The Pretzel Guide to Disney World

If you love a savory and salty snack you should try a pretzel on your next Walt Disney World vacation. I love how shareable, filling, and delicious soft pretzels are. They happen to be a snack that I don’t think of in the “real world”, making them a special and delicious snack for a Disney vacation. If you are searching for the place to find pretzels during vacay this is for you. Read the pretzel guide to Disney World and find out where to find this snack in your favorite Park.


Germany Pavilion in World Showcase, EPCOT

Jumbo Pretzel

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After all, pretzels are quintessential German food, so why not start our pretzel quest in EPCOT’s World Showcase at the Germany pavilion? Drop by the quick-service location Sommerfest, in the Germany pavilion, located near Karamell-Küche and Biergarten Restaurant. You can snag a Jumbo Pretzel at Sommerfest for $10.29.

They even have a pretzel bread pudding on the menu for $4.79, this dessert will be one of the first EPCOT sweets I snatch up on my next Disney vacation. Pretzel bread pudding or the jumbo pretzel would pair well with a glass of Beck’s Pilsner beer.

Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

Norway Pavilion in World Showcase, EPCOT

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There is another iteration of pretzel that is well-loved in the World Showcase. Head a few countries back toward Mexico to snag this sweet pretzel from Norway! Take a beat, sit down, and enjoy a coffee and sweets at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in the Norwegian Pavilion in EPCOT’s World Showcase.

This menu is full of traditional baked sweets from Norway, but we are shining the spotlight on Kringla Sweet Pretzels. For only $6.29 you can enjoy this pretzel-shaped pastry covered in toppings like chocolate or almonds. Pair this sweet pretzel with a Joffrey’s Coffee for a yummy snack combo!

Wetzel’s Pretzels

Disney Springs West Side


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Yummy pretzel offerings are not limited to the Disney Parks. Wetzel’s Pretzels at Disney Springs offers a great menu of pretzel offerings to match your preferences and cravings. Wetzel’s Pretzels is a stand in the West Side of Disney Springs that offers American quick-service snack options. I love this spot because you can snag a traditional soft and salty pretzel at this stand, and the menu includes so many options.

If you are looking for a classic, order a Wetzel’s Original Pretzel for $5.99. I always recommend snagging a dipping sauce (or two) to pair with your pretzel. For only $1.99 each, you can purchase dipping sauces like cheddar cheese, jalapeño cheese, sweet caramel, pizza sauce, or sweet glaze to pair with your snack.

If it’s cheese you are craving, look no further than a baked cheese pretzel. You can choose from options like cheese meltdown, pepperoni twist, jalaroni, or jalapeño cheese for $7.99 each. Sweet pretzel seekers should try a flavored pretzel in sinful cinnamon or almond crunch for $6.99.


Prince Eric’s Village Market

Fantasyland, Magic Kingdom

Prince Eric's Vilage Market

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If you want a pretzel to be part of your world, er, Park day in the Magic Kingdom, head to Fantasyland to snag a pretzel from Prince Eric’s Village Market. Located at the back of Fantasyland near Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid, you’ll find this magical quick service snack stand.

Order a Jumbo Soft Pretzel for $10.29 or a Jumbo Soft Pretzel with Cheese for $11.29. A pretzel would pair well with the delectable and highly Instagramable frozen blue raspberry slushy for $4.99.


The Lunching Pad

Tomorrowland, Magic Kingdom

Cream Cheese Warm Stuffed Pretzel

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Our next pretzel snack is located in Tomorrowland at The Lunching Pad. This spot is expertly placed under the Astro Orbiter and The PeopleMover. We love kicking back on the adorable multicolored stools to cool off in the shade and enjoy snacks from this menu. This menu is full of hearty options like chicken wings and foot-long hot dogs, but it also has snack options like Mickey Pretzels for $7.19. You know, I’m a sucker for anything Mickey-shaped, so a Mickey Pretzel is always a must-eat on Disney vacations.

