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Old 07-24-2013, 03:03 AM   #1
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CS breakfast in Epcot?

Our flight lands at 6a on a Sunday, we'll be taking ME to BCV, and have a 2:30 ADR at Chefs de France.

Our villa probably won't be ready until later that day ... our stomachs will still be on West Coast time, so we won't be hungry til 10am ish. Don't want to eat too heavy since we'll be looking forward to a nice big meal at Chefs and want to hit rides first thing.

Where is a good place to grab CS breakfast in Epcot? I thought Sunshine Seasons perhaps, but they only have one breakfast sandwich? The BC Marketplace doesn't look that great either. Any CS places with waffles/pastries/a halfway decent selection?
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Old 07-24-2013, 04:37 AM   #2
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Since you are at BCV, you could just take the short walk over to BWV to the Bakery and get something there, sit on the boardwalk and relax a bit before you hit the parks running! No waffles, pancakes, but egg sandwiches, pastries, etc.

Sunshine Seasons did have pancake platters, egg platters, pastries, yogurts, fruits. You could try to get on Soarin' or at least get a fast pass for later in the day since you will already be there. Or you could go over to France and go to the bakery.
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The CS in France is open for breakfast now.
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The CS in France is open for breakfast now.
THIS is your best choice especially since you'll be going in through the back gate. Just stop in on your way over toward Future World and eat as you stroll along!
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Old 07-24-2013, 08:19 AM   #5
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I was wondering the same thing about CS breakfast in Epcot. The CS in France is a great idea. I hadn't thought of that. Do they have coffee or cappuccino there as well? Breakfast pastries?

Doesn't WS open a couple hours later than FW?
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I was wondering the same thing about CS breakfast in Epcot. The CS in France is a great idea. I hadn't thought of that. Do they have coffee or cappuccino there as well? Breakfast pastries?

Doesn't WS open a couple hours later than FW?
They definitely have coffee, cappuccino, and breakfast pastries.

If you come in via International Gateway, you can go to the right in WS only as far as France at 9am (or whenever park opening is). We ate over there in March at 9am with no problem at all.
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Old 07-25-2013, 01:32 AM   #7
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I was wondering the same thing about CS breakfast in Epcot. The CS in France is a great idea. I hadn't thought of that. Do they have coffee or cappuccino there as well? Breakfast pastries?

Doesn't WS open a couple hours later than FW?
I think they have coffee/espresso drinks; I only ever went in the afternoon so don't remember exactly. Their pastries would be decadent first thing in the morning, but they did make a delicious to-go breakfast on ME on our way back to the airport last year ...

I'd been wondering about the Future World/World Showcase times myself ... are just the attractions not open or the restaurants too? I thought there was a rope until they opened at 11 or something?
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Since you are at BCV, you could just take the short walk over to BWV to the Bakery and get something there, sit on the boardwalk and relax a bit before you hit the parks running! No waffles, pancakes, but egg sandwiches, pastries, etc.

Sunshine Seasons did have pancake platters, egg platters, pastries, yogurts, fruits. You could try to get on Soarin' or at least get a fast pass for later in the day since you will already be there. Or you could go over to France and go to the bakery.
The Boardwalk Bakery did look scrumptious; I'd just been hoping for something a bit more plated ... plus if its Boardwalk I'd probably want to take the boat to Epcot.
Good to know Sunshine Seasons has more than is advertised for breakfast on the picture menus. We'll probably go there if they have pancake or egg platters!
We planned on getting FastTrack FPs on our way to breakfast, then maybe doing Soarin after since I won't be ready for Mission Space until our breakfast settles! Great minds think alike!

Thanks for the great advice all!
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Old 07-25-2013, 01:33 AM   #8
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The CS in France is open for breakfast now.
Awesome to know. Since we're staying at BCV ... we may end up doing breakfast here a few days during the trip ...
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This review of Sunshine Seasons is about a year old, but I don't think they've changed much. Hopefully this will give you an idea of the options you have there.

http://www.easywdw.com/dining/sunshine-seasons/
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