Disney Springs® is an all-day event. From shopping to dining, entertainment, and everything in between, you’ll need a lot of energy to get from World of Disney to West Side without missing anything.
So, you’ll want to fuel up early.
Start your day at Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew. Tucked behind AMC Theaters® by Splitsville, Everglazed should be your first stop post-parking. Though it’s off the beaten path, those in-the-know will visit early in the day to avoid long lines. Plus, doughnuts are fried fresh in the mornings, so the earlier you go, the fresher the bite.
If this is your first time, you can either download the mobile menu from a QR code while you wait in line, or let your heart guide you when you reach the counter — there’s a massive wall of vibrant doughnuts behind the registers.
LET’S TALK FLAVORS
Doughnut flavors cater to both lovers of the classics and those seeking an adventurous order. Classics, priced at $4.50, include Chef’s Cake, Fruity Pebbles, chocolate iced, glazed, vanilla iced with sprinkles, strawberry iced with sprinkles, and purple glazed ube.
Popular generously topped options from “The Funky Bunch” include the Cookies & Cream (vanilla iced donut, OREO® Cookie pieces, vanilla frosting, topped with a whole OREO® Cookie), Cinnamon Toast Crunch (cinnamon iced donut, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, cream cheese frosting, dusted with cinnamon sugar), and the Butterscotch Caramel Craze (caramel iced donut, butterscotch chips, caramel corn).
I opted for the Brooklyn Blackout per the recommendation of the cashier, which was a chocolate glazed donut with chocolate icing, mini chocolate chips, chocolate buttercream, chocolate wafer cookies.
PAIR IT WITH A COFFEE
To ensure my gourmet chocolate doughnut wouldn’t feel lonely, I ordered a chocolate mocha cold brew coffee, which came mixed with milk, chocolate and coffee syrups, and a fluffy whipped cream topping. Other cold brew concoctions include peppermint mocha, vanilla hazelnut, salted caramel, and cinnamon bun. $6.50 each.
If you’re solely visiting for the photo-worthiness of the treat, I’d recommend ordering from the “Donut Shop Toppers” portion of the menu, where your doughnut will be served atop a coffee cup. There are five combos available now, and flavors continuously rotate. $9+ each.
There’s even spiked coffees, if you’re visiting later in the day and need a pick-me-up. One of the most popular is the “Glazed and Confused” (cold brew, rum cordial, vanilla and coffee syrups, glazed cream, whipped cream), served with a maple bacon doughnut for $14. Spiked drinks are $10+.
Whether you’re craving a quick bite or a doughnut-and-coffee-themed adventure, Everglazed is a must-try when at Disney Springs. Check out this video for a sneak peek.