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Old 08-20-2013, 11:30 AM   #1
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Departure day brunch

Trip planning for a Feb. 2014 visit -- which means I can start making ADR reservations Friday! Looking for suggestions for brunch on our last day. Flying out mid-afternoon, and would like to have one final disney experience. Family of four -- myself, DH, DSs, 6 and 10

Torn between:

-- Chef Mickey's in Contemporary
-- Kouzzina at the Boardwalk
-- Boma at Animal Kingdom


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Old 08-20-2013, 11:34 AM   #2
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Where are you staying? If one of these is closer go with that one. Also, check the menu at Kouzzina for the kids. They have some odd offerings.

I personally like Chef Mickey's at CR or Cape May Cafe at BC if you are looking for breakfast foods.

If you are up for an early lunch 11am...Whispering Canyon may be another option. All of these...I was keeping out of the parks assuming you don't have a ticket for that day.

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Old 08-20-2013, 11:53 AM   #3
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Chef Mickey's for the atmosphere alone...great way to end a magical trip!
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Old 08-20-2013, 11:56 AM   #4
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Where are you staying? If one of these is closer go with that one. Also, check the menu at Kouzzina for the kids. They have some odd offerings.

I personally like Chef Mickey's at CR or Cape May Cafe at BC if you are looking for breakfast foods.

If you are up for an early lunch 11am...Whispering Canyon may be another option. All of these...I was keeping out of the parks assuming you don't have a ticket for that day.

~Cheers!
Staying offsite at WBC. Would like to be onsite the last day, but won't have a ticket for that day.

Thanks for the advice!
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Old 08-20-2013, 12:22 PM   #5
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We did Chef Mickey's last year as our departure brunch. We liked the idea of seeing the characters again on our last morning there. However, based on what i've seen on the boards and reviews from websites, the food sounds much better at Boma and Kouzzina.

Chef Mickey's is a good atmosphere but if you really care about the quality of food, i'd go for Boma or Kouzzina. Although i'm thinking brunch at Kouzzina then splitting a pastry from Boardwalk Bakery would be a great "goodbye to Disney" as well.
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Old 08-20-2013, 12:25 PM   #6
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We did a late breakfast ADR at 1900 Park Fare at the GF on our departure day last time. Rode the monorail around afterwards & got one last glimpse of MK. Had a very nice time.
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My vote goes to BOMA! Amazing choices and a beautiful resort to explore before heading for home....
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Chef Mickey's for the atmosphere alone...great way to end a magical trip!
This is what we are doing in November. We have never been here so we decided to end our trip here.
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we ate only breakfast this trip at the Wave and loved it. Cheesy grits and cinnamon rolls were my favs but the whole meal was great. just a suggestion.
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Since you have a car, I would go with either Cape May or Boma. Love both of them. Cape May does have characters which makes a terrific last day breakfast. We try to do that as often as possible.
But Boma is beautiful...both the restaurant as well as the resort.
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Boma is our traditional last day breakfast. Since we fly we go there amd stuff ourselves, because we don't know when/if we'll eat again. Then we wander around and view the animals until the time comes to leave. However, if your kids would prefer a breakfast with characters, we've also eaten at Cape May several times and enjoyed that also.
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