A view of EPCOT with the iconic Spaceship Earth sphere in the background. In the foreground, there is a topiary sculpture of Mickey Mouse.

Where to Get Breakfast in EPCOT- 2024

Ready to kickstart your day in EPCOT, my favorite Disney park, with a scrumptious breakfast? 🌅✨

Whether you’re a planner or a last-minute decision-maker, I’ve got the inside scoop on the best breakfast spots here. From quick, tasty bites 🥐☕ to magical character dining experiences 🍳👑, this guide will ensure your Disney adventure begins on the most magical note.

Let’s dive into the flavors of EPCOT together and discover where your taste buds will lead you!

Quick-Service Breakfast in EPCOT

EPCOT shines as a culinary gem within Walt Disney World, especially for its lunch and dinner offerings.

But when morning arrives, finding a breakfast spot might seem like a quest. Not to worry! There are select quick-service eateries where you can snag a tasty breakfast without needing a reservation. These spots offer a convenient way to fuel up for your day of exploration and no reservation is needed!

Let’s dive into where you can grab a quick, satisfying start to your day in EPCOT.

1. Sunshine Seasons

Sunshine Seasons is a quick-service, food court-style restaurant located in The Land Pavillion next to Soarin’ and Living with the Land.

If you are heading to Soarin’ first thing in the morning, this is a great stop to grab breakfast.

They have many choices including a hot breakfast platter with French Toast, eggs, potatoes, bacon, and sausage. Other options include oatmeal, cereal, a breakfast croissant sandwich, and a bagel with cream cheese.

Your kids will love the kid breakfast platter, which includes scrambled eggs, bacon, and cinnamon French Toast with a drink.

There are a wide variety of caffeinated beverages including coffee, hot tea, espresso, cappuccino, iced lattes, and iced coffee. Fountain drinks, orange juice, apple juice, white milk, chocolate milk, and hot chocolate are also available.

Fun Fact: What’s so cool about Sunshine Seasons and Garden Grill Restaurant is that the produce and seafood cooked here are grown at the greenhouses located right here in The Land Pavilion. Jump on the Living with the Land boat ride after eating breakfast to learn all about what Disney grows here at EPCOT.

PRO-TIP: Ride Soarin’ first before eating breakfast at Sunshine Seasons. The wait for Soarin’ will get much longer as the morning progresses.

Price: $14.99 and under
Location: The Land Pavilion

2. Connections Café/Starbucks

Connections Cafe/Starbucks is located in World Celebration near Club Cool and the Creations Shop.

For all you Starbucks lovers, this is the place to get all your favorite Starbucks beverages, breakfast sandwiches, and pastries.

Plus, how fun is it to drink Starbucks out of a cup covered in Mickey, Minnie, Tinkerbell, and Mickey balloons!!

A hand holding a Starbucks iced latte with a colorful Disney-themed design on the cup.

PRO-TIP: Early mornings are a great time to go to Starbucks. Afternoon waiting lines can be crazy long.

Price: $7 and under
Location: In World Celebration near Club Cool and Creations Shop

3. Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie

Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie is a French bakery located in the France Pavilion. It’s a great option for those entering through the International Gateway in France.

A family enjoys breakfast at Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in EPCOT, with a boy focused on his food, a girl happily displaying macarons, and a man smiling at the camera.

Here you will find a wide selection of pastries including beignets, pain au chocolates (chocolate croissants), and croissant amandes (chocolate croissants with almond filling). There are also many sandwiches and specialty items including croissant salé (eggs, cheese, and bacon on a croissant).

To go along with your yummy pastry or sandwich, grab an espresso, cappuccino, latte, café (coffee), or even a mimosa! The kids will love a chocolat chaud (hot chocolate), lait au chocolat (chocolate milk), or a fountain beverage.

Early morning is the best time to come here if you’d like to try this super popular bakery in EPCOT. Lines at lunch into the afternoon can get crazy long!

As they say in France, Bon appetite!

PRO-TIP: “Rope Drop” Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and then head to Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie after you exit the ride.

The entrance to Remy's Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT, with a classic Parisian fountain in the foreground, inviting guests into the charming streets of France.

Price: $14.99 and under
Location: France Pavilion in the World Showcase

4. Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe is a delicious, quick-service, Norwegian Bakery located in the Norway Pavilion. It’s the perfect place to grab breakfast in EPCOT if heading to Frozen Ever After in the morning.

Entrance to the 'Frozen Ever After' attraction at EPCOT, with a stone facade and blue banners, nestled between quaint European-style buildings and a leafy green tree in the foreground.

This bakery offers some delicious Norwegian pastries including school bread, which is a sweet roll filled with custard and dipped in coconut. Lefse is a soft flatbread rolled with cinnamon, sugar, and butter. Eplekake, an apple cake with caramel drizzle.

They also have Mickey cinnamon rolls.

