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  • On Jul 15, 2011
    Toni ann Asked

    This is our first time to WDW (me, DH and 2 kids-9 & 7). I was wondering about quick places for breakfast. I don't want to take the time or money for a sit down breakfast but we are used to a hearty breakfast, ie eggs, waffles, etc. Any suggestions?

    Hi Toni Ann!  Congratulations on your first trip to Walt Disney World!

    Good for you, making breakfast count!  And boy, do Disney breakfasts count!  They really are my family's favorite meals at Walt Disney World, and not just because of the Mickey-shaped waffles!

    You don't mention if you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort on this vacation, but if you are, your resort offers a Quick Service Dining location that serves up a lot of choices for breakfast.  These are usually offered "cafeteria style", where you go in and choose either a hot breakfast, such as eggs, sausage, bacon, waffles, french toast, potatoes and more, or a "grab and go" breakfast, such as muffins, cinnamon buns, yogurt, cereal, etc...  The choices are great and the services is fast!

    If you wait to eat at the Parks, you will find many similar options at the Quick Service Dining locations within each park.  Just follow your nose - and your Park Map! 

    But, I can't end this answer without recommending that you consider making an Advanced Dining Reservation for one of the spectacular Character Breakfasts!  They are usually served as buffets, "all you care to eat", and you get to visit with the Disney characters while you enjoy your lovely meal!  What a great way to begin a Disney Day!

    Bon Appetit!
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