Fancy Cakes Now Available at Epcot & Downtown Disney

June 14, 2011

I’ve just confirmed that the Yacht & Beach Club Bakery will now deliver cakes to restaurants inside Epcot and at Downtown Disney. This is a big deal because the bakeries that normally service these locations cannot do anything fancier than a screen-printed cake and, at certain Epcot locations, only offer whipped cream-covered cakes (the horror!!!). I frequently see people asking on the DIS Boards’ unwieldy Official Cake Chatter Thread how they can get a cake like the one they saw at the Contemporary Resort or the Grand Floridian at some Epcot restaurant, and the answer has always been that they can’t. But now, by calling Private Dining at the Yacht & Beach Club (407-934-3105), they can have their dream cake and eat it at Le Cellier too!

The bakery can also deliver to most restaurants at Downtown Disney, even those not owned by Disney. They just need to make arrangements with the restaurant first, so call to see if the spot you want participates.

The Yacht & Beach Club Bakery has been turning out good-looking fondant-covered cakes for a while now, but until recently they required you to order at least a 10-inch cake if you wanted these fancy decorations. However, they now have the capability to do 6-inch and 8-inch fancy cakes for those with smaller groups and budgets.

For complete information and FAQs on ordering cakes at Walt Disney World, check out my updated tutorial How to Special-Order a Cake at Walt Disney World. There’s also information on cake options at Disneyland at the bottom of the page. Or check out the updated list of Walt Disney World Cake Options By Location.

The tyranny of the whipped cream-covered cake has ended!

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

shoshanna June 14, 2011 at 3:14 PM

life has changed as we know it

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lurkyloo June 14, 2011 at 3:28 PM

Seriously! ….OK, maybe only for me… ;)

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Elizabeth June 15, 2011 at 7:27 AM

CAAAAAAAAAAAAKE!

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lurkyloo June 15, 2011 at 8:20 AM

And how! :D

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