I never know about you men, but there is something about the Key Road Confectionery that is so superb to me. Strolling up to the candy situation and viewing all of those people stunning, handmade treats delivers me ideal back again to my childhood times of purchasing freshly-made saltwater taffy by the shores of both the Oregon coast or Coney Island. Anything from the shop’s signage to the decal on the window is just so whimsical.
I never essentially even need to have to acquire something even though I’m in the store, but just to stroll into what feels like a distinctive planet, a extra leisurely environment, a bygone period that doesn’t exist any longer in the serious earth – it creates a feeling within me that nothing at all else can.
From the pastel hues to the stunning crown molding all about, it’s just swoon-deserving. So much, we have only been given a glimpse of the improvements from the lengthy refurbishment which incorporates a big wall of colourful M&Ms – that’s why the partnership with MARS, but I really like what I have seen so considerably. Most of all, I’m thrilled that guests will even now be able to walk up and watch the sweet makers build their lovely sweets and treats!
Is a visit to the Primary Road Confectionery a will have to-do on your Magic Kingdom day?
Though we’re chatting about Main Street, U.S.A., you may don’t forget that the Major Road Confectionery was quickly marketing their sweets and treats inside of the Main Road Cinema all through the refurbishment, but we noticed this early morning that anything new is finding completely ready to make its debut in that space! What is behind that blue curtain?!! Maybe products from the Disney Vault?
Also, can we discuss about the reality that the artwork shown alongside the curtain shows an Orange Chook character? I believe we would all collectively get rid of our minds if we could have a [socially-distanced] character conversation with him! I’m truly digging these classic vibes and am hoping for a lot more of it.