be pleased to know that each of the Disney parks boasts Starbucks locations where you can purchase all your favourite coffee concoctions and the Instagram-worthy pink drink.
And to save yourself some hassle, I’ve put together a list of all the Starbucks locations in the Disney parks so you can pick up your caffeine fix as soon as your Disney day begins. This guide covers where to find Starbucks at Disney, what the seating options are, additional Disney treats and more.
All of the Starbucks locations at Walt Disney World will take credit cards, cash and you can also use your MagicBand or Disney or Starbucks gift cards for payment too.
Is There a Starbucks in Magic Kingdom Disney World?
The Starbucks venue in Magic Kingdom, the Main Street Bakery, is thankfully only halfway down Main Street, U.S.A as soon as you walk into the park.
Main Street Bakery is so much more than a Starbucks. Along with your favourite Starbucks drinks, you can also purchase a selection of breakfast sandwiches, and Disney treats such as:
- Sausage, cheddar, and egg sandwich
- Ham and Swiss croissant
- Chocolate hazelnut bear claw
- Mickey cinnamon roll
- Lime-frosted coconut bar
Unfortunately, your coffee and sweet treats will have to be taken on the go with you as the Main Street Bakery removed its seating to enhance the cafe’s indoor space. It’s a popular spot, especially first thing in the morning for breakfast.
To avoid the crowds, visit after regular breakfast hours are over. It is open before other areas of the park and rope drop but again this is one of the peak times.
Opening hours: 8:30 AM to 11:30 PM
Is There a Starbucks in EPCOT?
You can find Epcot’s Starbucks venue in the World Celebration section of the park. As you enter Epcot, head to the left-hand side of the Spaceship Earth Geosphere, and on your right will be the Connections Cafe.
The menu at the Epcot Starbucks venue is slightly smaller than the one at Magic Kingdom, and although you can still purchase a selection of breakfast sandwiches, the Disney treats are fairly limited to only four options: sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies, Liege waffles, and assorted pastries.
Something that does trump the Main Street Bakery Starbucks location, however, is the fact that the Connections Cafe has adequate indoor and outdoor seating. If you want to have a five-minute sit-down and enjoy a Starbucks Refresher, then you totally can, and you’ll more than likely have no trouble finding a table.
Opening hours: 8:30 AM to 9 PM
Is There a Starbucks in Hollywood Studios?
At the end of Sunset Boulevard, as you walk into Hollywood Studios, you’ll conveniently find the park’s Starbucks venue, The Trolley Car Cafe.
Inside the Trolley Car Cafe, you can pick up your usual Starbucks order, and if you’re feeling peckish, you can also purchase a breakfast sandwich or a Disney treat. Some of my favourites on the Trolley Car Cafe menu include:
- Slow roasted ham, Swiss and egg croissant
- Bacon, gouda, and egg sandwich
- Spinach, feta, and egg white breakfast wrap
- Glimmer and shimmer pineapple mousse
- Chocolate covered apple
- Carrot cake cookie (one of the most popular snacks in Hollywood Studios)
Unfortunately, like Main Street Bakery, the Trolley Car Cafe doesn’t offer any seating, so it’ll have to be a grab-and-go option that you can enjoy on a leisurely stroll through the park.
Opening hours: 8 AM to 8 PM
Is There a Starbucks in Animal Kingdom?
The Starbucks location in Animal Kingdom is a bit more of a walk from the entrance than the other Disney Starbucks venues, but for a caffeine fix, it is well worth it in the end.
You can find the store, Creature Comforts, in Discovery Island to the left-hand side of the Tree of Life. To get there from the entrance, you’ll need to walk through Oasis and turn left at the end. From there, walk straight until you reach the last building before heading over the bridge into Africa.
The coffee and breakfast sandwich selection remains the same in Animal Kingdom as in the other parks, but its Disney treats are slightly different as the menu includes the following:
- Mickey colossal cinnamon roll
- Mickey mousse dome
- Anniversary celebration cupcake (available only for the 50th celebration)
- Assorted pastries
There are only a few small tables outside of Creature Comforts, so if you’re lucky, you may be able to snag one, but if the tables are already taken, then I highly suggest taking your Starbucks and walking along the winding paths to the Tree of Life.
Opening hours: 7:30 AM to 8 PM
Is There a Starbucks in Disney Springs?
If you decided to spend the day at Disney Springs, then you’ll be happy to know that there are actually two Starbucks locations at either end of the Springs.
The first is the West Side section of Disney Springs directly in front of the Aerophile – The World Leader of Balloon Flight. As these locations are slightly bigger than those in the parks, they offer a large menu, including a huge selection of pastries and treats, breakfast sandwiches, lunch paninis, and even protein boxes.
And finally, the second Disney Springs Starbucks location is in the Marketplace area of the shopping district. The Starbucks at Disney Springs Marketplace has the exact same menu as the West Side, so you can expect to find sandwiches, paninis, and pastries along with your regular Starbucks orders.
Opening hours: 9 AM to 10 PM
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