ANOTHER Character Dining Price Increase and Other Disney World Menu Changes From This Week

We’re creeping closer and closer to Halloween.

Spooky snack season is here!

Of course, we’ve been celebrating Halloween in Disney World since August, but we’re still finding new Halloween treats in the park (how about a spooky drink flight?). We’re also keeping an eye on Disney World restaurant menus, so here are all the changes we found this week!

Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Cape May Cafe

Minnie’s Beach Bash, a character dining experience, has returned to breakfast at Cape May Cafe, which means the cost of the buffet has now increased. The price was previously $25 per adult and $14 per child.

Goofy at Cape May Cafe breakfast

Now the buffet price is $45 per adult and $29 per child.

See photos and videos of character breakfast at Cape May Cafe

Disney Springs

Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop

You can now get a Non-Dairy Hot Fudge Sundae for $15.75 at Ghirardelli. It’s made with hot fudge, non-dairy chocolate chips and almond milk, over scoops of non-dairy Vanilla Coconut and finished with almond milk whipped topping, diced almonds, a cherry, and a 72% Dark Chocolate Square. You can also add Non-Dairy Hot Fudge as a topping for $1.50.


You can also now get some new coffee drinks:

  • ADDED: Mocha (Available Hot or Iced) for $5.50 for small, $5.95 for medium, and $6.75 for large
  • ADDED: White Mocha (Available Hot or Iced) for $5.50 for small, $5.95 for medium, and $6.75 for large

Read a recent review here!

Terralina Crafted Italian

There are some changes on the brunch menu at Terralina Crafted Italian:

  • Omelet has replaced the sun-dried tomato with tomato
  • ADDED: Poached Eggs — Potato Planks, sautéed Spinach, Garlic and Tomato-Olive Vinaigrette for $17
  • Bloody Mary has replaced the pickled green tomato with tomato


On all menus, the following has changed under Antipasti:

  • The Antipasti Tower no longer includes Grana Padano
  • Mussels no longer comes with baguette
  • Mozzarella-Stuffed Rice Balls increased from $15 to $16
  • Bruschetta increased from $13 to $14
  • Seasonal Soup increased from $8 to $9

Mozzarella-Stuffed Rice Balls

The following has changed under From The Garden:

  • Baby Greens – Half has increased from $7 to $8
  • Baby Greens – Full Order has increased from $11 to $12
  • Caesar — Half increased from $8 to $9
  • Caesar – Full Order increased from $12 to $13
  • Spinach with Beets increased from $14 to $15
  • Terralina Crafted Italian Salad increased from $16 to $17

Terralina Crafted Italian

Here’s what’s been updated under Wood-Fired Pizzas:

  • Margherita increased from $16 to $17
  • Terralina Penne Alfredo increased from $27 to $28
  • Rigatoni Calabrese increased from $26 to $27
  • Pork Gnocchi and Spaghetti Bolognese increased from $27 to $28
  • REMOVED: Wild Mushroom
  • ADDED: Seasonal Vegetable Penne — Toasted Garlic, Tomato Broth for $25

Rigatoni Calabrese from Terralina Crafted Italian

Here’s what changed under From The Grill:

  • Catch of the Day increased from $33 to $35
  • REMOVED: Pork Medallions
  • ADDED: Slow Braised Pork — Creamy Polenta, Natural Jus, Sweet Peppers for $32
  • ADDED: Grilled Salmon — Crispy Potato Planks, Garlic Spinach, Olive-truffle Tapenade for $33

Under Add-ons, the following changed:

  • Chicken increased from $9 to $10
  • Shrimp increased from $11 to $12
  • ADDED: Meatball for $4

Terralina Crafted Italian

Here’s what’s changed under Beer:

  • REMOVED: Truly Hard Seltzer
  • ADDED: High Noon for $9

The Kid’s menu has also seen some changes:

  • ADDED: Kid’s Spaghetti with Meatball for $9
  • Cheese Pizza increased from $8 to $10
  • Pepperoni Pizza increased from $10 to $11

Read our most recent review here!

Before you book those advance dining reservations for your Disney World trip, be sure to check restaurant menus first, especially if you’re looking for something specific or have dietary restrictions. These menus do change often. You can also check back here because we track all the updates and let you know about them!

When you’re ready to book those reservations, though, be sure to do it early, especially for character dining (which can be the hardest reservations to get). You can book as early as 60 days before the first day of your Disney World trip.

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