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News! Disney World Swan and Dolphin to Host a Mother’s Day Brunch

Mother’s Day is fast approaching — May 12, to be exact — and if you haven’t made plans yet, we have some terrific news for you!

The Walt Disney Wold Swan and Dolphin will host a Mother’s Day Brunch to help celebrate all the wonderful things that she does throughout the year.

Celebrate Mom with Your Disney Friends at the Garden Grove!

When: Sunday, May 12, 2013, 11:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

Where: Garden Grove Cafe, Walt Disney World Swan Resort

Cost: $35.99 for Adults, $19.99 for children ages 3-9, children under three eat for free

The buffet-style meal will include some wonderful indulgences for Mom, such as create-your-own Eggs Benedict station!

Garden Grove Mother's Day Brunch Menu -- Click to Enlarge

The menu veers toward lunch from there, however, with soups and salads, plus an array of meat, fish, and pasta dishes. Finish the celebratory meal with a selection of homemade cakes and pastries.

And that’s not all — Mom receives a complimentary Mimosa to enjoy with her meal! And since the Garden Grove features a character experience, the whole family will enjoy visiting with Disney friends!

Mom Will Enjoy a Delicious Mimosa with Brunch

Reservations are strongly recommended for this very popular event. Call (407) 934-1609 to secure your spot!

Pricing does not reflect tax and gratuity. An 18% gratuity will be added to all checks. Discounts, promotions, and coupons will not be accepted for this event.

Will you be toasting Mom at the Garden Grove Cafe this Mother’s Day? Leave us a comment with your Disney Mom’s Day plans!

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2 Comments

  1. CanadiansLoveWDW says:

    wow looks great… and based on the menu not a bad price either…

  2. Jason says:

    I think a full blown Garden Grove review is in order ;) We ate there last trip specifically for the “Southern BBQ” night (the buffet theme changes nightly) and it was our favorite meal of the trip. And is easily top 5 buffet overall… rarely crowded, character dining, fabulous food (the carved organic BBQ chicken was amazing) and an open dessert kitchen where you can watch the chefs making some awesome desserts! I highly recommend the BBQ night but assume the other nights are just as good. It may not be “signature” dining good but for a character buffet it is really good and even allows a relaxing meal since it is rarely crowded and much more quiet than most.

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