9/14/15 Update: Menu updated.
Fountain View reopened as Epcot’s Starbucks location back in October of 2013. Before that, it served ice cream and sundaes.
It joins Main Street Bakery at Magic Kingdom as discussed here, in addition to Trolley Car Cafe at Hollywood Studios and Creature Comforts at Animal Kingdom.
Inside, there are two identical sides for ordering. Later in the evening, only one side may be open.
Like the other Disney World Starbucks locations, Fountain View is on the Dining Plan and breakfast sandwiches are available all day:
While you can’t use Starbucks Rewards points at any Disney Starbucks, your purchases do rack up reward points. All locations accept Starbucks gift cards and Starbucks mobile app payments.
Pricing should be similar to what you’d pay at any other Starbucks. All sizes, including grande and trenta, are available as a snack credit.
Powerade, Dasani, bottled Coca-Cola products, Minute-Maid, fruit, and other items are available in the case.
Most items are Starbucks, but others are “Disney,” including the Mickey cupcake and sugar cookie with Mickey sprinkles. I ordered a $2.79 Pumpkin Scone. It was a little dry and a little dense or exactly like most Disney pastries.
I am not a coffee drinker and have been to Starbucks outside of WDW a total of maybe three times, but my Venti Light Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino Blended Beverage was delicious and quite a bit of drink for about six dollars. I assert again that Starbucks has something for everyone, even if you want to be one of those people that “doesn’t like Starbucks coffee” as if they only make one thing.