Refreshment Corner

Refreshment Corner, or Coke Corner as it is more commonly known, can be a calm spot to relax towards the end of the day and provides decent seating for the current fireworks show. The menu is simple, with hot dogs, chili bowls, and drinks. Another draw is the ragtime piano players who perform in the afternoon and evenings for whoever happens to be around, often drawing a large crowd.

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  • Location: On the left side of Main Street as you reach the Central Plaza Shares the same interior space with several stores and dining locations.
  • Date Opened:
  • Seating: Plenty of outdoor seating immediately outside the restaurant, with additional seating on the patio of the Plaza Pavilion. A handful of indoor tables (some against a long padded bench) are highly coveted during hot summer days.
  • Service Type: Counter service
  • Children's Meals: Turkey dog/Kid's Power Pack
  • Vegetarian Options: Filled pretzels, chips
  • Annual Pass Discount: 15% off for Premium; 10% off for all other levels
  • Sponsor: Coca-Cola
  • Reservations: No
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Menu as of February, 2014


Hot dogs Include sliced apples or a small bag of chips.

Hot Dog - $6.29
Chili Cheese Hot Dog - $6.99
Mac & Cheese Dog - Topped with bacon bits. $7.29
Chicago Dog - All-beef hot dog with sweet relish, pepperoncini, pickle spear, red onions and tomato.  $7.19
Pulled Pork Hot Dog - $7.79

Hearty Chili in a Sourdough Bread Bowl - Topped with cheddar cheese. $9.59

Kid's Meals

Kid's Turkey Dog Meal -  Served with sliced apples and carrots.  $6.49

Kid's Mickey Check Meal

- Meets Disney nutrition guidelines for complete meals without substitutions

Kid's POWER Pack  - With string cheese, Dannon® Danimals® Yogurt, sliced apples, and Whole-Grain "fish" crackers chips and soda available upon request. $5.99


"Mickey Mouse" Pretzel - $3.69
Jalapeno Cheese-filled Pretzel - $3.69
Cream Cheese-filled Pretzel - $3.69
Large Bag of Chips - $2.99


Assorted Fountain Beverages - $3.19 / $3.49
Hot Cocoa - $2.79
Coffee - Regular or decaffeinated. $2.79
Low-fat Milk - $1.79
Travel Mug - Includes coffee or hot cocoa at time of purchase. $6.29

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Average Reviewer Rating: 3.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 5
Number of Refreshment Corner Reviews: 7
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3.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.0   July, 2007
Reviewer: SLG Seattle, Washington     July 22, 2007
The Coke corner's hot dogs are pretty good, but don't come here if you aren't willing to wait in a VERY long line! I would just go to the yummy corn dog cart across the street! You get a GIANT corn dog and a bag of chips for, like, $5.50! The Coke corner is not really woth it, honestly!!!!
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2.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.0   5 May 2005
Reviewer: Deanclan Shelton, WA     May 16, 2005
I feel robbed after reading other's reviews!! I about died when I paid 5.16 for a small hot dog and small snack pack of chips. 2.76 for a medium soda? Without a character straw? Pretzels were really rubbery and the LINE was to just make one crazy. It took us almost 45 minutes to get up there, 2 people were working and it took another 15-20 mintues to get the food out. I didn't hear anyone playing a piano infact don't even remember seeing it. I have to assume it's the same place because it was connected to the candy store and had a nice area out back to eat. For us, my 5 year old was happy with hot dog and chips, 20 minutes later the 8 and 11 year old were "hungery" again. I didn't eat much as I couldn't do the pretzel I got and husband never complain's about food unless he's hospitolized over it.. :) I wouldn't have eaten there again.
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4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   April 26, 2005
Reviewer: kuusimo Gilbert, Arizona     May 14, 2005
My family ate here for lunch one day. My sister wanted to get a soup bread bowl. We tried over by New Orleans Square, but nothing was opened. My boys love hot dogs, so we stopped here to get them one for lunch. They have chili here in bread bowls! We got two chili bread bowls, a foot long chili dog (husbands favorite) and a footlong to split for my boys. Total came to $28.00. The food was good. It sure filled all of us up.
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History and Trivia - Hide Section

In 2009 most locations at the Disneyland Resort switched from an all-beef hot dog to a "premium" dog that is 60% beef / 40% chicken, and reportedly about 25% smaller.

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