Disney Springs at Walt Disney World is one of the best places to grab dinner, drinks and dessert. Explore eight of my favorite Sweet Spots at Disney Springs including Amorette’s Patisserie, Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop and more!
Disney Springs is one of my favorite things about Walt Disney World. It is always our first and last stop when visiting. It is almost like Disney’s fifth major amusement park in Orlando. Every single time I visit there is a new attraction, restaurant or store so it keeps things exciting too. Of course, sampling all of the delectable food is one of my favorite things to do at Disney Springs. Plan a day or a week to sample treats at eight of my favorite sweet spots at Disney Springs!
(1) Amorette’s Patisserie
Even if you don’t buy anything, Amorette’s Patisserie is worth a visit. The entire bakery is impressive. In addition to a large selection of sweet treats, they also have sandwiches, crepes and beverages. It is a great place to pick up a treat for a special celebration as they have fun character cakes and more. You can also see the Disney cast members decorating many of the desserts. During the holiday season, they have an entire holiday village made out of gingerbread, chocolate and desserts. It’s impressive and should not be missed!
The Mickey Mousse and Dancing with Pavlova desserts are my favorite items from Amorette’s Patiesserie, but you really can’t go wrong with any of them.
Sweet crepes are always a good idea! Artisocrepes is a tasty stop on the path between The Lego Store and Rainforest Cafe. The Banana Chocolate Hazelnut Crepe is my favorite but I also love the Strawberries and Cream. Even the savory crepes are satisfying when you need a bite to eat. Artistocrepes has more limited hours than some of my other favorite sweet spots so make sure to check out their hours before planning a visit.
(3) Ghiradelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop
Ghiradelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop is a classic. After arriving at Disney Springs, you can immediately smell the melted chocolate and homemade ice cream. I wouldn’t be surprised if Disney pumps the scent of ice cream shop into the air around Disney Springs. The ice cream shop has some of my favorite ice cream sundaes. You can’t go wrong with any of them. Don’t forget to stop by the chocolate shop next door to sample their chocolate too!
The first time I tried a Sprinkles cupcake was at Disney Springs. They are worth the indulgence! My favorite flavors are Strawberry and the Banana. They also have tasty cookies and ice cream.
(5) The Ganachery
If I had to pick just one sweet spot in Disney Springs, it would be The Ganachery. It’s a small little shop near the Boathouse at Disney Springs. But don’t let it’s small size fool you. This little shop is packed with chocolate goodness. The chocolates are elegant, sophisticated and so delicious. I don’t ever leave Disney Springs without stopping here. The chocolates make great gifts so be sure to stop in!
(6) Goofy’s Candy Company
We never visit Walt Disney World without a stop at Goofy’s Candy Company. It is the ultimate Disney candy store with everything from chocolate covered apples to cupcakes, fudge and more. My personal favorite are the Mickey ear rice krispies covered in chocolate and m&ms. Save some for me, please!
(7) Vivoli il Gelato
One a hot day, Vivoli il Gelato is the perfect spot to grab a sweet treat. I always stop in for their speciality flavor and then walk down across the street to watch the Amphicars drive in and our of the water next to the Boathouse. It’s such a fun and unique experience!
(8) Joffrey’s Tea Traders Cafe
Joffrey’s coffee and tea is sold throughout Walt Disney World but Tea Traders Cafe at Disney Springs offers unique Disney latte art. They also have the largest and most decadent cinnamon roll donuts (pictured at the top of this post). Both are equally delicious and uniquely Disney.