What’s on the new menu at Cape May Café at Disney World?
More and more establishments in Walt Disney World Resort are opening their doors to customers. Soon Cape May Café Disney will be joining these establishments in welcoming guests.
This New England-style Disney World restaurant is located at the Beach Club Resort, a hotel designed after the 19th-century cottages at Newport. It offers traditional, delicious family style buffet breakfasts and sumptuous clambake buffet dinners – two great ways to start and end a fun-filled day at one of the world’s biggest theme parks.
If your mouth is not watering yet, it will soon! Check out what Cape May Café has in store for you!
Breakfast at Cape May Café Disney
Being one of the largest theme parks in the world, Disney World has so many places for you to explore and countless amenities to enjoy. If you want to make the most out of your Disney vacation, you are going to need a lot of energy.
Eating a filling breakfast will fuel you for a day of fun-filled adventures. Breakfast at Cape May Café Disney will make it not just filling, but exciting experience!
Treat yourself and your family to the popular breakfast offerings at Cape May, like the Assorted House-Made Pastries. This includes the bestselling Lobster Tail, a layered, cream-filled crispy pasty treat, You can also enjoy the Croissant and the Mini Muffins filled with Butter, Jelly, and Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread.
If you are up for a breakfast platter, you can have your fill of Buttermilk Pancakes, Cage-free Scrambled Eggs, Breakfast Sausage, and Mickey Waffles. Other options are Bacon, the Brioche French Toast, Crispy Potato Barrels, and Beef Hash.
If you want a healthier Disney food version, you can get the plant based Multi Grain Croissant. You could also try some of the mixed fresh fruits and the yogurt parfaits.
Breakfast meals at Cape May Café Disney will only set you back $25 for adults and $14 per child, with the additional tax and gratuity.
Walt Disney World Dining at Cape May Café
A relaxing dinner at Cape May Café Disney is the perfect way to end a fun-filled day. Enjoy the Oceanside town feel of New England as you peruse the venue’s mouth-watering Disney dining plan.
Top off your day with the family-style feast consisting of the House-Made Parker Rolls and Corn Bread, Mac and Cheese, and the Seasonal Harvest Salad.
You can try the Turf Platter, which has the slow-roasted strip loin and lemon pepper chicken roasted in the oven. On the side are mashed potatoes and vegetables from the farmer’s market.
The Seafood Boil, on the other hand, offers a wide selection of fresh seafood, including freshly caught Camp May clams, peel-and-eat shrimps, and PEI mussels. Add some red bliss potatoes and corn to round out your plate.
If you have a hankering for crab, try the Alaskan Snow Crab Legs. Cape May Café offers a great deal at an additional cost of $29 per pound. You could also try the Whole Steamed Lobster for $35.
Of course, you can’t pass up on the Assorted House-Made Desserts.
Character dining will not be available on opening day to ensure the safety of each guest and cast member. Still, the reopening of the restaurant alone is already a big step towards the full Disney World dining experience. It won’t be long before things are back to normal.
Dinner at Cape May Café Disney has a price tag of $42 for adults and $25 for children, plus tax and tip. It is a bit pricier than breakfast, but you will get the same value for your money.
Lift Your Spirits with Beer or Wine
If you are up for a nightcap, Cape May Café got you covered. It offers beer, hard cider, and seltzers. You can also choose from an assortment of cocktails.
The price for alcoholic cocktails ranges from $11 to $15, while non-alcoholic cocktails or “mocktails” are sold at $5.49.
If you prefer wine, don’t worry, Camp May Café has them too. You can order by the glass or by the bottle to go with your dinner.
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