Following the Marketplace Co-Op/Tren-D update, we’ll continue on to Mickey’s Pantry, World of Disney, and whatever that Star Wars store is called that’s currently occupying D-Street.
Mickey’s Pantry is connected to Earl of Sandwich in the Marketplace section. The store has stocked mostly forgettable merchandise for the last few years, but I really like the current offerings.
Not enough to buy any of it. But if I was in the market for pink measuring cups I’m just saying these would be on my short list.
The salt and pepper shakers on the left are $9.99 each and this cookie jar is made of a heavier dolomite (kind of ceramic-like) for $44.95.
All of these items are available via the Shop Disney Parks app. If you open it up, slide over to the right where the pictures are and scroll down a bit until you see “home decor.” You don’t want to select it from the text categories or you’ll end up with a list of like 1,800 items. Otherwise, search for “shakers” for the salt and pepper shakers. They will not show up if you search for “salt shaker” or anything else.
These are found under “canisters” for $17.95, which seems like a decent value. They won’t show up if you search for “jar” or “cookie” or anything else. Has to be “canisters.”
A few of these closeups are from Mouse Gear at Epcot or World of Disney. These kitchen items should be widely available as most items are these days.
Pro-tip aspiring Disney bloggers: You always want to double check to make sure you include the ‘r’ in “Mickey’s Pantry.” It’s the sort of thing that spellcheck won’t pick up on and can really ruin a blog like this one otherwise trying to engage in family based treats.
The Pantry also has an interesting collection of local spices and teas and such.
World of Disney:
There is a yuge push to sell these $79.95 Castle Play Sets, which then have a variety of add-ons you can “elect” to purchase. It is kind of fun because some of the traditionally underrepresented princesses and other characters have sets. Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, and more are available in addition to the usual. There’s even a Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
They were pushing the play sets so hard that it was kind of like Costco as they had them set up around the store with cast members showing them off only nothing was free. So maybe more like a Cutco presentation that you didn’t sign up for and want to keep your kids away from because they’re knives and you probably don’t want to haul this castle set back to Fort Wayne.
Phone manufacturers invest billions in making their phones as thin as possible only for some guy to attach this phone case with a plastic Minnie Mouse that protrudes an inch out of the back.
Okay it’s cute.
But why. I feel like something should happen to people that use this case. Like they shouldn’t be allowed to vote.
Or maybe they have to wear this $150 shirt.
Star Wars D-Street…sorry…”Star Wars Galactic Outpost:”
Like most everything else, Star Wars has taken over D-Street in its entirety. Very little of it is unique to the theme parks and there isn’t much use in trying to keep up with what’s available, but here are a few pictures from around town:
When everything you wear is Star Wars but your wife makes you dress up for dinner at Yachtsman.
In case it gets chilly, you always want to be prepared.
Like Tren-D, a lot of this stuff is licensed out. This is “Junk Food” brand and sort of clever.
At World of Disney:
At Mouse Gear at Epcot:
I have a couple hundred more pictures of stuff and the jokes are only going to get worse.