Cape May Cafe is not as well-known as the other Disney character breakfast buffets at WDW, so it’s easier to get last minute reservations there.
We were able to use one of our 50% off CM dining coupons, which made the breakfast very reasonable.
Our breakfast reservation was for 9am, so we could have breakfast and then head over to Epcot for the day.
We liked the atmosphere at the Cape May Cafe a lot. The pastel colors and décor are very “seashore at the turn-of-the-20th-century”.
It makes it seem fun and carefree, perfect for a relaxed breakfast buffet.
The buffet was extensive and delicious! They had all kinds of breads and Danish, muffins, croissants, cinnamon rolls, cereals both hot and cold, scrambled eggs, frittata of the day, cheeses, seasoned potatoes, bacon/sausage/fish, fresh fruit, salads, and, of course, Caroline’s favorites: Mickey Waffles!
One cool thing that we did for this character breakfast was to bring our big Vinylmation for the characters to sign! 🙂 That was Elly’s great idea!
There are three Disney characters that visit with guests at their tables: Minnie, Donald, and Goofy, all in their bathing suits/beach attire!
We missed seeing them in these costumes during our Disney Dream cruise in February, so it was fun to see them wearing them at Cape May! (Elly wishes Mickey had been there in his swim suit costume – she’s still collecting photos with him in all his costumes!)
It was a wonderful breakfast with good friends, then we were off to see what’s new at Norway in Epcot’s World Showcase. 🙂
Cape May Café Menu, October 2014
All You Care to Eat Buffet, with Minnie, Goofy, Donald in Beach Attire
7:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Note that the price of this meal varies based on the time of year (peak seasons vs regular season), and even on the day of the week (weekday vs weekend). The general price ranges for this meal are as follows:
Adult price range: $26.62-$30.88
Child (ages 3-9) price range: $13.84-$17.03
Tax is included; gratuity is not included. A standard, non-alcoholic beverage is included in this price.
The Breakfast Buffet Menu, October 2014
Assorted Fresh-Baked Pastries, with butter and jellies
Sliced Salami, Capicola, Selection of Cheeses
Smoked Salmon, Pastrami-style Smoked Salmon, Capers, Onions, Lemons, Tomatoes
Hard-boiled Eggs, Low-fat Cottage Cheese, Apple Sauce, Healthy Grain Fruit Salad
Diced Pineapple, Diced Cantaloupe, Diced Watermelon, Orange Slices, Grapefruit, Strawberries
Apple Walnut Spinach Salad
Low-fat Strawberry Yogurt and Low-fat Vanilla Honey Yogur, Macerated Fresh Mixed Berries, Housemade Granola
Assorted Cereals with milk (skim, 2%)
Assorted Bagels, Breads, English Muffins, Cream Cheese, Butter, Strawberry Preserves and Grape Jelly
Scrambled Eggs, Chorizo and Four Cheese Scrambled Eggs, Frittata, Stewed Roma Tomatoes, Breakfast Potatoes
Hand-carved Glazed Ham, Pork Sausage Links, Smoked Bacon
Cape May Cafe French-toast with Maple Syrup, Caramel Banana Sauce
Mickey Waffles with Chocolate Chips, Strawberry Melba and Whipped Cream
Seasonal Vegetables, Hollandaise Sauce, Creamy Cheddar Grits, Biscuits with Home-style Sausage Gravy
Hot Oatmeal and Hot Apple Quinoa Cereal
Unlimited milk, Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, Juices
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