Breakfast at Epcot

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  1. houseofmouse5

    houseofmouse5 Mouseketeer

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    We would like to have breakfast at Epcot. We are traveling without our children so no need to recommend the Princess Storybook Breakfast, which we have been to several times and I would prefer a food only, no character experience. Not that I have anything against character meals, I love them but after 13 yrs of visiting and having character meals I'm kinda looking forward to not going to one :cheer2:
    Thanks,
     
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  3. Judyfun

    Judyfun Mouseketeer

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    France is my favorite!
     
  4. MakiraMarlena

    MakiraMarlena It's a big black fish to you

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    Akershus is the only sit-down breakfast in the park.

    For counter service you have Les Halles in France or Sunshine Seasons.

    There are some kiosks selling baked goods.

    That's about it.
     
  5. ttintagel

    ttintagel DIS Veteran

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    If you're into Quick Service, we like the breakfast platters at Sunshine Seasons. It's just plain eggs, potatoes, and that sort of thing, but it's hearty and filling, and it's always been cooked well when I've gotten it.

    (The plan used to be to run for Soarin' FP's first thing, get breakfast ant Sunshine Seasons, and then ride Living with the Land. FP+ makes that plan unnecessary, but it's still a good breakfast!)
     
  6. figment_jii

    figment_jii DIS Veteran

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    As MakiraMarlena said, the table service options are pretty limited inside Epcot. Both Sunshine Seasons and Les Halles are excellent options (QS). I think that Fountain View (Starbucks) might also be open for breakfast.

    If you're looking for TS options, you might consider one of the Epcot resorts. They're all pretty close to Epcot (you could walk out of International Gateway to get there) and they have a few additional options: Kouzzina's/Flying Fish (depending on when you're going) and Captain's Grille (Yacht Club). Cape May Cafe has characters and is a buffet. Garden Grove Cafe is a buffet (it has characters on the weekends only).
     
  7. seetheworld

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    I agree! We do the same exact thing. My son LOVES Sunshine Seasons breakfast. He says everyday now that we are back home that he wishes he could have the platter.
    As the other posters said, France is VERY good too! :goodvibes
     
  8. BABYJOSIE98

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    I love breakfast in France!! Not everyone realizes that the Patisserie is open for Breakfast...
    We went there around 10 am on our previous trip and had chocolate Croissants and cappuccino and it was just lovely! We got some great pictures with no one around..It was so pretty...

    There were plenty of other breakfast items to choose from...:thumbsup2

    It was a nice stroll to the France pavilion with no one around..you just tell them you are heading to have breakfast in France and they will let you pass by..Then the other countries are roped off so you can go any further....:goodvibes

    We plan to do this again...I want to take my husband to breakfast there when we go in February....:thumbsup2
     
  9. nkereina

    nkereina Last chance to lose your keys.

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    Where are you staying? If you'll be in the Epcot resort area, you may be better off eating at YC/BC if you want a TS breakfast. You could even bus to DHS and walk there. Captain's Grille is a good TS breakfast with no characters.
     

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