Thursday, 9 August 2012

Buena Vista Street: Fiddler, Fifer, and Practical Cafe

The brand new entrance to Disney California Adventure is known as Buena Vista Street, designed to look like California in the 1920's when Walt Disney first came to the West Coast with just a suitcase and $40. Part of the expansion that debuted on June 15th, has many shops and great snack and dining locations that is the parks new equivalent of Disneyland's Main Street, U.S.A.

Towards the end of the street, you can find a cafe called Fiddler, Fifer, and Practical Cafe. Now they do sell Starbucks here, but it is not Starbucks. The cafe is named after the three little pigs from the classic Disney short and not after some giant coffee chain.

The menu has food such as sandwiches and various other cafe snacks. I do not know what is gluten free there yet though. The only time I went was after work on June 15th and my friends and I got drinks. They don't have every drink that a regular Starbucks would have to offer, but they have the basic menu.

They also have really cool Disneyland Parks cups.

Pretty much, if you like Starbucks then you're golden. If not then why not get a Disneyland coffee or hot chocolate. Personally, I wouldn't go all the way to Disneyland to get Starbucks, I would get a specialty drink from Jolly Holiday or the Market House on Main Street, but that's just me.


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