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    I have been to the bakeries in Epcot's world showcase however, I would like to know if the French bakery as well as the Norway bakery will box your purchases into a bakers box if you ask them to do this? My family and I are going back to Disney in a month and we were wanting to take some of the pastries back to our hotel with us. I would also like to know if the Starring Rolls shop in Hollywood Studios would do this as well? We have never been to that little shop and we want to try some of their cupcakes and other items in September.

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    Re: Bakeries in the parks

    I love all of the bakeries. I would think that they do have boxes for your purchases. I would love to do the same.

    I wish Walt Disney World had a Jolly Holiday themed bakery too I can't wait to one day go to Disneyland's


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    I know the one in France will. We've had them do this for us before. I'm sure others would do the same. Another really good bakery that's not in a park is the one on the Boardwalk. They have the best eclairs:-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinker Britt
    I love all of the bakeries. I would think that they do have boxes for your purchases. I would love to do the same.

    I wish Walt Disney World had a Jolly Holiday themed bakery too I can't wait to one day go to Disneyland's
    My husband and I shared a cinnamon roll at the Jolly Holiday Bakery. I didn't really notice anything special about it. I miss the original bakery. I don't like the idea of changing the original Main street much. Just seems wrong.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGirl907 View Post
    My husband and I shared a cinnamon roll at the Jolly Holiday Bakery. I didn't really notice anything special about it. I miss the original bakery. I don't like the idea of changing the original Main street much. Just seems wrong.
    Oh that's a shame. I like the Mary Poppins theme but I see what you mean. I'm a very nostalgic person as well!


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    Quote Originally Posted by WeDVC2009
    I know the one in France will. We've had them do this for us before. I'm sure others would do the same. Another really good bakery that's not in a park is the one on the Boardwalk. They have the best eclairs:-)
    Thank you for the information. I want to go to the bakery on the Boardwalk but the rest of my family doesn't want to leave the parks. I have tried to get them to change their minds but it didn't work. That just means another trip to Disney



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