Cape May Café Menu For Breakfast and Dinner Has Been Posted

Disney has announced that Cape May Café at the Disney Beach Club Resort, will be reopening on May 18th, with reservations opening on May 7th.

There will be a breakfast and dinner service when it reopens. We have the menus for both.

Breakfast

Pricing: $25 per adult (plus tax and gratuity) and $14 per child (plus tax and gratuity)

Menu

Assorted House-made Pastries and Spreads

Croissant, Multi Grain Croissant, French Rolls, “Lobster Tail” pastry filled with Pastry Cream, Mini Muffins with Butter, Jelly, and Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread
Yogurt Parfaits

Mixed Fresh Fruits

Breakfast Platter
Mickey Waffles, Buttermilk Pancakes, Brioche French Toast, Cage-free Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Breakfast Sausage, Crispy Potato Barrels and Beef Hash

Dinner 

Pricing: $42 per adult (plus tax and gratuity) and $25 per child (plus tax and gratuity)

Menu

House-baked Breads and Accompaniments

Seasonal Harvest Salad

 

The Turf Platter

Slow-roasted Strip Loin, Oven-roasted Lemon-Pepper Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, and Farmer’s Market Vegetables
Seafood Boil
PEI Mussels, Peel-n-Eat Shrimp, Cape May Clams, Sustainable Catch of the Day, Red Bliss Potatoes, and Corn. Snow Crab Legs and Whole Steamed Main Lobster available at additional cost.
Assortment of Desserts

Optional Enhancements

Steamed Crab Legs $29 (per pound)

Whole Steamed Lobster  $35

Non-Alcoholic Mocktails

Pomegranate Lemonade Minute Maid® Premium Lemonade with Pomegranate and Lime Juices  $5.49

Sparkling No-Jito-Lime Juice, Pure Cane Sugar, and Mint topped with Soda Water  $4.99

Grapefruit Spritzer- Ruby Red Grapefruit and Lime Juices topped with Soda Water $5.49

Watermelon Lemonade- Minute Maid® Premium Lemonade and Watermelon $5.49
There is also a large selection of beers, wines, and cocktails that you can view HERE.
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