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The Best Brunch Spots in Walt Disney World

Who doesn’t love a good brunch? It’s the best of all meals where menu options are sweet, savory, and everything in between and in addition to coffee and juice the mimosas and cocktails can flow. The Walt Disney World Resort is home to some amazing brunch options throughout property, many in Disney Springs, where Guests can kick back, dig in, and enjoy the best meal there is. Let’s check out where to find an amazing brunch in Walt Disney World.

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Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’

The Landing at Disney Springs is home to the popular Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’, a restaurant that focuses on Southern comfort foods infused with the fresh flavors and ingredients found locally in Florida. In addition to lunch and dinner each weekday, the restaurant serves up the Rise ‘n Shine Brunch every Saturday and Sunday with a sampling of regular menu items in addition to brunch exclusives. The laid back atmosphere of Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ with its wood and industrial accents pairs perfectly with a cocktail to kick off brunch and Guests can choose from options including a Blueberry Mimosa, Moonshine Mash, White Peach Sangria, and Southern Mary. Brunch starters each weekend are Biscuits, House-made Doughnuts, Bee Haven Bay Fried Green Tomatoes, and the famous Church Lady Deviled Eggs. The real stars of the Rise ‘n Shine Brunch are the main courses including the Grand Daddy Plate which features three eggs, pecan-smoked bacon, griddled country ham, a cheddar cheese drop biscuit, and two sides such as Potato Grain Mash and Bradley’s Grits. Some other unique brunch options include Short Rib Hash, Fried Chicken & Doughnuts, Hush Puppy Benedict, French Toast, and the Hallelujah Biscuit. It’s also not that uncommon to spot Chef Art himself, so Guests should definitely be on the lookout throughout their meal!

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Wine Bar George

Another popular eatery in The Landing at Disney Springs features a menu of amazing wines and small bites created by Master Sommelier George Miliotes. Wine Bar George features an industrial, yet cozy setting with exposed brick, metal accents, and wooden tables and is open for lunch and dinner daily in addition to the Wine Country Brunch each Saturday and Sunday. The brunch menu features the full wine list that Guests love in addition to specialty cocktails like the Bacon Old Fashioned and frozen indulgences including the Frozcato Mimosa made with Dole Whip Pineapple and the Frose. Guests can also indulge in Wine Country Brunch Spritzes served by the carafe and options typically include red or white sangria and Apreol Rose Spritz. After deciding on a beverage, Guests who dine at Wine Bar George’s Wine Country Brunch can enjoy menu favorites such as the Crispy Mac & Cheese Bites, Artisanal Cheese Board, and Charcuterie Board in addition to exclusive brunch offerings. The Eggs Benedict features house-made chicken sausage, hollandaise, and house-made biscuits, the Fried Chicken Biscuit is paired with pimento cheese, bacon relish, and a sunny side egg, and the Burrata is served atop ciabatta with avocado and bacon.

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House of Blues Restaurant & Bar

Over in the West Side at Disney Springs is the House of Blues Restaurant & Bar where traditional Southern cooking is paired with international flavors for lunch and dinner daily and brunch on the weekends. The interior of the restaurant features vaulted ceilings, dark moody colors, and artwork and memorabilia depicting beloved artists and albums from all genres. To kick off brunch at the House of Blues Restaurant & Bar Guests can indulge in bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marts for one set price or choose from several other cocktails including the Morning Mule and Memphis Blues Sangria. The brunch menu is fairly small, however every option is packed with flavor like the Pig Grits & Shrimp which features cheddar grits, bacon-wrapped shrimp, chimichurri, and crisped basil. Other options include the Breakfast Burrito, Tennessee Toast, Barnyard Breakfast, Steak & Eggs, Morning Smash Burger, and Chicken ‘n’ Donuts. In addition Guests can order brunch sides like Maple Pork Sausage, Garlic Home Fries, Maple Bacon Donuts, eggs, toast, and fruit.

