The Top 10 Experiences at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

6. Order the Kitchen Sink

Toward the end of the strip of shops on Main Street U.S.A., as you approach Cinderella Castle, you’ll find a quaint little ice cream shop—tiny, but bustling with Guests eager to get their ice cream fix for the day. In the summer, lines wind out of the shop and onto the walkway in front of it. The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor has all kinds of frosty cold treats available, but for an experience unlike any other, step up to the counter and order the “Kitchen Sink.” Mickey’s Kitchen Sink includes just about everything but the kitchen sink in this larger-than-life ice cream experience. It comes in a souvenir plastic sink that looks like Mickey’s trademark red pants and yellow buttons, with a faux faucet and Mickey Mouse gloves as the faux hot and cold water handles. Inside the sink, however, is a frozen feast fit for a king. Hot fudge, caramel syrup and strawberry sauce top generous scoops of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry ice cream. But they aren’t finished there! Sprinkled on top of this unscalable mountain of calories are chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, cherries and other goodies! No exaggeration—Mickey’s Kitchen Sink can easily handle the spoons of two to four family members (or friends), so grab your favorite people and get over to The Plaza for your turn to try this legendary Main Street ice cream treat. Be sure to come hungry and don’t plan too much strenuous activity afterward!