Four Unique Breakfasts at the Disney Resorts

Last week we covered four fantastic breakfast eateries inside the Disney Parks. This week we're taking a look at a couple fan favorites, and some truly unique breakfast options at Walt Disney World. Whether you're staying at one of the hotels, want to get some resort hopping in, or head to Downtown Disney for some shopping, these eateries are going to help fuel both your body and spirit so you're in top condition for your day ahead.

Disney's Polynesian Resort - Kona Cafe

Just steps off the Magic Kingdom Monorail Loop the Kona Cafe is an excellent place to fill your tummy before heading off to a day in the Park. This popular breakfast stop is known for it's world famous Tonga Toast, Macadamia Nut Pancakes, the Samoan Benedict, and two blends of Kona Coffee. Advanced Dining Reservations are a must for breakfast here just about any time of year. Check out the full Breakfast Menu at

Macadamia Pancakes and Tonga Toast at Kona CafeMacadamia Pancakes and Tonga Toast at Kona Cafe

Animal Kingdom Lodge - BOMA

It may be a little out of the way, but early breakfast seatings at BOMA fill up fast so be sure to make an Advanced Dining Reservation. If you prefer a later meal, this is actually a great place to find a walk in table between 10:00 - 11:00am. This bountiful all-you-care-to-eat buffet serves both classic American favorites as well as interesting specialties from the Dark Continent. Known in the mornings for it's delicious spit roasted meats and rich specialty coffee Boma gets rave reviews from a very dedicated fan base. Check out the Breakfast Menu at

Waffles with Pecan Praline Syrup from BomaWaffles with Pecan Praline Syrup from Boma

Boardwalk Inn & Villas - Kouzzina

Located at Disney's Boardwalk Inn and Villas Kouzinna is the brainchild of celebrity Chef Cat Cora. This little gem serves up breakfast with traditional Greek flavors and will delight the adventurous eater with specialties such as the French Toast Baklava and the Stacked Kouzzina Breakfast. Chef Cat also has some wonderful morning cocktails to imbibe in if you feel the need. You can view the Kouzzina Breakfast Menu at

Cat Cora in the Kitchen at KouzzinaCat Cora in the Kitchen at Kouzzina

Downtown Disney - Sunday Gospel Brunch at House of Blues

Okay, I know this isn't a resort, but it fits the unique category! An all-you-care-to-eat buffet awaits guests headed to this fantastic restaurant and music venue. Gospel Groups raise their voices as you start your day with joy and praise. Brunch is served here in two seatings, one at 10:30am and another at 1:00pm. Down home cooking includes Southern favorites like buttermilk biscuits and gravy, cheese grits, fried chicken, chicken jambalaya and smoked catfish also grace the menu, along with homemade banana bread." Check out the Brunch Menu at

Ready To Make Reservations?Ready To Make Reservations?

What's your favorite place at Walt Disney World to get a unique breakfast? Leave a comment and share your fan favorite pick with us!

Greg wrote on Tue, 01/08/2013 - 15:43:

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One of our favorite breakfasts at Disney World is at 'Ohana's' in the Polynesian Resort! (also a favorite dinner spot). We frequent it often, and usually multiple visits while there! :)

laurie wrote on Tue, 01/08/2013 - 17:41:

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Boma is my most favorite place to eat breakfast. I know it sounds a bit strange for a breakfast item but the grilled tomatoes and asparagus are so good. Love the coffee and juice, too. It's also not as hectic and noisy as some of the other restaurants.

Kristen K. wrote on Tue, 01/08/2013 - 22:04:

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Laurie, Cape May Cafe also has fantastic asparagus on their breakfast buffet! It's my favorite Character Breakfast because the food is super yummy. That's where the first picture of the plate is from above.

crazycatperson wrote on Thu, 01/10/2013 - 18:57:

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I LOVE breakfast. But it doesn't love me. Most of the options on the average breakfast menu are guaranteed to raise cholesterol, and I can't get all that excited over a bowl of oatmeal or cold cereal. So at WDW we usually have one nice restaurant breakfast and the rest of the time we eat cereal in our unit or pack granola bars to go.

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