Looking for the best Magic Kingdom breakfast to start the perfect day at Disney World? We can help!

There are a selection of table service and quick service restaurants serving great breakfast (and snacks!) inside Magic Kingdom. This guide will give you all the details you need for finding the perfect place to start your day in the Most Magical Place on Earth.

We’ve split this guide into three categories: Table Service Breakfast, Quick Service Breakfast, and Restaurants That Start Serving Lunch Before Noon.

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QUICK SERVICE BREAKFAST AT MAGIC KINGDOM

Guests who don’t want to worry about reservations and would prefer to spend their dining credits or budget on dinner in Magic Kingdom still have several quick service options to choose from.

SLEEPY HOLLOW

  • Quick service
  • Location: The Hub
  • Most items are well under $15
  • Usually opens with the park

Sleepy Hollow, while busy at times, is one of the best places to get quick service breakfast in Magic Kingdom. This little counter service cottage is sure to please all in your party with it’s variety of meals served.

It’s located just off the water next to Cinderella Castle and has dishes like Breakfast Egg and Cheese Waffle Sandwich and Mickey Waffle or Funnel Cake with Powdered Sugar.

Fresh Fruit Waffle at Disney

Don’t let the Fresh Fruit Waffle fool you! This is the most popular item on the menu despite the name. It’s actually a large waffle sandwich with chocolate hazelnut spread filled with berries and bananas – definitely our top recommendation for a quick breakfast.

Sleepy Hollow has shaded seating which showcases beautiful views of the castle and helps to keep a hot morning cool for your crew.

After breakfast, you can easily get to the Hall of Presidents right next door or any of the other attractions located within Liberty Square or Adventureland.

Don’t overlook Sleepy Hollow if you want a quick Magic Kingdom breakfast. The snacks are great and relatively inexpensive if you’re sticking to a tight budget. (P.S. – We’ve got a monster guide on how to build your Disney World budget.)

WESTWARD HO

  • Quick service
  • Location: Frontierland
  • Most items are around $15 or less
  • Usually opens with the park

Westward Ho in Frontierland is a Joffrey’s Coffee stand with traditional breakfast items and delicious coffee drinks. It’s a welcome difference for those who enjoy their coffee but don’t want to get it from Starbucks.

You can’t beat the Candied Bacon (pictured below with Chip) with some Joffrey’s Cold Brew Coffee to jump start the day without the burden of a table service reservation.

Chip wasn’t aware that Magic Kingdom serves this glorious hunk of pork until he saw ours.

Westward Ho is really one of the few quick service locations that serves actual breakfast food. Order the Breakfast Sandwich, featuring bacon, egg, cheddar and pepper jack on a multi-grain croissant for something more traditional. For a good breakfast on the run, choose from one of their assorted muffins.

MAIN STREET BAKERY

  • Quick service
  • Location: Main Street, U.S.A.
  • Most items are well under $15
  • Usually opens with the park

Main Street Bakery is one of the most consistently busy places to get breakfast. It’s located on Main Street, U.S.A. and is a popular destination for those looking to get their Starbucks fix.

Being a traditional Starbucks location, this is the only place in Magic Kingdom where you can get your Pink Drink or Flat White on. All the regular Starbucks drinks are served here, as well as seasonal items.

Starbucks breakfast options include quick bites like Blueberry Scones, Oat Muffins and Protein Packs. Main Street Bakery also serves Disney baked goods and a selection of La Boulange pastries.

GASTON’S TAVERN

  • Quick service
  • Location: Fantasyland
  • Most items are well under $15
  • Usually opens with the park

Gaston’s Tavern may be more appropriate for lunch, but there are several items that make a great breakfast for those who are starving after their rush to Seven Dwarves Mine Train at rope drop. (Gaston’s is located right behind the Mine Train).

This little place looks like an exact replica of Gaston’s Tavern from Beauty and the Beast has a nice seating area to rest in while you eat. Outside, you’ll find a large fountain and town square similar to the one from the animated movie.

Gaston’s has grown popular with the man himself appearing for pictures just outside the Tavern several times a day. Grab a bite and get in line to meet the primeval villain.

Our favorite handheld breakfast is the Chocolate Croissant, a tasty pastry perfect for a sweet start to the day. The Cinnamon Roll is another option and definitely great for sharing – it’s huge.

LIBERTY SQUARE MARKET

  • Mobile cart
  • Location: Liberty Square
  • Most items are well under $15
  • Usually opens within an hour or so after the park

Liberty Square Market doesn’t have a lot of great options like the breakfast dishes previously listed, but non-traditional breakfast eaters may find something to hit the spot.

For instance, it’s one of the only locations where you can get Whole Fruit like bananas or apples. Mickey Pretzels with cheese are also a good option, and Trail Mix is a nice item to eat while waiting in line for your next attraction.

TABLE SERVICE BREAKFAST AT MAGIC KINGDOM

One of the best ways to start your day right at Magic Kingdom is by booking an early reservation at a table service restaurant, getting you into the park early. Here’s the breakdown of each place where you can do this.

CINDERELLA’S ROYAL TABLE

  • Table service, Reservations required
  • Character Dining
  • Location: The Hub
  • Between about $35 and $60 per person
  • Usually opens at 8:00 AM
  • Pre-park opening dining

Cinderella’s Royal Table is the idyllic place for starting your day in Magic Kingdom. Not only do you get to enter the park early to eat a decadent meal inside Cinderella Castle, you also meet Cinderella herself along with four other princesses.

This is definitely one our our favorite Magic Kingdom experiences listed on our guide to 110 Disney World “Must Do’s”.

You’ll start your experience by meeting Cinderella in the Grand Hall below the restaurant. Enter the back side of the castle from Fantasyland, where you’ll check in and be led to a beautiful visitor’s hall with a fireplace, tapestries and winding staircase.

Cinderella is dressed in her blue ballgown and waits by the fireplace to greet each and every guest that enters her castle. A photopass photographer is also stationed in this room to get photos of each dining party with the princess before they head up to breakfast.

Once you’ve met your hostess, take a spiraling staircase up to the restaurant. Upstairs, you’ll get a full view of Main Street, U.S.A through the castle’s stained glass windows right from your table.

Adults will enjoy dining on Pastry Plates or royal entrees like Shrimp and Grits, Beef Tenderloin with Egg, and Caramel Apple-stuffed French Toast. Cinderella’s Royal Table also has several breakfast cocktails you can choose from.

Children may prefer the Create-Your-Own-Entree option that includes dishes like Scrambled Egg, Waffles, Fruits and Assorted Cold Cereals.

During your meal, the princesses Ariel, Snow White, Jasmine and Aurora will come to each table to visit guests and take photos. Disney does mention that character appearances are subject to change, but these are the most likely princesses you’ll see for breakfast.

If you happen to be celebrating a special occasion while visiting Cinderella’s, Disney has several enhancements to increase the magic. These include the option of adding specialty desserts, an engraved glass slipper and crystal tiara, or flowers and balloons to remember the celebration.

THE CRYSTAL PALACE

  • Table service, Reservations required
  • Character Dining
  • Location: The Hub
  • Between about $35 and $60 per person
  • Usually opens up at 8:00 AM
  • Pre-park opening dining

The Crystal Palace is one of the most popular choices for breakfast as it’s one of the easiest for booking reservations, it has a great breakfast buffet and you get to meet Winnie the Pooh and Friends.

Disney enthusiasts, families and small children will adore this dining location for it’s joyous atmosphere and delicious food. Plus, every day at the Crystal Palace is a celebration of Friendship Day.

This charming restaurant is set on the perimeter of the Hub, facing Cinderella Castle, with plenty of windows for a great view of the Magic Kingdom. It’s reminiscent of the decor, lighting and food you’ll find at Grand Floridian Cafe, but bases its design a little more toward that of an an elaborate Victorian greenhouse.

The All-You-Care-To-Eat breakfast buffet includes traditional American favorites like Breakfast Meats and Potatoes, Freshly Baked Pastries, Fruits, and Pancakes and Waffles.

Many of the stations have chefs on staff ready to prepare your dish fresh to order. Enjoy ready made omelettes, scrambled eggs and more made just for you.

Guests with allergies can talk to the server for a special menu with choices tailored just for them. There will be a large variety of options available for these guests to enjoy a special breakfast made to order.

While you dine, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet will come to visit each table for hugs, laughs and photos. On occasion, a Friendship Day “parade” will be held in the dining room for all the children to join the Hundred Acre gang in a walk around the restaurant.

THE PLAZA RESTAURANT

  • Table service, Reservations required
  • Location: The Hub
  • Between about $15 and $35 per person
  • Usually opens up at 8:00 AM
  • Pre-park opening dining

Beautifully situated off of the Hub facing Cinderella Castle (opposite of the Crystal Palace), this little restaurant will give you a great start to the day at Magic Kingdom. It follows a similar theme to Main Street, U.S.A. with Victorian-era, turn of the century style.

Disney categorizes this as elegant, yet casual dining great for the whole family. The food here matches the atmosphere, with options like Lobster-fried Green Tomatoes Eggs Benedict, Steak and Eggs, and classic Mickey Waffles.

Kids can enjoy kid-sized portions of Mickey Waffles, a Kid’s Breakfast Platter or Cereal. For those who like the lighter side of breakfast, try one of the breakfast smoothies like Berry Blast or Raspberry-Vanilla-Peach flavors.

