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.
- Starbucks (Main Street Bakery location)
- Joffrey’s Revive Kiosk (Tomorrowland, outside of Space Mountain towards the People Mover & The Contemporary Resort)
- Territory Coffee Company (The Wilderness Lodge)
- Joffrey’s French Press Coffee for Two (Polynesian Resort)
- 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)”
- 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)
- Moorish Coffee (w/ cinnamon & nutmeg at Tangierine Cafe in Morocco: Epcot)
- Coffee & Espressos (Les Halles in France: Epcot)
- Northern, Central and Southern roasting styles of espresso (Trattoria al Forno on the Boardwalk)
Disney Hollywood Studios
- Trolley Car Cafe (Starbucks in Disney Hollywood Studios)
- Alto Mayo Protected Forest Coffee by Joffrey’s (The Hollywood Brown Derby)
- Joffrey’s Kiosk (outside of the Hollywood Tower of Terror, Entrance of Pixar Place)
- Joffrey’s Kiosk (park entrance, outside of Kali River Rapids)
- Alto Mayo Protected Forest Coffee by Joffrey’s (Boma, Jiko & Sanaa at Animal Kingdom Lodge)
- 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!