If you visit Magic Kingdom, you may need a bit of a caffeine boost. The good news is, Magic Kingdom does sell coffee.
In fact, Disney fans can find a cup of coffee close at hand no matter where they are in Magic Kingdom.
Most of the coffee served in Disney parks is from the Disney specialty Coffee Collection, curated by Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company. You’ll find these exclusive blends on the breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack menus at many quick-service restaurants and stands in the parks.
There are also Joffrey’s coffee kiosks at Magic Kingdom. For example, there’s one at the Transportation & Ticket Center for those who need to caffeinate before they even arrive at the park entrance.
There’s another one in Tomorrowland.
Plus, like all Disney World theme parks, the Magic Kingdom has a Starbucks in disguise.
Is there a Starbucks inside Magic Kingdom?
I am so glad to say yes, there is a Starbucks inside Magic Kingdom. You just have to know where to look for it. Starbucks locations inside Disney parks each have their own name.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom park has Creature Comforts. Disney’s Hollywood Studios has the Trolley Car Café. EPCOT recently replaced its longtime Starbucks called Fountain View with the all-new Connections Café.
Disney Springs has two Starbucks locations. You’ll find one in the West Side area near the Aerophile balloon liftoff dock. The other is located in the Marketplace section near the LEGO Store.
Does Disney have iced coffee?
Yes, Disney serves ice coffee at several locations. In the Magic Kingdom, you can of course find a variety of Starbucks iced coffees at Main Street Bakery.
Many quick service locations in the park serve both hot and iced Joffrey’s coffee as beverage options.
So, where specifically can you find coffee in Magic Kingdom? We’ll start at the TTC on our tour of all the best places for coffee lovers to find a cup of joe at Magic Kingdom.
1. Coffee at the Transportation & Ticket Center
If you’re parking at Magic Kingdom, you’ll process through security at the Transportation & Ticket Center. Once through security, you can stop at the ticket windows if needed or bypass them and enter an open area with transportation options.
Before you hop on the Monorail or Ferry, you can stop at the Joffrey’s kiosk for some of the best coffee in the Walt Disney World Resort. Joffrey’s menu features a selection of flavored lattes, hot chocolate, frozen drinks and teas.
They’re also known for their Shakin’ Jamaican cold brew, which may be your best bet on a hot day. Pairing it with one of their enormous sprinkled donuts is the perfect way to achieve maximum caffeine and sugar rush.
2. Main Street Bakery
The Magic Kingdom Starbucks is called Main Street Bakery. You’ll find it on your right as you head toward the hub and Cinderella Castle. Like Starbucks in the real world, they serve all your favorite customizable specialty beverages.
Plus they have a unique collection of Disney-themed treats like the Mickey Cinnamon Roll.
One of my favorite souvenirs to bring home is a Disney coffee mug.
That way I can start each morning with a great cup of coffee and remember my trip. Each Disney park’s Starbucks has special co-branded coffee cups that feature iconic images from that specific location.
3. Quick service locations on Main Street, U.S.A.
There are a couple of quick service locations further down Main Street, U.S.A. worth mentioning. As you get closer to Cinderella Castle and the Hub, you’ll see Casey’s Corner on your left and the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor on your right.
Neither is typically open during breakfast hours, although Casey’s Corner does serve freshly brewed Joffrey’s coffee as part of their lunch and dinner menu.
Therefore, if you’re not in a rush to meet Mickey Mouse or hop in line for a roller coaster, grab a coffee and pull up a chair at one of the tables with the yellow or red umbrellas. It’s the perfect spot for people-watching.
4. Joffrey’s Revive in Tomorrowland
You can also find iced coffee and other specialty coffees on the menu to satisfy your coffee fix at Joffrey’s Revive kiosk near Space Mountain in Tomorrowland.
This special futuristic Joffrey’s is known for its Mission to S’Mores Latte. You won’t find this treat on the menu at any other Joffrey’s locations.
If you’re looking for a traditional hot cup of regular or decaf coffee in Tomorrowland, you’ll find it on the menu at The Lunching Pad.
5. Friar’s Nook
Around the corner near the exit of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, you’ll find The Friar’s Nook. This location offers Mobile Ordering and they also serve Joffrey’s coffee (both hot and iced).
Pinocchio Village Haus also offers Mobile Ordering and is open for lunch and dinner. They have both hot and iced coffee on their menu.
6. Cheshire Café in Fantasyland
Head over to Fantasyland for several more locations serving hot and iced coffee. Near the iconic Tea Cup ride, you’ll find the Cheshire Café.
Grab a Cheshire Cat Tail paired with a cup of Joffrey’s hot coffee or cold brew at this Alice in Wonderland-themed quick-service location.
7. Gaston’s Tavern
You can also satisfy your caffeine cravings at Gaston’s Tavern near Belle’s castle. They have hot and iced coffee on their menu. However, Gaston’s Tavern is famous for its Giant Cinnamon Rolls and LeFou’s Brew.
This specialty beverage consists of frozen apple juice infused with a toasted marshmallow flavor and topped with fruity cold foam.
8. Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in Liberty Square
In Liberty Square, Sleepy Hollow Refreshments is a great place for breakfast or a snack. With menu items like the Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich available all day, it’s a great spot to treat your taste buds.
Sleepy Hollow serves steaming cups of freshly brewed Joffrey’s coffee all day long.
They also offer a French Roast cold brew option.
9. Columbia Harbor House in Liberty Square
Liberty Square also has one of the best quick service restaurants in Magic Kingdom: Columbia Harbor House.
The upstairs dining area at Columbia Harbor House is my favorite place to ride out an afternoon rain shower in the Magic Kingdom.
They’re open for lunch and dinner, and they have coffee on their menu.
10. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in Frontierland
Moving into Frontierland and Adventureland, you’ll find good coffee harder to come by. You can get a hot cup of regular or decaf coffee at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn in Frontierland.
They’re open for lunch and dinner and serve Tex-Mex favorites like tacos, nachos and rice bowls.
11. Sunshine Tree Terrace in Adventureland
In Adventureland, you can also find coffee on the menu at Sunshine Tree Terrace. Neither location offers iced coffee, but Sunshine Tree Terrace has a huge assortment of frozen treats.
You’ll have to head back toward Magic Kingdom’s Main Street Bakery for a Starbucks coffee if you’re looking for something fancier on this side of the park.
Do you have a favorite coffee location at Magic Kingdom? Tell us in the comments!