This counter service location is the place to go in Fantasyland for hot or cold drinks. They also serve a limited number of breakfast snack items.
- Location: On the Tomorrowland side of The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Date Opened: 1983
- Seating: Outdoor tables
- Service Type: Counter service
- Children's Meals: No
- Vegetarian Options: Yes
- Annual Pass Discount: No
- Sponsor: Minute Maid
- Reservations: No
Menu as of August, 2012
Assorted Cereals with Milk - $3.19
Muffin - $2.79
Whole Fruit - $1.29
Minute Maid Lemonade - $2.59
Minute Maid Orange Juice - $2.59
Lemonade Slush - $3.69
Raspberry Lemonade Slush - $3.69
Strawberry Punch - $2.59/$2.89
Iced Coffee - French vanilla, mocha or latte. $3.99
Nestle Hot Cocoa or Hot Tea - $2.09
Coffee (regular or decaf) - $2.09
SmartWater - $3.50
Dasani Bottled Water - $2.50
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At this location: This location has been in use at the park since 1973 when portrait artists set up shop under the name Fantasyland Art Festival. The Fantasyland Art Festival had existed for the first two years of the park's existence but in temporary quarters on the west side of Fantasyland. Eventually this permanent location was added on to the east side of Mr. Toad's Wild Ride (now The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh). Fantasyland Art Festival closed up shop for good in 1981 and the location reopened in 1983 as Enchanted Grove. In November 2011, the name changed from Enchanted Grove to Cheshire Café.
The Restaurant's History: This location has been a drinks counter since it opened in 1983. Sponsorship of this location was included in a 5-year extension with Florida Citrus Growers (a deal that also included Sunshine Tree Terrace). In 1986 the sponsorship relationship between Disney and Florida Citrus Growers ended.
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