Want to know what to eat for breakfast at Disneyland? Find out all of the places that serve the most important meal of the day the you visit the Happiest Place on Earth!
I’m headed to Disneyland next week and for the first time in a long time, the hotel I’ll be staying at does not have an included breakfast! Finding a hotel that provides breakfast is usually a must for my family, because it is convenient and saves so much money. But, for this trip, a free breakfast just isn’t in the cards.
With that being said, I started to look around at the restaurants at the Disneyland Resort to find out where and what I could eat early in the morning. Luckily, I have compiled a list of restaurants and their menus, right here in this post, so that if you want to eat breakfast at Disneyland, you’ll know where to go!
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Here are the table service restaurants, quick service dining locations, as well as karts that you will be able to purchase something tasty for breakfast at the Disneyland Resort!
Main Street U.S.A
Plaza Inn is the home of the Minnie & Friends – Breakfast in the Park Character breakfast. It is located at the end of Main Street near the entrance of Tomorrowland. The breakfast buffet menu consists of things like scrambled eggs, bacon, French toast and Mickey waffles! You’ll enjoy your breakfast while many characters will make a stop at your table to visit. Make sure to make a reservation ahead of time and have your camera handy!
Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe is a great place to find breakfast at Disneyland! It is located on the edge of Main Street, near the entrance of Adventureland. Their breakfast menu consists of cinnamon rolls, muffins, and breakfast sandwiches.
Carnation Cafe is located in the heart of Main Street right in the midst of the shops. It is a table service location and it is highly recommended to make reservations up to 60 days in advance. On their breakfast menu you’ll find, country-fried steak and eggs, steel-cut oatmeal, a fruit parfait, and a Mickey-shaped waffle!
Tropical Hideaway is a brand new area at Disneyland and they are open for breakfast! It is located between the Enchanted Tiki Room and The Jungle Cruise. Their menu consists of fresh fruit, a Dole Whip, or a Sweet Lumpia (filled with Cream Cheese, Pineapple, and served with Pineapple Dipping Sauce) that would be perfect for breakfast!
The Tiki Juice Bar is open for breakfast! Located right outside the entrance to The Enchanted Tiki Room, you can grab a delicious Dole Whip Soft-Serve or Dole Whip Float to enjoy while you’re watching the show!
Bengal Barbecue, which is a fun little quick service location across from Indiana Jones, is open for breakfast! Their menu consists of things like meat skewers and hummus, but maybe that sounds good to you for breakfast? If so, they’ve got you covered.
River Belle Terrace is a table service restaurant located across from the Rivers of America. You can nibble on a leisurely breakfast while enjoying an iconic view! Their menu consists of a Mickey-shaped pancake, a Granola and Mixed Berry Parfait, and the Mark Twain (Chicken Sausage or Applewood-smoked Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Signature Potatoes, freshly Baked Biscuits) and more! Make sure to make reservations in advance if you want to dine here.
New Orleans Square
The Mint Julep Bar is an often overlooked location to get breakfast at Disneyland. It is the home of the infamous Mickey Beignet! It is located on the edge of New Orleans Square right by the train station. Check out my recipe for how to make them at home. Check out their menu to see what seasonal beignet is available!
The Red Rose Taverne is a quick service dining location that is inspired by Beauty and the Beast. You will find it on the edge of Fantasyland near the entrance of Fronteirland. Their breakfast menu consists of items like pancakes and a breakfast sandwich.
Galactic Grill is a fun quick service location to get breakfast at Disneyland. It is located right in the hub of Tomorrowland directly across from Autopia. On their breakfast menu you’ll find things like, a breakfast burrito, French toast sticks, and a fruit cup.
Disneyland California Adventure Park
Buena Vista Street
Fairfax Market is a little stand located in Hollywood Land. Here you will find fresh fruit, beverages, and other snacks.
Fillmore’s Taste-in is located just inside the entrance of Cars Land. It is a little stand that sells fresh fruit, juices, trail mix, and other snacks.
Downtown Disney District
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen Express is the quick service version of Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen. You can order the most amazing beignets, breakfast burritos, and breakfast sandwiches from their breakfast menu.
La Brea Bakery Express is at the edge of Downtown Disney close to the entrance of Disney California Adventure. From their breakfast menu you can grab items like a breakfast platter, brioche French toast, and assorted breakfast sandwiches as well a coffee.
Earl of Sandwich is a Downtown Disney favorite and they are open for breakfast! On their breakfast menu you will definitely find breakfast sandwiches, which I’m sure are amazing, but there is also a breakfast burrito and oatmeal!
Tortilla Jo’s is a fun restaurant to visit for breakfast at Disneyland! It is a table service location and it is recommended to have a reservation to dine here. On their breakfast menu you will find Huevos Rancheros, French toast, pancakes, and more!
Catal Restaurant is a relatively new restaurant in Downtown Disney, but luckily they are open for breakfast! Their breakfast menu consists of things like omelettes, pancakes, French toast, and muffins.
Disneyland Resort Hotels
Goofy’s Kitchen is a breakfast buffet where you will be greeted by characters while you enjoy your meal. The menu consists of things like Goofy’s Famous Peanut Butter Pizza and Mickey Mouse Waffles!
Paradise Pier Hotel
Disney’s PCH Grill is a character buffet set with a fun beach theme. Here you will enjoy things like a yogurt parfait bar, Minnie pancakes, and Grilled Peanut Butter and Banana with Chocolate-stuffed French Toast! Yum!
Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel
The Disney Princess Breakfast Adventure character breakfast is coming to Napa Rose on March 30th. While you dine on delicious food from the breakfast menu, you will be visited by a variety of princesses!
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