Best Quick Service Breakfasts in each Disney World Park

Updated 04/12/2017

I don’t know if you all have figured this out about me yet, but I’m a little Type A.  My family will tell you that I start to get a tic when I even think for a moment that we might be late for something.  In Disney, that means that we are never late for dining reservations or fastpass+ reservations.  It also means that I know if we don’t leave at a certain time, arrive at the park at a certain time, and line up for the first planned attraction at the right time, we won’t be optimizing our time efficiently.  Yes, I’m neurotic, but I’m working on it.

All of that to say this.  I’m always looking for a quick bite we can grab for breakfast on park days when we don’t have pre-park opening table service reservations.  I’ve compiled a list of quick service restaurants that offer good, filling and fast breakfast food in each of the parks.

Magic Kingdom

Main Street Bakery

Located on Main Street USA, the Main Street Bakery offers various pastries as well as Starbucks coffee.  It’s open from park open to park close and accepts the Disney Dining Plan.

Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow is located in Liberty Square and is my personal favorite quick service breakfast in Magic Kingdom.  Our last trip, it was cold and windy.  There are covered tables with a corner spot that blocked the wind and gave us a nice view of the street to people watch, eat our breakfast and sip on some hot chocolate.  What does Sleepy Hollow offer?  Only the most amazing waffles.

Seriously, I could eat one of these every day.  Delicious waffle, covered in nutella and fruit.  My daughter and I split one, and if she wasn’t my flesh and blood I would have fought her for each and every bite.

Gaston’s Tavern

Located in New Fantasyland, Gaston’s Tavern offers pastries, and quite possibly the largest cinnamon roll I’ve ever laid eyes on.  Try one with the famous LeFou’s Brew.  Open from park open to park close, they also accept the Disney Dining Plan.


Fountain View

This quick service restaurant is located in Future World.  Another Starbucks location, you’ll find a variety of coffee and pastries here.  They accept the Disney Dining Plan and are open from park open to park close.

Les Halles

Les Halles is located in the France Pavilion.  As the only quick service restaurant open before 11am, you can best access it through the International Gateway.  Croissants and various pastries are offered here, and they also accept the Disney Dining Plan.

La Cantina San Angel

Another option in the World Showcase, La Cantina de San Angel only recently began offering breakfast options, mostly due to the popularity of Frozen Ever After in the Norway Pavilion.  La Cantina de San Angel is the first pavilion you encounter on the left side of the World Showcase and is one of three locations open prior to the regular World Showcase opening time of 11am. 

Kringla Bakeri og Cafe

Photo courtesy of Disney Food Blog

Another World Showcase location open prior to 11am, Kringla Bakeri og Cafe offers Norwegian options while you wait for Frozen Ever After.  Offered items include pastries, fruit parfaits and a variety of other items.

Disney Hollywood Studios


Trolley Car Cafe Another Starbucks location, the Trolley Care Cafe is open from park open until 8pm most days.  Enjoy your favorite coffee drink, along with a delicious pastry or hot croissant. 

Located on Hollywood Blvd, the Trolley Car Cafe accepts the Disney Dining Plan.

Animal Kingdom

Creature Comforts

The final of our Starbucks offerings, Creature Comforts is located on Discovery Island in Animal Kingdom.  You’ll find the typical pastries and hot coffee beverages here.  They are open from park open to park close and accept the Disney Dining Plan.

Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery

Tucked away in the Africa section, this bakery offers cinnamon rolls, hot breakfast wraps, danishes, muffins and more.  A great stop for a quick bite, they are open from park open to park close and accept the Disney Dining Plan.

So, there you go!  A list to get you started on picking up a quick bite on your way to experience Disney magic!


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