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In April 2013, the Market House closed to make way to transform into a new Starbucks location and the first Starbucks ever inside Disneyland Park.
The Market House was an 1955 opening day original that had several elements that made it unique in Disneyland. The interior had a special old world sense of charm with a number of antique or interactive items, including checkerboards you could play on, an authentic awesome looking cast iron stove in the very center, and (some may think the best of all) old-fashioned party-lib telephones that you could just pick up and listen on a slightly comical pre-recorded conversation.  Another thing is the special merchandise you could find there…it was a coffee lovers dream.  With a wide range of coffee themed souvenirs (and not just the hundreds of different kinds of mugs) and also kitchen accessories.

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The interior is much different, you walk into a big open space with a large queue right in the middle of the whole place. There is no seating in the main section of the Starbucks, you have to walk to the back right corner where they have some tables and chairs set up in a mock like library/study area. First thing I did was look for the famous cast iron stove…did they get rid of it?!  I am happy to report my fellow D’Land fans that the stove is indeed there, but you have to look for it or it can be easily missed tucked away in a corner…but it’s there 🙂
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However, on a more positive note, we now have an opportunity in this space to purchase small snacks, breakfast and other food items (basically the same menu offered at most Starbucks stores) in addition to coffees/teas, even the kiddos have menu items they can enjoy too.
Plus what is a Starbucks inside Disneyland without a little Disney flare…
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So there you have it, a little history with your morning coffee and Disney all in one.  I for one will most likely continue to swing by the Starbucks on Main Street to grab my non-fat mocha after walking through the main gates or before the fireworks, to make my Disneyland trip even more fun for me.  Sometimes it’s just the little things like that, that can add up to a great time…and who can resist Disney on a Starbucks cup…IMG_1563