Named for Walt Disney’s early childhood hometown in Missouri, Marceline Market is slightly different than Cabanas as it is a food hall inspired by popular marketplaces around the world. Within Marceline Market you will find some standard fare along with specials which change up to offer more variety. The majority of seating is indoors with a small outside seating area aft for an alfresco dining experience.
Overall, Marceline Market includes 10 food stalls and a café-style beverage bar in the center near the entrance. During our time onboard this was popular stop for guests as it is an ideal location to order specialty coffees or a cocktail. Marceline Market was designed as an old industrial loft converted into a marketplace, but with a some unique Disney design twists. Throughout the marketplace, there are local proprietors for the various areas with each station inspired by a Disney animated film such as Tangled, Ratatouille, Alice in Wonderland, and Zootopia.
One of the huge improvements over Cabanas on the other ships is the expansive hand washing area at the entrance. Each station has easy access to soap, paper towels, and a trash bin.
There is a variety of options available with cuisines for the whole family, including American classics, international specialties, comfort foods, seafood, soups and salads, vegetarian and plant-based fare, baked goods, and desserts.
Marceline Market is a casual, walk-around dining experience for breakfast and lunch, according to a press release, table-service dining will be offered at dinnertime with entrees cooked to order. However, I either did not notice this offering, or it was not available during the our two sailings.