Walt Disney World Resort is known for many things — from its four incredible theme parks, its fun character interactions, great merchandise options, and incredible shopping at Disney Springs. It is also known for its amazing dining options Guests can indulge in for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Some restaurants even offer brunch for those Guests who love it. Disney is now sharing that one of its Resort hotel restaurants will start offering brunch every day in just a few months!
Beginning September 1, Olivia’s Café — located at Disney’s Old Key West Resort — will begin serving brunch every single day. That’s right. Want Brunch on a Tuesday? You got it! Thursday work better? Sure, that’s fine too! No matter what day of the week you want to dine, Olivia’s Café will be offering a scrumptious brunch.
Right now, Olivia’s Café offers brunch only on Saturday and Sunday, and Guests just love it. One of the most popular drinks on the menu is the loaded Bloody Mary, which comes with shrimp and bacon. Other in-demand brunch menu items include the Crab Cakes Benedict, Spam and Cheddar Biscuits, Fried Chicken and Waffles, and Banana Bread French Toast.
The Banana Bread French Toast has really become what Olivia’s Café is known for, so Disney is expanding on the Banana Bread deliciousness. In celebration of offering a daily brunch menu, Banana Bread Pudding will be added to the menu. The new bread pudding will be made with Bahamian banana-rum syrup and coconut whipped cream. For a side, Guests will be able to enjoy their bread pudding with bacon, sausage, or ham.
Olivia’s Café has been a staple sit-down location at Old Key West since it opened in 1991. Here is more information on the tropical hot spot, courtesy of the Walt Disney World website.
A longtime resident of Conch Flats, Olivia welcomes diners with Island-inspired dishes. This nautical-themed eatery has the friendly, familiar feel of a neighborhood institution and is a perennial favorite of many a Guest.
A must-visit spot for breakfast, Olivia’s Cafe serves up traditional favorites as well as several of Olivia’s own specialties: Banana Bread French Toast and pancakes and eggs.
Come in and Conch out
Crab Cakes, the Conch Flatts club sandwich and the Havana Beef Sandwich make for a leisurely and fully loaded lunch.
Dinnertime is delicious time with Southernmost Buttermilk Chicken and slow-cooked prime rib.
If you have any room left, you can’t go wrong with the Key Lime Tart or the warm Banana Bread Pudding Sundae with bananas foster topping.
Olivia’s also offers a cavalcade of Island cocktails for Guests over 21. Wines and draft beers are also available, as are milkshakes, smoothies and glowing character punch— featuring a light-up Disney character.
Like most Walt Disney World Restaurants, advanced reservations are not required to eat at Olivia’s Café, but they are highly recommended. You can make a reservation for Olivia’s by visiting the Disney World website, or by clicking here.