By Jennifer Stuart
If you are thinking about doing the Early Morning Magic event at Magic Kingdom and are wondering what the included breakfast looks like. We have all the details (and pictures) for you.
Early Morning Magic is a hard-ticketed event at Magic Kingdom. This is considered a dining experience, even though the reason that people will chose to participate in this experience is the early access to the Magic Kingdom rides in Fantasyland.
Breakfast for Early Morning Magic is currently being served at Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe in Tomorrowland (previously it had been served at Gaston's Tavern in Fantasyland). While it was busy, we certainly didn't wait for more than a few minutes and had no trouble finding a table.
There are two sections to the breakfast - a hot section that you pick up at the regular counter service ordering area and a cold item buffet that is set out to one side. Cast members are on hand to direct you to the different areas.
Hot items are standard Disney hot offerings. Choose from scrambled eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage and hash brown potatoes. Many plates were pre-made for the demand and being kept warm. This is also where you could pick up drinks of juice and bottled water.
Insider tip: we suggest getting juice and also a bottle of water to put in your bag for later.
Cold buffet items include a range of pastries such as cinnamon buns, danishes and apple turnovers. Fresh fruit (not pictured) included a variety of cut melon, pineapple and grapes.
Also available were plates of meats and cheese cubes. These were ham, salami and 3 different kinds of cheese cubes.
Coffee and Tea were available at a station near the cold food items.
During our time at breakfast we noticed that cast members were swapping out plates for fresh supplies as soon as they got low so that there was a constant supply of fresh buffet items even though we were eating closer to the end of breakfast service.
If you enjoyed this post you may enjoy some of our other Disney World or Disney Cruise posts.
All Photos by Jennifer Stuart
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