Of course, adults can choose from several alcoholic breakfast beverages like Peach Bellini, Plaza Mimosa or Kunde Sauvignon Blanc White Sangria.

This restaurant is not a Character Dining location, but there is a chance for kids to meet a Main Street, U.S.A. representative if you plan a reservation around 10am or 10:30am.

If you happen to be in the Plaza around 11am, your child could have the unique opportunity to become Junior Mayor or Junior Fire Chief of Magic Kingdom.

The Mayor of Main Street or the Fire Chief will come dressed in Victorian garb and choose an eager child from the restaurant. The representative will then bestow a badge on the child with their honorary label and your kid can get special recognition from cast members throughout the day.

BE OUR GUEST

  • Table service, Reservations required
  • Location: Fantasyland
  • Between $15 and $30 per person
  • Usually opens up at 8:00 AM
  • Pre-park opening dining

Be Our Guest offers a truly elegant experience for breakfast and is another option for getting into the park early with a breakfast reservation.

Visitors will get the chance to sit inside the Beast’s Grand Ballroom with marble columns and painted ceilings, in the Castle Gallery, or within the dark West Wing featuring ripped decor and the glass-encased rose.

Magic Kingdom’s new and popular restaurant is beautifully decorated like the inside of the Beast’s enchanted castle and the French-inspired food here is some of the best we’ve had on Disney property.

Breakfast at Be Our Guest includes delectable dishes like French Toast, Feast a la Gaston and Croque Madame. Kids can dine on Crepes de Cogsworth, Philippe’s Toasty Oats and Scrambled Eggs de Maurice.

We highly recommend Be Our Guest to everyone visiting Magic Kingdom whether it’s their first time or one hundred and first time. However, some may feel that the portions don’t justify the cost for breakfast.

Breakfast at Be Our Guest has much smaller plates than lunch but it will cost you more. And while the atmosphere is worth seeing on your visit, you don’t get the benefit of meeting the Beast for breakfast like you do for dinner.

We recommend visiting Be Our Guest for dinner to get the ultimate dining experience at this location. You’ll even find it ranked at the top of our top Magic Kingdom restaurants for adults.

MAGIC KINGDOM RESTAURANTS THAT START SERVING LUNCH BEFORE NOON

We’re also including on this list all of the restaurants at Magic Kingdom that open at 11:00 AM. These locations do not have breakfast menus, but they can still be good options for guests who would like to have a late morning meal or early lunch.

THE LUNCHING PAD

  • Quick service, Mobile Order Available
  • Tomorrowland
  • $15 and under
  • American

The Lunching Pad is easy to spot at the dead center of Tomorrowland, just under the PeopleMover loading dock. In addition to lunch, it has a few snack options that could work for breakfast.

Best Lunching Pad Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Cream Cheese Warm Stuffed Pretzel
  2. Mickey Pretzel
  3. Churro

PRINCE ERIC’S VILLAGE MARKET

  • Quick service
  • Fantasyland
  • $15 and under
  • American

Known for it’s turkey legs, Prince Eric’s doesn’t have a ton of options for breakfast or lunch, but is one of the quickest places to grab a bite to eat. You’ll find it located near Ariel’s Grotto at the back of Fantasyland.

Best Prince Eric’s Village Market Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Mermaid Donut
  2. Jumbo Pretzel
  3. Chocolate Chip Cookie

LIBERTY TREE TAVERN

  • Table service, reservations required
  • Liberty Square
  • Between $15 – $35 per person
  • American

For those of you familiar with Liberty Tree Tavern’s dinner, you know there is an excellent meal in store for you here. The Tavern serves the same all-you-can-eat family style Patriot Platter for lunch, along with lunch-only appetizers like Loaded Tavern Fries and Lobster Fritters.

Best Liberty Tree Tavern Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Johnny Appleseed’s Warm Apple Cake
  2. Turkey Pot Pie
  3. Tavern Cheese Dip

PINOCCHIO VILLAGE HAUS

  • Quick service, Mobile Order Available
  • Fantasyland
  • $15 and under
  • Italian

Pinocchio Village Haus offers quick service Italian with various flatbreads and pastas great for on-the-go meals or for sitting a while. It’s located next to It’s A Small World, in front of Prince Charming’s Carousel.

Best Pinnochio Village Haus Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Tangled Wall Eclair
  2. Dannon Greek Yogurt
  3. Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce

PECOS BILL TALL TALE INN CAFE

  • Quick service, Mobile Order Available
  • Frontierland
  • $15 and under
  • Southwest American

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn Cafe is a perfect place for fixing your Tex-Mex craving. Southwestern fare is prevalent here with selections including Fajita Platters and Pork Carnitas Nachos, as well as a variety of vegetarian options.

