Bakery News: France Bakery opens at 9am, Tomorrowland Terrace open for Breakfast

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  1. mousermerf

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    I want to say pastries and such.
     
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  3. mousermerf

    mousermerf DIS Veteran

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    Found it, menu:

    " Menu items will include waffles, yogurt parfaits, egg/cheese and ham croissants, oatmeal, danish pastries, coffees and beignets."
     
  4. FosterLovesMickey

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    Awesome, thank you!!
     
  5. Sparkly

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    Waffles? Does that mean Mickey ones, by any chance?
     
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    We arrive on Monday and I am so excited to try the new bakery!!
     
  8. Muskegon78

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    Is there a tomorrowland terrace breakfast menu, not just food description?
     
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    I think you will be able to walk as far as France, but not into Morocco.

    There are still preparations for opening going on in the other pavilions.
     
  11. MommytoaSweetie

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    A lot of that (at both locations) looks really delicious! Does anyone know if any of it could be snack-creditable? :)
     
  12. karly05

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    Oh, wow, I am drooling over the food pictures! Definitely going to have to stop for a meal here. How late do they serve in the evening (specifically sandwiches, etc., not just the bakery treats)?
     
  13. redoschi

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    Does anyone know what a CS credit would get me at either of these locations? I've read that usually you could get a drink and 2 snacks for a CS credit in the old french bakery.

    I know it isn't a great value, but we'll probably have some CS remaining by the end of our trip as we're on the QSDP (S/P/D promotion) and we'll do four ADRs and go to offsite parks for a couple days!
     
  14. purple figment

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    The Disney food blog has photos of the menu boards for the Patisserie and it shows the snack credit logo next to some things - mostly the pastries, but a few of the savouries as well.
     
  15. MommytoaSweetie

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    Thanks!
     
  16. mom2brooke76

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    I was there on Saturday and was disappointed that they increased the price of the ham and cheese croissant (my favorite) from $3.25 to $4.75, and that increase was in a two week period! Sadly, it doesn't look like the croissant is any larger :(
     
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    I noticed the same thing and am disappointed as well :( $4.75 is still not terrible, but this was always a very cheap meal for me. Sad to see the price go up. I guess the $ for the expansion has to come from somewhere...
     
  18. crazymomof4

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    Yup, lots of things fall under the 'snack' credit category http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=3215018 ! Scroll down to the France bakery list.... all diet food, as you can see. :lmao:
     

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