Welcome to those of you joining me from The Disney Point and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 3rd stop on our Magical Blogorail.
The last day of a Disney vacation is always the saddest day of the entire trip. Many families, mine included, don’t go to the parks on the last day since it is only a partial day. As much fun as the parks are, there are still plenty of ways to experience Disney magic outside of the parks. My favorite way to experience the Disney magic on the last day of our vacation is by dining at a resort character breakfast.
Several of the Walt Disney World resorts offer uniquely themed character breakfasts each morning. These are so much fun, even if you’re not traveling with any children. Each resort character breakfast features fun characters who are often dressed to match the restaurant’s theme. A breakfast at Cape May Cafe will find some of your favorite Disney characters, including Minnie Mouse and Goofy dressed in their beach attire. Over at Chef Mickey’s, you’ll find Mickey and friends dressed in their chef’s outfits and ready to cook a fabulous breakfast. As you dine, the characters will each make a stop at your table for photos, autographs, and a little bit of Disney fun.
In addition to the fun of interacting with your favorite Disney friends, each resort character breakfast also offers a delicious selection of food. Many of these feature favorites such as Mickey waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, and seasoned potatoes. Depending on which character breakfast you choose, there may also be food and beverage selections, such as the POG juice at ‘Ohana, designed to compliment the restaurant’s theme.
Even though my family often books our character breakfasts for the last day of the vacation, they are one of my most favorite experiences at Walt Disney World. I especially love getting to have a Polynesian themed breakfast at ‘Ohana with my favorite character, Stitch. In fact, this has been my family’s character breakfast of choice for the departure day of our past several vacations. The food is excellent and the restaurant offers a stunning view of the Magic Kingdom! If you haven’t tried ‘Ohana for breakfast yet, I highly recommend it!
Have you experienced any of the resort character breakfasts at Walt Disney World? Let us know which one is your favorite in the comments below!
Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard:
1st Stop ~ Magical Mouse School House – Park Hopping
2nd Stop ~ The Disney Point – Riding the Monorail
3rd Stop ~ Frontierland Station – Character Breakfasts
4th Stop ~ A Disney Mom’s Thoughts – Shopping & Taking Photos
Final Stop ~ Superheroes and Teacups – Strolling Down Main Street, USA
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