Best Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Mini Churros with Chocolate Sauce
  2. Dannon Greek Yogurt
  3. Veggie Rice Bowl

TORTUGA TAVERN

  • Quick service
  • Adventureland
  • $15 and under
  • American/Caribbean

Tortuga Tavern takes cues from the storied island recalled in the popular Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Find it just outside the Pirates ride in Adventureland for a few interesting food choices.

Best Tortuga Tavern Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Ropa Vieja
  2. Rum Cake
  3. All Beef Hot Dog topped with Ropa Vieja

GOLDEN OAK OUTPOST

  • Quick service
  • Frontierland
  • $15 and under
  • American

This quick service stand puts a Western spin on chicken and fries. Children and adults alike will enjoy the Chili Cheese flavors and Loaded options for the waffle fries and onion rings.

Best Golden Oak Outpost Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Warm Fresh-baked Chocolate Chunk Cookie
  2. Loaded Waffle Fries
  3. Chicken Breast Nuggets

THE FRIAR’S NOOK

  • Quick service
  • Fantasyland
  • $15 and under
  • American

The Friar’s Nook is often overlooked amidst the hustle and bustle of Fantasyland behind Cinderella Castle, but regulars know that this is a can’t-miss quick service location – for tater tots.

Best Friar’s Nook Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Creamy Bacon Macaroni & Cheese Tots
  2. Creamy Bacon Macaroni & Cheese
  3. All Beef Hot Dog & Tots

COLUMBIA HARBOUR HOUSE

  • Quick service, Mobile Order Available
  • Liberty Square
  • $15 and under
  • American

Columbia Harbour House is a great option for quick service for those looking to get something different from the regular burgers and fries. Fried seafood is a favorite in this Colonial-era restaurant.

Best Columbia Harbour House Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Seasonal Peach Pie
  2. Macaroni & Cheese
  3. Chicken Pot Pie

TONY’S TOWN SQUARE

  • Table service
  • Main Street, U.S.A.
  • Between $15 – $35 per person
  • Italian/American

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is often the first thing you’ll see coming into the Magic Kingdom, placed on the right side of the courtyard before Main Street. The theming is based on Lady and the Tramp’s Bella Notte date.

Best Tony’s Town Square Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Italian Strawberry Shortcake
  2. Seasonal Soup
  3. Caprese

TOMORROWLAND TERRACE

  • Quick service, Mobile Order Available
  • Tomorrowland
  • $15 and under
  • American

Tomorrowland Terrace is mostly known for it’s dessert parties, located at the perfect distance and vantage point of Cinderella Castle. Lunch here is very similar to the other non-themed restaurants in Magic Kingdom.

Best Tomorrowland Terrace Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Rocky Road Brownie
  2. Dannon Greek Yogurt
  3. Cuties Mandarin Orange

THE DIAMOND HORSESHOE

  • Table service
  • Liberty Square
  • Between $15 and $35 per person
  • American

This Old Western style restaurant is often overlooked and for good reason. There aren’t a whole lot of special options that are worth coming back for, but can help to hit the spot for breakfast or lunch in a pinch.

Best Diamond Horseshoe Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Campfire Apple Cake
  2. Banana Pudding
  3. Cowboy Macaroni

JUNGLE NAVIGATION CO. LTD SKIPPER CANTEEN

  • Table service
  • Adventureland
  • Between $15 – $35 per person
  • Asian-inspired

For our more adventurous guests, especially fans of the corny jokes and awkward cast members from the Jungle Cruise ride, branch out and try the assortment of flavors and dishes offered at Skipper Canteen.

Best Skipper Canteen Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Quick Sand!!!
  2. Falls Family Falafel
  3. Shiriki Noodle Salad

CASEY’S CORNER

  • Quick service, Mobile Order Available
  • Main Street, U.S.A.
  • $15 and under
  • Classic American hotdogs, corndogs and fries

Casey’s Corner has been taking us out to the ball game since the opening of Magic Kingdom park in Florida. Baseball decorations are everywhere, even the cast members look like players from the early days of the sport.

Best Casey’s Corner Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Bacon Macaroni & Cheese All-Beef Hot Dog with Apple Slices
  2. Macaroni & Cheese
  3. Donald Brownie

COSMIC RAY’S STARLIGHT CAFE

  • Quick service, Mobile Order Available
  • Tomorrowland
  • $15 and under
  • American burgers and fries

Cosmic Ray’s is a kitschy counter service location in Tomorrowland that hasn’t changed since our childhood. Sonny Eclipse, the animatronic alien, sits at the back of the restaurant playing space tunes for guests to enjoy. It harkens to the days Chuck E. Cheese was popular, but we still love it.

Best Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe Lunch Items for Breakfast:

  1. Cuties Mandarin Orange
  2. Chicken Breast Nuggets
  3. Bacon Macaroni & Cheese All-Beef Hot Dog

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