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The "happiest place on earth" is about to get even better for coffee fans. Disneyland has announced that it's partnering with Starbucks to bring the store into its theme parks. First stop: Disneyland California Adventure.
Like all Disney stores, the coffee shop will be themed. It will be called the Fiddler, Fifer and Practical Cafe, after the characters in the Three Little Pigs. The cafe is set to be located near the park entrance and will be decorated with Spanish tiles, stained glass and dark wood paneling.
According to the Associated Press, the cups will be co-branded. In addition to the full Starbucks menu, the coffee chain said its stores may offer a "Mickey Mouse cookie or two."
No word on when the Seattle-based company is expanding to Disneyland's other five locations.