Cape May Café at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is an incredibly popular Walt Disney World dining location for both breakfast and dinner. Cape May Café is a table service restaurant that evokes the feeling of dining along the Atlantic seashore. The white wooden accents, seashore murals, and intricate wave-like moldings bring you right to the shore. We can almost smell the fresh sea air.
Cape May Café offers buffet-style meals for both breakfast and dinner. Breakfast features an array of delicious ways to start your day, including salted Caramel “Beach Buns”, cheddar grits, a carving station, bacon, eggs, oatmeal, and the ever-popular Mickey waffles. Dinner at Cape May offers Guests options like soup, salad, a carving station, a seafood boil, paella, and a number of delectable desserts.
If you have not dined at Cape May Café, here is more information on the beautiful restaurant:
Join us for an all-you-care-to-enjoy, breakfast buffet! Fuel up for a day of fun and adventure at Walt Disney World Resort. Indulge in popular items like Assorted House-Made Pastries, Omelets, Beef Hash, and of course, Mickey and Minnie Waffles
Or enjoy the feeling of escaping to an oceanside town in New England while you savor a delectable dinner. Buffet offerings include Peel-n-Eat Shrimp, Cape May Clams, Oven Roasted Lemon Chicken and Slow-roasted Strip Loin. Available for an additional fee are Snow Crab Legs (per pound) and Whole Lobster.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Cape May also offered Guests two incredible options of crab legs and lobster as part of the buffet. However, those options as part of your meal are no more. As you can see in the description, an extra fee will be added to the more popular seafood options. Crab legs will cost Guests $29.99 per pound, and Maine lobster will set you back $42 per pound. That will be in addition to the cost of the buffet — which is $25 per adult for breakfast and $42 per adult for dinner.
This change comes on the heels of Disney raising the prices of single and multi-day tickets at Walt Disney World. Disney has also raised the prices on a number of popular meals and snacks across the Resort. Costs have been steadily increasing, despite Guests saying that the quality of the food and the portion sizes have been decreasing.
Disney recently held a quarterly earnings call and reported that the company is not only bouncing back from their massive pandemic losses, but they are now reporting record profits. The Parks are also not the only area where Guests are seeing a price increase. Disney has also said that the cost of Disney+ will continue to increase as the company builds the library and releases new, original programming.