New Table Service Bakery and Restaurant To Open on Disney’s BoardWalk

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If you have ever been to EPCOT you have likely seen the walkway between the France pavilion and the UK pavilion that leads down to the Friendship boat that can take you to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. But there is also a walkway that takes guests to the EPCOT area hotels and Disney’s BoardWalk.

Disney’s BoardWalk offers something both day and night including restaurants, shops, clubs and hotels. At night there is a lot of lights, entertainment and more. Soon it will also be offering a brand new bakery and table service restaurant.

This new location will be called The Cake Bake Shop by Gwendolyn Rogers. This new location “will offer both savory and dessert menus, along with afternoon tea service, in a whimsical atmosphere that complements the magic of the idyllic charm of Disney’s BoardWalk that guests know and love.”

When I hear “afternoon tea” I can guess how expensive this location will likely be given that the first place I think of when I hear those words is The Grand Floridian. Given that the hotels in this area are Deluxe ones, well one can make an educated guess.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the restaurant was signature table service either, but we only know that it is coming in 2023.

What does this mean for the BoardWalk Bakery?

Apparently it is becoming a sandwich shop?

“And with this new sweet spot on the horizon, the BoardWalk Bakery will become a new sandwich shop for guests to enjoy a bite along the water’s edge, joining other current food and beverage locations like BoardWalk Ice Cream.”

Some interesting changes are coming for sure.

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Source: Disney Parks Blog

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