Add Some Fruity Goodness To Your Disney Springs Visit With This Treat from Yesake
Though Disney is shutting down for a couple of weeks due to the Coronavirus, the parks remain open through end of day tomorrow and Disney Springs remain open indefinitely. For those heading to Disney World’s downtown shopping district, be sure to head over to Yesake where they serve up the most delectable, delicious drinks.
Each of the incredible beverages on offer are perfect for sipping as you stroll, window shop or take in some of the awesome entertainment. However, we may just have a new favorite.- The Melon Cream Slush.
Check out the official Disney Springs tweet:
New season, new slush! Try the refreshing Melon Cream Slush topped with a sweet popping top at @yesakeorl.🍹 pic.twitter.com/oluOUTZRma
— Disney Springs (@DisneySprings) March 12, 2020
This drink is an absolute ray of sunshine during a rather uncertain time! It comes with sweet and delicious boba pearls as well as sweet popping at the top!
Also, bring your appetites to for delicious street food like the Chicken Bun filled with sweet Teriyaki Chicken as well as one of their incredible Poke Bowls, we recommend the Sukiyaki Beef. And as the name suggests you’ll also find some delicious sake-inspired cocktails!
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