Blue Ribbon Bakery

Written by Werner Weiss. Posted in Disney, Disney History, Disney Parks, Features, Werner Weiss

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Published on January 17, 2013 at 9:21 pm with 7 Comments

When it’s morning at Yesterland and you want coffee and a buttery pastry or melt-in-your-mouth muffin, just head halfway up Yester Main Street, U.S.A. to the Blue Ribbon Bakery.

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  1. I loved the Blue Ribbon Bakery. Although the Jolly Holiday Bakery is also really great. It’s a tradition to stop there before we leave whenever I anymore. A grilled cheese, hot chocolate, and a cookie to take home. (Ok, the cookie never makes it home…) But I have many good memories of stopping in at the Blue Ribbon too.

  2. I used to work there! was a great place to work with great people. Can’ t wait to see the new changes.

  3. I also used to work inside the Blue Ribbon Bakery, good times, and a constant line, which meant job security! Will never forget that summer of 2005 as Disneyland celebrated its 50th.

  4. Loved the Blue Ribbon Bakery, but expanded seating for Carnation Cafe and the Jolly Holiday Bakery were a fair trade-off.

  5. Miss the Blue Ribbon. But, I too like the new Jolly Holiday just fine.

    That old brass espresso machine was stunning.

  6. I always find these Yester Main Street Locale switcheroos so confusing :P

  7. I haven’t been to the new bakery, but I do miss the old blue ribbon bakery. We also would stop off there before leaving the park, lots of great memories and a few extra pounds too. Everything was always so good.!