Construction site with a partially demolished building facade, revealing an empty interior. Several colorful posters and signs are displayed on the barriers in front of the site. People walk by.

Former Cinnabon and Quiet Flight Stores Gutted at Universal CityWalk Orlando

Shannen Ace

The former Cinnabon and Quiet Flight Surf Shop stores in Universal CityWalk Orlando have been completely gutted just a month after they permanently closed.

Cinnabon & Quiet Flight Demolition

A two-story commercial building with a partly demolished ground floor and colorful construction barriers displays large food advertisements on the upper level. People walk on the adjacent sidewalk.

The front walls of both storefronts are gone. Only a sliver of white and aqua paneling remains on the former Cinnabon façade. When we checked earlier this month, exterior demolition had barely begun.

A group of people walk past a construction site with colorful barriers. Above, the patio of an eatery named "Moe's" with outdoor seating is visible. Large food advertisements are displayed on the building.

Everything has been torn out of the interiors, leaving only support poles. The Billabong wave photo op is also gone.

An outdoor shopping and entertainment area under construction, featuring a sign for Universal Cinemark, several dining and club signs, and construction boards displaying various graphics.

A dumpster full of debris is inside the Quiet Flight location.

Construction site at an urban location with a dumpster, a green telehandler, and wooden barricades. Debris and building materials are visible, along with some surrounding advertising banners.

Cinnabon and Quiet Flight were located right next to the Universal CineMark. Their closures and demolition are to make way for an unannounced new experience.

Temporary Cinnabon carts are available outside the movie theater and at Fresh Eats in the security hub. A permanent Cinnabon kiosk will be constructed elsewhere in Universal CityWalk soon.

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