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Top 27 Restaurants with the Best Breakfast at Disney World

Starting your day in Walt Disney World calls for a breakfast that’s as enchanting as all of the magic that surrounds you. Not to mention, between waiting in long lines in the Central Florida heat and fighting the crowds, exploring the theme parks can be exhausting. So, you’re going to want to set yourself up for success with a hearty and delicious breakfast that will power you through to lunchtime.

With an array of morning dining options available across all four theme parks, each of the resort hotels and Disney Springs, you’re sure to find something tasty no matter what time you rise, your plans for the day or how fast-paced your schedule is. But, with so many restaurants to choose from, where can you find the best breakfast at Disney World? To help you on your culinary journey through this pixie-dusted world, we put together this guide that breaks down the best Disney World breakfast spots.

From quick-service joints perfect for grabbing food on the go before meeting Mickey Mouse to character breakfasts where you can dine with the Big Cheese himself, from table-service restaurants that cook up sophisticated a la carte dishes to all-you-can-eat breakfast buffets, rest assured that each meal on this list will be as memorable as the rest of your Walt Disney World vacation. So, grab a cup of coffee or a refreshing glass of orange juice (when in Florida!) as we dig into the restaurants with the best breakfast at Disney World.

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27 Best Disney World Breakfasts at the Theme Parks, Resorts and Disney Springs

Whether it’s classic Mickey waffles, something more unique like banana-stuffed and fried Tonga Toast or savory dishes like steak & eggs or breakfast sandwiches, there’s something for everyone when it comes to enjoying the most important meal of the day at Walt Disney World. The trick is knowing where to find it. Enter this handy Disney World breakfast guide.

Before we dive in, let’s tackle a few commonly asked questions about breakfast at Disney World. For starters, yes, breakfast is offered at many places around the Walt Disney World Resort, with restaurants dishing up the morning meal at each theme park, all of the hotels and Disney Springs. However, since there’s no such thing as a free meal at Disney World, there aren’t any resorts with free continental breakfast. In other words, if you want to start your day with eggs, bacon and pancakes, you’re going to have to pay for it.

Breakfast times tend to change depending on the season and theme park hours. However, restaurants in the parks usually serve breakfast from around 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM, with lunch starting around 11:00 AM. In contrast, resort restaurants tend to begin breakfast service earlier, at around 7:00 AM, to give guests plenty of time to finish eating and get to the parks for opening. Hoping to get a later start to your day? Not to worry! Many restaurants at Disney World also offer brunch, with service running through the early afternoon. (Check out our guide to the best brunch at Disney World here.)

Now, without any further ado, read on as we explore the top breakfast locations The Most Magical Place on Earth has to offer.

Magic Kingdom Park

Quick Service

Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square

If it’s a sweet start you’re after, it doesn’t get much better than Sleepy Hollow. Located in Liberty Square in the shadow of Cinderella Castle, this counter-service restaurant serves up breakfast dishes that are sure to leaving feeling like you skipped straight to dessert. While you could certainly stop by Main Street Bakery (AKA Starbucks) instead, we guarantee that Sleepy Hollow will be just as delicious, if not more so, and significantly less busy. Not only can you enjoy a true Disney Parks classic, the Mickey Waffle (with a generous sprinkle of powdered sugar and, if you like, some juicy strawberries and whipped cream), but you’ll also find what is arguably one of the best breakfast dishes in all of Walt Disney World: the Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich. Slathered with chocolate-hazelnut spread and stuffed with plump strawberries, blueberries and banana slices, this golden-brown waffle sammie perfectly balances the indulgent Nutella with nature’s sweetness in every bite.

