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Boardwalk Candy Palace

Hosted by Nestle company, it offers a wide variety of homemade and handmade candies.

Cable Car Bake Shop

Themed after the city by the bay (San Francisco), this shop sells a wide range of baked goods as well as breakfast and lunch items.

Casey's Corner

This shop sells hot dogs, burgers and drinks. The theme is American baseball with lots of team photos, equipment and so on decorating the walls. A piano player also provides evening entertainment.

The Coffee Grinder

Located in Discovery Arcade, this shop sells a wide range of coffees and teas, along with small baked goods on the side.

Cookie Kitchen

Soft drinks, cookies, muffins and brownies are all available here, most of them very tempting.

The Ice Cream Company

Sponsored by Nestle, it offers a variety of ice cream flavors.

The Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlour

Decorated like an old style ice cream parlor complete with pastel wallpaper and bright tablecloths. Ice cream and related treats are sold.

Market House Deli

Made up to look like an old country store, this store sells a variety of hot and cold sandwiches along with all of the fixings. Drinks and baked goods are also sold here.

Plaza Gardens

Plaza Gardens Restaurant

The decor of this restaurant is luxurious, with a real old Victorian feel. It is a self service type facility, and has a real friendly spirit. It does tend to get crowded at meal time. Steaks, fish, salads and grilled chicken top the menu with a range of wonderful desserts including chocolate mouse and meringues.

Victoria's Home-style Restaurant

Made up to look like an old boarding house, the fare is family style, with beef, chicken, salads and other basic sold.

Walt's Restaurant Greeters
Greeting customers at Walt's

Walts - An American Restaurant

The entrance is in the style of what one would expect from a luxury hotel and sets the tone for the rest of the restaurant. The ground floor is split into several rooms, each decorated with classical Disney memorabilia. The most wondrous part of the restaurant however is the upper floor. Each of the dining rooms is themed to one of the lands of the park. The feel is very real and the service superb. This is not a cheap place to eat, but is worth a treat from time to time.

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