PHOTOS - Sprinkles Cupcakes at Disney Springs

May 24, 2016 in "Sprinkles"

Sprinkles at Disney Springs overview
Posted: Tuesday May 24, 2016 9:49am EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

Sprinkles is now open in the Town Center, bringing their fresh baked treats and ice cream to Disney Springs.

Founded in Beverly Hills in 2005 by Candace Nelson, the chain now operates more than 17 locations across the U.S.A., with plans to expand internationally.

The Disney Springs location can be found waterside along the central spring, just across the bridge from Raglan Road and Morimoto Asia.

Stepping inside, you are greeted by a stark, minimalist interior of mostly white. It might not be everyones idea of decor, but it looks modern, and impeccably clean.

There is a large menu board, giving an overview of exactly what is on offer. Cupcakes are the main event, but Sprinkles also offers quite a few variations, including Sprinkles Sundaes, which is a cupcake and ice cream combo, cookies, ice cream and shakes. View the Disney Springs Sprinkles menu.

If you can't quite make your mind up from the menu, a large display case gives an up-close look at all the baked goods.

Ordering takes place at one of three registers, and order pick up takes place at the other end of the store.

While you wait you can see the cupcake production underway behind the glass wall.

Unfortunately, even though the building is quite large, there isn't any inside seating, but you can grab a seat outside on the waterside deck. 

If you visit outside of normal hours, which are 10am to 12am, you can use the Sprinkles ATM. The machine has a touch screen which lets you choose a cupcake, and then have it delivered to you right there at the ATM. The Sprinkles ATM is open from 8am to 2am daily.

Cupcakes, Shakes and Ice Cream

The packaging at Sprinkles is fantastic, and really underlines the premium intent of the product. Cupcakes are beautifully presented in a box, and there are even instructions on how to care for your cupcakes if you are not eating them right away.

Sprinkles cupcakes cost $4.95 each, and come in around 16 varieties, including some seasonal offerings, sugar free and vegan.

Ice Cream costs $4.95 for a single scoop, and $6.95 for a double.

Shakes are $8.95, and Sundaes (a cupcake sliced in-half with ice cream in the center) is $7.95.

Cookies and brownies are $3.50, and come in six varieties.

With the high price of the cupcakes we were expecting something really special, and we left a little underwhelmed. The same was true for the shake, which just wasn't worth the asking price of $8.95. 

Disney Springs has a lot of competition when it comes to premium desserts, including the recently opened Amorette's Patisserie, and for ice cream, Ample Hills Creamery on the BoardWalk is hard to beat.

For Sprinkles cupcake fans, the Disney Springs location is a great addition, and be sure to sign up for the Sprinkles Perks program for rewards and more.

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articosJun 05, 2016

Right. There are approval processes for using Disney related items or art, but they may have forgotten to do that. It or something similar will likely be back.

BoltJun 03, 2016

Disney assists with the structure and handles the exteriors. Almost all interiors are designed by the location.

Clamman73Jun 02, 2016

I don't know if it was the "likeness" of it or what???

Dead2009Jun 02, 2016

When i saw "Sprinkles" in the title I instantly thought of a character that broke "character" and thus got in trouble, lol.

Grotto123Jun 02, 2016

was at sprinkles today and had noticed the Mickey shaped cupcake picture they had hanging was not there so the curious person I am asked someone what happened and they stated they were told to take it down. My question is it's been there all this time and don't these businesses have to submit design details before construction

BrenthodgeMay 24, 2016

Never been a huge fan - always found them to be a bit dry and "overhyped". Yes the interior is sparse, but that is their "look". You can tell from the branding and packaging that they are going for a clean, abstracted modern approach. I'll give them that - they did an awesome job of making the product (thick, smooth icing with "dot" of sugar wafer) the brand and the brand the product. Just never found the product living up to the presentation.

wdwmagicMay 24, 2016

PHOTOS - Sprinkles Cupcakes at Disney Springs

halltdMay 17, 2016

My first thought when I clicked on the interior photos was, "OMG the interior is amazing!". I actually am LOVING how the buildings at the Springs are going with the whole re-use vibe where an old structure was repurposed to be something new. So, it makes total sense to me for the interior to be clean and modern with the outside resembling an ice production facility (from the looks of the pump nearby. I can't wait to stop by and get my free cupcake! :)

radioraeMay 17, 2016

Ahhh, see I like that much better. It looks a lot warmer and more inviting. Sprinkles is a bit stark by comparison. But to each his own!

TheOrangeBird01May 16, 2016

Will you be able to buy the cupcakes with snack credits?

radioraeMay 16, 2016

That makes sense; a lot of bakeries go for the clean look, now that I think about it. Regardless of how it looks, I'm sure I'll be stopping in next time I'm around... it's hard to say no to cupcakes. :)

wdwmagicMay 16, 2016

Seems like they have gone for a very clean, white interior. It might not be everyones cup of tea, but I think it works. There are still finishing touches to be made, but I don't think you will see a drastic change.

radioraeMay 16, 2016

Thanks for everyone who's been taking pictures! It's really exciting to see things finally open. That being said, does anyone think the decor is a little sparse at Sprinkles? I wasn't sure if it that was how all Sprinkles locations looked, or if they rushed to get open on time and weren't able to finish decorating yet.