New Starbucks Location for Magic Kingdom & Epcot

As the Walt Disney World Resort had announced some time ago, Starbucks is slowly making its way into the Disney Theme Parks in the United States. The first Starbucks to open was at Disney California Adventure. Finally, the official Disney Parks Blog just announced the first two new location that will open in Florida:

Starbucks Locations at Magic Kingdom, Epcot Set to Open Next Year

As we announced earlier this year, six Starbucks locations are planned at Disney Parks in Florida and California. In June, the first Starbucks location opened at Disney California Adventure park in the Fiddler, Fifer and Practical Café and is already a guest favorite. Today, we’re excited to share that the first two Walt Disney World Resort locations will open next year, one at Magic Kingdom Park and one at Epcot.

At Magic Kingdom Park, Main Street Bakery will close for refurbishment in January 2013 and reopen as a Starbucks location in early summer. At Epcot, Fountain View will close in March 2013 and reopen as a Starbucks location in midsummer.

Both locations will be designed to fit the theme of their surroundings. At Magic Kingdom Park, for example, cast members will wear a costume consistent with the early 20th century look and feel of Main Street, U.S.A. At Future World in Epcot, the new Starbucks location and cast member costumes will be designed to match the park’s futuristic theme.

The Starbucks locations at Magic Kingdom Park and Epcot will both offer the full complement of Starbucks® signature beverages, artisan breakfast sandwiches and a wide selection of baked goods, including muffins, scones and specialty treats.

We are a bit sad that we are going to lose the Main Street Bakery and the Fountain View Ice Cream Parlor, as those are/were two very popular locations (we also love the background music of Fountain View).

Anyway, as a reminder, two other locations (yet to be announced) will soon also open at Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. Disneyland Park in California will also receive one.


  1. Good morning! We won't be losing these locations, rather they will be enhanced with Starbucks. I have been to DCA and I was impressed with how well Starbucks blended in with the location environment. If done right, this should be a good change.

  2. You can't get rid of the bakery! I hope it doesn't disappear.

  3. what will happen to all the main street bakery food? are they going to keep the baked goods or get rid of them?


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