Like the cupcake store, the set comes with a ton of accessories. Food-wise you get a chocolate and strawberry sundae, a chocolate and vanilla ice cream cone, two Blizzards, a hotdog, a bun, fries, a red drink, and some cardboard boxes for the dog and fires. I also picked up one of the “Refill Packs”, which is where all the extra food in the above picture came from (although I think I misplaced an Orange Julius cup).
Aside from the food, you also get a counter, a register monitor, a booth chair, a table, and a cardboard sign advertising the “Royal Treats”. It gets a little crowded when you use all the pieces (Which is another reason I wish this set were larger.), but it does give you a lot of options for display at least.
Out of all the miWorld sets, this is the one I most wanted and my favorite. The amount of accessories alone make this a great buy, the playset is just icing on the cake. The more realistic graphics were an excellent touch also, and look better both in person and in pictures. I’m really hoping this line continues and we get enough stores to actually build a little mall playset. That would be amazing.
If you like the looks of this Dairy Queen, then check out my first review with Sprinkles Cupcakes. There’s a ton more pictures showing off scale with various different figures.