However, The Lunching Pad makes this pretzel all-star list because of the Cream Cheese Warm Stuffed Pretzel. This sweet snack is as delicious as it sounds. Think rich and fluffy sweet cream cheese piped into a doughty, fluffy, and yeasty soft pretzel. A little of this goes a long way, so it’s perfect for sharing with your Park pals and only comes in at $6.79.


Baseline Tap House

Grand Avenue, Hollywood Studios

BaseLine Tap House

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Hollywood Studios does not get enough attention for the great eats up for grabs in this Park. From table service dining to quick eats, snacks, to cocktails, there are some delicious options at Hollywood Studios. In fact, one of my favorite places to enjoy a gourmet bite and brew on a Park day is Baseline Tap House in Hollywood Studio’s – Grand Avenue. Well known for charcuterie boards and delicious beer, this is a great place to break from the heat and hang out.

This quick service spot also boasts a delicious Bavarian Pretzel for $9.00. It comes with spicy mustard and a beer cheese dipping sauce that amps up the flavor even more.  This snack is a perfect on-the-go choice for those hungry and en route to Toy Story Land or headed to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. This pretzel would be great to share with your Park crew over a brew during a mid-afternoon visit to the Hollywood Studios.

Related: Think you can’t dine on $50 a day in Hollywood Studios? Think again!

Anaheim Produce

Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Studios

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If you are looking for the OG that original Mickey-shaped pretzel that ranks among iconic Disney snacks, you should stop by Anaheim Produce on Hollywood Studio’s Sunset Boulevard. Anaheim Produce specializes in grab-and-go food like fruit, bottled water, hot dogs, and other snacks. This is a great lunch stop if you are looking to purchase and share some small snacks or entrées. This covered dining space also provides a great place to break from the heat and rehydrate.

You can snag other classic Disney World eats like Churros with a chocolate dipping sauce for only $6.39 or a Mickey Premium Bar for $5.99. On hot days, I love buying a Minute Made Frozen Strawberry Lemonade for $5.59. Still, the Mickey Pretzel served with a melty cheese sauce for $7.19 is hard to beat!

Pongu Pongu

Pandora – The World of Avatar, Animal Kingdom

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park has some great pretzel spots too. If you are in Harambe, check out Harambe Fruit Market to snag a Mickey-shaped pretzel ($7.19 with cheese sauce). Still, our pretzel pick at Animal Kingdom can be found at Pongu Pongu in Pandora – The World of Avatar.

The Na’vi-sized Pretzel is one large snack that pretzel lovers will adore. This massive pretzel comes in at $11.29 and is served with a beer cheese sauce that will make your mouth water. This huge pretzel pairs well with a frosty Night Blossom drink and is the perfect snack between attractions like Na’vi River Journey and Flight of Passage!


I hope this guide helps you get your salty and sweet pretzel fix on your next trip to the Most Magical Place on Earth. Happy snacking!

About Katie Chapman

Hey There! I am a Georgia native with a passion for writing, traveling, cooking, decorating, pugs and of course all things Disney. Growing up in South Georgia just a few hours from Walt Disney World made for a magical childhood. Some of my best memories were made on Main Street U.S.A. with my sister watching SpectroMagic nighttime parade or beside my grandparents, parents and extended family at Chef Mickey’s celebrating on a family vacation. Epcot was my favorite park from a young age and I credit it with my interest in and love for international travel. As a kid I loved meeting characters and watching films around World Showcase and could spend hours exploring each of the countries in Epcot. These days, my husband and I get away to explore a new country whenever we can and even incorporate trips to The Disney Store and Disney Parks around the world in our travels. One of our travel goals is to visit every Disney Park in the world. I love writing about Disney restaurants, park tips, Disney outfit inspiration and Disney history. Pocahontas is my favorite Disney Princess (90s kid here!) but Mr. Toad is my spirit animal. When I’m not at Disney I’m reading about park history, watching Disney documentaries and shopping vintage Disney merch for park outfits. I never pass up a reservation to Ohana, an empty seat on Living with the Land or a Violet Sake.