Finding good coffee at Walt Disney World can sometimes be a challenge! While we love the Disney Parks Starbucks, we don’t always love the lines. And sometimes you’re just in the mood for something different. Here’s a look at the Coffee at Walt Disney World and Where to Find it.
Coffee at Magic Kingdom
▢ Westward Ho Food Cart | Frontierland
Cold Brew and breakfast sandwiches
▢ Main Street Bakery A.K.A. Starbucks | Main Street U.S.A
Your basic Starbucks, this place also has specialty and seasonal treats worth a look when you need to stop by coffee.
▢ Kona Café | The Polynesian Resort and Villas
Kona Press Pot. If you needed a reason to visit the Polynesian Resort, because, well, it’s one of the best resorts on property, plan to eat at Kona Café. Not only is their food delicious, but they have arguably some of the best coffee you can find at Walt Disney World. Order the Kona Press Pot, which is enough for 2 to share. It’s rich and bold and is the perfect way to start your morning. If you’re not able to snag a reservation here, visit the Kona Island counter right next door. You can choose from hot or iced coffees and lattes and they’re all amazing.
▢ Gaston’s Tavern | Fantasyland
Drip coffee and cinnamon roll
▢ Sleepy Hollow | Liberty Square
Iced Mocha, French Vanilla or drip coffee and funnel cakes/waffle sandwich
Coffee at Epcot
▢ Gelato Cart | Italy
Espresso Gelato Affogato. A little cup of espresso, gelato and cookie straw combines bitter and sweet perfectly for an early morning pic me up or an end of the night boost.
▢ Fountain view | Future World
Another basic Starbucks, we also like this cafe for the butterfinger cupcake you can’t get anywhere else.
▢ Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie | France
Traditional French Cappucino, Espresso and Cafe. We also love the tea selection, Prince of wales tea in particular.
▢ Joy of Tea | China
Tipsy duck. Iced coffee and tea, plus whipped cream, plus bourbon , and chocolate.
▢ Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe | Norway
Viking Coffee flavored with Kamora Coffee Liqueur and Baileys Irish Cream. Add a troll horn for extra oomph.
▢ Tangerine Café | Morocco
Moorish Coffee. If you’re traveling the world showcase in Epcot, stop by the Tangerine Café in the Morocco Pavilion for their Moorish Coffee. Flavored with cinnamon and nutmeg, this coffee will give you something a little different than your standard coffee in Walt Disney World. You can also find unique tea flavors here too!
Coffee at Hollywood Studios
▢ The Trolley Car Cafe | Hollywood Boulevard
▢ Joffreys Coffee and Tea | Tower of Terror Cart
Seasonal blends and donuts
▢ Woody’s Lunch Box | Toy Story Land
▢ The Hollywood Brown Derby| Sunset Boulevard
French Press Pot and cake
▢ Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano | Sunset Boulevard
Cappucinos, frozen or hot, espresso and tiramasu
Coffee at Animal Kingdom
▢ Creature Comforts | Discovery Island
▢ Royal Anandapur Tea Company | Asia
Iced Chai and coffees, plus pastries
▢ Isle of Java | Dinoland Bridge
Iced coffees and elephant ears
▢ Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery | Africa
lattes and cinnamon roll
▢ Nomad Lounge | Bridge to Pandora
Passion fruit vanilla iced tea, balinese breeze, and Mustang Coffee with coffee, Crown Royal, Brown Sugar, and Butter
Coffee on The Disney Boardwalk
▢ Trattoria Al Forno Iced Coffee | The Boardwalk
The Boardwalk area of Walt Disney World is hands down one of our favorite areas in Walt Disney World. Head to Trattoria Al Forno, where you can choose to eat breakfast at the Bon Voyage Breakfast, complete with characters(reservations recommended) or ask to be seated for the non-character breakfast. Either way, you’ll want to order the Iced Coffee, which is a special blend from Joffrey’s created just for the restaurant. It’s creamy and delicious and trust us, you’ll want to order one to go.
▢ Fuel | Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel on The Boardwalk
Another location right in the Boardwalk area, the Walt Disney World Dolphin is a great place to explore. And inside you can find a small quick serve café called Fuel that offers soft serve, food and delicious coffees. With lots of fun varieties you can choose from hot or iced coffees, espresso and lattes.
Coffee at Walt Disney World Resorts
▢ Le Petit Cafe | Disney’s Riviera Resort
Chai, Espresso, Coffee and desserts. Perfect for early mornings or late nights.
▢ California Grill | The Contemporary Resort
French Press Coffee and desserts. Perfect for a late fireworks evening or alongside brunch.
▢ Garden View Tea Room | Grand Floridian
No Coffee here, just tea. But we had to include it. Especially if you’re just looking for a caffeinated experience. This hot tea will do the trick on rainy days, cozy afternoons or early mornings. Just like your favorite cup o’ joe.
▢ Roaring Fork Cafe | Wilderness Lodge
S’mores Coffee. We love the ambiance of Wilderness Lodge. It’s cozy and warm and very wilderness-y. The best part is that they have coffee to match the theme! Head down to their quick serve location, Roaring Fork, and order the S’mores Latte. It tastes just like an actual smore’s roasted over a campfire and is topped with marshmallows, graham cracker crumbs and chocolate syrup. You’ll feel just like you’re actually camping, without actually having to.
▢ Barcelona Lounge | Coronado Springs
In the new Gran Destino Tower, Barcelona Lounge has a variety of great coffees to try while lounging the day away. We like the Spanish coffee, Bon Bon.
Coffees at Disney Springs Orlando
▢ Joffrey’s Tea and Coffee | The Landing in Disney Springs
Joffrey’s Tea and Coffee is a staple at Walt Disney World but we love this location specifically because you can get character art on your latte here. You can choose from art they already have available or create your own!
▢ Tea Traders Cafe | The Landing
Near Jock Lindseys Hangar Bar you’ll find more printed character lattes here that are top of the line. And the envy of many a Disney Instagrammer. Check out the coffee art tech here!