Disney shows off new concept art for Everglazed Donuts

New shop opening soon at Disney Springs

Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew coming soon to Disney Springs (Disney Parks Blog)

ORLANDO, Fla – Walt Disney World shared new concept art Tuesday for its new and upcoming Everglazed Donuts and cold brew shop.

The Everglazed Donut shop is currently under construction at the old Pop Gallery, in between Splitsville Luxury Lanes and the AMC DINE-IN Disney Springs 24 theater.

Disney said on its blog that the design of the sweet spot will have a unique spin on a classic donut shop featuring graphic pops of color, iconic signage, and a beautiful outdoor seating area in the “donut garden.”

Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew coming soon to Disney Springs (Disney Parks Blog)

Earlier this month, Disney Springs shared a photo on Facebook of some of the donuts the shop will be offering. The donuts appear to be topped with every concoction you can think of such as traditional sprinkles, Oreos, Pebbles and Fruit Loop cereal and Reese’s peanut butter cups.

We’re sharing a first look at a few of the delicious donuts you'll find from Everglazed Donuts opening soon at #DisneySprings. 🍩

Posted by Disney Springs on Thursday, October 1, 2020

“The humble donut has truly become a global phenomenon. The fried circle of dough is a simple concoction with the ability to showcase chef-inspired flavors and toppings,” says Guy Revelle, co-owner of Everglazed.

Disney said the business will specialize in hand-crafted donuts, cold brew lattes and coffee cocktails and sweet sandwich bites.

An opening date has not been announced yet, but the signage on the outside of the building says “glazing soon.”

Everglazed Donuts at Disney Springs (WKMG-TV)

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