New Breakfast Offerings Coming to Magic Kingdom

If you’re like me and a firm believer that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, luckily delicious new quick-service breakfast offerings will be making their debut at Magic Kingdom in the coming weeks.

Hash Brown Dog Coming to Casey’s Corner at Magic Kingdom Park

Batter up! Casey’s Corner will be serving muffins, bagels and a croissant donut. Those searching for a more savory, brunch-like option will enjoy corn dog nuggets and the hash brown dog.

Also on Main Street U.S.A., Plaza Ice Cream Parlor will serve Mickey waffles, Kelloggs cereal and donuts. For a sweet twist on breakfast, try the donut sundae, a donut topped with your favorite flavor of hand-scooped Edy’s ice cream, hot fudge, apple, whipped cream, peanut butter chips, chocolate chips and of course, a cherry.

Sleepy Hollow has been a favorite breakfast stops for many guests. Quite a few guests love getting a hot, freshly-made waffle topped with strawberries and whipped cream and taking a moment to enjoy it in the seating area that overlooks Cinderella Castle. However, the new egg, ham and tomato waffle sandwich which will arrive later this month may become the new go-to. The fruit and chocolate-hazelnut waffle sandwich is also available, in case you prefer a sweet breakfast to a savory one.

Pizzafari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom to Discontinue Breakfast


Pizzafari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom will be discontinuing breakfast service on June 17th.

Pizzafari currently serves a bounty platter, breakfast burrito, and a breakfast croissant from park opening until 10:30 AM.

The discontinuation of breakfast service coincides with the opening of the nearby Starbucks at Creature Comforts, which also offers a range of breakfast sandwiches to eat on the go.

Pizzafari will continue to serve lunch and dinner as normal.

Guest to be able to Pre-Order Breakfast Menu Selections at Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest

If you have an ADR at Be Our Guest Restaurant for breakfast you will be able to pre-order your menu selections starting tomorrow, April 10th.

Guests will be able to pre-order menu items from 30 days out, until up to 5 minutes before the reservation time. The ordering is done through the My Disney Experience website or app under My Reservations. An email will be also sent out at the time of placing the reservation with more information on the pre-order process.

As with lunch, guests are not required to use the pre-order system, as selections can be made at kiosks inside the restaurant upon arrival. If you do make selections, they can also be modified once inside the restaurant.