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Film and Glow Kiosk: It sold film and camera accessories. It also carried glow merchandise at night. It was later was a Photo Express drop-off point.
Mickey's Mart: It sold Disney souvenirs and was sponsored by Coppertone Sun-Care products. It closed on June 27, 1991 and is now known as Mickey's Star Traders. This was the shop that passengers riding the WEDway PeopleMover would be able to look down at as they passed the windows up above. The shop was remodeled once Stitch's Great Escape opened. The following are pictures of the figures that were removed during remodeling. Downtown Disney at one point had a "$10 or less" store in the early 2000's that was also called Mickey's Mart.
Skyway Station Shop: It sold Disney souvenirs.
Space Place: It carried cameras, film and accessories, candy, Florida T-shirts and sweatshirts. Disneyland had a restaurant with the same name near Space Mountain.
Space Port: It sold contemporary decorative gifts. In June of 1994 it became Merchant of Venus.
Ursa's Major Minor Mart: Was located near the Skyway station.
Lunching Pad: One of the most popular items that it served in the 1970s was a natural tuna fish sandwich with alfalfa sprouts on organic wheat bread (later changed to pita bread.) Other items included cream cheese on honey date-nut bread and a fruit and vegetable salad. Desserts included frozen yogurt, coconut macaroons and carob brownies. At one point it was sponsored by Sun Giant. It later featured Disney Handwiches, fresh fruit and salad. It closed on January 9, 1994 and was replaced by Auntie Gravity's Galactic Goodies. The former Space Bar at the base of the Astro Orbiter is now called the Lunching Pad at Rockettower Plaza but it has a different menu.
Plaza Pavilion: Opened in 1973, this outlet served hamburgers, hot dogs, and soft drinks. The Plaza Pavilion was referred to mostly as a Tomorrowland restaurant but it was listed in 1974 and 1978 park guides as being part of Main Street. The 1981 park guide lists the Pavilion as part of Tomorrowland. There is a Plaza restaurant on Main Street that was separate from the Tomorrowland eatery. On March 16, 2005, it became known as the Tomorrowland Terrace Noodle Station. The name was later shortened to Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant.
Space Bar: It offered specialty sandwiches, punch, desserts, and snacks. At one time it was sponsored by Wise Foods. In 1994 it was renamed The Lunching Pad at Rockettower Plaza.
Tomorrowland Terrace: You could get such snacks as a steak sandwich, an 80 cent Orbit Burger (hamburger), a 95 cent Moon Burger (cheeseburger), a $1.25 Gemini Burger (double burger) or a Space Dog (hot dog) here. Also available were salads and Coca-Cola. The Terrace closed on September 26, 1994. It was remodeled into Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe and reopened on December 9, 1994. There was also a Tomorrowland Terrace at Disneyland (It was called Club Buzz from 2001-2006) but it did not have indoor seating like Walt Disney World's Terrace. The Plaza Pavilion restaurant was renamed Tomorrowland Terrace Noodle Station on March 16, 2005 and later became simply the Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant.
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