DDP & Breakfast... What's Included?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by Ms. Heimlich, May 24, 2007.

  1. Ms. Heimlich

    Ms. Heimlich I'm a beautiful butterfly, too!

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    DH and I are planning on eating at the Grand Floridian Cafe for Breakfast one day and I was wondering what would be included if we used one of our credits from our DDP.

    Is it the same... Appetizer, Entree, Beverage? :confused3 Or is it different because it is breakfast?

    Thanks!

    Ms. H
     
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  3. shoes99

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    For Breakfast at a sit down table service, it is usually juice, entree and a beverage...
     
  4. marcyinPA

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    I'm not sure about TS credits, but if you use CS credits, it depends on where you are. At Pop, you got an entree and two beverages for breakfast. However, my DH had breakfast at the CS place at the GF after he dropped our DS off for the pirate cruise, and there you get an entree and ONE beverage. He did say that the entree he got (the adult breakfast platter) was exactly the same at both places.
     
  5. auntie

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    We were able to use the breakfast counter service meal at the WL this way. The entree(breakfast platter or breakfast sandwhich)...grits or oatmeal and a beverage. As long as there was no topping on the grits or oatmeal. (don't ask me why..but that's what they told us!) Also we did use it as the platter, coffee and a juice.
     
  6. PrincessMinnie28

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    I can only answer this as it applies to table service. You are entitled to one cold beverage, one hot beverage (usually coffee), and one breakfast entree.
     

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