Main Street Bakery and Fountain View to add 'La Boulange' baked goods to the menu

Apr 23, 2014 in "Main Street Bakery"

The Main Street Bakery at the Magic Kingdom and Fountain View at Epcot will soon be adding 'La Boulange' baked goods to the menu.

La Boulange is a San Francisco bakery and café serving artisanal pastries, and has partnered with Starbucks to offer them in locations across the country. Many of the items are served warm, and include goodies such as Criossants, Sticky Buns, Brownies, and Cookies.

Many guests are a fan of the Starbucks coffees being served in the parks, but the lack of baked goods that used to be served in the Main Street Bakery is viewed as a loss by many. The addition of 'La Boulange' products may go some way to giving those guests better quality baked goods.

You can read more about the 'La Boulange' offerings on the Starbucks website.

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Article Posted: Apr 23, 2014 / 12:06pm EDT
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RalphinSCApr 23, 2014

Yeah, nothing like a sip and uuuuugh shiver to get you going in the mornings. When you start to notice just how terrible it tastes, that's the sign you've had enough caffeine. LOL!

CommunicoreApr 23, 2014

I miss Nescafe. That rancid coffee was the best!

BairstowApr 23, 2014

Any step away from Nescafé was a step forward.

The Empress LillyApr 23, 2014

Yes, and thanks for that! Not slagging you off. My arrows are aimed at Starbucks in WDW, just like in every mall and street corner every other amusement park in Orlando, and the euphemistic language they used to dress that up that.

wdwmagicApr 23, 2014

I dont believe Disney has made any announcement about this. Just something I knew about that I thought was worth sharing.

sshindelApr 23, 2014

And here I thought all the news coming out of WDW these days was less-than exciting! I stand corrected!

The Empress LillyApr 23, 2014

Yes! No doubt we will. Next week's headlines of 'Starbucks continuing to serve Starbucks tea' will read: 'Disney World to Expand it's Guest Offerings With the Inclusion of Tazo Tea in the Superhappyfunthemed Main Street Bakery'.

jimbo mackApr 23, 2014

10 steps back and then one step forward I guess.

sshindelApr 23, 2014

So, next week we'll get an announcement about the addition of Tazo Tea? http://www.starbucks.com/careers/brands

tribbleorlflApr 23, 2014

Interesting. Curious to see if this will impact sales at any WDW outlets. I've tried a few La Boulange items, not bad considering it's all frozen, pre-made and then baked in a TurboChef oven.

CommunicoreApr 23, 2014

Darn! I thought it said "Boulangerie" lol...that woulda been real news.

The Empress LillyApr 23, 2014

'Starbucks and Starbucks to Add Starbucks Baked Goods to the Menu'. The MSB and Fountain View are licensed Starbuckses. La Boulange is wholly Starbucks owned. This is Starbucks serving Starbucks. (Yes, that's what you get when you hang out with barristas, complete with hipster glasses, like I do. :D )

MansionButler84Apr 23, 2014

I don't fine La Boulange to be anything spectacular. But, it's probably no more processed than what the Main Street Bakery had been serving (I don't imagine much was actually "fresh"). La Boulange does offer more product consistency than the old Starbucks crud.