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Disneyland begins work to install bakery, expand dining locations on Main Street, USA

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Disneyland has begun work to install a new bakery on Main Street, USA, and will also expand several existing dining locations.

The Disney Parks Blog reports that the Jolly Holiday Bakery Café will open in January 2012, replacing the Annual Passport Processing Centre on the site of the Plaza Pavilion. The existing Blue Ribbon Bakery will then close, in order to make way for the expansion of adjacent dining locations.

The Carnation Café will undergo the biggest transformation, with the introduction of indoor seating. To enable this, it will close for refurbishment early in 2012, before reopening in the summer. The Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor will also be expanded, providing extra room for guests to purchase hand-dipped cones. The Candy Palace display kitchen, which allows guests to watch the creation of sweets, will also receive additional space. Both will reopen in spring 2012.

The work is part of an ongoing series of updates at the Disneyland Resort, which is currently investing $2.5 billion in a radical transformation of the neighboring Disney California Adventure park.

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