Trolley Car Cafe Opens at Disney's Hollywood Studios

February 4, 2015, 4:19 PM · Walt Disney World officially opened its third in-park Starbucks location this morning, as Mickey helped cut the ribbon on the Trolley Car Cafe at Disney's Hollywood Studios.

Mickey opens the Trolley Car Cafe
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You'll find the usual collection of Starbucks beverages at the Trolley Car Cafe, including an assortment of pastries and grab-and-go sandwiches. It's nothing particularly unique, but we'll see if the presence of this new Starbucks changes early-morning crowd patterns in the park, especially for the popular (and nearby) Starring Rolls Cafe.

Inside the Trolley Car Cafe

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Replies (4)

February 4, 2015 at 6:19 PM · No different than any other sponsorship they've ever had in the past. They at least try to blend these Starbucks in unlike the McDonald's they used to have. Disney has always had corporate sponsorship for a large majority of both their rides or eating locations.
February 4, 2015 at 9:30 PM · Where is this in the park? I do not remember this building.
February 5, 2015 at 5:41 AM · I agree that I like how Disney is blending these Starbucks in pretty well. I don't really think having a Starbucks will impact their morning attendance all that much, but then again, I remember making it over to the Writers' Stop for coffee after Toy Story Mania first thing upon the park's opening, and Starbucks would be quite an improvement. Writers' Stop has a great atmosphere, but it's small and you almost have to know it's there to find it.

I personally have no problem with Starbucks. I'm writing this from a local place called Jazz Coffee here in Dongguan (or is it Guangdong? I can't really remember) China, and will choose a small local place over Starbucks every day - unless the coffee or service completely suck! You know what you're getting from Starbucks, and it's comforting for a lot of people to see that green circle shining like a beacon of hope in the vast zombie wastelands of the pre-noon hours on day 7 of a Walt Disney World vacation.

I still remember when Downtown Disney had a McDonalds, and it was ghastly. Well, ghastly in the sense that it didn't blend in or hide the fact that it was McDonalds. It kind of felt like a punch in the face.

February 5, 2015 at 1:55 PM · up your trolly cart game dhs

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