Walt Disney World has many stops for snacks and drinks and there is a wealth of information on the internet about these locations and their menus. When we recently traveled to Disney World I was interested in learning more about their coffee selections, because I do have a passion for coffee. If you have been to WDW recently you know that in the past several years Disney has opened multiple Starbucks locations in their parks. If you aren’t a fan of Starbucks, sadly I am not, then you are left wondering where can I get a great cup of coffee in WDW? I have further investigated these options by foot and by search of the internet. The results of my research are as follows.

Magic Kingdom:

  1. Starbucks (Main Street Bakery location)
  2. Joffrey’s Revive Kiosk (Tomorrowland, outside of Space Mountain towards the People Mover & The Contemporary Resort)
  3. Territory Coffee Company (The Wilderness Lodge)
  4. Joffrey’s French Press Coffee for Two (Polynesian Resort)
  5. Alto Mayo Protected Forest Coffee by Joffrey’s (Liberty Tree Tavern, The Grand Floridian)
  • “Disney Supports Conservation International’s Alto Mayo Protected Forest project in Peru, which promotes sustainable coffee growing and economic growth. Press Pot (Serves Two)”


  1. Joffrey’s Kiosk (World Showcase between UK & Canada, Epcot Monorail Station, outside of Test Track, outside of The American Adventure, World Showcase entrance near the Disney Traders Shop)
  2. Moorish Coffee (w/ cinnamon & nutmeg at Tangierine Cafe in Morocco: Epcot)
  3. Coffee & Espressos (Les Halles in France: Epcot)
  4. Northern, Central and Southern roasting styles of espresso (Trattoria al Forno on the Boardwalk)

Disney Hollywood Studios

  1. Trolley Car Cafe (Starbucks in Disney Hollywood Studios)
  2. Alto Mayo Protected Forest Coffee by Joffrey’s (The Hollywood Brown Derby)
  3. Joffrey’s Kiosk (outside of the Hollywood Tower of Terror, Entrance of Pixar Place)

Animal Kingdom

  1. Joffrey’s Kiosk (park entrance, outside of Kali River Rapids)
  2. Alto Mayo Protected Forest Coffee by Joffrey’s (Boma, Jiko & Sanaa at Animal Kingdom Lodge)

Room Service

  1. In most Disney Resorts with room service you can order coffee directly to your room, usually they have a french press pot for two.

Has anyone else found great places for coffee in WDW? Comment below!


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