Surprise! I’m writing about breakfast again.
Here’s the premise: it’s expensive. Especially if you’re looking for a buffet that’ll offers lots of options for your hungry troops. Take a look at these numbers (adult prices listed):
- $32.99 for Princess Storybook Breakfast (Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, Epcot)
- $30.88 for Disney Junior Play ‘n Dine Breakfast (Hollywood & Vine, Disney’s Hollywood Studios)
- $28.99 for Mickey’s Fun Time Buffet (Chef Mickey’s, Contemporary Resort)
- $26.99 for Beach Club Breakfast Buffet (Cape May Café, Beach Club)
- $24.99 for Supercalifragilistic Breakfast (1900 Park Faire, Grand Floridian Resort)
Whoa! Feed one adult and two children at any of these places is going to cost at least $55 …
But wait! Who said breakfast has to have characters to be a delicious and filling start to your day?? I present to you, the two cheapest breakfast buffets on Disney World Resort property:
- $19.99 for the breakfast buffet at The Wave (Contemporary Resort)
- $17.99 for the breakfast buffet at Trail’s End Restaurant (Fort Wilderness Resort)
Not only are both of these buffets delicious (try the sweet potato pancakes at The Wave … absolutely to die for!), but they’re both just a boat ride away from the Magic Kingdom. So you can fill ’em up and let ’em loose in New Fantasyland!
And if you’re really, really cheap (ehem … like myself), I have an even better option for you: All You Care to Enjoy dining! At Whispering Canyon Café at the Wilderness Lodge, you can get a bottomless-plate full of scrambled eggs, red potatoes, bacon, sausage, biscuits and Mickey waffles all for only $16.49!!
Here’s the conclusion: you can get full bellies and keep a full(ish) wallet. Hooray for inexpensive buffets!!
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Melissa Sue works in higher education communications in upstate New York, where she lives with her husband Robert, a secondary school teacher, and her cavapoo George (as in King George). Melissa began visiting Disney World when she was six and today owns a piece of the magic at Bay Lake Tower. She blogs at Mouse on the Mind and tweets @msorrellsgalley. She’ll be contributing money-saving tips to The Affordable Mouse.