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Character Breakfast

Cinderella’s Royal Table in Fantasyland

When it comes to starting your day in Disney World, few restaurants can match the magic of Cinderella’s Royal Table. Nestled in the heart of Magic Kingdom in Fantasyland‘s Cinderella Castle, this quintessential character dining experience immerses guests in the grandeur and elegance of Disney’s classic story, transporting them straight into a fairy tale. During this breakfast fit for royalty, you’ll mingle with your favorite Disney Princesses while tucking into a prix fixe feast of upscale morning favorites. Think decadent Caramel Apple-stuffed French Toast with sweet cream cheese and savory Beef Tenderloin and Egg with a rich cheese sauce. In between bites, pose for photos and get autographs while you chat it up with the likes of Ariel, Aurora and Snow White. Given the guest list and the storybook setting, this is one of the pricier breakfast options on our list. So, keep that in mind when booking a table (advance reservations are highly encouraged).


Quick Service

Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in the France Pavilion

If you’re a Disney World breakfast enthusiast, chances are that Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie is one of the first restaurants that springs to mind. Tucked way in the back of World Showcase in Epcot’s France Pavilion, this French bakery is many guests’ go-to spot for an authentic European-style morning meal. Just like eateries in France, their menu is a culinary delight, with flaky croissants and chocolate-filled pastries that will have you feeling like you’ve been whisked straight to the streets of Paris without ever leaving Florida. Looking for something savory? Quiches packed full of salty ham, cheese and spinach make for hearty meals when paired up with latte or cappuccino.

France Building at Epcot

Character Breakfast

Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in the Norway Pavilion

Hoping to dine with royalty without spending an arm and a leg? Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in the Norway Pavilion in World Showcase is another Disney World princess breakfast with a similar lineup of visiting royalty without the princely price tag. Here, guests are treated to an all-you-can-eat family-style feast while rubbing elbows with some of their favorite Disney Princesses. The breakfast menu here offers up a mix of traditional American favorites with a few Norwegian-inspired dishes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, potato casserole and their signature heart-shaped Norwegian Waffles. Sweet and doughy with a delightfully crispy edge, these are the stars of the show—along with the princesses that mill about the dining room, of course.

Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Harvest Feast at Garden Grill Restaurant in the Land Pavilion

If you’re after a different kind of character dining experience to start your day, you may want to consider Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Harvest Feast at Garden Grill Restaurant. Located in The Land Pavilion in World Nature, this revolving table-service restaurant gazes out over the Living With the Land attraction below. That’s right—the dining room spins! Just like the name implies, this Disney World breakfast cooks up delicious food crafted with fresh ingredients grown right there in the Living With the Land greenhouses, like Cheesy Potato Casserole, Grilled Flank Steak with Ranchero Sauce, fresh fruit and, of course, Mickey Waffles. To top off this already wonderful breakfast, you’ll also enjoy tableside visits from two of Disney’s most dynamic duos: those rascally chipmunks Chip ‘n’ Dale and Mickey Mouse (in his farmer’s outfit, naturally) and his best pal Pluto. Altogether, this is easily near the top of our list for the best breakfast at Disney World.

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Quick Service

Ronto Roasters in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Ever wondered what breakfast on another planet might taste like? At Ronto Roasters, situated in the heart of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios, you can find out. Although the menu is small—there are only two dedicated breakfast options to choose from—what is on offer is tasty. For those looking for something on the lighter side, Rising Moons Overnight Oats is the perfect fuel, whether you’re exploring galaxies far, far away or simply looking for something to tide you over until you park hop to Magic Kingdom later, with dragon fruit and creamy yogurt. Or, for a hearty breakfast, you’ll definitely want to try the Ronto Morning Wrap. Made with flame-kissed ronto (AKA grilled pork sausage), shredded cheese, eggs and a kick of zesty peppercorn sauce, all wrapped in pita bread for maximum flavor efficiency, this Disney breakfast wrap is as delicious as it is portable.

Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land

For those traveling to Disney World with children, chances are that you need to go somewhere that can satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land definitely fits the bill. This Hollywood Studios breakfast spot serves comforting morning classics that will keep you and your little ones energized throughout your Disney World adventure. Their most iconic menu item is their Lunch Box Tart. Just like the Pop-Tarts that you used to stick in your toaster to chow down on your way to school, these flavorful pastries are light yet scrumptious, filled with flavors like raspberry marmalade and topped with strawberry fondant and crispy pearls. Need something more filling? Go for their Breakfast Bowl, which piles together scrambled eggs and tater tots before smothering them with a delectable smoked brisket gravy. Whichever you choose, it’s sure to keep you full and happy long after you leave Toy Story Land behind.

