Where to Grab Breakfast at Disney Springs in Disney World
Walt Disney World is home to four theme parks, two water parks, multiple resorts and Disney Springs. Disney Springs is Disney World’s shopping, dining and entertainment district. Here you’ll find a multitude of shops both Disney exclusive and high end brands. This is a great spot to do some shopping during your vacation, finding unique items you may not find anywhere else. We typically spend one day here during our vacation. Doing some shopping at the large World of Disney, checking out the Lego Store, and wandering around the other beautiful boutiques. Disney Springs typically opens around 10am, so many guests will have already eaten before arriving at this district but if you want to grab a morning bite to start off your day at Disney Springs here are the places you can do so.
The Boathouse. Weekend Brunch.
The Boathouse is located in The Landing area of Disney Springs. It’s a large restaurant that has lots of room for plenty of guests. This is a sit down restaurant and it only hosts brunch on the weekends. On Saturdays and Sundays they open at 10am and have a menu filled with traditional breakfasts, waffles and a few seaside breakfast entrees. Make sure to indulge in one of their breakfast cocktails.
This was one of my favourite places to eat on our last babymoon. The menu is filled with southern fare: buttermilk chicken, mac and cheese, key lime pie. On the weekends they open early for a southern style brunch. Lots of biscuits and gravy, grits and doughnuts. Their breakfast cocktail menu is as lengthy as the entree menu so be sure to give one a try. Homecomin’ is also located on The Landing. For a full review of the restaurant click here.
Earl of Sandwich.
Earl of Sandwich is located in the Marketplace area of Disney Springs, around the Disney oriented shops. This is your best spot to grab a quick breakfast no matter what day of the week you’re visiting Disney Springs. Earl of Sandwich serves a variety of breakfast sandwiches, made to order omelettes, and muffins and oatmeal. Pair any of these with a cup of coffee and you’ll be ready for your morning of shopping. Earl of Sandwich opens at 9am.
Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC.
This bakery is located in The Landing area of Disney Springs. Of course there is a delicious selection of cookies and cupcakes here but they also serve bagels, cinnamon rolls and donuts which could totally work for breakfast. It opens at 10am.
Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew.
One of the newest additions to Disney Springs is Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew. Here you’ll find artisan style donuts in every taste and flavour. Try the classic glazed, the fruity pebbles, nutella bella or maple butter bacon. They also have some breakfast sandwiches on their menu. Paired with their own cold brew, it’s the perfect indulgence for your morning at Disney Springs.
House of Blues. Weekend Brunch.
House of Blues is located on the West Side of Disney Springs and they serve brunch on the weekends. Guests can choose from ham, chicken and waffles, made to order omelettes or the breakfast burrito. They also have a bottomless breakfast cocktail, which shouldn’t every brunch come with such a beverage.
Joffrey’s Handcrafted Smoothies.
This little kiosk is found across from the World of Disney Shop in Disney Springs’ Marketplace area. They serve a wide variety of freshly made smoothies: Banana Split, Mango Tango, Tropical Sunset, Razzy Jazzy. You get the idea, there are a lot of flavours to choose from. They open at 10am.
One of my favourite places to eat at Disney Springs is Raglan Road because of their incredible entertainment. They have live music and live dancers, which livens up any meal enjoyed here. Raglan Road serves brunch on the weekends, their brunch menu has lunch options as well as some delicious breakfast choices. Including pancakes, pork hash, a full Irish breakfast and an eggs benedict. Brunch is served on Saturdays at 11am and on Sundays they open at 10am. For a full review of the restaurant click here.
There are two Starbucks locations at Disney Springs, one is in the Marketplace close to the World of Disney store. The other is on the West Side, directly on the water. Both locations open at 9am and serve your Starbucks breakfast favourites.
STK Orlando. Weekend Brunch.
Another location serving weekend brunch. STK Orlando is located in The Landing area of Disney Springs. This is going to be a pricier spot to enjoy breakfast at Disney Springs. On the menu is Lobster and Eggs Benedict for $35, Eggs and Avocado Toast for $24 and Cinnamon French Toast for $21. They do have a vast selection of breakfast cocktails that outplays the other brunch locations at Disney Springs. STK Orlando opens at 11am on the weekends for brunch.
Vivoli il Gelato.
In my opinion, this is THE place to stop for a quick breakfast at Disney Springs. Their breakfast menu is available all day and features Nutella Waffles, Chocolate Chip Waffles, a Coffee and Croissant Combo, Fresh Fruit Waffles and a Classic Waffle. Simple, nothing fancy, but a delicious breakfast that will fill you up for your morning. They open at 10am and are located in The Landing.
Wetzel’s Pretzels Snacks.
Wetzel’s Pretzels has two locations at Disney Springs, one is in the Marketplace area and the other is found on the West Side. Both have the same menu and open at 10am. Maybe some people don’t consider a soft pretzel an appropriate breakfast but I think of it as a kind of a pastry, which should put it on the appropriate breakfast food list.
Wine Bar George. Weekend Brunch.
Wine Bar George is open for brunch on the weekends and serves a selection of breakfast entrees as well as lunch items. On the breakfast side you’ll find steak & eggs, sausage, gravy& biscuits, and eggs benedict. They open for brunch at 10:30am.
These are the options one has when visiting Disney Springs when hankering for some breakfast food. I would recommend grabbing at bite at your resort in lieu of heading to Disney Springs for your breakfast meal. But you do have options if you choose to eat breakfast at Disney Springs.
For more tips on dining during your trip to Disney World check out these previous posts: