Enjoy a fulfilling breakfast at Disney World and get your day off to a great start. A good-sized breakfast can tie you over until a late lunch or even early dinner. While a heavy breakfast may not be ideal daily at Disney, the following restaurants are must tries at least once. Consider picking one new sit-down restaurant to have each time you visit Disney World. Advanced dining reservations are highly recommended for the following eateries. Read 5 fulfilling Non-Character Breakfasts To Start Your Day at Disney World.
1. Be Our Guest
Dine in the Beast’s Enchanted Castle for a magical start to your day, in Be Our Guest at Magic Kingdom. Breakfast (and lunch) are considered quick service, therefore more cost effective than a dinner. Do note, meeting the Beast does not happen at breakfast or lunch (Dinner only). However, by choosing breakfast guests are getting a hearty breakfast and the full ambiance experience of the restaurant. The restaurant offers many lovely photo opportunities, inside and out. For breakfast entrees consider: Feast A La Gaston, Scrambled Egg Whites, Vegetable Quiche, Croissant Doughnut and more. Kids meals include: French Toast, Crepes and more. Grad a Be Our Guest Cup with your choice of fountain drink for $5. End your meal with the famous Grey Stuff, The Master’s Cupcake is offered at breakfast. Also now at breakfast are alcoholic drinks- Red Sangria or a mimosa.
2. The Wave
The Wave… of American Flavors is found inside Disney’s Contemporary Resort. This eatery serves American cuisine. Guests can choose an a la carte menu or Breakfast Buffet for breakfast. I recommend the buffet for breakfast. Guests can dine on all you care to enjoy hash browns, quiche, scrambled eggs, omelets and more breakfast classics, plus Wave specialties. Choose from a Juice, Coffee, Tea, or Soft Drink. Alcoholic drinks, for an additional price, such as Bay Lake Bloody Mary and Mimosas.
Enter the restaurant Boma Flavors of Africa, which resembles an African Marketplace, at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. Flavors are inspired by the countries of Africa. They offer all you can to enjoy breakfast (and dinner). Guests at breakfast can feast on: omelets (made to order), French Toast, carved ham, fresh fruit, corn beef bobotie (South African quiche) and African pastries. Plus for drinks choose tropical juice or full-bodied Kenyan AA coffee. Then enjoy walking around the Resort a bit, including viewing areas of the savanna with giraffes and more, before taking a bus to a park for the day.
4. Trail’s End Restaurant
Trails End Restaurant is located at The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, enjoy rustic theming. This Resort also offers many amenities to enjoy after you dine, offered to any guests even if not staying on-site (except swimming in the Resort pool). Trail’s End Restaurant offers a delicious all you can to enjoy breakfast as well as a weekend brunch. The Breakfast buffet includes: fresh fruit, Mickey waffles, scrambled eggs, biscuits & sausage and more. The weekend brunch includes: Mickey & Belgian waffles (w/ toppings), carving stations, omelets (made to order), bacon, shrimp, hash browns, smoked salmon, an island dessert and more.
5. Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’
Enjoy an early morning at Disney Springs and then have the Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Brunch, starting at 10am. The menu includes comfort food favorites. Entrees include the Fried Green, Eggs and Ham, French Toast, Grand-daddy Plate, Hush Puppy Benedict and more. Reasonable priced kids meals include the Junior Farmer Plate or French Toast. Add sides or cocktails (21+) to your meals. Plus enjoy early morning photo opportunities at Disney Springs with less crowds. The Bruch is great for a non-park day. Also on the weekend is a special southern flavored breakfast buffet, the rise n’ shine buffet.
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