Breakfast or Dinner at Cape May Cafe

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Popovich, Jul 27, 2003.

  1. Popovich

    Popovich <font color=green>I can't stand to be so close to

    Jun 22, 2001
    We are staying at BCV for the first time this October. My DH, DD age 6 and DS age 4 are planning to do either breakfast or dinner at Cape May. Is there a site to look at reviews that are recent??

    Which do you recommend? Last October we stayed at VWL and were very pleased with the dinner we had at Whispering Canyon.

    Thanks for any input!:D
  2. Uncle Mikey

    Uncle Mikey Mouseketeer

    May 20, 2001
    If you haven't already checked the dining section of this site, I recommend you do so. After that I would check out Deb Wills site Another possibility is There are a number of other sites that people would possibly recommend. I hope this gets you started and others can chime in with their favorite choices.
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  4. DoeWDW

    DoeWDW I've been a bit naughty since you've been away

    Mar 13, 2002
    Since you have young kids, they might enjoy the character breakfast more. Our family prefers the breakfast because the characters are there - I don't believe the characters are at the dinner buffet. Also, none of us are seafood lovers and the seafood seems to be the centerpiece of the dinner buffet. I know they serve other stuff like chicken and ribs but we feel we get more of our money's worth at breakfast.
  5. heffalump9

    heffalump9 DIS Veteran

    Feb 15, 2003
    This is our favorite Dinner buffet and a must do each visit. My DH and I are big seafood lovers and we love the variety the buffet has to offer. We look forward to all the steamed clams, mussels, peel n eat shrimp, heavenly chowder, plus great salads, fresh baked breads and BQ ribs and chicken for the meat lovers.
  6. finnie48

    finnie48 Mouseketeer

    Jan 7, 2003
    Cape May Buffet -

    Hi Popovich,
    We, a party of 4 adults and 2 teens, had a great breakfast here this past July 5th with the characters - Minnie even came to the table, rather than remaining in the entrance. The food was very good. We followed this with the Clambake Buffet (no characters) the next night and enjoyed it even more. There were ample selections of both sea and landfood, including a carving station with prime rib. A real tough call if you have to choose one. Enjoy!! Bob
    Almost forgot the great dessert table at dinner!!
  7. ducklite

    ducklite <font color=teal>Take the Poly, it's fabulous!<br>

    Aug 17, 2000
    I'd do both if you can fit it into your schedule!

    This is one of the best character breakfasts, a little less rushed and frenzied than many, with great food and service.

    And if you enjoy seafood, this is also a great choice for dinner :) I think the dinner buffet is one of the best values at WDW.

  8. pstepka

    pstepka DIS Veteran

    May 22, 2000
    Which characters are at the breakfast? My kids really prefer Pooh, but we're staying at BCV so, obviously, Cape May will be more convenient. was the food?


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