So we feel we know a little bit about what to expect from breakfast foods at Disney Resorts. So this morning, we headed over to Landscape of Flavors at the newly reopened Art of Animation Resort to check out what was for…you guessed it…breakfast.
Raise your hand if you know that morning rush when you’re trying to hop on your favorite attractions, buuut you’re also hungry for a good breakfast?
And, since that line for the Starbucks on Main Street U.S.A. can get pretty long (people need their coffee), we’ve got a NEW spot in the Magic Kingdom to snag a filling and delicious snack to start your day!
Good morning from Animal Kingdom, friends!
We recently found ourselves at the park quite early (trying to get on Flight of Passage TBH), and in need of a breakfast to fuel our wild adventures. We decided to head to the Yak and Yeti Local Foods Cafe, located in the quiet village of Anandapur. That’s right — we traveled all the way from the planet of Pandora to Asia, just for breakfast. (Talk about dedication. 😉 )
It’s back! Tangaroa Terrace Tropical Bar & Grill has reopened at Disneyland Hotel, and we are stoked! This quick service, fast casual restaurant brings an island vibe to breakfast, lunch, dinner, and grab-and-go in a refreshed space that’s a colorful homage to the islands! And did we mention there’s Dole Whip?!
Oh, yeah: there’s Dole Whip! You KNOW we’re here for that! But we’re also here for breakfast! So pull up a wicker chair and get ready to fill up — island style! [Read more…]
If you’re starting your Disney World day with a stop at the Intermission Food Court at All Star Music Resort, you might want to check out the new All-Star Chart Topper Breakfast Sandwich. It takes everything (and I do mean just about everything) you might possibly want for breakfast, and smooshes it all into one big ol’ breakfast sandwich!
I spy bacon, eggs, cheese, gravy, sausage links, potato barrels (tater tots), and some other sort of fried goodness, all tucked in between an English Muffin. Basically, it’s like the Kitchen Sink of Breakfast Sandwiches.
But THIS is the MOST important part… [Read more…]
So, Everything Pop Food Court at Disney’s Pop Century Resort is at it again.
We recently shared our review of lunch here. But when we heard of a new-to-us breakfast sandwich, I knew we needed to get in gear and head back to Everything Pop asap.
The Pop-Tarts® Breakfast Sandwich
OK, so here we go. This unique breakfast sammy includes: eggs, bacon, cheese (pretty standard, right?) and…Pop-Tarts. Yep. Pop-Tarts. As in the original breakfast toaster pastry.
And I may be able to understand the whole thing if they were using the un-frosted brown sugar version…that might give it a fun, breakfast-y sweet/salty thing. But, no. They’re sandwiching the egg, bacon, and cheese between two frosted strawberry Pop-Tarts. Wha?!?
Yeah, so, that’s happening.
Should you [Read more…]
Editor’s Note: With the opening of Trolley Car Cafe, Fairfax Fare is no longer serving breakfast.
Breakfast time!!! Today we are at Fairfax Fare in Disney’s Hollywood Studios for a quick nosh.
One of my favorite things to do when I’m in Disney World is combine exercise with research, so while I was on a morning walk on the BoardWalk during a recent trip, I headed in to the Studios to scrounge up some breakfast.
Since Fairfax Fare is one of the only quick service locations for a hot breakfast in the Studios — and it’s fairly close to the front of the park — it seemed like a good choice! Let’s see how it goes…
Fairfax Fare is located in the Sunset Ranch Market area of Hollywood Studios. This super convenient spot is at a crossroads of sorts between Tower of Terror and Rock n Roller Coaster. It’s the perfect place to await your fastpass time!
The counter service location, like all of the Sunset Ranch Market stops, is a tiny walk up counter, and features a small menu.
Seating for Fairfax Fare is shared with other Sunset Ranch Market locations, and is made up of outdoor pavilions and tables with umbrellas. I prefer the pavilions, since they’re fitted with fans overhead.
Much of the seating is covered, although the early morning sun does tend to spill in anyway. It’s perfectly fine though for a quick stop.
We’ve stopped by Fairfax Fare recently for a review of some seriously good gourmet hot dogs. But this time, we were visiting a bit earlier in the day.
If you’d like to sample their breakfast menu though, you’d better get here early. Like most of the park breakfast spots, they only serve the meal until 10:30am! (Yup; I was rushing to get here on time!)
Among other options, you can choose from [Read more…]
Join us in welcoming guest author Catie Hiltz with a review of the food court at Port Orleans Resort French Quarter in Disney World! Yep — this is where you can get those one-of-a-kind beignets!! But Catie’s got some other treats in mind…start your morning with one of these yummy eats!
My husband and I loved staying at Port Orleans French Quarter, and found Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory (the resort’s counter-service food court) to be a great place to grab a bite to eat before or after spending some time at the parks. They carry all the standards for breakfast, from the always delicious Mickey waffles, to omelets, platters, and pancakes.
The resort itself is New Orleans themed, and has a relaxed, romantic feeling. The Food Factory fits right in with the theme — it’s large and open, and even during the breakfast rush, it’s loud but not deafening. It didn’t feel crowded at all.
With its mismatched chairs and tables — and the oversize Mardi Gras float decor — the Food Factory really makes you feel like you’re hanging out in the Big Easy!
Plus, since it was [Read more…]