Happy Thursday, friends! I know I've been slacking on posting here, but sometimes life gets busy and I'm definitely still trying to figure out a new routine to be more present at home, get my work done, and blog, and get some Disney trips in! Hopefully all of that is worked out soon. Today I want to chat with you all about the top three breakfasts at Walt Disney World that you HAVE to experience when you're on vacation! Two are table service outside of the parks, and one is a quick service inside the parks. If you've been following me on Instagram for any time you'll probably know what all three of these are without even needing to read any further, but you totally should!
1. Grand Floridian Cafe
Located at the Grand Floridian the absolute best breakfast at Walt Disney World has to be Grand Floridian Cafe. The serve a variety of breakfast and lunch items all day long, so no matter what your mood is that day, you can get exactly what you want. I always get the same thing when I go here, a Mickey Waffle with the blueberry and lemon curd addition, has brown casserole and a side of corned beef hash. Honestly, this is my perfect breakfast. It's a great combination of sweet and savory, along with having all the carbs! Grand Floridian Cafe is relatively easy to get a reservation for as well!
2. Kona Cafe
Kona Cafe has somewhat of a cult following. It's located at the Polynesian Resort on the second floor, with some really great views of the monorail going by. Kona Cafe is known for their massive stuffed French toast known as Tonga Toast! It's two huge pieces of sourdough bread, stuffed with bananas, fried, then rolled in cinnamon sugar for the ultimate sweet breakfast. It's also 3,000 calories. But calories don't count at Disney, right? Be sure to get a reservation if you want to go here because the restaurant is somewhat small and tends to fill up quickly.
3. Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie
With no reservation needed, tucked away in the back of the France pavilion at Epcot, Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie is the perfect place for a quiet breakfast. They open when Epcot opens at 9:00, so while everyone else is running to get in line for Soarin' or Frozen Ever After, you can be eating a warm croissant and drinking coffee in the shade of the Eiffel Tower.
Well friends, that's it for today! Let me know in the comments what your favorite breakfasts at Disney are! Also, be sure to follow me on Instagram to keep up with all of my Disney adventures!
Be Magical Today!