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First Look! Starbucks Opens at Epcot’s Fountain View Cafe

Last year, we shared the announcement that Epcot’s Fountain View Cafe in Walt Disney World would become a Starbucks location. This Future World location that was popular for ice cream treats joins the Main Street Bakery in the Magic Kingdom as a counter service retreat for coffee lovers.

Today, we have a FIRST LOOK of the new Fountain View Cafe doing business as a Starbucks!

Fountain View Exterior with Starbucks signage.

Fountain View Cafe Starbucks Atmosphere

Follow the walkway up into the new, futuristic Starbucks!

Walkway and fountains.

Guests will see Epcot’s iconic Spaceship Earth reflected in the window with Starbucks logo.

Spaceship Earth Reflection!

Starbucks is prominently displayed at the entrances and on the windows of Fountain View.

Entrance.

Doors to Fountain View.

Check out the cool Retro font!

Cool example of retro font.

Once you’re inside, you’ll be able to survey Future World.

View of Spaceship Earth.

…and check out all of the futuristic additions to the cafe!

Ceiling.

Cast Members are all ready to help from the fittings of light woods and frosted glass fixtures.

Cast Members!

Fountain View Cafe Starbucks Menu Items

Let’s take a look at the menu! This location is now serving breakfast sandwiches (check out the Gouda!!).

Breakfast Sandwich Menu.

And other Starbucks classics are available as well. Here’s the full menu!

Menu. Click image for larger version.

Frap Menu!

Beloved pumpkin spice drinks have arrived for the fall season.

Pumpkin Spice!

And guests are welcome to snag some bagged coffee for their hotel room (or for the trip home)!

Starbucks Coffee for sale.

The bakery case features the same types of goodies you’ll find in the Magic Kingdom’s Starbucks — cake pops, scones and breads, cookies, muffins, and cupcakes.

Bakery case.

Yes, there are Disney-specific cupcakes. Check out the Mickey Cupcake or Chocolate Cappuccino Cupcake for $4.19.

Disney cupcakes!

Disney fans can opt for a Sugar Cookie with Mickey sprinkles. Both the sugar cookie and chocolate chip cookie sell for $2.39 OR a Disney Dining Plan snack credit.

Sugar Cookies with Mickey sprinkles!

Watch for our full Fountain View review coming soon!

What are your thoughts on the new Starbucks format at Fountain View? Chime in!

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56 Comments

  1. rose mary casella says:

    does anyone know if the starbucks has the new “blonde roast” coffee?

  2. Glenn says:

    Forget about Edys. Prior to that, we used to go to the Fountain View or the Main Street bakery for breakfast as soon as the park opened. Now that they’ve replaced the fruit, chocolate and cinnamon croissants at the Fountain View and the WDW breakfast items at the Main Street with definitely inferior prepackaged stuff, and no longer have seating at either place, I guess we’ll be eating breakfast at the hotel. Too bad!

    This has nothing to do with Starbucks coffee, although WDW used to have excellent coffee in the early 1980′s. (That disappear sometime in the ’90s). It has everything to do with the relative quality of their food. And again, skip the ill-advised Edys period.

  3. Me2 says:

    I agree with Glenn. We always waited breakfast to eat those yummy cinnamon rolls at Main Street. So sorry they are gone.

  4. Glori says:

    Do they sell any gluten free pastries or is it just like a regular Starbucks with nothing?

  5. Carrie says:

    My family is really disappointed with this change. When we go to disney world we want something different. We can get Starbucks anywhere and honestly when we do it’s a special treat because we go for the sweet stuff. My husband drinks his coffee black and says their coffee is very bitter and strong. This is one place we won’t be visiting unfortunately.

  6. karen says:

    Starbucks will be a welcome addition! The generic lattes formerly available were not great.

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