OK, I promised you on Saturday that I’d have a full, extensive review of the new BoardWalk Bakery for you soon…and here it is!!
Last Friday, I was up bright and early to be first in line for the grand re-opening of the brand new BoardWalk Bakery at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn! And while I wasn’t FIRST in line, I came pretty close.
Long a fan favorite, this tiny bakery needed a major overhaul in the space department, and we couldn’t wait to see what Imagineers had dreamed up.
We’ll start with atmosphere pics and lead into the goodies. If you want to dive right into the super sugary part, scroll to the bottom section called “What Did I Pick?”
When looking for the BoardWalk Bakery, head down the steps from the hotel’s main lobby to the BoardWalk, and you can’t miss it.
Sign Leading Down to the BoardWalk
I wasn’t disappointed to see that the bakery had tripled in size. This place really needed to be larger!
The NEW Boardwalk Bakery -- three times the size of the old one!
You can see that there are now two entrances to the bakery — one for those queuing up for food, and one for BoardWalk Inn and Villas guests who just need to refill their resort mugs. A great system!
Mug Filling Station Has a Separate Entrance from Bakery Queue
And, of course, Hue G. Krazont is still the proprietor.
Bakery's Windows and Proprietor's Name
Time to head inside!! Guests who were there first thing received these snazzy celebration buttons. (Okay, they’re the regular celebration buttons with handwriting. But still.)
Celebration Buttons to Mark the Grand Re-Opening!
We are ecstatic to see a lot more room inside the bakery, even though most of it is reserved for the actual queue line.
The classy red walls and checkerboard floor along with wrought iron, brass, and dark wood accents give this spot a been-there-forever kind of classic feel. The schoolhouse lighting is another fun addition!
Note, however, that the display cases have multiplied by about four! They’re not kidding around with the focal point here!
Bakery Display Cases and New Queue Setup
If you do find yourself in that long queue line, at least the large windows make people watching on the BoardWalk an easy sport.
Looking Out from the Inside Onto the BoardWalk
Soon you’ll get up to the bakery and dessert cases to make your selections. We’ve got LOTS more pics of these in our “Eats” Section of this review…so scroll down for the goodies!
Assorted Pastries in the Bakery Case
After you’ve made your selections and check out, it’s time to Continue reading →