Amorette’s Patisserie Now has Crepes, New Hours; Aristocrepes Going Seasonal at Disney Springs

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Beginning today, Aristocrepes and Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs have adjusted their menus to add more offerings (and because Artistocrepes ain’t doing so well).


Guests visiting the Aristocrepes will now find popcorn, Mickey pretzels and cheese, assorted chips, and beverages. Beginning from Friday, November 11, Aristocrepes will transition to a seasonal operation and menu, serving a variety of holiday beverages including hot chocolate, unique cocktails, and more when open.

Amorette’s Patisserie is now serving a mixture of savory and sweet crepes to make up for the void created by Aristocrepes.

The operating hours for Amorette’s Patisserie were also adjusted just last week. The location is now open 3-11 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and 11 AM–11 PM Friday-Sunday.

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  • Well I’m sure Aristocrepes would’ve done a lot better if they didn’t insist on telling the Aristocrats joke every time you ordered.

  • I’m not sure what is meant by “seasonal” here. In typical Disney parlance, seasonal operation means there are periods of the year when the thing in question isn’t open at all. It sounds like you just mean they are doing some holiday-themed menu overlays and maybe some reduced hours. Or do you mean it will actually be closing during parts of the year?

    • Well the article said changing to seasonal operation and menu, so it seems to mean both. It will be up at certain times of the year and sell seasonal items when it is open.

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