PHOTOS: Even More Snack Kiosks and The Spice & Tea Exchange Reopens at Disney Springs
If you’re heading back to Disney Springs this week to brave the crowds and see what merchandise you can get your hands on in World of Disney, chances are, you might be wanting a snack. If Mobile Ordering or entering a proper restaurant establishment doesn’t sound appealing, you’ll be glad to hear that more food kiosks have reopened for service.
Dole Whip lovers rejoice, as Marketplace Snacks has now reopened! That’s right, we are finally able to get our hands on our favorite frozen, fruity treat after months of waiting. Yum!
Marketplace Snacks is is the place to go for all those fun, limited-time snack offerings, most recently being this bright blue “Onward” Lightfoot Dole Whip Float back before Disney Springs closed in March. It doesn’t look like anything new is being offered at the moment, but we’ll be sure to keep an eye out.
Next up for reopening is the Haagen-Dazs booth! Because who wouldn’t want some ice cream to see them through a hot, busy day of shopping? Haagen-Dazs operates a two-window system, where guests queue to order on the left, and pick up their dessert on the right. Definitely a good procedure in-keeping with social distancing.
Also reopened is Wetzel’s Pretzels, for when you need a salty snack. You can see in front of the booth that a social distancing marker has been put in place, advising guests to keep their distances.
Finally, The Spice & Tea Exchange store has also reopened. Located next to Earl of Sandwich, this trading post is still fairly new to Disney Springs, having only opened in November last year. As we can see, a staff member is on hand at the store entrance to assist guests, and remind them of social distancing policies.
Will you be heading down to Disney Springs for a snack soon? Where will you head first?