Character Breakfast

Disney Junior Play n’ Dine Breakfast at Hollywood & Vine on Hollywood Boulevard

Looking for a sit-down meal you can enjoy with your kiddos instead? The Disney Junior Play n’ Dine at Hollywood & Vine is right up your alley. Filled with character (Disney characters, that is), this Hollywood Studios buffet restaurant allows your children to eat breakfast with some of the stars of their favorite Disney Junior cartoons. Just as kid-friendly as the guests of honor is the spread of all-American breakfast favorites, which features items like Bananas Foster French Toast, Mickey Waffles and Seasonal Bread Pudding. There are also a few options that the adults in the room are sure to love, like Eggs Benedict and Salmon and Bagel Casserole.

Disney's Hollywood Studios Hollywood & Vine sign

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

Quick Service

Pongu Pongu in Pandora – The World of Avatar

For those wanting to start their day in Animal Kingdom off on the right foot, make your way to Pongu Pongu. Nestled within the lush landscapes of Pandora beneath the floating Hallelujah Mountains, this intergalactic counter-service Disney breakfast spot offers a small selection of AM dishes to kickstart your day. If you’re a more adventurous eater, the Pongu Lumpia makes for a unique and delicious breakfast, wrapping sweet pineapple and cream cheese in a crispy shell. Of course, if traditional comfort food sounds more appealing first thing in the morning, they’ve got you covered there, too. Marshall’s Favorite Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit makes for a hearty meal that will hold you over until you’re ready for lunch.

Yak & Yeti Local Food Cafes in Asia

With its animal experiences and exotic locales, Animal Kingdom is easily Disney World’s most adventurous theme park. To power you through whatever excitement your day might hold, head over to Yak & Yeti Local Food Cafes, a quick-service breakfast joint in the Asia section of the park. If you’re after something substantial to kickstart your day of adventures, their Breakfast Bowls and English Muffin Sandwiches are sure to hit the spot. While their bowls are a yummy mashup of scrambled eggs, cheese and breakfast potatoes (with the option of adding bacon or sausage), the sandwiches take all of your morning favorites and layer them conveniently between a toasted English muffin. Crispy Hash Brown bites make for the ideal accompaniment.

Character Breakfast

Tusker House Restaurant in Africa

For guests looking to begin their day with a morning meal that is just as adventurous as Animal Kingdom and its attractions, with an extra helping of pixie dust, make breakfast reservations at Tusker House Restaurant. Located not far from Kilimanjaro Safaris, this African safari-themed character dining offering cooks up some of the best breakfast at Disney World. At Tusker House, you’re not merely grabbing a bite to eat. You’re embarking on an adventure with some of Disney’s most beloved characters. Imagine tucking into delicious dishes like Mickey and Simba Waffles, Zebra Coffee Cake, Guava Cream Cheese Danish and breakfast meats while Donald Duck and his friends stop by in their finest safari gear for photos and autographs. It’s a roaringly good time.

Tusker House Restaurant during Christmas

Walt Disney World Resorts

Quick Service

Capt. Cook’s at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

You don’t need to spend a bunch of money to have a memorable breakfast at Disney World, and Capt. Cook’s at the Polynesian Village Resort is proof of that. This quick-service restaurant offers up two of Disney World’s most iconic breakfast options: Mickey Waffles and Tonga Toast, which sees sourdough bread stuffed with bananas before being battered and fried until golden brown, then generously dusted with cinnamon sugar. Add in a cheap and cheerful price tag, and it doesn’t get much sweeter than this. It’s almost worth taking a detour on the resort monorail before heading to Magic Kingdom.