No shortage of caffeine beverages here either. Joffrey’s Coffee, Joffrey’s cold brew, espresso, cappuccino, caffe latte, and frozen coffee. Your kids will enjoy the fountain beverages.

They also offer an adult beverage-frozen Viking coffee! This includes Baileys Irish Cream and Kamora Coffee Liqueur with coffee-chocolate sauce.

If you don’t make it to Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe for breakfast, stop by at any other time of the day. The pastries are AMAZING!!

PRO-TIP: Rope Drop Frozen Ever After before the line gets crazy long and then go next door to grab your food at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe.

Price: $14 and under
Location: Norway Pavilion in the World Showcase

Character Breakfast in EPCOT

Dive into the magic of character dining at EPCOT, where breakfast becomes an unforgettable experience.

Perfect for families, especially those with toddlers and young children, these meals are sprinkled with fun and enchantment. Meet your favorite Disney characters as they stop by your table, making for an interactive and joyous start to your day in the park. It’s not just a meal; it’s a magical moment to cherish.

5. Garden Grill Restaurant

Garden Grill Restaurant is an excellent choice for a character breakfast at EPCOT.

Characters seen at Garden Grill Restaurant include Chip ‘n’ Dale, Farmer Mickey, and Pluto. Besides characters, what also makes Garden Grill Restaurant fun is it is a rotating restaurant!!

"Farmer Mickey" at the Garden Grill, wearing his classic overalls and plaid shirt, with a big smile for the visitors.

Garden Grill serves many delicious items family-style including Mickey Waffles and their signature dish Chip’s Sticky Bun Bake.

Advanced Dining Reservations are required for Garden Grill Restaurant. You can conveniently book on the My Disney Experience App. However, if you don’t have a reservation check the My Disney Experience App while at EPCOT to see if you can “Join the Walk-Up List.”

Allergy-friendly options are available.

Breakfast Pricing: Adult: $59.99; Children Ages 3-9: $36
Location: Land Pavilion

6. Akershus Royal Banquet Hall

Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, located at the Norway Pavilion is the princess character dining location at EPCOT.

A young girl named Ava, dressed as a princess, shares a heartfelt moment with Sleeping Beauty during a princess character dining breakfast at EPCOT, creating a magical and memorable experience.

Princesses seen here at the Princess Storybook Dining include Snow White, Cinderella, Belle, Princess Aurora, and Ariel.

Breakfast here includes an all-you-can-eat American breakfast including food such as scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, cinnamon rolls, and fruit. They also incorporate many Norwegian foods.

Eating at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall is an excellent option for those who can’t get into Cinderella’s Royal Table at the Magic Kingdom.


Breakfast Pricing: Adult: $59.99; Children Ages 3-9: $36
Location: Norway Pavilion

Breakfast in the EPCOT Resort Area

There are some great breakfast options in the EPCOT Resort Area. They are very convenient for those staying at one of the EPCOT Resorts such as Beach Club, Yacht Club, or BoardWalk Inn. However, if you are not staying at an EPCOT Resort, you can still eat breakfast at one of these resorts and take advantage of its close proximity and prime location to the EPCOT International Gateway.

For those who do not know, the EPCOT International Gateway is the “other” entrance/exit to EPCOT. It’s also the access point for the Disney Skyliner.

Entering the park at the International Gateway lands you between the France and the United Kingdom Pavilions, a perfect landing spot for those wanting to head first to one of the most popular rides at the park, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in France.

If you’d like to eat breakfast at an EPCOT Resort you have a couple of options. You could eat before entering the park or you could eat a later breakfast after entering the park.

If you’d like to eat before entering the park, grab an Uber or Disney transportation to drop you off at one of these Resorts/restaurants.

BoardWalk Deli

BoardWalk Deli located on Disney’s Boardwalk is a great quick service option if you are staying in one of the EPCOT Resorts.

They have delicious breakfast sandwiches. They also offer an assortment of pastries and bakery items including croissants, muffins, banana bread, bagels, danishes, and a giant Mickey cinnamon roll!

Two boys, Tyler and Ethan, are happily holding large Mickey cinnamon rolls at Boardwalk Deli, ready to enjoy a sweet and delightful breakfast treat.


Beverages include orange juice, sodas, white milk, chocolate milk, and hot chocolate.

And of course, they also have many specialty coffees including caffè latte, cappuccino, Joffrey’s cold brew, double espresso, and Joffrey’s Coffee

Price: $14.99 and under
Location: 2101 Epcot Resorts Blvd, Orlando, FL 32830

Cape May Cafe (Character Breakfast)

At Cape May Cafe in Disney’s Beach Club Resort, guests are treated to Minnie’s Beach Bash Breakfast, a buffet with character visits from Minnie Mouse and friends.

