Have you ever been on an Orlando area vacation wanting to enjoy a character breakfast? However, you were visiting for a short time not wanting to use valuable park time for this breakfast. Maybe you are flying back in the afternoon but still wanting a Disney experience without going into the parks. If so, several Disney characters breakfasts happen off-site but nearby Walt Disney World. One example exists at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando (10100 Dream Tree Blvd, Lake Buena, FL 32836).
The meal costs $48. This character breakfast features Goofy and his pals. Guests need reservations for this character breakfast. Hotel website lists phone number to call as 1-407-313-7777. You may select to use “OpenTable” also.
The hotel website indicates all guests will be able to see Goofy & His Pals as they parade through the restaurant in their unique (to this event) stylish outfits. Currently, autographs with characters are not available. However, all guests will have their photo taken upon arrival, which will have a little Disney magic.
Food options include a fairly set menu. Guests get to enjoy selections form the bakery basket, sliced fruit and their choice of entrée. The beverage options include orange or grapefruit juice and coffee.
The entrée choices range from smoked salmon, waffles/pancakes, omelets, eggs with toast and choice of breakfast meat, cowboy frittata, huevos rancheros, and several omelet options.
Of course, the main reason you attend a character breakfast is the characters. Various Goofy related characters stroll through the dining area on a regular basis. Since tables are distanced apart, diners will enjoy the characters coming by.
If you are interested in this breakfast, a few more details should be noted. This breakfast happens on Thursday and Saturday mornings. Breakfast opens at 7am with closing time being 11am. Also, on some select Tuesday mornings this breakfast will occur. Visitors may park here via valet getting validation with meal making valet parking cost $5. The dress code is casual.
Though not a commonly considered spot for breakfast, the quality and price deserve consideration. Yes, this resort hotel exists a bit out of the way. Still, this might make a great last meal/Disney style event before your vacation ends.
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