It’s been a fixture since 1971. Everybody who’s a regular visitor to the park has heard of it and, no doubt sampled its tasty wares at some stage or another over the years. So what has given Main Street Bakery such an enduring presence at one of Disney’s major theme parks?
The bakery has been part of the Starbucks brand since mid-2013. Before that, it had undergone a few different owners and name changes, but one thing has always been constant: the bakery has a penchant for serving up some fine eats and drinks to customers. Let’s take a look at a brief history of Main Street Bakery, its menu, and a little more about the venue.
- Main Street Bakery History
- Main Street Bakery Opening Times
- Main Street Bakery Menu
Main Street Bakery History
The Main Street Bakery has been taking customers’ orders in the Magic Kingdom for over half a century. Main Street Bakery started as the Main Street Bakery and Cookie Shop and then became the Main Street Bake Shop, before adopting its current name in 2001.
Cookies are the snack that built the bakery’s reputation. Even after Starbucks took ownership almost a decade ago, these delightful treats still make up a large portion of the bakery’s sales.
The original owners of Main Street Bakery were Sara Lee before Nestlé assumed control in the guise of Toll House. After renovations that created something of a stir, Starbucks took over Main Street Bakery in 2012. It began offering its famous brand halfway through 2013.
Starbucks had entered into an agreement with Disney. This secured them an outlet at both locations in Disney Springs and venues in the four primary Walt Disney World parks. Besides refurbishing the Main Street Bakery interior to suit the new brand, there were also renovations done to the exterior of the bakery. The bakery is designed around the appearance of a tearoom from the turn of the century.
The Starbucks transformation endured mixed feelings from reviewers and patrons alike. Disney has since worked hard to ensure it runs smoothly and is winning over the vast majority of detractors. The company insisted on certain adjustments, including using an old-style Starbucks emblem to maintain the theme and look of Main Street Bakery.
Starbucks has added many items to the original Main Street menu, but some still feel this has been overkill, moving against the traditional values of Main Street. Still, patrons don’t lose sight of the fact that the coffee is always decent, and the transformation has been good for business on the whole.
Main Street Bakery Opening Times
Main Street Bakery only closes when the Magic Kingdom closes its gates. It is a perfect stop-off place for a fresh wake-up cup of steaming caffeine potion on an early Friday morning. It works just as well for a late afternoon Sunday snack on one of their baked goods to ease out of the weekend on a sugar high.
Whether it means popping in several times daily during the Monday to Friday “working week” to sample its varied selection of cookies or spending a Sunday after party just relaxing and taking in the passing Disney experience, Main Street Bakery is a daily stop that patrons love to make.
Its selection of hot drinks, famous choc-chip cookies, and other baked goods make Main Street Bakery a pleasant place to visit. Where it’s located makes visiting this bakery an integral part of any Magic Kingdom experience for young and old alike.
Main Street Bakery Menu
Starbucks products dominate the Main Street Bakery, which is certainly no surprise. It’s somewhat disappointing, however, that more of Main Street Bakery’s original selection hasn’t survived the change in ownership. When Starbucks took over the rights, a selection of several of Main Street’s original party baked goods and beverages didn’t make the new menu.
The rights change saw several baked goods remain. These include the famous choc-chip cookies that visitors love and always will love. These choc-chip cookies were introduced to the menu during the Toll House period when Nestlé owned the rights to Main Street.
True to form, Starbucks at Main Street Bakery has seasonal menu items that only appear on the menu periodically. We’re listing these menu items and those that are obtainable all year round, with the prices quoted as of December 2022. Prices mentioned are for the Grande size where applicable:
Coffee, espresso, and hot chocolate
- Caffè Latte: $4.69
- Caramel Macchiato: $5.69
- Caffè Mocha: $5.29
- Freshly Brewed Coffee – Decaf or Regular: $3.49
- Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso: $5.99
- Iced Chocolate Almondmilk Shaken Espresso: $5.99
- Iced White Chocolate Mocha: $5.69
- Chocolate Cream Cold Brew: $4.99
- Salted Caramel Cream Cold Brew: $4.99
- Starbucks® Cold Brew: $4.49
- Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew: $4.99
- Caramel Frappuccino®: $5.79
- Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino®: $5.99
- Coffee Frappuccino®: $5.49
- Double Chocolaty Chip Crème Frappuccino®: $5.79
- Mocha Frappuccino®: $5.79
- Strawberry Crème Frappuccino®: $5.79
- Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino®: $5.49
Refreshments and tea
- Lemonade: $4.29
- Teavana® Black, Green, or Passion Tango Shaken Iced Tea: $3.29
- Teavana® Black, Green, or Passion Tango Shaken Iced Tea Lemonade: $4.69
- Teavana® Chai Tea Latte: $4.99
- Teavana® Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte: $4.99
- Caramel Brulee Latte: $5.99
- Chestnut Praline Latte: $5.99
- Dragon Drink: $5.49
- Hot chocolate: $3.99
- Iced Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte: $6.29
- Iced Toasted Vanilla Oatmilk Shaken Espresso: $5.99
- Irish Cream Cold Brew: $5.29
- Peppermint Hot Chocolate: $4.69
- Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino®: $5.99
- Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew: $4.99
- Mango Dragonfruit or Strawberry Acai Starbucks Refreshers™: $4.79
- Mango Dragonfruit or Strawberry Acai Starbucks Refreshers™ with Lemonade: $5.29
- Pineapple Passionfruit Starbucks Refreshers™ Beverage: $4.79
- Pink Drink: $5.49
Baked goods and other foodstuffs
Breakfast wraps, sandwiches, & croissants
- Bacon, Gouda & Egg Sandwich: $6.09
- Double-Smoked Bacon, Cheddar & Egg Sandwich: $6.29
- Ham & Swiss Croissant: $5.29
- Sausage, Cheddar & Egg Sandwich: $5.59
- Slow-Roasted Ham, Swiss & Egg Croissant: $6.59
- Spinach, Feta & Cage-Free Egg White Breakfast Wrap: $6.09
- Assorted Pastries: Between $1.79 and $6.49
- Brownies: $4.79
- Chocolate-Chip Cookies: $3.49
- Chocolate-Hazelnut Bear Claw: $6.29
- Lime-Frosted Coconut Bar: $3.49
- Mickey Cinnamon Roll: $6.49
Is Main Street Bakery part of Disney’s Dining Plan?
Most of the beverages and snacks at Main Street Bakery feature as Disney Dining Plan snacks. When you visit and order a coffee you love, choose a large drink instead of a small or medium one. The reason? Large beverages are included as snack credits.
What is the quality of food like at the Main Street Bakery?
The food may not be quite as tasty since Starbucks obtained the rights to Main Street Bakery. Coffee, when you stop at Main Street, still wouldn’t be the same without some of the bakery’s sweet fare. Several available menu items you don’t usually find on a Starbucks menu are always worth a try.
Where in Disney’s Magic Kingdom is Main Street Bakery situated?
Main Street Bakery is located on the right of Main Street USA on the way to Cinderella Castle. As it’s the only Starbucks in Magic Kingdom, it is often busy early in the morning and at lunchtime, especially on Friday. The wait isn’t long, though.
Can I use Disney Dining Plan quick-service credits at Main Street Bakery?
Main Street Bakery participates in the quick-service dining plan. You can get a sandwich, a beverage, and one of Main Street’s baked goods with quick-service credits. The items included in the dining plan change often, so take a chance if you have them. You might be pleasantly surprised.
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