Scat Cat’s Club – Café at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter

Whether you’re a fan of the vibrant, lively spirit of New Orleans or simply the classic breakfast pairing of coffee and donuts, Scat Cat’s Club – Café at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter is just the place for your morning meal. While many go to Scat Cat’s Club for its live jazz music and stiff drinks, this hotel lounge is also a surprisingly great place for a quick breakfast. The highlight here is their Mickey-shaped Beignets, which receive a hearty sprinkle of powdered sugar. (If you want to get the party started early, you can also go the boozy route and spike them with RumChata, Bailey’s Irish Cream or Kahlua.) Wash them down just like they do in The Big Easy with a warming cup of Chicory Coffee. Not to mention, between the wrought-iron balconies and street lamp-studded walkways, the atmosphere here is also downright charming.

Plate of Mickey-shaped Beignets with powdered sugar

Table Service – A La Carte

Grand Floridian Cafe at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

The Grand Floridian Cafe at, you guessed it, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa offers a table-service breakfast experience that is both satisfying and memorable. With its tempting array of brunch-worthy dishes served all morning long and laidback-yet-elegant Victorian-inspired setting, it truly sets itself apart among other Disney breakfast options. Elevated selections like Steak & Eggs with hashbrown casserole and house-made steak sauce, crispy Buttermilk-fried Chicken & Waffle drizzled with sriracha honey and Smoked Salmon Florentine Benedict help to make Grand Floridian Cafe a true hidden gem in the Magic Kingdom Resort Area.

Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

While ‘Ohana, the Polynesian Village Resort’s incredibly popular character breakfast and family-style dinner spot, often gets the bulk of the buzz, nearby Kona Cafe actually takes the lead when it comes to the best Disney World breakfast. This isn’t your typical breakfast place. It’s a slice of paradise that transports you straight to Hawaii with every bite. Like Capt. Cook’s, the undisputed star attraction here is the Tonga Toast, which comes with strawberry compote and your choice of breakfast meat. However, equally yummy options such as Macadamia Nut Pancakes slathered with macadamia nut butter and pineapple sauce and Plant-based Loco Moco, a vegetarian twist on a Hawaiian breakfast classic, certainly give this heavy hitter a run for its money.

Olivia’s Cafe at Disney’s Old Key West Resort

One of the Sunshine State’s most iconic destinations is the Florida Keys. Unfortunately, this chain of islands is a pretty long way from Orlando. On the bright side, thanks to Olivia’s Cafe at Disney’s Old Key West Resort, you can start your day on island time without ever leaving Disney World property. This charming Disney breakfast spot serves up South Florida fare that is as inviting as the restaurant’s laid-back atmosphere. Brunch is served daily here from 7:30 AM to 2:00 PM, so diners can expect a pleasant mix of some of the best breakfast and lunch items Disney World has to offer. When it comes to breakfast, the Banana Bread Pudding is a standout, with crème anglaise, coconut whipped cream and a Bahamian Banana-Rum Syrup, while the Mexican-inspired flavors of the Sombrero Beach Omelet are perfect for those in search of something savory.

Giraffes grazing trees in the sunset

Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Kidani Village

As cozy as morning favorites like classic sausage, eggs and French toast are, there’s something to be said for trying something that’s a little bit different. That’s right, adventurous eaters, this one is for you. Located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Kidani Village, the Disney Vacation Club side of the property, Sanaa isn’t your typical pancake and bacon joint. Here, they’ve taken inspiration from the flavors of India and Africa to create some of the most unique dishes that you won’t find them anywhere else at Disney World. The Boere Breakfast, which comes with house-made South African-style Boerewors sausage alongside morning mainstays like eggs and bacon, offers something special while still feeling approachable. Then there’s the Methi Paratha Sandwich, where scrambled eggs meet potatoes masala, gouda cheese, chermoula and papaya achar for a breakfast handheld with an Indian twist. Add in the amazing views of the wildlife-filled savanna, and this is one breakfast at Disney World that you won’t soon forget.

