Quick Service at Boardwalk Inn?

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  1. Dreamsdocometrue9112

    Dreamsdocometrue9112 "hang onto your hats and glasses 'cause this here'

    Jan 13, 2012
    We will be staying at BWI for the first time in May & December. I was looking into QS dining options for breakfast, but couldn't find much other than a continental breakfast at belle vue lounge? Does anyone know of anything else with a full breakfast menu in the area? Is BC/YC the only other place? Their menu didn't look very extensive, either. I might be looking in the wrong places.

  2. Ro Z

    Ro Z DIS Veteran

    May 22, 2010
    First of all I love BW! But QS options are lacking in the Boardwalk area. Boardwalk Bakery is one, not great. BC is another. Are you on the DP? If not The Dolphin has some good options. If you go to EPCOT Sunshine Seasons is a good option. Also Studios has a couple places. Hope you have a great trip!!
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  4. mmmears

    mmmears DIS Veteran

    Nov 30, 2005
    BC Marketplace has a few options -- not extensive though and I don't remember anywhere you can sit (other than outside). I have read that there is a cafeteria place at the Dolphin that's open all night -- you may be able to find a good breakfast there. Unfortunately, CS places are not plentiful in that area.
  5. marmar

    marmar Mouseketeer

    Oct 29, 1999
    when we stay at the BWI we eat at the Boardwalk bakery most of the time. It should be reopened by May.

    We also wander over to Starring Rolls at DHS. It is beside the Brown Derby.

    Also they now have the Bakery in France open early at Epcot. Can't wait to try them.
  6. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala 1937, what a year that was

    Jun 22, 2001
    No full CS breakfast menus in the area, at least if you are looking for thngs like eggs and bacon platters or waffles...except at the Dolphin, whose cafeteria, Picabu, has one. That won't help anyone on the dining plan.

    For a full breakfast in that area (meaning not sandwiches or pastries) you have to go to TS.

    There is a sticky thread that outlines all the Epcot resort area CS options.
  7. ahutton

    ahutton WDW Bride Dec 6, 1996

    Jun 1, 2000
    Just back from a great stay. Breakfast options in the hotel were seriously lacking for quick service. Belle Vue had muffins, bagels with cream cheese and cereal, along with limited pastries. The temporary bakery was the same and Boardwalk Joes had even less.

    Beach Club had a quick service breakfast platter and a great breakfast sandwich served with hash brown casserole. I highly recommend that if going to a bus park like MK.

    In Epcot the new French bakery was awesome. The quiche Lorraine was fantastic as was the egg game and cheese croissant.

    I hope when the new bakery opens we see more options like beach club as it was a trek for my Mom who volunteered to make the run.

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