Donuts, Coffee, M&M’s: 2 New Sweet Shops at Disney Springs

by | Feb 12, 2021 | Disney Springs, WDW Blog, WDW Food, WDW News

It’s no secret that Disney Springs is a hub for all sorts of fun activities– from children to adults, daytime to night, there’s sure to be something for everyone. The two new shops at Disney Springs are no exception and have us experiencing a sugar overload!

Have we got your attention? For all things donuts and cold brews, you’ll want to check out Everglazed. Ready for chocolate delights? The M&M’s Store is your spot! 


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Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew

Exterior of the new Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew shop at Disney Springs

Photo by Sara Bryce

Recently opened, Everglazed offers homemade donuts and unique cold brew coffees daily, including indulgent flavors and photo-worthy treats.

Interior of the new Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew shop at Disney Springs

Photo by Sara Bryce

Apart from the sweet menu, Everglazed also offers a picturesque seating area and relaxed atmosphere perfect for sitting and staying awhile. 

"Donuts make us happy" sign in the seating area of the Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew shop

Photo by Sara Bryce

Location: Disney Springs West End, next to Splitsville Luxury Lanes

Menu Items: donuts, sandwiches, fries, coffees, and beers/seltzers 

Price Range: $4–$14

A selection of donuts at Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew

Photo by Sara Bryce

While we have not tried any Everglazed items yet, be sure to arrive early as items are made from scratch each day– but only in limited quantities. 

Guests are limited to ordering two dozen donuts in case you were planning on a bulk order. 

A selection of donuts at the new Everglazed Donuts & Coldbrew shop at Disney Springs

Photo by Sara Bryce

There is an impressive variety of drinks and treats, including a couple combos featuring a drink AND a donut.

Everglazed has also stated their menu will feature special holiday and seasonal offerings in the future. However, there are currently no gluten free options– though we are hopeful this will change in the future as they perfect their recipe!

The M&M’s Store at Disney Springs

The interior of the new M&M store at Disney Springs

Photo by Sara Bryce

Last week, M&M’s at Disney Springs opened the doors to its experiential store, which includes the Wall of Chocolate, larger than life M&M’s character moments, and the ability for guests to create their very own custom M&M’s candies. 

This store is truly something else, pairing shopping with personalized experiences– and of course, a whole lot of M&M’s!

All sorts of flavors are available at the M&M store

Photo by Sara Bryce

Location: Disney Springs West End, next to the NBA Experience 

As you enter the store, there is a variety of both branded Disney and M&M’s merchandise. Further along, you’ll find the iconic Wall of Chocolate comprised of different flavors, types, and, of course, colors. 

Whether it’s the “Mickey Mix” comprised of red, white, black and yellow M&M’s, or the “Coffee Nut” mix with coffee flavored pieces, I love that you can find unique items to take home and enjoy. 

Mugs, cups, and other M&M themed merchandise available in all sorts of colors at the M&M store

Photo by Sara Bryce

Taking unique souvenirs a step further, there is a customization area where guests can have words, symbols, or even their picture (!!) printed onto M&M’s. Take home your keepsake in a bag, or spring for a keepsake jar or vase to savor the sweets. 

For a special Disney touch, there are special icons you can choose to decorate your M&M’s like Disney Princesses, Spaceship Earth, and the Tower of Terror. The M&M’s Store truly takes personalization to the next level!

M&M themed T-shirts, Mugs, and other merchandise

Photo by Sara Bryce

Apart from the sweets, there is a wide variety of apparel, home decor, and miscellaneous items throughout the store. From a pillows and sweatshirts in your favorite color M&M, to a infant onesies and toys– this store has got you covered. 

The red and yellow m&ms thank customers in multiple languages at the M&M Store

Photo by Sara Bryce

One of my favorite details is towards the exit of the store, be sure to pay attention to the walls. You’ll find a timeline of different M&M’s styles throughout history! Whether you’re an M&M’s superfan or not, seeing how the styles have evolved is certainly cool!


We hope you enjoyed this photo walkthrough of both of the new sweet shops at Disney Springs! Which storefront are you most excited to visit on your next trip? Anything specific you’d like us to try in depth? Let us know over on our Facebook page!

A huge thank you to the Walt Disney Company and Disney Parks Blog for inviting us to visit these two new storefronts. All opinions are our own.


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Written by Sara Bryce

Written by Sara Bryce

Sara is an event coordinator and lifelong Disney fan lucky enough to be living in the theme park capital of the world! When she’s not reporting for WDW Magazine, you can find her shooting Disney style, planning her wedding (yay!), or reading a good book. For more about Sara, check out her Instagram and website.

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