Now imagine this, you are on a Walt Disney vacation. You have decided to take a day off from the theme parks. However, you have gotten used to waking up early to book you first Genie+ lightning lane each morning. You “accidently” wake up everyone in your group. Then, you decide to get an early start at Disney Springs. You find yourself at Disney Springs a little after 9am. Someone in your group asks about breakfast.
Sadly, your breakfast options appear sparse. You can pick Starbucks. You might decide to enjoy a highly themed doughnut from Everglazed Donuts and Cold Brew. Another option people forget about resides at Earl of Sandwich. Yes, this place offers sandwiches. During morning hours, they sell many breakfast options.
Most of breakfast menu exhibits standard style breakfast sandwiches. These sandwiches vary in price from $5.99 to $6.49. There are several egg-based sandwiches sold here. Guests can add various proteins such as sausage, bacon, and ham. In addition, guests can buy a BLT breakfast sandwich. The menu description for Breakfast BLT reads “bacon, lettuce, Roma tomato and mayonnaise.” If those do not appeal to you, Earl of Sandwich sells breakfast burritos (in a whole wheat wrap), breakfast bowls, oatmeal, and fruit cups,
So, are the breakfast items here worth your time? Well, that decision depends on what you desire. The breakfast sandwiches rate as average in terms of quality. They taste like standard fast food breakfast sandwiches. I would not wake up early in morning for them while on vacation. In addition, some guests express frustration with the service when ordering these items. Especially if going on a weekend, the process seems inconsistent for pickup. The breakfast burritos are hit or miss. Yet, they serve as a non-traditional breakfast meal.
Your mileage may vary but these breakfast options are unexceptional. If your plans involve beating the crowds to World of Disney store, these breakfast choices meet the nourishment needs to shop until you drop.
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