PHOTOS: Main Street Bakery Serving Starbucks Holds Limited Soft-Opening

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Earlier today, the Main Street Bakery held a limited soft-opening as they prepare to open with Starbucks items to serve guests on Tuesday. We were lucky enough to be a part of that test today and I managed to take some photos of the largely remodeled Main Street Bakery at the Magic Kingdom for you to enjoy:

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There are Starbucks bags in the window

They were using vouchers to manage guests and what they could order

A look at the breakfast menu

The Starbucks drink menu

A look around inside

They still sell plenty of pastries

There are no more seats, but there are a few counters you can eat at

The walls are well-decorated

There are some hidden Starbucks mermaids in the bakery

They sell bags of Starbucks coffee… yep…

So, what do you think of new look for the Main Street Bakery at the Magic Kingdom?

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eastyorkdisneyfan201
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eastyorkdisneyfan201

Looks good will dewfenitly have to check it out whenever I get there again.

Amy
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Amy

It looks fantastic, just like I knew it would.

Tyler
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Tyler

So is the vouchers free???

Disney Hipster Andre
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Disney Hipster Andre

I guess it couldn't be worse than the old bakery…

Nick
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Nick

Looks nice but I will miss the cinnamon rolls.

Dani
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Dani

So you can't sit down & eat? That kinda stinks. But other wise it looks great.

Tanya
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Tanya

Think they've done a great job of introducing an external brand but keeping the feel of Main Street. Collaboration can work; wish i was there to enjoy!