Ohanas Best Friend Breakfast
  • On Feb 21, 2018
    Laura from IA Asked

    Hi! We have 8:00 reservations at O'Hana for breakfast for a party of 6 on April 25. What time should I safely plan to be at Magic Kingdom following breakfast? Thanks so much!!

    Hi Laura!

    You have scheduled one of my favorite breakfasts at Walt Disney World Resort. The Best Friends Breakfast featuring Lilo & Stitch at 'Ohana is an amazing way to start your day.

    Because breakfast is served family-style in this restaurant, you can conclude your meal fairly quickly. However, you will want to take your time so you can bask in the tropical atmosphere of this charming Polynesian resort. You'll also want to take the time to see and interact with the characters who will come by your table to greet you. If you arrive for your 8:00 a.m. reservation on the second floor of Disney's Polynesian Village Resort by 7:45 a.m., I think you can assume you will be finished with your meal by 9:30 a.m. or a few minutes thereafter. Then you can hop on the resort monorail at the front of the resort or a boat at the back of the resort for a speedy trip to Magic Kingdom Park. I believe 9:45 a.m. would be a reasonable estimate for your arrival time at the front turnstiles.

    Wishing you many magical memories on your upcoming trip,
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