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Disney has revealed that Starbucks coffee locations will be installed at all of its major US theme parks, with the first due to open at Disney California Adventure this summer.

The company has moved to calm fans' fears that the Starbucks outlets will be identical to those elsewhere in the country, claiming that each will be themed to fit in with its surroundings. Some are set to be housed inside existing dining locations, with Starbucks coffee being sold alongside own-brand Disney items.

The first Starbucks outlet will be located on Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure, which is due to open to the public on June 15, 2012. It will be housed inside the Fiddler, Fifer and Practical cafe, which will sell Starbucks drinks, sandwiches and pastries alongside a variety of other items.

Further Starbucks locations are set to be installed at Disneyland, the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Details and opening dates for the coffee outlets at these parks are yet to be revealed.

Are you happy about Starbucks coming to Disney's parks, or do you prefer the existing coffee outlets? Let us know by leaving a comment below.



I am so happy being from Seattle i will be able to get a good mocha or iced beverage when i travel to Disney Parks. Last time i was there they poured boiling hot coffee over the ice which melted it and handed me the coffee. I told them i didnt want a watered down coffee that i wanted an iced coffee. They said oh you must be from seattle. That made me laugh but kinda rude at the same time.

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