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October 11, 2005
From journal Newbie Trip to Walt Disney World
July 17, 2005
First and foremost, there is air-conditioned seating! Mind you, there was not a lot, but we went just before the start of the heavy season near meal time, and there was plenty of seating available.
And now the food…
This is a great place for families with children looking for a light meal. The serve premade sandwiches, even "crustables," fruit , drinks, and some wonderful-looking desserts that, had I not been allergic to milk, would have dove right into. It is rather pricey ($2.50 for a "crustable"), but you are in Magic Kingdom, so what do you expect?
The decor is also great. The seating area is in the back of the glassmaker’s shop on Main Street. Food and drink are allowed in the shop, so if you’re so inclined, you can wander around and look at the lovely glass art, including a huge Cinderella’s castle that is way too expensive to be going on about.
From journal Disney Dining
June 25, 2005
From journal My Happiest Place on Earth
Earl, North Carolina
July 20, 2003
From journal Disney Mania
by Kim M.
Key West, Florida
February 13, 2003
I'm sure that this place is busy all day long, but it is a MADHOUSE at closing time. Everyone has to filter past on the way back to the gate, and more than a few guests waft in all at once on the cookie-scented breeze. There is a brass rail that starts at the door and keeps everyone solidly in the queue so that no one trips over the folks at the tables. Tables are, of course, at a premium at that late hour. If you are a dessert junkie, I highly recommend that you feed your addiction at the Main Street Bake Shop. Your tastebuds will thank you. Of course, if you want to do something silly like actually eat lunch, there are also sandwiches and fresh breads on the menu. This is a great place to stop in for your morning coffee and a pastry as you enter the park.
From journal Second Childhood Courtesy of Disney