Moments ago we reported Goofy’s Candy Company has just reopened in the Disney Springs Marketplace!
But another spot to grab a Mickey Krispy Treat, Caramel Apple, or other sugary delight has just reopened on Disney Springs’ West Side! That’s right — Candy Cauldron is back, you guys! Let’s go check it out!
Candy Cauldron reopened to the public today and boy how we missed this place! Just like Goofy’s, the shop is operating with a limited capacity of only seven guests allowed in at a time, making this one very V.I.P. experience in Disney World!
Don’t worry, though! If a lot of folks show up at once, Candy Cauldron can utilize the new virtual queue system meaning a Cast Member will take your name and number and text you when it’s your turn to gorge! Since there wasn’t a wait today, we walked right in and up to the bakery case where social distancing markers have now been placed.
Candy Cauldron isn’t making anything fresh right now, but they’re filling their cases with freshly-baked goods that are being delivered to them each day. They still had a decent selection of yummy treats to choose from although there isn’t as much of a variety!
They’re also still selling their regular selection pre-packaged candies as well as their bulk candy offerings! Cotton candy, popcorn, cookies — you name it, they GOT IT!
And if you want to dig into your confections right away, Candy Cauldron also provides hand sanitizer for its guests!
Disney Springs is certainly starting to look and feel a lot more like its old self now that places like Candy Cauldron are back up, bubbling and brewing once more! Stay tuned to see what other spots have reopened!
Which candy shop at Disney Springs do you prefer — Goofy’s or Candy Cauldron? Cast your vote in the comments below!
From our friends at www.disneyfoodblog.com
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