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Shopping at Downtown Disney West Side

Candy Cauldron

Great theming, be sure to stop in and take a look!  It looks like a fairy tale dungeon, but it is full of sweets (especially jelly beans and fudge).   

Sunglass Icon

The store is designed like a small movie set.  Designer sunglasses galore -- some that are exact replicas of glasses worn by celebrities in recent films. This is a full-service eyewear boutique.

DisneyQuest Emporium

Inside DisneyQuest you can find DisneyQuest logo merchandise (which is not available elsewhere at Disney).


Created by Ron Hoy, first in Chicago and now at Downtown Disney West Side, Hoypoloi offers up a gallery full of art glass, ceramics, sculpture and other decorative items.

Magic Masters

Features a fireplace, a Victorian replica chandelier, cherry bookcases with old magic books and memorabilia and other items inspired by the library of Harry Houdini. The demonstrations (3 different ones) will last about 10 minutes. There is a Teaching Room where you can learn how to use the items you purchased and an Illusion Room where Pepper's Ghost will be demonstrated. Tricks start at $15.00. (The Wildhorse Saloon Store used to occupy this space.)


Interestingly enough, there are NO Disney magnets in this store.  You can find plenty of Warner Brother items, however.  Specialty refrigerator magnet shop with an assortment of collector-quality magnets. 

Pop Gallery

Original, artist-signed limited sculptures and paintings, high-end gift items. (This is located on the former site of the Guitar Gallery, which has relocated elsewhere in Orlando.)

Sosa Family Cigars

Premium cigar store features the art of hand-rolling cigars.  An authentic, solid cedar humidor room keeps the cigars fresh for a primo smoking experience.  You will find cigars that aren't common back home such as the very hard to get Opus X and Fuente Hemingways.   They will also ship any of the cigars EXCEPT the Opus X anywhere in the US.  A must stop for cigar aficionados. 


Restored jukeboxes, vintage Coca-Cola machines,  themed key chains, posters,  autographed celebrity photos and clothing can be found here.


Dining at Downtown Disney West Side

Bongos Cuban Cafe

Bongos Cuban Cafe

Restaurant created by Emilio and Gloria Estefan brings the sizzle of Miami's South Beach with Cuban cuisine and Latin rhythms. Seats 500, total area: 16,000 square feet.

Candy Cauldron

Candy Cauldron

Southern style sweets in an open candy kitchen. Planet Hollywood - Colorful three-floor-up-to-the-ceiling eatarena with famous movie memorabilia and a menu featuring sandwiches, pizza and steaks, and a store featuring themed merchandise. Restaurant seats 550.

Wetzel's Pretzels

Features fresh hand-rolled soft pretzels in a variety of flavors, fresh-baked pretzel dogs, Haagen-Dazs ice cream, fresh-squeezed lemonade and more.

Wolfgang Puck Cafe

Wolfgang Puck Cafe

Boldly colored, full-service restaurant featuring wood-fired pizzas and an array of classic Puck entrees. Restaurant seats 552, total area: 15,000 square feet.

House of Blues

Bringing a taste of Mississippi to Central Florida is house of blues.The menu boasts a wide variety of excellent Cajun food. The Gospel Brunch held here on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays is NOT to be missed.

Planet Hollywood

More famous for its owners than its food is Planet Hollywood, just outside of Pleasure Island. Standard fare is served (burgers, BBQ ribs, steak, chicken, pasta). Consistently rated one of the worst restaurants on Disney property. This restaurant is a classic example of an organization thinking their name means more than the quality of food they serve.

Entertainment at West Side



The ultimate interactive adventure. A 100,000-square-foot family entertainment environment which includes The Wonderland Cafe for desserts and drinks, and FoodQuest for quick-service dining. The DisneyQuest Emporium is a themed shopping experience.

Cirque du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil is a theatrical performance unlike anything you have experienced before. Clearly the best live entertainment venue in Orlando. Cirque du Soleil is not a traditional circus as the name implies. At Cirque du Soleil, you will not find any animals in the cast. Unlike other circuses, there are no dancing bears, lions leaping through hoops or elephants doing tricks. Rather, Cirque du Soleil is a completely immersive combination of circus and theatrical presentation combining elements of modern dance, staging, humor and acrobatic stunts.

AMC 24 Theatres

AMC 24 Theatres

24 separate auditoriums with stadium seating in 18 theaters for unobstructed viewing. Total area: 110,000 square feet.

House of Blues

Live music every night including blues, jazz, country and rock with Mississippi delta cuisine. World famous Gospel Brunch. Restaurant seats 400, music venue holds 2,000, total area: 33,000 square feet.