In June, we reported that the Intermission Food Court at Disney’s All Star Music Resort would be undergoing a major refurbishment from August 1 to December 20, 2014. Well, time sure flies, and the renovation is underway!
Guests staying at All Star Music have a few options available to meet their dining needs. Full access to End Zone Food Court at All Star Sports and World Premiere Food Court at All Star Movies will be available (as always) with the addition of dedicated bus transportation to either location.
For the duration of the refurbishment, Note’able Games Arcade has been changed to Note’able Grab ‘n Go.
The name says it all… this is your All Star Music stop for grab and go snacks, beverages, and meals. There is a small table seating area upon entry, in front of a section reserved for carrying trays, plastic ware, toasters, and a microwave.
Chips, fruits, and cereals are housed next to a huge array of refrigerated beverages.
It was nice to see a full stand dedicated to Special Dietary Treats such as OMG It’s Gluten-Free Brownies and allergen free Soft Baked Cookies.
The baked goods we’re used to seeing such as croissants, muffins, cinnamon rolls, brownies, cookies, and pastries are all accounted for, with the key difference being that they are individually packaged.
Many of these packages include ingredient lists (not typically available in their usual setting).
Refrigerated food items include cold fruits and veggie packages, as well as sandwiches and salads to make a fuller meal (below are just a few examples).
Refillable Resort Mugs are available at this location.
Guests can receive their soda refills at this beverage station, where a Cast Member will assist (coffee and hot cocoa remain self-serve).
So, that’s a quick tour of what’s going on as we await Intermission Food Court’s reopening toward the end of the year! Those keeping up with All Star news may have noticed that the dates for this refurbishment almost exactly echo those of the renovation of All Star Sports End Zone Food Court that took place last year. The change was quite remarkable, resulting in a very different look as well as several new dining options and stations, taking several cues from some of the options that have met with so much success at the Art of Animation’s Landscape of Flavors.
While we have no idea what Intermission’s renovated space will look like, I’m guessing we all have to prepare ourselves to say goodbye to this guy…
… as we look forward to what’s to come!
Are you looking forward to a newly renovated Intermission Food Court? Let us know in the comments below!