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Old 05-10-2013, 09:43 AM   #1
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Best counter service Breakfast?

One week from today we will be on Southwest Airlines heading to Orlando and our first trip to WDW. I have made so many changes to our dining reservations I think I will have a black mark by my name at check in. I also booked and cancelled the dining plan several times, but added it again 2 weeks ago. I originally thought we would just eat a light breakfast at BC ( we are CL), but with all the changes I have made to reservations it now looks like I will have 3 extra CS credits. I am sure I am going to get tired of eating a hard boiled egg and fruit for 10 mornings in a row, so I decided we could use our CS credits for a few breakfast meals. Any suggestions? Your favorites? It is just my DH and I, no children.
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:16 AM   #2
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The Boardwalk Bakery has some nice choices including some egg sandwiches. You can either hop on the boat across the lake or you can walk around. They also have bagels, pastries and muffins ( not to mention their sweet stuff;-) it just reopened as they expanded the size and the menu. Feel free to check out my review/tour from our trip this past week.

http://www.disneydiningreviews.com/b...ery-review.htm
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Breakfast CS is tough, but we like Sunshine Seasons at Epcot when we are at Epcot and need breakfast.
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:26 AM   #4
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A lot of people seem to like Wolfgang Puck Express for breakfast. I haven't tried it myself, but it looks good.
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:51 AM   #5
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this is a no brainer to me: Tonga Toast at Captain Cook's in the Poly resort.
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The Boardwalk Bakery has some nice choices including some egg sandwiches. You can either hop on the boat across the lake or you can walk around. They also have bagels, pastries and muffins ( not to mention their sweet stuff;-) it just reopened as they expanded the size and the menu. Feel free to check out my review/tour from our trip this past week.

http://www.disneydiningreviews.com/b...ery-review.htm
Thank you, I was thinking that The Boardwalk Bakery might be an option. Is it CS?
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Breakfast CS is tough, but we like Sunshine Seasons at Epcot when we are at Epcot and need breakfast.
I agree, lots of CS recommendations for lunch, etc. If Sunshine Seasons serves of breakfast that is a good option for us. Thank you
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A lot of people seem to like Wolfgang Puck Express for breakfast. I haven't tried it myself, but it looks good.
Thank you. Since this is our first trip to WDW we actually weren't going to visit DTD . May need to rethink our plans. I have heard great things about Wolfgang Puck Express.
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this is a no brainer to me: Tonga Toast at Captain Cook's in the Poly resort.
Hmmm....Tonga toast. Sounds great!
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Not the best use of credits (money wise) but I really enjoyed my breakfast at Main Street Bakery (Im not sure though if they are still closed). I got a big cinn. bun, specialty coffee drink (i was some cold thing) and a nice fruit cup...

Also I think Magic Kingdom has these waffles with fruit on them somewhere...
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A lot of people seem to like Wolfgang Puck Express for breakfast. I haven't tried it myself, but it looks good.
My favorite!
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