Enchanted Cottage Sweets & Treats | Disneyland

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Enchanted Cottage Sweets & Treats was a delightful destination nestled in the heart of Disneyland’s Fantasyland, operating from 2004 until 2012. This quaint eatery was a part of the original Fantasy Faire area, offering guests an assortment of sweets and treats that complemented the magical surroundings of the park. Located near the Fantasyland Theatre, it served as a perfect spot for visitors to grab a quick snack before or after enjoying a show or exploring the whimsical attractions nearby.

The menu at Enchanted Cottage Sweets & Treats featured a variety of confections, including traditional baked goods, candies, and specialty items inspired by Disney characters and stories. From mouth-watering pastries to delectable chocolates, each treat was crafted to add a touch of enchantment to every visitor’s day. The cottage itself exuded a fairy-tale charm, with its Bavarian-inspired architecture and decor that seamlessly blended into the fantasy theme of its surroundings.

Although Enchanted Cottage Sweets & Treats has since closed, its spirit lives on through the memories of those who experienced its magic. The space has been reimagined as the Troubadour Tavern, continuing the tradition of offering delightful snacks and refreshments to guests. The evolution of this space reflects Disneyland’s commitment to creating new experiences while cherishing the nostalgia and history of its past attractions.

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