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Top Quick-Service Spots For Breakfast In The Walt Disney World Parks

One of the best ways to make sure that guests can experience as much as possible while in Walt Disney World is by taking advantage of early mornings and arriving at the parks bright and early. Not only are the temperatures lower, but the crowd levels are also significantly lower, making it a great time to enjoy popular attractions and more in less time. In order for guests to be able to make sure that they can last all day in the parks, it’s very important that they eat and luckily there are plenty of great options to choose from offering up a wide array of breakfast bites. Here are some of the top quick-service dining locations to enjoy during a morning in any of the four Disney Parks!

 

NOTE: Currently, several breakfast options are unavailable with Walt Disney World’s phased reopening. You’ll want to visit Disney’s website to ensure the breakfast experience you are seeking is available during your planned visit.

1. Gaston’s Tavern

Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom is one of the first places that many guests head in the morning thanks to popular attractions like Peter Pan’s Flight and the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Nearby is Gaston’s Tavern which brings guests into the hangout of a favorite Disney villain, complete with antlers in all of the decorating! Open bright an early, Gaston’s Tavern sells pastry items such as croissants and macarons in addition to the decadent Warm Cinnamon Roll which is large enough to share. Guests can also enjoy other options including a Fruit and Cheese Picnic Platter, Hummus, Mini Babybel Cheese, Celery and Carrot Sticks, and the favorite LeFou’s Brew.

2. Sleepy Hollow

Another great quick-service breakfast option in the Magic Kingdom can be found just over the walkway bridge that connects the hub with Liberty Square. Sleepy Hollow is housed inside a charming brick building and guests can enjoy their breakfasts in a small courtyard or along a walkway that both offer stunning views of Cinderella Castle. In addition to select coffee and beverage options, guests can dig into freshly made waffles and opt for toppings including Sweet-and-Spicy Chicken, Fresh Fruit and Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread, or Strawberries and Whipped Cream. Those looking for a particularly savory and indulgent breakfast can also order the Foot-Long Corn Dog that is served with house-made chips.

3. Be Our Guest Restaurant

NOTE: Currently, Be Our Guest is available only as a table-service option for lunch and dinner during the park’s phased reopening. We hope it will be available once again as a quick-service option for breakfast and lunch in the near future!

One of the most popular dining location in the Magic Kingdom is unique in that it serves up quick-service meals for breakfast and lunch and full-service meals for dinner. Be Our Guest Restaurant gives guests the chance to actually enter into the Beast’s Castle from Beauty and the Beast and dine on French-inspired cuisine in iconic settings. While breakfast is a quick-service meal, guests should still plan on making a reservation as Be Our Guest Restaurant is very popular. Those who are lucky enough to score a breakfast reservation can enjoy menu options such as French Toast, Croque Madame, Fest a la Gaston, and Vegetable Quiche.

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4. Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

Early mornings in Epcot typically involve most guests spending their time in Future World as World Showcase typically opens several hours later, but the Norway Pavilion is an exception to that rule. Since Frozen Ever After is such a popular attraction, it and the rest of the pavilion are open first thing each morning and guests can stop in at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe for a delicious breakfast. With rustic charm and an open air seating area in the rear, this quick-service location is a great option for a breakfast with a Norwegian twist. Guests can enjoy savory breakfast items such as a Salmon and Egg Bagel or sweeter options like School Bread, Lefse, Troll Horn, and Norwegian Kringla.

5. Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie

The other quick-service location in Epcot’s World Showcase that opens with the park each morning can be found in the France Pavilion. Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie is a traditional French bakery that features an extensive menu of savory and sweet options that are all on display in large glass cases. Guests can choose from decadent breakfast options such as Quiche Lorraine, Croissant Sale, Pain au Chocolat, Beignet, Macarons, Éclair, and Parfait aux Fruits in addition to fresh coffee and specialty beverages. Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie is a great location to enjoy a filling and indulgent breakfast in Epcot!

6. Docking Bay 7

One of the most popular areas in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is Galaxy’s Edge where guests can decide whether to support the First Order or the Rebel Alliance on the planet of Batuu. Since the area is so popular, many guests head straight there when the park opens to enjoy Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run before the line becomes too long. A great place to stop in Galaxy’s Edge for a quick-service breakfast is Docking Bay 7 which is housed in a massive hangar bay with tons of amazing details. While taking in the ambiance, guests can dine on breakfast options including Tugg’s Overnight Oats, Mustafarian Cinnamon Roll, and Bright Suns Breakfast Platter.

7. Ronto Roasters

Also found in Galaxy’s Edge is a second quick-service dining option that is open for breakfast early each morning. Ronto Roasters is an open air restaurant that serves up grilled options that can be found roasting on a mechanical spit being operated by a droid. Guests who stop at the location for breakfast can enjoy the usual offerings of the Ronto Wrap and Galma Snack Sampler in addition to breakfast options including the Ronto Morning Wrap and Rising Moons Overnight Oats. These filling breakfast options are the perfect way to be satisfied for a long day in the park.

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8. Woody’s Lunch Box

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is also home to Toy Story Land where guests love to head early each morning to enjoy Toy Story Mania, Alien Swirling Saucers, and Slinky Dog Dash with low wait times. While exploring the area, guests can also stop at Woody’s Lunch Box to enjoy a quick-service breakfast that they are sure to love. Guests can dig into hearty and sweet breakfast options including the Smoked Turkey Breakfast Sandwich, Breakfast Bowl, Banana Split Yogurt Parfait, S’more French Toast Sandwich, Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunch Box Tart, and Lemon-Blueberry Lunch Box Tart.

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9. Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery

Some guests who arrive at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in the early morning typically like to head to the Africa area to enjoy a ride on Kilimanjaro Safaris where the animals are usually more active in the cooler morning hours. While in Africa, guests can enjoy a filling and delicious breakfast from the quick-service Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery. Featuring a small ordering window and several tables tucked away from the crowds, guests who enjoy breakfast here can choose from menu items including Elephant Ear Pastry, Colossal Cinnamon Roll, Spinach and Feta Quiche, Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit, and Fresh Fruit.

10. Yak & Yeti Local Foods Café

Another popular quick-service breakfast option in Disney’s Animal Kingdom can be found in the Asia area of the park near the popular Kali River Rapids. Yak & Yeti Local Foods Café is next to the full-service Yak & Yeti Restaurant and serves up hearty breakfast options that can be enjoyed in the nearby open air seating area. Some breakfast menu options include Bacon and Egg Sandwich, Breakfast Bowl with Bacon or Sausage, Egg White English Muffin, Yogurt Parfait, and Hash Brown Bites.

About Caitlin Kane

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