The Ultimate Guide to Coffee in Magic Kingdom

Looking for a good ol’ cuppa coffee in Magic Kingdom?


It’s time for COFFEE!

If you’re gearing up for a long day in the park, you’re going to want to make sure you get your caffeine fix. And sure, you could head over to Main Street Bakery (aka the Magic Kingdom Starbucks), but the lines there tend to be LONG. And what if you just aren’t in the mood for Starbucks? Luckily, you’ve got several other little-known (and underrated!) options.

Like we mentioned, your most obvious choice is Main Street Bakery on Main Street, U.S.A. But there is a consistent crowd here in the morning all the way through the afternoon, and again later in the evening. If you don’t feel like missing out on valuable park time while you’re waiting for your coffee, you’ll want to explore some other choices.

Joffrey’s Revive

Joffrey’s serves coffee and tea throughout all 4 parks, in Disney Springs, and even at a few resorts! Their Magic Kingdom kiosk, Joffrey’s Revive, is located near Space Mountain in Tomorrowland. There, you’ll find specialty and seasonal sips– plus a selection of HUGE donuts and other pastries!


Joffrey’s Revive

Of course, you may still encounter a line here — it’s a popular choice for coffee. That wait can be especially brutal on hot days when you’re standing in the direct sunlight! But if you want a large selection of coffee that’s not Starbucks, you’ll want to head here. Plus, they’ll take your Annual Passholder discount if you’ve got one!


Joffrey’s Revive

If you want a true Magic Kingdom breakfast, get in line here for coffee and then place a Mobile Order for The Lunching Pad. They sell the Cheshire Cat Tail — one of our DFB favorite snacks — as well as a breakfast sandwich.

Check Out a New Seasonal Drink at Joffrey’s!

Hot Coffee

Sometimes you’re just in the mood for a SUPER basic coffee! If that’s the case, there’s no need to wait in line at Joffrey’s or Starbucks — you’ll be able to grab one at a few other locations. You can Mobile Order at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe, Tomorrowland Terrace, Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, or Sunshine Tree Terrace — they all sell Joffrey’s brand of hot coffee.


Sunshine Tree Terrace

These 4 spots will serve ya a cup in no time — just place your order as you’re walking and then go pick it up! We do want to note, though, that the Mobile Order at Cosmic Ray’s can go just a littleee bit slow sometimes, so try one of these other locations or just head on over to the Joffrey’s in Tomorrowland.

Check Out Our Guide to Mobile Ordering in Disney World!

Cold Brew

If cold brew is more your speed, Mobile Order at Pinocchio Village Haus or Friar’s Nook. Pinocchio Village Haus offers Joffrey’s hot coffee AND cold brew, while Friar’s Nook serves cold brew! Mobile Ordering at Friar’s Nook should be super quick — not to mention, they have a small but yummy breakfast menu. It’s a great option if you don’t want to trek all the way to Main Street, U.S.A., or Tomorrowland for your caffeine.


Coffee at Friar’s Nook

Pro tip: if you plan on heading to Gaston’s Tavern for breakfast (ya know, to snag that classic Cinnamon Roll), make a pit stop at one of these spots for coffee. Weirdly enough, Gaston’s Tavern doesn’t serve coffee. So plan ahead!

Check Out the Breakfast Menu at Friar’s Nook!

Specialty Flavors

If you want something besides your standard coffee, Joffrey’s or Starbucks is probably your best bet. But you DO have 2 other choices! Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in Liberty Square serves Joffrey’s hot coffee, but they also offer pre-sweetened iced coffees out of a machine. These are available in mocha or French vanilla flavors! They are SUPER sweet, but they may be perfect for you to pair with a Fresh Fruit and Nutella Waffle Sandwich.


Sleepy Hollow Refreshments

Or, you can head over to Westward Ho Refreshments for PUMPKIN Coffee! And YES, it’s served year-round. They’ve also got some other seasonal flavors, as well as Joffrey’s cold brew. And if you wanna munch, they’ve got donut holes for breakfast, too!

Read Our Latest Nutella Waffle Sandwich Update!

If lines aren’t your thing and you’re okay with a smaller menu, try some coffee from one of these spots! Let us know YOUR favorite places to snag a cup in Magic Kingdom, and stay tuned to DFB for more Disney news.

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