Upon approaching the entrance, straight away you will see that a staff member is on hand to alert guests that the store will be operating a “Pre-Order Only” system, meaning walk-up guests won’t be served. This will work similarly to the Mobile Order system used in many Disney-owned dining locations, and is an effective method of encouraging social distancing and good hygiene precautions for staff and guests. Similarly, orders are take-out only, with no guests entering the establishment, nor outside seating available.
You can see a large pump of hand sanitizer is available for guests outside.
These paper (so disposable) flyers are available for guests, with a handy QR code directing them to the Sprinkles website to place an order. An app is also available for the serious cupcake fans out there. It is important to note from the menu that Sprinkles do sell out of cupcakes, due to them being baked fresh each day. So plan ahead, and get there early!
On the other side of the flyer is a menu, and you can see that the availability is limited. Guests can only order cupcakes from the menu (Sprinkles usually also sells ice cream and other treats), and in pre-packed boxes of different flavor assortments. Each box contains four cupcakes, and is priced around the $20 mark.
If it’s only one cupcake you’re hungry for, the infamous Sprinkles Cupcake ATM is still open for business. A hand sanitizer pump is present on a table next to the ATM, as touch-contact really is the only option here. It has been announced by Sprinkles that they will be hosting giveaways at this ATM five times a day throughout the weekend, so good luck to you if you’re stopping by!
If you’re heading to Sprinkles this week, enjoy your cupcakes! If you’d like to read our reviews of the tasty treats we’ve tried from the store before, click here.