The dining area of Cape May Cafe with guests seated at tables. The interior is bright and airy, with a coastal-inspired decor and a view into the open kitchen area.

It’s a must for those looking for a magical start to their day at EPCOT, conveniently located near the International Gateway. The buffet features an appetizing selection, starting with salted caramel “Beach Buns” and vanilla cream dipping sauce, plus a feast of Mickey and Minnie Waffles, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy, chocolate chip pancakes, French toast, oatmeal, grits, and custom omelets.

A plate of Mickey and Minnie waffles served at Cape May Cafe, accompanied by crispy bacon and fluffy scrambled eggs.

A kid-friendly buffet section makes it enjoyable for the little ones too.

Advance reservations are necessary, so be sure to book ahead through the My Disney Experience App.

PRO-TIP: Book an early breakfast at 7:30, so you can be at the International Gateway at the park opening or shortly after.

Price: Adults: $59.99; Children: $35
Location: Disney’s Beach Club Resort; 1180 Seven Seas Dr, Orlando, FL 32830

Trattoria al Forno

Trattoria al Forno is another great EPCOT Resort Area table-service breakfast option. Located on Disney’s beautiful Boardwalk, close to Boardwalk Bakery, Trattoria al Forno offers many options to please adults and kids.

Overlooking the water, this view captures Disney's BoardWalk, with the BoardWalk Inn in the distance. The scene features a charming wooden dock with classic lampposts, a boat moored to the side, and a backdrop of quaint, pastel-colored buildings that evoke the nostalgic seaside districts of yesteryear.

Breakfast is served from 7:30 am to 11:30 am. This would make a great early morning breakfast before heading to EPCOT or as a late breakfast after exploring some of EPCOT.

This breakfast in EPCOT’s Resort Area has a wide selection of entrees including oak-grilled steak and eggs, sunrise breakfast pizza, buttermilk pancakes, tiramisu-style french toast, pastries, avocado toast florentine frittata, and a fruit plate including yogurt and granola.

Sides include bacon, sausage, steel-cut oatmeal, breakfast potatoes, and Mickey Waffles!

Some entrees for kids include a Mickey egg white omelet, two eggs any style, a fruit and yogurt plate, buttermilk flapjacks, and Mickey Waffles! Kids also have a choice to create their own (choose two) of the following: mixed fresh fruit, sausage, breakfast potatoes, and one egg-any style with bacon.

They also have an allergy-friendly menu!

Trattoria al Forno was the site of the Bon Voyage Character Breakfast. Since the park reopened, the character dining has been unavailable. Characters seen here included your favorite characters from Tangled and Little Mermaid including Ariel, Prince Eric, Rapunzel, and Flynn Rider.

I’m hoping this character dining will come back to Trattoria al Forno soon!

Price: Adults: $21 and under; Children $9 and under
Location: Disney’s Boardwalk; 2101 Epcot Resorts Blvd, Orlando, FL 32830

Ale & Compass Restaurant

Ale & Compass is another option for breakfast in EPCOT’s Resort Area. Located at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, a short walk from EPCOT’s International Gateway this makes for a perfect early morning or late morning breakfast.

Disney's Yacht Club Resort featuring a stately white building with a gray roof. The resort, reflecting an upscale nautical theme, overlooks a well-manicured lawn, under a cloudy sky, emphasizing a serene and luxurious atmosphere.


Breakfast is served from 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM. At Ale & Compass, you can choose from the breakfast buffet or order from the menu.

The breakfast buffet includes seasonal fruit, yogurt parfaits, granola, assorted breakfast pastries, cheddar biscuits, and country gravy and cinnamon rolls. The buffet also includes your choice of beverage.

Some of the entrees served here include your traditional American breakfast of eggs, bacon or sausage and potatoes, country ham and cheddar omelet, dark chocolate waffle, crab cake benedict, salted caramel apple french toast, blueberry pancakes, and a breakfast protein bowl.

Kid menu items include Mickey waffles, a fruit plate, blueberry pancakes, and an egg, ham, and cheddar sandwich.

Kids also have the choice to create their own (choose two) of the following: breakfast potatoes, sweet potato, fruit, turkey bacon, bacon, sausage, and a sunflower butter cookie.

They also have a large allergy-friendly menu.

Price: Buffet: $23; Entrees for Adults: $20 and under; Children: $11 and under
Location: Disney’s Yacht Club Resort; 1700 Epcot Resorts Blvd, Orlando, FL 32830

The Wrap-Up

As you set off to explore the wonders of EPCOT, remember that a fantastic day begins with a magical breakfast.

With this guide, you’re well-equipped to choose the perfect spot to dine, whether you’re craving a quick bite or a leisurely meal with your favorite Disney characters.

Let your culinary journey enhance the magic of your Disney experience, starting each day with flavors that are as memorable as the adventures that await. Bon appétit and magical memories! ✨

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