Steakhouse 71 at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

While a steakhouse most likely isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you think of a morning meal, after eating breakfast at Steakhouse 71 in Disney’s Contemporary Resort, we guarantee that will change. For those looking for something classic yet refined to kick off their morning, this nostalgic resort restaurant is the place to be. Located in what was once The Wave, another popular spot for breakfast at Disney World, Steakhouse 71 cooks up no shortage of delicious dishes, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner. In the morning, stop by on the way to Magic Kingdom for elevated Steak and Eggs with filet mignon or pay tribute to Mr. Disney himself with Walt’s Prime Rib Hash, which mixes seared prime rib with caramelized onions and peppers and fried potatoes before topping it off with a fried egg. Best of all, this table-service restaurant is located within walking distance from Magic Kingdom, making for both a delicious and convenient start to your day.

Trattoria Al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk

We know what you’re thinking. Breakfast at an Italian restaurant? That’s right, and it sure is delicious. Nestled along Disney’s BoardWalk overlooking Crescent Lake, Trattoria al Forno is another of the best Disney World breakfast spots. Once home to a character breakfast starring Ariel & Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid and Rapunzel & Flynn Rider from Tangled (it sadly has yet to return since closing due to the pandemic), it has since turned to its roots as a basic table-service restaurant. While the characters haven’t come back yet, breakfast at Trattoria al Forno is just as tasty as ever. Coffee lovers will adore the decadent Tiramisu Bread Pudding made with cinnamon brioche and mascarpone cream. On the other side of things, savory breakfast fans will enjoy the classic breakfast dishes served with Italian flair, like the fresh Caprese Omelet and the Al Forno Eggs, which pairs creamy polenta with savory fennel sausage and a spiced tomato sauce to bring it all together.

Beach near Disney's Yacht Club in Walt Disney World Resort

Table Service – Buffet-Style

Ale & Compass at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

For those looking for a bountiful breakfast that elevates the basics, Ale & Compass at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort has your name on it, serving up an impressive array of breakfast dishes that are both sophisticated and comforting. The Crab Cake Benedict takes a classic to an indulgent new level, as does the Dark Chocolate Waffle, which comes topped with dried cherry compote and espresso-mascarpone cream, and the Salted Caramel-Apple French Toast. Not to mention, this Disney hotel restaurant is perfect for folks who love a big breakfast, as diners have the option to upgrade their a la carte entree to the bottomless breakfast buffet, adding all-you-can-eat helpings of items like cinnamon rolls and cheddar biscuits with country gravy to the already delicious mix.

Boma – Flavors of Africa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Jambo House

When talking about the best breakfast at Disney, one table-service restaurant that is always on everyone’s lips is Boma – Flavors of Africa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Jambo House. Here, guests can fill up for a day of Disney adventures with their all-you-care-to-enjoy breakfast buffet. This impressive spread is stuffed with an array of both American classics and African-inspired breakfast dishes. Along with pancakes, waffles, Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Pudding and omelets, guests can also tuck into Turkey Bobotie, a South African-style spiced egg dish that is downright delicious. (If you’re still hungry later, we also highly recommend that you return for the equally yummy dinner buffet, which features more bobotie, as well as carved meats, an amazing selection of rotating soups and the ever-popular Zebra Domes.

Whispering Canyon Cafe at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Some people want a quiet start to their day before jumping headlong into the pixie-dusted madness of the parks. To be clear, that isn’t what you’ll get at Whispering Canyon Cafe at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. One of our favorite restaurants at the Disney World resorts, this Wild West-inspired table-service restaurant overflows with family-friendly ambiance. What’s more, this Magic Kingdom Resort Area restaurant is as big on food as it is on charm, serving up generous helpings of approachable breakfast favorites. Although this isn’t a breakfast buffet, diners can choose to share all-you-can-eat family-style breakfast skillets like The Heritage, which comes with classics like house-made buttermilk cheddar biscuits with sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, Mickey waffles and breakfast meats. Be sure to ask for ketchup!

