PHOTOS - Erin McKenna's Bakery NYC opens at The Landing in Disney Springs

Feb 23, 2015 in "Erin McKenna's Bakery NYC"

Posted: Monday February 23, 2015 9:24am EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Erin McKenna's Bakery NYC is now open in The Landing district of Disney Springs.

Fans of the old BabyCakes NYC inside Pollo Campero will be pleased to see the return of the gluten-free and vegan friendly bakery. The location features an in-house bakery and retail area, with frequently changing menu items. You'll find items ranging in price from $1.75 for a cookie, to $3 for a bagel, to $5 for a cup cake.

Erin McKenna's Bakery NYC is located next to the recently opened Chapel Hats in the new area of The Landing between Portobello and The BOATHOUSE. Opening hours are Sun - Thu 10am to 11pm and Fri - Sat 10am to 11:30pm.

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wdwmagicFeb 24, 2015

You can see inside, but the windows are tinted. The kitchen is visible from the outside.

sshindelFeb 24, 2015

Ok. The over-popularization is a fad. Boutique cupcake spots popping up (and closing down just as fast) all over. I'm sure these will sell, and sell well, because as you said, a cupcake is good.

djkidkazFeb 24, 2015

Not sure what you mean. In Steves pics of the Erin Mckenna bakery, all the windows are still covered and they just have the front door open. Look at the pics again, you can't see inside the store from outside.

Next Big ThingFeb 24, 2015

There's one more shop to open in the area, the Boathouse gift shop, so that could be what you are seeing.

djkidkazFeb 24, 2015

Dumb question, I see in all the photos that the windows are still blacked out on this store. Are they planning on removing that at some point or are the windows going to remain blacked out to hide backstage areas or something? Just seems odd they would open the store without taking off the window covers.

Next Big ThingFeb 24, 2015

Cupcakes are timeless, not a fad. Doesn't matter if they are made in a few different varieties or different flavors. It sells because people love cupcakes in general.

sshindelFeb 23, 2015

I really like the "reclaimed wood" look on the front of the counter. The cupcakes look good, if I weren't over cupcakes as a fad. Still, I'll bet it does well.

wdwmagicFeb 23, 2015

PHOTOS - Erin McKenna's Bakery NYC opens at The Landing in Disney Springs