Cape & Castle takes breakfast very seriously. As the famous saying goes, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!” Therefore, we find it extremely crucial that guests enjoy the best breakfast options when visiting Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Here are our top 5 picks of where to enjoy a delicious morning meal!
5. Scat Cat’s Club Cafe
When guests are in a hurry to make their first FastPass+ attraction while craving something sweet, Scat Cat’s Club Cafe, located at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter, is the perfect place to grab a quick bite to eat. From coffee to pastries, anyone will have enough sugar and/or caffeine to boost his or her energy for the day!
Scat Cat’s Club Cafe is also home of the famous Mickey-shaped beignets. Guests can either order the traditional, powered sugar beignets that come in sets of three or six, or they can choose one raspberry drizzled, cinnamon-sugar, or chocolate glazed beignet. No one can go wrong with either flavor – they all taste like heaven!
4. 1900 Park Fare
Join Mary Poppins, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Alice from Alice in Wonderland, and the Mad Hatter for a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious breakfast at 1900 Park Fare in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Guests of all ages can enjoy a gourmet, all-you-can-eat buffet featuring made-to-order omelets, cheese blintz, Mickey-shaped waffles, pancakes, French toast, meats, pastries, fruits, a yogurt bar, and Floridian strawberry soup – yes, strawberry soup exists and is out of this world!
To those willing to spend the big bucks and are capable of tuning out occasional screaming and crying of young children, we definitely encourage giving 1900 Park Fare a shot! Reservations for this character dining experience are highly recommended.
3. Woody’s Lunch Box
For our fellow Star Wars geeks who are eager to rope drop Disney’s Hollywood Studios to get a Rise of the Resistance boarding pass, Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land is the spot to devour a warm, flavorful breakfast while waiting for your boarding number to be called. We strongly suggest that guests either try the breakfast bowl or the s’more (aka schmoes according to Buzz) French toast sandwich.
The breakfast bowl consists of scrambled eggs sprinkled with green onions and tatter tots drenched in smoked brisket country gravy. The s’more French toast sandwich is made of chocolate ganache and marshmallow stuffed in toasted custard coated brioche encrusted with graham cracker crumbs. For a full look at the menu, click here!
2. Boma – Flavors Of Africa
The mouthwatering French toast bread pudding at Boma – Flavors of Africa easily makes this breakfast buffet number 2 on our list. As you can probably tell, we here at Cape & Castle are huge fans of French toast!
This African themed restaurant also serves omelets, pancakes, Mickey and Simba-shaped waffles, meats, salad, create-your-own yogurt, oatmeal, breakfast potatoes, and various beverages including their speciality watermelon lemonade. Boma – Flavors of Africa is located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. Reservations are recommended.
One would be simply crazy to not appreciate ‘Ohana the most, considering that visitors get to dine with Lilo and Stitch! Mickey and his best pal, Pluto, also make a visit. This character dining experience enables guests to savor an all-you-care-to-eat, family style Polynesian breakfast which includes scrambled eggs, island-style potatoes, pork breakfast sausage links, Hawaiian-style ham topped with pineapple compote, Mickey and Stitch-shaped waffles, pineapple-coconut breakfast bread, fruit, and P.O.G. (‘Ohana’s famous breakfast beverage made of passion fruit, orange, and guava juices).
Guests can also enjoy a beautiful view of the lava pool along with Cinderella’s Castle in the distance. Reservations for this breakfast are highly recommended. ‘Ohana is located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
Fingers crossed for Walt Disney World to reopen soon so that we can enjoy their scrumptious breakfast options again!