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Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill

Wolfgang Puck is one of the most known names in all of the culinary world, and he created a table service restaurant in the Town Center area of Disney Springs that serves up his signature California cuisine in a laid back atmosphere with vaulted wooden ceilings, red leather booths, and industrial light fixtures. Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill is open for dinner each night as well as brunch on both Saturday and Sunday and the extensive menu can be enjoyed by Guests beginning with specialty cocktails including a Bloody Mary, Strawberry Bellini, or Mimosa. Exclusive brunch offerings featured on the menu include the Old School Breakfast with two eggs, apple wood smoked bacon, Tuscan potatoes, and multi grain toast as well as Fried Chicken & Waffles, Smashed Avocado Toast, Breakfast Burrito, and “Monte Cristo.” Guests can also enjoy menu options that are also offered during dinner including Crisp Calamari Fritti, Maryland Blue Crab Cakes, Buffalo Chicken Pizza, Grilled Prime Burger, Roasted Bluehouse Salmon, and Spaghetti.

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STK Orlando

STK Orlando in The Landing at Disney Springs puts a modern spin on a classic steakhouse experience with unique finishes and a DJ entertaining Guests throughout each meal. Open for lunch and dinner as well as brunch on the weekends, Guests are sure to love indulging in steakhouse favorites from a lengthy menu. Brunch at STK Orlando can kick off with specialty cocktails such as Missed My Flight, Strawberry Cobbler, Spike Your Caffeine, and Just Ten More Minutes or the Don’t Mock Me mocktail. Some starter options on the brunch menu include Crispy Calamari, Jalepeno Pickled Shrimp Cocktail, and Bigeye Tuna Tartare in addition to the classic Blue Iceberg salad. The entrée offerings are where brunch truly shines through with delicious options like the Cinnamon French Toast served with berries cream cheese icing, and maple syrup, Lobster & Eggs Benedict with baby spinach, caviar, and hollandaise on an English muffin, or the Smoked Pork Belly Brisket with maple-glazed bacon, shishito peppers, poached eggs, and chili flakes on an English muffin. Since STK Orlando is a steakhouse, Guests who dine there for brunch can also order up their signature options such as the 6 oz. Filet, 8 oz. Wagyu Flat Iron, 14 oz. Bone-In Filet, 34 0z. Dry-Aged Tomahawk Ribeye, and Surf & Turf: Filet and Lobster Tail.

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Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant

The final brunch spot in Disney Springs is Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant which welcomes Guests into a lively atmosphere where the spirit and cuisine of Ireland is celebrated at every meal. Guests who dine at the restaurant can enjoy lunch and dinner as well as brunch on the weekends, all of which pair perfectly with live music and Irish step dancers who perform throughout the large dining room. Every item on the menu at Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant features a cheeky name and some brunch appetizer options include the Rack of Heaven with Guinness-glazed baby back ribs, Scallop Forest with a citrus lime dipping sauce and sweet chili jam, and Pull the Boxty featuring a potato cake with pulled ham hock, caramelized red onions and a Dubliner cheese sauce. From there the brunch menu is divided into more traditional brunch offerings and lunch offerings. Guests can enjoy the Hispters Lament with avocado, Irish bacon, and poached eggs on sourdough with roasted tomato, traditional Fish & Chips, the OMG Burger, Shepard’s to Die for Pie, and Bangin’ Bangers & Mighty Mash. Brunch at Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant is capped off with specialty cocktails, beer flights, and more to make it a perfect meal.

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Olivia’s Café

Guests who travel over to Disney’s Old Key West Resort can enjoy the laid back atmosphere and charm of the Florida Keys as well as brunch at a cozy restaurant. Olivia’s Café is themed to feel like a local restaurant that features menu items for lunch, dinner, and brunch that focuses on the ingredients and flavors of Florida. Specialty cocktails can kick start any brunch and Guests will certainly enjoy options like the Olivia’s Eye Opener, Loaded Key West Bloody Mary, and Parrot Punch. The popular Olivia’s Breakfast serves up two eggs, potatoes, a buttermilk biscuit, and choice of bacon or sausage as well as other delicious options such as Shrimp and Grits, Waffle and Eggs, Banana Bread French Toast, Crab Cake-Eggs Benedict, and Slow Cooked Prime Rib. Guests can also indulge in a true Florida classic by ordering the Conch Fritters as an enhancement served with key lime-mustard and roasted pepper remoulade. Olivia’s Café is an amazing location to enjoy a relaxing brunch for Guests who don’t mind hopping over to a Disney Resort!

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About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.