Mickey waffles, bacon and eggs

Character Breakfast

Best Friends Breakfast Featuring Lilo & Stitch at ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

While ‘Ohana at the Polynesian Village Resort is one of the most popular dinner spots at Disney World, it’s also home to some of the best breakfast the Magic Kingdom Resort Area has to offer. A character breakfast starring two of Disney’s most dynamic duos, Lilo & Stitch and Mickey & Pluto, the Best Friends Breakfast dishes up an all-you-care-to-enjoy family-style feast with a tropical twist. Bottomless breakfast skillets come with morning favorites like Mickey-shaped waffles and scrambled eggs, as well as Hawaiian-style ham with pineapple compote and fried island-style potatoes. And whatever you do, be sure to save some room for the addictively delicious Pineapple-Coconut Breakfast Bread. Afterward, hop on the Magic Kingdom resort monorail or a water taxi to get to the park.

Breakfast à la Art with Mickey & Friends at Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera at Disney’s Riviera Resort

Looking for a restaurant that takes breakfast to the next level? Then you definitely won’t want to miss Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera at Disney’s Riviera Resort. Perched high atop the Riviera Resort, this rooftop restaurant serves up some of the best breakfast at Disney World with a side of stunning bird’s-eye views. On top of that, Topolino’s Terrace also happens to host one of the best character meals at Disney World, with Mickey and Minnie and their pals stopping by to say “hello” while dressed in their finest artist attire. Even if you could care less about the characters, Topolino’s Terrace at the Riviera Resort is still worth a breakfast reservation. The Sour Cream Waffles with roasted apples, chantilly cream and orange-maple syrup are to die for, as is the French Toast Brûlée. Craving something savory? The combination of creamy cheese, soft eggs and flaky pastry in the Quiche Gruyere is sure to leave you craving more.

Chef Mickey’s at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Along with Cinderella’s Royal Table in Magic Kingdom, few character meals at Disney World are more emblematic or in-demand than Chef Mickey’s at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Helmed by the Big Cheese himself, along with the rest of the Fab Five, this fun-filled breakfast is sure to be a win for families with kids. Not only do your gracious hosts make tableside visits for photos and autographs, but the breakfast buffet is overflowing with approachable options perfect for picky eaters, like Mickey-shaped Waffles, Buttermilk Biscuits and Sausage Gravy and Corned Beef Hash.

Mickey at character lunch with two guests
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Disney Springs

Quick Service

Earl of Sandwich in Marketplace

Everyone loves the humble breakfast sandwich, and few restaurants do it better than Earl of Sandwich in Disney Springs. As any sandwich enthusiast knows, the secret to an excellent handheld is in the bread. So, with its pillowy insides and delicately crisp crust, the freshly baked rolls at this quick-service restaurant put Earl of Sandwich in the running for not just the best breakfast sandwiches but the best breakfast at Disney World, period. Options are plentiful—from sandwiches topped with eggs, cheddar cheese, breakfast sauce and your choice of bacon, sausage or ham to a Breakfast BLT. Best of all, the prices here are, dare we say, almost cheap, making this a winner all around.

Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew in West Side

Few breakfast pairings are more beloved than the quintessential coffee and donut. If you’re a fan of the classic combo, then Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew on the West Side of Disney Springs is your breakfast nirvana. This spot takes the morning pastry game to another level with a diverse menu that extends beyond the traditional bakery offerings. Their lineup includes timeless favorites like glazed and chocolate iced but also features unique variations for those craving something different. Standout options include the Fruity Pebbles, Nutella Boston Cream, Maple Double Bacon and Peanut Butter Explosion, and that’s just to name a few. You can even get a Breakfast Burger or Breakfast Sammie on one of their glazed donuts instead of a bun. Apart from the sweet treats, Everglazed also shakes up an array of cold brew coffees ranging from straightforward choices to more flavor-filled varieties.

Variety of donuts on a pan

Well, breakfast fans, that brings this foodie guide to its thrilling conclusion. We don’t know about you, but we’re stuffed. What’s your pick for the best breakfast place at Disney World? Let us know in the comments! Then, learn how you can save on your next vacation with our discount Disney tickets.