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fitnessmouse
03-30-2012, 04:55 AM
We'll be staying at OKW in a studio soon and was wondering about breakfast options.
We have the diningplan for part of our stay. I understand you can eat breakfast at Olivia's but that is a TS credit and we prefer to use those for dinner or lunch.

Are there no CS options for breakfast?

DMKEDM
03-30-2012, 08:38 AM
OKW, while one of my most favorite DVC resorts, is not "strong" on eating options--there's only one counter service spot (Goode's) and it really is counter service! But it does have b'fast options--below is the menu I just copied from allears.net--good luck!

Goods to Go
Breakfast
Old Key West
Counter Service
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Menu Date: October 2011

Breakfast

Served from 7:30 to 10:30 am

Breakfast Croissant Sandwich - eggs, bacon, American cheese $5.99

Breakfast Platter - eggs, bacon, breakfast potatoes $6.79

Assorted Cereal - with milk $3.19

Side of Oatmeal or Grits $2.79

Muffin $2.79

Danish $2.69

Bagel with Cream Cheese $2.59

Cinnamon Roll $3.39

Fruit Cup $3.39

Orange or Banana $1.29

Kids Picks

Breakfast Platter $4.99
French Toast Sticks $4.99

Deb & Bill
03-30-2012, 12:30 PM
We'll be staying at OKW in a studio soon and was wondering about breakfast options.
We have the diningplan for part of our stay. I understand you can eat breakfast at Olivia's but that is a TS credit and we prefer to use those for dinner or lunch.

Are there no CS options for breakfast?

You have a microwave oven, a toaster and a small refrigerator with a small freezer section. Most people just eat in their villa. There is no food court at DVC resorts.

mlittig
03-30-2012, 10:43 PM
You can always get a Main Street Bakery cinnamon roll for the next day :rolleyes1

Deb & Bill
03-30-2012, 10:45 PM
You can always get a Main Street Bakery cinnamon roll for the next day :rolleyes1

Or pastries from France.

Simba's Mom
03-31-2012, 01:28 PM
When we stay at OKW, one thing we love is that every day we "have to" get breakfast for the next day. It always involves a stop at either Main Street Bakery, the French Bakery, Writer's Stop, or someplace like that. DH has fallen in love with WDW blueberry muffins so we get one from the nearest bakery for breakfast the next morning. It's just part of the fun tradition.

mykidslovesdisney
04-01-2012, 10:17 PM
What a great idea to grab breakfast the day before!! We usually stay in a 2bdrm villa at OKW but this year we are getting 2 studios. I am just trying to figure out breakfast for everyone with out having to run out to the store every other day to grab waffles. With 4 DC they can consume a box every morning. We always have extra snack credits so that is a great idea.

now only to figure out how to get it back to the villa and not get eaten before the morning! :rotfl::rotfl:

TopMop
04-04-2012, 06:58 PM
We ride up to Port Orleans Riverside

fitnessmouse
04-05-2012, 03:14 AM
now only to figure out how to get it back to the villa and not get eaten before the morning! :rotfl::rotfl:

:rotfl2:

fitnessmouse
04-05-2012, 03:15 AM
We ride up to Port Orleans Riverside
Oh, good idea.
Is it that close? walkable? bus or boat? How do you get there? thanks

MouseMomx2
04-05-2012, 06:11 AM
Oh, good idea.
Is it that close? walkable? bus or boat? How do you get there? thanks

The only way it is convenient is to drive. While PO is very close to OKW there is no path/sidewalk so walking wouldn't be allowed.

You could get there via bus but you would first have to take one to a park or Downtown Disney and then transfer to one for PO. You're talking at least 30 minute trip and that's if everything runs perfectly. In actuality it would probably be closer to a 45-60 minute trip and could be even longer.

A boat wouldn't be an option as they don't run early enough for breakfast. Even if they did it would require a transfer at DtD so it wouldn't be a quick process.