10 Best Places to Have Breakfast at Walt Disney World

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When you’re on vacation at Walt Disney World, pretty much anything counts as breakfast.  After all, a Dole Whip tastes just as amazing as the first meal of the day as it does as a snack!  And like everything else at WDW, your breakfast options here are almost limitless.  So, while we’d never say no to starting a day with a Mickey Bar, here are some of our favorite locations on property to enjoy something a little more substantial for breakfast.


1. Woody’s Lunch Box

We loved the range of breakfast food at Woody’s Lunch Box at Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios.  For those looking for a healthy option, there’s a Banana Split Yogurt Parfait that’s full of fruit, yogurt and granola.  More adventurous eaters should try the S’more French Toast Sandwich, a sweet mix of chocolate and marshmallow inside brioche soaked in custard and coated with graham cracker crumbs.  Lunch Box Tarts and Potato Barrels (like hash browns but bite-sized) are also great options here.

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2. Be Our Guest Restaurant

We love snagging an early morning dining reservation at Be Our Guest Restaurant before Magic Kingdom officially opens.  You’ll feel like a VIP beating rope drop!  Plus, breakfast in the Beast’s castle?  Yes, please!  Choose from three themed rooms to enjoy your prix fixe menu, starting with delicious pastries and followed by sumptuous fare like the Croque Madame, French Toast and Vegetable Quiche.  Make sure you order the Master’s Cupcake to sample the “Grey Stuff”!

3. Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera

The only thing better than great food is great food with a fabulous view.  And you’ll get it in spades at Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera, at Disney’s Riviera Resort.  The prix fixe breakfast begins with a variety of pastries, and continues with delectable entrees to suit every taste, including Sour Cream Waffles with Orange-Maple Syrup, Plant-Based Scrambled Eggs, and Smoked Salmon. You’ll also be able to see some of your favorite classic Disney characters as you dine.  And don’t forget about that panoramic rooftop view – it alone is worth starting your day here!


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4. Docking Bay 7

While the super fun theming, cargo container seating, and Star Wars Easter eggs are more than enough of a draw for many guests, the breakfast at Hollywood Studios’ Docking Bay 7 is no slouch either.  Guests with a sweet tooth will flock to the Mustafarian Lava Roll (Oga’s Cantina offers a bigger version of this delicacy, if you can’t get enough), which is what you get when you cross a cinnamon roll with a croissant, and add Oreo topping.  The Tuggs’ Overnight Oats is simple, but topped with gorgeously plated fruit, and the Purple Potato Hash in the Bright Suns Breakfast Platter is both yummy and fun to eat!

5. Kona Café

Kona CafĂ© at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is the home of our favorite bread on Disney property, so it’s no surprise their breakfast keeps us coming back for more.  The famed Tonga Toast is a delicious, deep-fried, banana-stuffed take on French toast, and it receives rave reviews from guests.  The Macadamia Nut Pancakes with perfect pineapple sauce are also hits here.  Veggiesauruses will love the Plant-based Loco Moco, full of plant-based sausage and eggs and coconut milk.  Why not start your day the island way?

6. Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’

We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  So why not start your day with a meal created by a celebrity chef?  Whether you call it breakfast or brunch, it will be memorable at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ at Disney Springs. Indulge in comfort food like Fried Chicken & Doughnuts, Church Lady Deviled Eggs, and Fried Green Eggs and Ham, with plenty of southern cheese biscuits to go around!  Of course, the extensive cocktail menu is always a brunch hit, too!

7. Le Petit Café

There’s something magical about breakfast at a Parisian cafĂ© – especially when it shares its name with a cafĂ© in a classic Disney film!  Le Petit CafĂ©, at Disney’s Riviera Resort, is a relaxing yet elegant place for a cup of coffee, tea, or latte in the morning.  There are lots of freshly baked treats to tempt you, and the sophisticated dĂ©cor will transport you to France.  If you’re not looking for a huge meal, but you’re still big on style and taste, this is the breakfast spot for you.

8. Sunshine Seasons

Aiming to beat the early morning crowds at Frozen Ever After, Soarin’ or Test Track?  Then you’ll be happy to know Sunshine Seasons at Walt Disney World’s Epcot has all of your breakfast options in one quick-service spot!  From Overnight Oats to Breakfast Power Wraps to Ciabatta French Toast (not to mention fun bakery and beverage options), everything you need to start your day off right can be found here!

9. Yak & Yeti Local Food Cafes

Breakfast options are a little sparse in Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom since Pandora’s Satu’li Canteen stopped serving breakfast, but there are still options to be had.  Check out Yak & Yeti Local Food Cafes for simple yet delicious bites like the Breakfast Bowl with Bacon or Sausage, Egg White English Muffin and Pancake and Sausage Stick.  There’s even a cereal combo if your party includes a picky eater.

10. Sleepy Hollow

Die-hard Disney fans love their Mickey-shaped waffles, which thankfully can be found all over Walt Disney World.  But if you’re looking to change up your waffle game, head to Liberty Square’s Sleepy Hollow, in Disney’s Magic Kingdom.  Here, you’ll find not only the classic Mickey Waffles, but also the Sweet-and-Spicy Chicken Waffle Sandwich, Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich (with yummy chocolate-hazelnut spread), and Breakfast Egg and Cheese Waffle Sandwich, all of which will hit the breakfast spot.

About Stacy Milford

Stacy has lived in 4 countries on 3 continents, and travels whenever humanly possible. Passionate about music theatre, dessert, and adventure in the great wide somewhere, she visits Walt Disney World every year, usually during Halloween! Stacy currently divides her time between writing and teaching English as a second language to children in China, and is pretty sure growing up is over-rated.