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Disney Restaurants Offer Easter Meals in 2011

Many WDW restaurants will have special meals for Easter. If you’ll be dining on more than chocolate eggs, make sure to make an Advance Dining Reservation at one of these locations!

HOPPY EASTER IN THE MAGIC KINGDOM

Captain’s Grille: Easter Brunch Buffet
The menu at Captain’s Grill will include cheese, soups and salads; pork loin, carved roast beef, and glazed ham; and a cold seafood bar. Multiple desserts, including a gelato bar!, will be included. Cost: Adults $28.75, Children $12.77.

Cape May Cafe Easter Dinner:
The menu at Cape May Cafe includes Clam Chowder, a carving station, a spicy seaweed salad with mussels, and barbecue pork ribs! End your meal with the famous Oreo Bon Bons from Cape May Cafe’s clam bake! Cost: Adults $29.81, Children $15.97.

Chef Mickey’s Easter Brunch:
The menu at Chef Mickey’s includes a variety of fruits and veggies, cereals, and standard breakfast selections; carved meats; chipotle lime chicken; and yummy breads. Complete your brunch with some Easter-themed sugar cookies!

Families can celebrate Easter at Portobello in Downtown Disney:
The Easter Pre Fix Menu at Portobello includes salad, grilled lamb loin with sweet corn polenta, and cheese cake with local strawberries! Cost is $39.95 per person. An a la carte menu is also available.

Garden Grove Easter Dinner Buffet at the WDW Swan:
Cost: Adults $39.36, Children $16.99. See menu below.

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Call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) to book the events listed above – quick like a bunny! To see more detailed menus and information, visit AllEars.net!

Disney’s Vero Beach Easter Buffet
There will be two Easter egg hunts (7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.) plus a delectable Easter buffet will be served at Shutters from 10:00 a.m. til 9:00 p.m. for resort guests (and local residents). The White Rabbit will greet guests in the hotel lobby throughout the day.

The menu includes fresh breads and rolls, spring pea bisque, chilled seafood, salad and pasta stations, cold buffet, carving station, plus an omelette station (available until 3 p.m.). Kids’ items include mac and cheese, mini corn dogs and chicken fingers. Cost: Adults $28.99, Children $16.99.

Reservations required. Please call 772-234-2180.

How does your family celebrate Easter in Walt Disney World?

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4 Comments

  1. Chrissy says:

    The only time I was at WDW during Easter (in 1996), we (my mother and I) had dinner at Olivia’s at Old Key West. I love their ribs, but sadly Olivia’s has been replaced by Flame Tree BBQ at Animal Kingdom.

    A side story from the food stuff, though, when we did go there I was 12 at the time, and we had gone to Easter Mass at the Contemporary. The lead singer for the Mass never showed up, and me, being a 12 year old girl who had never really sang in front of a large group of people by herself (I was in church choir, but that was it), volunteered to lead the singing. That’s one of my best Disney memories ever. :)

  2. AJ says:

    Oh fun, Chrissy! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Kim says:

    Chrissy, I absolutely love your memory of singing at the Contemporary during Easter Mass. It amazes me all the different but special moments that WDW guests have enjoyed!!!

  4. Jenny says:

    Grand floridian’s 1900′s Park fare has also had a easter brunch certain years. I was in Disney for easter in 2008 and I know they had a easter brunch then.

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