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The Fourth Decade: 2000s


Arribas Brothers:  New name for Eurospain.

The Art of Disney

Basin:  Near the former Discover store and replaced Generation BeneFITS.  Basin is also located on the second level of the Grand Floridian.

Beautifully Disney:  One of the original Marketplace Co-Op shops that opened June 6, 2014, it was replaced by the WonderGround Gallery in July of 2014.

D Street:  A shop that sold clothing and Vinylmation that was open from April 16, 2010 to December of 2015.  It later became Star Wars Galactic Outpost.

Disney TAG (Travel-Accessories-Gear): Replaced Zoey & Pickles in the Marketplace Co-Op on March 11, 2016.  The space later became Disney Tails.

Disney Tails: This shop for pet accessories shared space with Pooh Corner and Goofy’s Candy company in the former location of Summer Sands, The City and Resortwear Unlimited.  This was also the same building that Posh Pets had been located in during the 1970s.  It opened July 1, 2004 and closed in 2007 to be replaced by Mickey's Mart.  In 2018 it became a shop inside the Marketplace Co-Op in Disney Springs.

Disney’s Days of Christmas:  Located in the previous location of Team Mickey Athletic Club.

Disney’s Pin Traders: Located in the former Captain’s Tower, this pin trading location opened in July of 2002.

Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories: Located in the former 2R’s Reading and Riting space, this shop focused on scrapbooks.

Goofy’s Candy Co.:  Shared space the  Pooh Corner building, former home of Summer Sands, The City and Resortwear Unlimited.

Mickey’s Mart:  A “$10 or less” store.  There had previously been a store with the same name in Tomorrowland in the Magic Kingdom.  It later was known as Mickey’s Star Traders.

Mickey’s Pantry:  Located near the Earl of Sandwich and in the former Gourmet Pantry/Goofy's Candy Co. location, it opened on April 15, 2005 and sold home and kitchen goods.  It lasted until November 15, 2019 and became The Spice & Tea Exchange.

Once Upon a Toy:  Sponsored by Hasbro.  

Pooh Corner: Located near the former Summer Sands, The City and Resortwear Unlimited, this shop took over part of Disney Tails on November 24, 1997 and closed January 5, 2011.  

Summer Sands:  Relocated near Arribas Brothers and Team Mickey Athletic Club.  In 2009 it was replaced by Tren-D.

Team Mickey Athletic Club: Relocated to former Mickey’s Character Shop area.

The Trophy Room:  A  Marketplace Co-Op store that opened June 6, 2014 and was replaced by Twenty-Eight & Main on November 6, 2015.

Zoey & Pickles:  This Marketplace Co-Op shop lasted from June 6, 2014 until March 11, 2016 and was replaced by Disney TAG (Travel-Accessories-Gear).


Cap’n Jack’s Restaurant:  The name was changed from Cap’n Jack’s Oyster Bar on February 20, 2000.  It closed on August 17, 2013.

Earl of Sandwich:  Located on the site of the former Gourmet Pantry

Fulton’s Crab House:  Formerly the Empress Lilly

Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop:  Near the former Goofy’s Grill.

Planet Hollywood: Opened December 18, 1994.  Later renovated and called Planet Hollywood Observatory.

Portobello Counrty Italian Trattoria:  Replaced by Terralina Crafted Italian on June 28, 2018.

Rainforest Cafe:  A second location appeared in 1998  at Animal Kingdom.

Wolfgang Puck Express:  Near the former Minnie Mia’s restaurant.

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