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Old 11-06-2009, 03:20 PM   #1
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Disney Magic Cove Cafe coffee

All I see on the menu are lattes, cappuccinos, etc. Does the Cove Cafe have just good regular brewed coffee? Thanks.
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Old 11-06-2009, 07:39 PM   #2
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The Cove Cafe is an espresso bar. They do not serve brewed coffee...only espresso based coffee drinks - both hot and cold. They also have some tea as well.

Having said that, IMO, their espresso is better coffee than the "brewed" coffee served in the restaurants. For breakfast, I go up to Cove Cafe and get my coffee there, then head down to breakfast.
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Does anyone have a Cove Cafe menu they can post on here? I clicked on the link in the FAQ's and the pic of the menu has been removed.
I remember there were also alcoholic beverages listed on the Cove Cafe menu.
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Old 11-07-2009, 12:36 AM   #4
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Old 11-07-2009, 06:14 AM   #5
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Old 11-07-2009, 06:39 AM   #6
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Cove Café is an adults-only, 40-seat coffee shop and lounge located on Deck 9, Midship next to Quiet Cove Pool on the Disney Magic. Open from approximately noon to midnight daily, Cove Café is an intimate haven providing both air-conditioned indoor seating and ocean-breeze outdoor seating where adults can relax with a refreshing alcoholic beverage, gourmet coffee or snack.

The café offers magazines and books for reading, a large flat-screen television showcasing the latest in news and sports, and Internet access (available at an additional charge) for Guests looking to surf the Internet and check email while at sea.

Although subject to change, Cove Café serves the following beverages and snacks for your enjoyment:


Specialty Coffees

Espresso
Cappuccino
Café Latte
Café Mocha
Macchiato
Specialty Teas

Masala Black Chai
Imperial English Breakfast
Thunderbolt Darjeeling
Russian Earl Grey
Floral Jasmine
Exotic Iced Tea
Darjeeling
Champagne & Sparkling Wines

White
Red
Fortified and Dessert Wines
After-Dessert Martinis

Espresso Martinis
Toblerontini
Chocolatini
Snacks

Danish
Croissants
Cookies
Brownies

All alcoholic drinks, non-alcoholic drinks and gourmet coffees are available for an additional charge. Guests who purchase a specialty coffee mug—available in Cove Café and other shops onboard—are entitled to a complimentary coffee in Cove Café. Snacks are complimentary.
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Old 11-07-2009, 06:44 AM   #7
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I don't have a pic of the menu, but we were on the 10.17 Western and I was a regular at Cove Cafe. IMO adding it is was on of the one of the best decisions DCL ever made I love a good cup of coffee but am not a fan of flavored "specialty" coffees. Cove has an Americano that is just espresso and steamed milk. If you're looking for just a good cup of coffee, then I would highly recommend it. I quickly became addicted and even bought the travel mug that has now become my one of my favorite souvenirs. It goes with me every AM to work. They also have a frequent buyers card - buy 5 cups and get 6th free.

DCL logo is on the other side of the mug
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Cost of refillable mug?

Do you remember what you paid for your mug if it was the refillable one previously mentioned?
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Do you remember what you paid for your mug if it was the refillable one previously mentioned?
I believe the mug was around $13 and included the coffee I ordered with it. I'm not aware of a refillable program at Cove Cafe. I did get a frequent buyer card when I bought the mug that they stamped each time I got a cup and the 6th one was free. Not sure if the card just came with the mug or if it was available for everyone. BTW - mug holds 16 oz.
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the buy 5 get 1 free is avail to all.
though told they should offer it to you, you might have to know to ask for it.
(I had to ask).
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Cove Café is an adults-only, 40-seat coffee shop and lounge located on Deck 9, Midship next to Quiet Cove Pool on the Disney Magic. Open from approximately noon to midnight daily, Cove Café is an intimate haven providing both air-conditioned indoor seating and ocean-breeze outdoor seating where adults can relax with a refreshing alcoholic beverage, gourmet coffee or snack.
Tell me this is a typo? A coffee shop that opens at noon??!!
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Tell me this is a typo? A coffee shop that opens at noon??!!
I just checked our Navigators and the only day it didn't open until noon was the day we boarded. Every other day it opened at 7AM. I believe the on the day we disembarked it was opened earlier.
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Cove Cafe is open every morning. They have pastries in the morning and sweets throughout the day free. The coffees are at a price.

They are even open in the morning of embarkation day; this is the area where people doing back to back cruises can get food while others haven't been allowed to board yet. It is the only time children are allowed in this adults only area.
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I'm not sure why the link broke .

this is the full link


http://www.disney cruiser.info/covemenu.htm

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Well, I can't post the full link .. maybe the above modified link will work. Evidently the Disney Cruiser site breaks their links automatically.
Thanks
Although this menu is from Oct. 2006. Anyone have a menu from this year with the prices?
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